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Heels get an interesting twist

Heels get an interesting twist

- by Agencies

Heels are dated back to the 10th Century in Iran, where the Persian soldiers would wear heels while they were riding horseback, as they helped keep their feet secure in the stirrups. From this era, heels evolved in terms of their shape and image and had a whole new purpose to them. Cut to today’s time where heels have gotten such an interesting twist, Structured heels are the talk of the town and are ruling the runway. They can simply elevate a simple design and give it that modern look. It is inspiring to see fashion evolve each day and how the trends are so out of the box.

Breakout Star: How a Delhi boy wowed Milan

Breakout Star: How a Delhi boy wowed Milan

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Among a slew of Indian faces that walked the ramp at Milan and Paris Fashion Week earlier this year was a boy from Delhi, who took to the global ramp by storm. 24-year-old Saurabh Chaudhary walked the ramp for Dolce & Gabbana and Giorgio Armani and realised his dream of strutting on the International runway. In an exclusive fashion shoot with us, he shares his journey and experience. Saurabh began his modelling career in the year 2017 and started off his journey with a Delhi-based agency that promotes diverse faces in fashion. During his initial days in modelling, he would go for casting in Delhi and got a chance to work with some prominent names in fashion. Chaudhary also had that desire to see himself walk for International designers and make it to Paris and Milan. He soon changed his modelling agency and through his mother agency Inega, he was placed with PRM, a London-based agency.

Would you buy these extra destroyed Balenciaga sneakers for 1.42 lakhs?

Would you buy these extra destroyed Balenciaga sneakers for 1.42 lakhs?

- by Agencies

The latest sneakers collection launch of Balenciaga includes 100 pairs of limited edition sneakers which are extra destroyed. These sneakers which look worn out, to say the least, are selling online in Europe, with the United States and Middle East stores following suit on May 16, and Japan on May 23. According to the brand, these sneakers are a retooled classic design that interprets mid-century athleticism and timeless casual wear in black, white, or red, with a white rubber sole and toe with distressed canvas and rough edges, affecting a pre-worn look.

Years before Natasha Poonawalla's Met Gala look created a stir, Suneet Varma was the first to do a metal bustier and sari combo

Years before Natasha Poonawalla's Met Gala look created a stir, Suneet Varma was the first to do a metal bustier and sari combo

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The whole world sat and took notice of Natasha Poonawalla making an iconic entrance at this year's Met Gala in a custom-made Sabyasachi sari teamed with a metallic bustier from Schiaparelli. Natasha's look was styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania and she undoubtedly did a fabulous job of adhering to the Met Gala's 'Gilded Glamour' theme. But for all those of us who thought that pairing a metallic bustier with a sari was hot off the fire, Celebrated Indian couturier Suneet Varma was the first one to do a metal bustier and sari combo exactly 30 years ago!

Most stylish men spotted at Met Gala 2022

Most stylish men spotted at Met Gala 2022

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This year's Met Gala was a hit. While the ladies showed off their style prowess following the gilded glamour theme, there were a few men who really pushed the fashion boundaries and tried to experiment rather than keeping it mundane in boring tuxedos. Take a look at the most stylish men seen at Met Gala 2022.

Met Gala brings in a record $17.4 million, the museum says

Met Gala brings in a record $17.4 million, the museum says

- by Associated Press

All that “gilded glamour” brought in some real gold. This year’s Met Gala earned a record $17.4 million, museum officials said Tuesday. The annual gala is a fundraiser for the self-funding Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The money pays for operating the institute and putting on annual blockbuster exhibits like the current “In America: An Anthology of Fashion” which was launched at the gala Monday night and opens to the public on May 7. That exhibit is part of a broader two-part exhibit exploring the roots of American fashion.

Kim Kardashian wears Marilyn Monroe gown as Met Gala celebrates American fashion

Kim Kardashian wears Marilyn Monroe gown as Met Gala celebrates American fashion

- by Reuters

Musician Lizzo wore a black dress with a gold-embroidered jacket and carried a gold flute that she played briefly on the red carpet. Billie Eilish appeared in a light green Gucci gown that she said was made with existing materials to be eco-friendly. As usual, many celebrities seemed to ignore the night's theme. Model Gigi Hadid wore a red corseted jumpsuit with a large puffy coat. Singer Gwen Stefani stood out in a full-skirted neon-yellow gown.

Shakila Thebe’s  “The Open Workshop” for Fashion Students and Professionals

Shakila Thebe’s  “The Open Workshop” for Fashion Students and Professionals

- by Republica

London-based designer, Shakila Thebe, who recently post-graduated MA from Central Saint Martins and studied BA at London College of Fashion(2017) has organized a one-day free workshop called “The Open Workshop”  with a fellowship of her collaborate and promoter Nawal Rai from Parcha Productions at Botanist, Kathmandu on 1st May. The workshop conducted was 6 hours long, from 10 am to 3 pm. The workshop with small funding fees was designed to bring all the fashion students as well as professionals to partake and participate in one space so as to obtain some insights, and knowledge and to equally share their own creative ideas. Shakila relaunched her brand through the CSM MA collection amid the lockdown in 2022.  Shakila calls her seminal collection “Disrupted Immigrant” because she considers it to be a visual celebration of a dislocated immigrant, focusing on the juxtaposition between pre-existing clothes and the ephemeral nature of diaspora identities.

From Chitrangda to Vaani Kapoor: Bollywood beauties show supremacy on Day 2 of Bombay Times Fashion Week 2022

From Chitrangda to Vaani Kapoor: Bollywood beauties show supremacy on Day 2 of Bombay Times Fashion Week 2022

- by Agencies

Day 2 of Mumbai's biggest fashion extravaganza, the Bombay Times Fashion Week turned out to be one star-studded affair. While participating designers left us impressed with their remarkable collections, B-Town beauties took over the ramp. Here are some of the highlights of Day 2 of the fashion showcase. JD Institute of Technology presented 'The White Sun', a collection inspired by summer and rain. Fresh, simple, and stylish, the versatile silhouettes made their way down the runway in elegant earthy hues and tones of white.

Celebrating the trade relation between Nepal and United Kingdom

Celebrating the trade relation between Nepal and United Kingdom

- by Republica

Sashi Incorporation and Investment Pvt Ltd organized an event to celebrate the trade relationship between Nepal and United Kingdom on Tuesday. Sashi Incorporation and Investment Pvt Ltd has launched the official store of the brand ‘The body shop’ at Durbar Marg.

Gautam Dhimal’s ‘Himalayan Fashion Adventure’ launched

Gautam Dhimal’s ‘Himalayan Fashion Adventure’ launched

- by Republica

A photo book ‘Himalayan Fashion Adventure’ by photographer Gautam Dhimal was launched in Kathmandu. Along with that, a photo exhibition of the same kicked off on 18 February in Location Nepal, Mandikhatar that will continue till 24 February.