• Marc Jacobs NYFW SS19 The Best Of New York Fashion Week SS19

    As the season’s International Fashion Weeks set the trend charts in a frenzy, we bring to you a rundown of trends that will be taking over the fashion world.

    1. Sunny Side Up

    Yellow NYFW SS19

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    Giving the New York Fashion Week Runway a splash of sunshine was what seems to be ‘The Colour’ for SS19. Shining in all its glory was a rich yellow all set to brighten up your day, and outfits.

    2. Well – Plaid

    Plaid NYFW SS19

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    Making yet another comeback, or should we say, retaining their position on the trend charts are yet again, plaids. A print that is associated with fall, this one has made its way into SS19 too and how!

    3. Binge On Fringe

    Tom Ford NYFW SS19

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    Perfectly playful and filling you with a feeling of joy, fringes are the talk of the town. Spotted on the NYFW runway for Tom Ford and Longchamp, the fringed outfits added the perfect amount of drama and movement to the ramp.

    4. Feather Away

    Marc Jacobs NYFW SS19

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    Marc Jacobs marched on the runway with his collection of pastels and exaggerated silhouettes clad in marabou feathers. Feathers are a sure shot way to get the crowd talking as you waltz like a whimsical dream.

    5. Blooming on the Ramp

    Carolina Herrera NYFW SS19

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    Another common element that ‘bloomed’ on the New York runway was floral. Motifs, embroideries, 3D embellishments, flowers were all over the ramp. Florals were seen at the likes of Carolina Herrera, Rodarte, Anna Sui, in their varied versions.

    6. Ready For Red

    Ruby Fang NYFW SS19

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    A luscious addition to the SS19 collections was the colour red. Spotted on the runway in various styles by Ruby Fang, the pop of bold red was a welcome change on the ramp which was dominated by pastels.

  • Feathers Fabric Decoding ‘The Ornate Saga’: Festive Fabrics Galore!

    A bustling home, decorations and preparations in full swing, the tempting whiff of sweets and all sorts of mouth watering delicacies, and of course, the shopping frenzy! Summing up your festive closet and decoding our festive collection, ‘The Ornate Saga’, we bring to you, some of the jewels of our store!

    1. Embroidery- A Stitch In Time

    Embroidery Fabric

    Embroidered fabrics are all the rage this year and season. It is one trend that has gained immense global popularity. It is a time-honoured craft that has a story in every stitch. One of the hottest wedding trends these days is embroidery on bridal lehengas narrating the couple’s story.

    2. Shine Bright Like A Diamond

    Swarovski Embellished Fabric

    Waltz like a midnight dream in an outfit made of this gorgeous fabric adorned with Swaroski. Run into that escapade of shimmering lights as you make a red carpet worthy entrance in an attire that looks like stars cascading across the dark night sky.

    3. Weather Of The Feather

    Feathers Fabric

    Feathers bring a certain amount of glamour to your outfit and a smart amount can make you look ready for celebration. Imagine dancing in an outfit made of this fabric. Every move of yours making the feathers sway in glee!

    4. Bestow Beads

    Beads Fabric

    Giving the classic sheer fabric a runway worthy transformation, are bead embellishments. Beads are the ideal addition for the perfect ‘slightly extra’ detail your ensemble needs. They give the fabric a certain depth that looks stunning ‘in action’.

    5. Zari – Strings of Gold

    Zari Fabric

    Zari is a reflection of our rich culture and heritage. It prospered in the Mughal Era and was associated with the royalty. Exude elegance as you glide in an ornate zari outfit. Even if you want to keep it simple yet glorious, you can go for a sheer dupatta with detailed zari embroidery.

    6. A Sequin Sequence

    Sequins Fabric

    A dash of shimmering sequins is just what you need to stick to that simple yet stunning look. Turn heads as you shine over all, quite literally. Go for a sequined fabric and let that festive glow spread!

  • Prateik Babbar Lakme Fashion Week 2018 Lakmé Fashion Week 2018: To Men That Ruled The Show!

    This year’s Lakmé Fashion Week had all eyes on the stereotypes the men of the silver screen men broke in fashion. Presenting a run-through of looks from the runway that created a stir.

    1. Prateik Babbar in Sohaya Misra

    Prateik Babbar Lakme Fashion Week 2018

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    Prateik Babbar stole the show in his asymmetrical kimono jacket paired with grey trousers and a wraparound skirt. Sporting the ‘Drag Queen’ look with a flawless effortlessness, he strutted in style for Sohaya Misra’s label Chola.

    2. Shahid Kapoor in Amit Aggarwal

    Shahid Kapoor Lakme Fashion Week 2018

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    The sensational Shahid Kapoor closed the show for designer Amit Aggarwal at Lakmé Fashion Week 2018 in a structured black outfit complete with glitter embellishments.

    3. Gurmeet Choudhary in Soumodeep Dutta

    Gurmeet Choudhary Lakme Fashion Week 2018

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    Heartthrob Gurmeet Choudhary strutted effortlessly in a bias closure black/grey kurta and dhoti for Soumodeep Dutta. His collection ‘Aalo’ was inspired by the lotus and life in Buddhism.

    4. Rahul Bose in Rajesh Pratap Singh

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    Weaving brocade and chanderi into plant based fibre Tencel, designer Rajesh Pratap Singh played with Indian ethnic silhouettes. The debonair Rahul Bose turned showstopper for Rajesh Pratap at Lakmé Fashion Week 2018.

    5. Varun Dhawan in Kunal Rawal

    Varun Dhawan Lakme Fashion Week 2018

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    In Kunal Rawal’s mock layering traditional outfit, Varun Dhawan radiated pink vibes for Men’s fashion. With a black waistcoat and asymmetrical buttonless sherwani, Varun serves Kunal’s ‘Perspective’ collection to the audience with a little Cirque Du Soleil face art to accessorize.

    6. Angad Bedi in Payal Singhal

    Angad Bedi Lakme Fashion Week 2018

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    Angad Bedi was on fire in Payal Singhal’s sherwani oozing royal vibes. His soon-to-be mother wife Neha Dhupia was his arm candy. The beige base and its exquisite embellishments, perfectly complement the soft teal kurta.

    7. Sonu Sood in Siddhesh Chauhan

    Sonu Sood Lakme Fashion Week 2018

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    Decked in an asymmetrical bandhgala, Sonu Sood wore a Siddhesh Chauhan creation from his Samurai-inspired collection. The sword in his hand made him look like a complete warrior on the Lakmé Fashion Week 2018 ramp.




  • Rhea Chakraborty LFW '18 Lakmé Fashion Week 2018: Setting The Ramp Ablaze With Glam!

    The elaborate lounge like stage area was graced by some of the most stellar names this year at Lakmé Fashion Week. Here is a recap of all that was fabulous on the ramp.

    1. Rhea Chakraborty in Urvashi Joneja

    Rhea Chakraborty Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    Rhea Chakraborty’s black and gold gown emblazoned with a golden bird perfectly relayed the concept of breaking free as she walked on the ramp as the showstopper for Urvashi Joneja.

    2. Aahana Kumra in Shweta Kapur

    Aahana Kumra Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    A perfect amalgam of soft silhouettes and austere colours Shweta Kapur’s Collection 12 threw major layering inspirations. Actress Aahana Kumra looked endearing as ever as Shweta’s muse.

    3. Sushmita Sen in Sunita Shankar

    Sushmita Sen Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    Sushmita Sen stupefied the room as she strode in an unconventional jumpsuit draped saree with a reversible harlequin pallu. As the showstopper for Sunita Shanker, Sushmita carried the fusion like no other.

    4. Janhvi Kapoor in Nachiket Barve

    Janhvi Kapoor Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    Decked in a Nachiket Barve creation, Janhvi Kapoor made her runway debut at Lakmé Fashion Week this year. The multi-hued lehenga with intricate floral embroidery was paired with a pink dupatta.

    5. Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi in Payal Singhal

    Neha Dhupia Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    Soon-to-be mother Neha Dhupia showed off her baby bump as she walked alongside husband Angad Bedi in a floral printed beige peplum top over a lehenga skirt. The couple turned showstoppers for designer Payal Singhal and looked ravishing in their matching attires.

    6. Saiyami Kher in Vineet Rahul

    Saiyami Kher Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    Vineet Rahul’s collection ‘Chandni Raat’ had dramatic layers of chanderi with ornate hand embroidered surfaces. Bollywood diva Saiyami Kher gracefully glided in a white embroidered lehenga and grey choli accompanied by an embellished dupatta.

    7. Malaika Arora Khan in Anushree Reddy

    Malaika Arora Khan Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    Donning a gilded lime green lehenga with a tulle dupatta, Malaika Arora Khan walked for designer Anushree Reddy at Lakmé Fashion Week 2018 . She glorified the ramp looking like an absolute vision.

    8. Kangana Ranaut in Pankaj and Nidhi

    Kangana Ranaut Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    The enthralling Kangana Ranaut dazzled in blue sleeveless gown with shimmering florals for Pankaj and Nidhi. Her prominent blue eyeliner perfectly complemented her outfit.

    9. Jacqueline Fernandez in Ashish Soni

    Jacqueline Fernandez Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    Jacqueline Fernandez flaunted a retro hairdo to accompany her avant-garde one shoulder tunic. She fabulously waltzed on the ramp for designer Ashish N Soni.

    10. Bipasha Basu in Ruceru

    Bipasha Basu Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    Ruceru’s collection at Lakmé Fashion Week 2018 was inspired by Rabindranath Tagore’s timeless dance drama ‘Chitrangada’. Bipasha Basu looked the perfect Bengali beauty that she is in the structured A-line silver skirt and red blouse, complete with a sequined red cape.

    11. Kareena Kapoor Khan in Monisha Jaising

    Kareena Kapoor Khan Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    The ever stunning Kareena Kapoor Khan wrapped up LFW18 in a holographic outfit. She was the showstopper for Monisha Jaising’s collection ‘Shades Of A Diva’.

    12. Aditi Rao Hydari in Jayanti Reddy

    Aditi Rao Hydari Lakme Fashion Week '18

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    Aditi Rao Hydari was back on the ramp after India Couture Week for designer Jayanti Reddy. She looked utterly impeccable in a dusty pink outfit with silver embroidery.

  • Varun Dhawan Short Kurta Embrace The Kurta This Festive Season!

    Monsoon is on its way out and autumn is in the air, obviously the festive season is not too far! As we get busy jotting down lists of the gifts to be shared and sweets to be savoured,  everyday is akin to a celebration of sorts – of new beginnings, infinite happiness and most importantly deciding what to wear.

    Perhaps, the kurta is the garment of the moment which needs to share its space under the sun as it is amongst the most under-evaluated in Indian fashion particularly when it comes to men’s wear. The best part about this comfortable attire is that it is completely traditional and yet can be styled according to the occasion and according to the preference of the wearer. Amongst its myriad avatars, the following are easily the favourite.

    1. Long Kurta

    Ranbir Kapoor Long Kurta

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    For men, Long kurta designs have gone beyond classic combinations of colors and patterns which were popular in the past. This means that there are now many more interesting choices available for various occasions. For instance cream, beige and white were the classic men’s kurta colors for many years, but today bolder hues like red, maroon, green, pink, blue and yellow are also seen.

    2. Short Kurta

    Varun Dhawan Short Kurta

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    If one feels like going casual yet ethnic, short kurtas are easily your best bet. The transition from a boy to man doesn’t only comes by growing facial hair but how one starts dressing. Short kurtas can be paired with denims, trousers, harem pants, slim pyjamas or even dhoti pants teamed with leather sandals or shoes, kolhapuris or even casual sneakers.

    3. Kurta Shirts

    Siddharth Malhotra Kurta Shirt

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    As the new age working culture inspires utmost comfort while working, be it with flexible working hours or suitable dressing options, kurta shirts are ideal for a casual Friday meeting or a luncheon meeting with the client. Kurta shirts can be worn during office hours or post office hours. They can be paired with denims, or trousers or sleek pyjamas pants and look best with juttis or smart Roman sandals. For that extra touch, pair it with a blazer that pops.

    4. Pathani Kurta

    Akshay Kumar Pathani Kurta

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    Looking forward to an evening function with friends and family and cannot decide what to wear? Pathani kurta is a safe yet stylish choice, when it comes to formal dos, festivals or other celebrations. Earlier, Pathani kurtas were restricted to shades of white, grey and brown but modern men are experimenting with bright and vibrant colors like yellow, pink, orange etc. Pathani kurtas look good with chudidars, salwars or jodhpuri pants and accessorised with leather sandals or kolhapuris.

    5. Mukatsari Kurta

    Diljit Dosanjh Muktsari KurtaImage Source: Diljit Dosanjh

    The customary Punjabi kurta is wide and tumbles to the knees and is cut straight. The cutting edge rendition of the provincial kurta is the Mukatsari Kurta, which originates from Muktsar, Punjab. Mukatsari Kurta is popular for its thin fitting cuts and shrewd fit plans. It can be combined with fitted pants and leather shoes.

    6. Afghani Kurta

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    This Pashtun dress of Afghanistan is ordinarily fashioned using light coloured fabrics. Afghani kurta is worn mostly with the tunban, a baggy garment which allows easy movement. A few versions of the tunban have the abundant folds assembled into plaits underneath the knees towards the ankle and the rest falls beside freely in loops. If you’re aiming to take ‘different’ all the way, you can combine Afghai Kurta with an array of headgears like Mazari hat, karakul hat sindhi cap or pakul.

    7. Bandhgala

    Ranveer Singh BandhgalaImage Source: Ranveer Singh

    An emerge style in each man’s closet; a bandhgala never fails to leave an impression. All things considered, there is a reason behind why it is known as a ‘Prince’ kurta. The weaved and printed bandhgalas in customary hues, substantial finishing and rich textures like crude silk and brocade are all the rage this season. Keep the cut straight for that ethnic yet contemporary look. Consolidate this wedding wear with dhotis, fitted churidars or Jodhpuri pants.

    8. Achkan

    Anil Kapoor AchkanImage Source: Anil Kapoor

    Taking inspiration from the Mughal era, achkans have dependably been giving men the chance to make an entrance. The sharp and great achkan overflows sovereignty in each conceivable way, and is perfect to up your style quotient as well. To improve and upgrade the look, you can choose fabrics like brocade silk or velvet in bright colours.

  • Deepika Padukone Cannes 2018 Ultra-Violet: Bollywood Wearing The Pantone Colour Of The Year

    We’ve established that 2018 is all about the bold and the beautiful. According to the Pantone Colour Institute, Ultra Violet will be the ruling hue this year. Pantone describes this particular purple shade as “dramatically provocative and thoughtful” and further explains that “Purples have also long been symbolic of counterculture, unconventionality”.

    Violet is a dynamic colour imposed by the contrasts of cultures that it emanates. Numerous celebrities have already come a little ahead of this trend by implementing it in their outfits. If words such as futuristic, witty, original describe your sense of style, this is the colour for you. Incorporating this colour in multiple facets of fashion is a cakewalk. It has the ability to look fabulous on shoes, on blazers, on vests, on bags, on dress pants, on skirts, accessories and make-up. Some celebrities have made this colour a symbol of protests for feminism and have been joined by several fashion lovers. Contrasted well, this colour can do wonders.

    1. Aishwarya Rai

    Aishwarya Rai Cannes 2018 Ultraviolet

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    Aishwarya Rai was spotted in a multi tone ultraviolet embellished gown with a long trail that took all the limelight at Cannes this year.

    2. Sonam Kapoor

    Sonam Kapoor Lavender Kurta

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    Spotted in a lavender kurta teamed with a pair of cropped palazzo, Sonam Kapoor is setting comfortable fashion goals!

    3. Kareena Kapoor Khan

    Kareena Kapoor

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    Bebo knows how to make a statement. The way she carried off this look so flawlessly, leaves us in awe. The sequin blouse – cum – jacket with a slit in perfectly complements the dual toned ombré lehenga.

    4. Shraddha Kapoor

    Shraddha Kapoor Akash Ambani Wedding

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    Shraddha Kapoor stole the show at Akash and Shloka’s engagement in her lilac silk thread and sequined lehenga.

    5. Priyanka Chopra

    Priyanka Chopra Purple

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    Don’t we all love those asymmetrical cotton dresses perfect for summer brunches. Pair them with a dollop of contrasting accessories and you’re good to go!

    6. Hritik Roshan

    Hritik Roshan Purple Suit

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    Experimenting with tones of violet is key. Especially when it comes to men’s wear, it is a risk worth taking. We can take inspiration from Hritik Roshan’s casual yet sophisticated look here.

    7. Amitabh Bachchan

    Amitabh Bachchan Violet

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    Has Amitabh Bachchan ever failed to impress? Looking debonair in this UV set, he is re-establishing the age old phrase that old is indeed gold.

    8. Ranveer Singh

    Ranveer Singh Violet Velvet

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    Is there anything Ranveer Singh can’t carry? Effortlessly pulling off this crazy velvet suit is something only he can do unabashedly!

    9. Deepika Padukone

    Deepika Padukone Cannes 2018

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    One of the many astonishingly amazing looks of Deepika Padukone from Cannes 2018 was this flared violet Pant Suit she carried for one of the promotional events of L’oréal cosmetics.

    10. Aditi Rao Hydari

    Aditi Rao Hydari Purple

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    Inspired by Jaipur architecture, this sheer Indo-western outfit with embroidered geometric print pants is perfect for those fancy family functions.


  • India Couture Week 2018: Blooming On The Ramp!

    The Indian Couture Week ended with a bang on Sunday. With Bollywood A-Listers turning up to support designers, it was a 4-day breathtaking celebration.

    Continuing with the recap, here is a rundown of what Day 3 and 4 looked like.

    1. Taking bridal lehengas up a notch, Reynu Taandon had the gorgeous Yami Gautam as her showstopper decked in a pastel lehenga with delicate floral embroidery.

    Yami Gautam ICW18

    2. Sensual necklines, trendy designs and jewel tones dominated Shyamal and Bhumika’s collection. Dressed in a seafoam green lehenga, Kiara Advani made her debut on the ramp as their showstopper.

    Kiara Advani ICW18

    3. Amit Agarwal’s debut ICW collection was inspired by the formation of crystals in nature. Set in the future, his silhouettes stole the show.

    Amit Aggarwal ICW18

    4. Titled ‘Naintara’, Suneet Verma’s collection was ruled by mirrors and floral saris. This mirrored choli will be topping every girl’s wedding wishlist.

    5. Rahul Mishra’s designs graced the ramp, enveloped in a green garden. With an elaborate colour palette and embroidery inspired by Mughal architecture, Mishra’s collection

    Rahul Mishra ICW18

    6. With his avant-garde looks and crystal embellishments, Amit Agarwal had the startling Shilpa Shetty walking the ramp as the showstopper.

    Shilpa Shetty ICW18

    7. Rohit Bal’s ‘Guldastah’ was inspired from the beauty of Gulmarg, Kashmir. Vibrant florals, flowing anarkalis concluded ICW 2018 in style!

    Stay tuned for our fashion inspired articles!

  • All That Glitters Is India Couture Week 2018!

    It is that time of the year again. The 11th edition of the Indian Couture Week kicks off bigger than ever! The first two days saw celebrities like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Aditi Rao Hydari and Kangana Ranaut walking for some of the best in the industry.

    Here is a recap of all outfits you should go fabric sourcing for:

    1. Is it possible for the Kareena Kapoor Khan to strut into a space and not manage to steal all the limelight?

    She dazzles in a gold Falguni and Shane Peacock outfit with an equally coruscating wispy feather dupatta.

    Kareena Kapoor ICW18 Falgun and Shane Peacock

    2. Aditi Rao Hydari was the showstopper for Tarun Tahiliani. Decked in a pink Swaroski lehenga, she was a sight to behold.

    Aditi Rao ICW18 Tarun Tahiliani

    3. In an outfit like that of a Victorian Queen, Kangana Ranaut looked ethereal as the showstopper for Anju Modi.

    Kangana Ranaut ICW18 Anju Modi

    4. Let this mint green number by Anju Modi give you blouse inspiration for your big day.

    Anju Modi ICW2018

    5. It was raining feathers and crystals as Falguni and Shane Peacock’s collection was showcased. Heavily embellished outfits in their signature tones graced the ramp.

    Falguni and Shane Peacock ICW18

    6. Hand embroidered muted undertones in archetypal Tarun Tahiliani style were unveiled in his Bridal Couture and Occasion Wear Collection ‘In Elysium’.

    Tarun Tahiliani ICW18

    7. Channelling brilliant sheen in this pleated skirt along with the cut work floral blouse, she looks like a sweet dream in this Pallavi Jaikishan outfit.

    ….Stay tuned for the download on the next two days of ICW and visit KC creations to find couture week inspired clothing.

  • These Indian Celebrities Are Slaying At The IIFA 2018 in Bangkok!

    Every year, celebrities and other members of Bollywood come out in scores to showcase fashion and their personalised style with grace and oodles of panache at this glamorous event. We see a bevy of beautifully turned out individuals that give us #FashionGoals for months after the award show has come to a close.

    Here is our list of the Best Dressed celebrities at the IIFA this year. 

    1. Kriti Sanon

    Kriti Sanon came shimmering her way through the Green Carpet on the last night of IIFA Award 2018. She wore a beautiful Mark Bumgarner gown styled with a pair of silver hoops and we definitely love how she complemented the look with a dewy sheen and soft pink lips.

    2. Shraddha Kapoor

    Shraddha Kapoor opted for a Reem Acra, midnight blue gown from the designer’s Fall’18 collection. It features a sheer neckline with embellishments all over it. She paired her look with smokey eyes, neutral makeup and side-parted wavy hairdo.

    3. Ayushmann Khurrana

    Ayushmann dressed sharp for IIFA in a Three-Piece Suit and Shirt by Rohit and Rahul Khanna. His striped tie from The Tie Hub brought the look together handsomely. Carrying off that light hue isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. 

    4. Kartik Aaryan

    We just can’t take our eyes off from how hot the Punchnama Boy looked. He chose a classic double-breasted Emporio Armani suit and paired it with Jimmy Choo shoes, both ideal for the soiree. The best part of his look was the way he carried a bow-tie though, in the most charming fashion.

    5. Urvashi Rautela

    Urvashi Rautela wore an 80 kgs beautiful gown by Archana Kochhar. The gold and ivory gown was paired with a pair of stone earrings and side parted hair. Come on, we all want a princess gown like this. 

    6. Konkona Sen Sharma

    But of course, it wasn’t all dazzle and glitter on the green carpet. We can always count on Konkona to bring some subtle elegance to the event. She wore a green Payal Khandwala outfit and managed to look graceful in all her glory.

    7. Dia Mirza

    Dia Mirza was seen in a custom pastel blue gown with a thigh-baring slit by Koesch. She completed her look with a bold red lipstick. The power hue along with the delicate embroidery has left us all spellbound. 

    8. Ranbir Kapoor

    Dressed in a 3 piece suit by Tom Ford, Ranbir looked nothing short of perfect when he entered this event. Everything about his look, from the pocket square to his Italian-made O’keeffe shoes, was so on point.

    9. Nushrat Bharucha

    She is another one who is constantly dressing to impress. In her very statuesque Amato Couture gown, she waltzed in, brimming with confidence and that oh-so-sweet smile! 

    10. Varun Dhawan

    Last but not the least, Varun Dhawan was styled by Kunal Rawal and he sported a monochrome shirt with a window-pane checkered black jacket. He paired this look with glossy shoes and posed in style. 

  • Celebrity Approved Styles & Fabrics That Are Trending This Season!

    We take inspiration from our favorite stars very seriously and with all the weddings happening in tinsel town, there’s even more unique fashion we have witnessed. Now, coming back to HOW you can echo the same styles, we’ll tell you!

    Just walk into KC Creations and get fabrics that’ll help you take your style level up keeping in sync with the Trending Fashion.

    1. Monotone Mania

    Sonam Kapoor

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    Make a statement with the one colour look head-to-toe. Monotone is a chic and understated look that says so much within its simplicity. Sonam Kapoor gives us major inspiration in this monotone bright blue number with gorgeous mirror work all over. Imagine the same in ivories, pinks and yellows. Truly amazing.

    2. Winner Whites

    Priyanka Chopra

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    This summer season we’ve seen all the B-town queens flaunting splendid white sarees which has increased our admiration for this colour. Even leading designers this time have stamped their approval on this peaceful hue. Investing in them fabrics in cottons, silks and other fancy materials seems like the right thing to do.

    3. Flower Power

    Alia Bhatt

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    Summer wouldn’t be summer without a sea of florals and pretty dresses – and this season doesn’t disappoint. Florals are the safest bet and one can never go wrong with it. Think of fancy floral embroideries, floral prints, floral textures, floral patterns. big floral, small floral everything floral basically.  

    4. Layer Player

    Anushka Sharma

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    Layers are no longer limited to winters and have paved their way into the latest summer trends. Get creative by pairing a dress with a top or a dress with a pair of pants to look chic and create your original fashion!

    5. Pastel Hue Wonders

    Neha Dhupia

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    Ice-cream colour pastel hues are the sweetest trend this summer and a softer approach to fabric colour picks. This pale hue is melodic with a range of romantic shades popping up at nearly every runway show and it perfectly matches with the pleasant vibe of the spring-summer season.

    6. Print On print

    Kangana Ranaut

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    This latest print pairing is an overload of patterns and geometrics. Mix-and-match the florals against polka dots or pair patterned knits from head-to-toe to make a statement with this bold pattern play. 

    7. Sheer

    Deepika Padukone

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    Sheer, skin revealing fabrics which leave little to the imagination with sophisticated cuts are in the spotlight now more than ever. Here to make our hot summers even more hotter, Sheer outfits are a daring option which can be used as sartorial inspirations for tops, gowns or skirts.