• Yami Gautam Ganesh Chaturthi Bollywood Gives Lord Ganesha A Fashionable Welcome!

    Along with Ganpati this year, came in some of the best from Bollywood’s festive closet. Here’s some inspiration you can take from our stars for the upcoming festivities.

    1. Kareena Kapoor

    Kareena Kapoor Khan Ganesh Chaturthi

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    Kareena Kapoor Khan was a scintillating sight at Antilia clad in a brocade Raw Mango ensemble. She paired her yellow silk kurta and skirt with a striking pink dupatta. She accessorized with a potli bag and gold juttis.

    2. Karisma Kapoor

    Karisma Kapoor Ganesh Chaturthi

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    Wearing an embroidered yellow Manish Malhotra outfit, Karisma Kapoor was seen twinning with her sister. A yellow tasseled dupatta, white juttis and a pair of gorgeous earrings finished her look for the day.

    3. Malaika Arora Khan

    Malaika Arora Khan Ganesh Chaturthi

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    Always acing the style game, Malaika Arora Khan donned a pastel green gharara with silver print. She kept her look simple and accessories with oxidized jewellery and let her outfit do the talking.

    4. Gauri and Shah Rukh Khan

    Shahrukh and Gauri Khan Ganesh Chaturthi

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    Gauri and Shah Rukh Khan wore complementing white outfits for the Ambani Ganesh Chaturthi bash. While Shahrukh wore a plain white pathani suit, Gauri Khan was in a subdued peach and white Manish Malhotra chikankari anarkali suit. The power couple looked as endearing as ever together!

    5. Yami Gautam

    Yami Gautam Ganesh Chaturthi

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    Adorned in a simple yet heavenly powdered blue Anita Dongre outfit, Yami Gautam was quite the elegant beauty that she is in her alluring attire. With a pair of statement jhumkas, Yami kept her ensemble uncomplicated yet effortlessly beautiful.

    6. Madhuri Dixit and Dr. Sriram Nene

    Madhuri Dixit and Sriram Nene Ganesh Chaturthi

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    The evergreen Bollywood heartthrob Madhuri Dixit Nene entered the Ambani residence with her husband Sriram Nene. She was quite a vision in a blue Anita Dongre sari with an embellished silver blouse and matching earrings. Her husband Dr. Sriram Nene was quite the dapper too in an all white kurta set and a bandhgala Nehru jacket.

    7. Karan Johar

    Karan Johar Ganesh Chaturthi

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    Decked in a copper and black ethnic outfit, Karan Johar was paparazzi ready with his side smirk and style that slays. He had his signature over the top, studded black shoes shoes for company.

  • 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.




  • 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.