Bips In Booties!


Ms Bipasha is already way ahead of the trend in place (Read: Booties are IN!!), rocking in a pair of booties while attending the Vogue-Olay brunch.


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And if you are wondering how to find one for yourself, here are some options for y’all to rock this fall! Go ahead..feast your eyes and pamper your feet!


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Blue Velvet


Wow.. Everywhere I look.. all I see… gentlemen wearing velvet blazers!

Velvet is a good choice..but someone please tell these men to stay away from these funky colors and designs! What happened to the good old black velvet blazer?


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P.S. I am convinced Karan Johar practices his poses in front of a mirror!

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The Olay-Vogue Brunch



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That’s Preity Zinta looking mighty fine at the Olay-Vogue Brunch at Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur, carrying a beautiful, droolworthy Hermes Birkin bag in an absolutely gorgeous shade of green! Pardon the cliche, but am envious… ‘green’ with envy, what else?!! (Ok, so her bangs are annoying but she’s carrying a bag in such a delectable color… am blind to everything else!)


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And then there were three. Rahul Khanna, Gauri Khan and an unidentified lady in the middle. Gauri Khan looks totally washed out but it’s the lady in the middle that caught our attention for all reasons ‘bag’. You see what she’s carrying…? That’s a Bottega Veneta tote and we love.


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Bag heaven.

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Manish Arora’s Technicolor World



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Manish Arora’s collection: An absolute riot of colors. Kitschy. Pop influenced. Over the top. Technicolor swatch card. Loud. Quirky-glam. But the verdict? Thats yours to make!


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More Of That Ikat


Look what Madeline Weinrib has done with Ikat. I absolutely love the furniture and the pillows that she has designed!

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And how much fun is this Ikat pillow with a pop-spin giving it that unusual print!

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On an aside, Ikat is a style of weaving that uses a dyeing process similar to tie-dye before the threads are woven, to create a pattern or design. Ikat means “to tie” or “to bind” in the Malay language.

India, Japan and several South-East Asian countries have cultures with long histories of Ikat production (among other things), and Double Ikats can still be found in India, Guatemala, Japan and the Indonesian islands of Bali and Kalimantan!

In fact, a Double Ikat from Gujrat, used to be exported to Indonesia for the use of the royal families. And if you were to look, the striking similarities between Double Ikats produced in Bali, Indonesia and those in Gujrat are hard to miss.

Oh, and the Double Ikat from Gujrat? Also known as Patola. Ring a bell?

Weaving a small world after all?

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