Tag: bollywood fashion

Clutch Spotting

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“City Of Dreams” Premiere, June 2008

Spotted Anusha Dandekar carrying her Ed Hardy “Love Eternal” clutch that also comes with a matching cuff. I just don’t understand why the woman keeps fiddling with the cuff. At the premiere, one moment she has it on and the other she doesn’t and at the “Bling” launch, she switched the cuffs between left and right… Wonder why?

What do you think of the clutch? Love it or Hate it?

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Club Bling Launch, Jan 2008


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Reading The Not So Fine Print…

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Either, its the plain dresses with jewelled accents or these ‘overdose-of-print’ dresses… why, oh why can’t she reach a happy medium!?!

At the Hello magazine anniversary party, we also noticed that she was carrying a vintage Judith Leiber Rose Minaudiere but with that dress, how could anyone notice anything?


At Her Perfume Launch

At Hello Magazine Anniversary Party

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Again.

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Urmila wore that denim dress at IIFA Bling for Biba event and soon after, at the press conference for a new reality show, ‘Sangeet Ka Naya Gharana’…all within a few days!!

Tell us, without the celebrity wardrobes, or the flashbulbs going off everywhere, would you repeat the same outfit at two formal events within a span of days?


Apr 9th, 2008

Apr 21st, 2008

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Its A Wrap

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We’ve seen Mahima favor the belted look for her shirts before, and now, spotted Tina Tahiliani working the cinched waist, wide-belted-tie look for herself, while Malaika Arora was spotted in a wrap shirt, the other (and generally more flattering) avatar of the cinched waist…

Of course, Malaika had her trusted gold bangles as accessories in tow but the question is…whose look do you dig more?


Malaika Arora

Tina Tahiliani

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Dear Soha…

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One. Have satin, will wear. Is not a diktat you have to-have to follow.

Two. Pray explain the length of those denims. Please. Not short enough to be cropped, not long enough to be worn with heels, instead an awkward length to match the awkward hair.


At Rome Film Fest Festival

At A Recent Product Launch

(Ladies, for future reference, when paring trousers of any kind with heels, make sure their length is long enough so that it covers the entire length of the heel. Not so long that you constantly teeter on the edge of tripping, but long enough so that the entire span of the heel is covered. And designate separate trousers to be worn with flats and that way length can be appropriately managed.)

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