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Sonakshi On Marie Claire: (Un)Covered

A gorgeous Sonakshi covers Marie Claire’s Body Issue. She is wearing an Alexander Wang dress and a Valliyan by Nitya Arora necklace on the cover. It was however her picture in the Surendri dress was an instant favorite of ours; she looks all kinds of fabulous in it.

Do have one itty-bitty question though… For a magazine issue that’s all about The Body, why choose to put your cover girl in the safest (and predictable) option- An LBD? It would’ve a made a far more persuasive point had the magazine embraced the curves on its cover as it seemingly does in its cover-story photo feature, no? Just wondering out aloud here… What do you think?

Catch behind the scenes video here.

Left: Sonakshi Sinha For Marie Claire, July ’13
Right: In Surendri By Yogesh Chaudhary


Left: In Gauri And Nainika
Right: In Nishka Lulla And Jelin George Skirt

Photo Credit: Marie Claire India

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In Zara. And In Jelin George.

Three recent events had Asin give us three different looks, all of which worked on her. If we had to get nit-picky, we’d pick on that LV shoulder-bag dangling on the arm crook. If we were to get nit-picky that is! :p

Of the three appearances, our favorite was the Jelin George dress. Even though the picture quality isn’t great, it’s hard to miss how good Asin is looking in it. Love the pin-up vibe!

L to R, Asin is wearing a Zara printed shirt, Zara lace dress and a Jelin George dress.

Left: At 2nd Annual Young Changemakers Conclave 2012
Centre: ‘Housefull 2’ Success Party
Right: At Hindustan Lever Event

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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In Jelin George

Not a big fan of the dress Sonam wore to a recent press conference. Between the print and the lilac top half of the dress, the black peplum was really jarring. Also, Sonam is one of the few who changes up her hair but this time around, the sister-wife/Big Love do paired with that dress just did not work.

Sonam Kapoor At L’Oreal And Femina Awards Press Conference

Sonam Kapoor

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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LFW Winter/Festive 2010: Gen Next Show

The Gen-Next show is one of the more anticipated shows of LFW. Over the years, the Gen Next show has created so many stars that this year LFW is dedicating one show to the past participants that include Kallol Datta and Nachiket Barve to name two. This year’s show featured six designers, of which three of them were duos and one presented a mens-only collection.

One of my favorite collections was The Daily Rag by mother-daughter Megha & Pragya. You’ve got to wonder if Peepli Live had anything to do with it because newspapers was their inspiration and it featured on dresses, jackets and gowns that came in neon colors. It was kitschy to the core ( and a bit reminiscent of Nida Mahmood) but some of the separates would spice up one’s wardrobe.

Pragya and Megha Samor

Jelin George showed a black collection consisting of gowns, dresses and hot pants featuring a lot of sheer, opaque and mirrorwork. Jelin took a more restrained approach with the mirrorwork and the end result was fabulous. All the pieces were sexy without going overboard.

Jelin George

Ruchika Sachdeva‘s collection Biomechanics kept the color pallette simple sticking to whites, greys and black. Tie & dye, metallic striped along the hip featured prominently throughout the collection. Our favorite was the long dress with the embellished cropped jacket.

Ruchika Sachdeva

Sisters’ Riddhi & Siddhi presented a collection inspired by famed architect Daniel Libeskind. Architecture being the inspiration, one saw a lot of origami pleating, exaggerated shoulders/hips in dresses that ranged from greys to blues. The piece that caught our eyes was the strapless number with the pocket-edged hemline.

MapxencaRS By Riddhi & Siddhi

In direct contrast to their label’s name (Wardrobe 101), Fazal & Akanksha’s went futuristic with their collection that had neon lit outerwear, plastic pipe sleeve detailing, leather patchwork and cord work in earthy tones. Definitely not everyone’s cup of tea.

Wardrobe 101 by Fazal Mahmood & Akanksha Arora

Zuilee (by Juilee Bendkhale) presented a collection that was marked by drapes/winged sleeves using soft material like chiffon and jersey.

Zuilee by Juilee Bendkhale

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