Tag Archives: fashion trends
Posted on08. Aug, 2012 by pallavi.
Lakme Fashion Week is style statement of the Indian ethnic wear and is renowned for bandwagon patterns which always create a niche in the fashion world. The veteran fashion designer Pallavi Jaikishan created a buzz in the show by showcasing her collection after 40 years on the ramp of LFW winter 2012. Her eternal [...]
Posted on27. Jun, 2012 by pallavi.
In Bollywood, many actresses start their work in the tinsel town from their childhood. Asha parekh is one of the artists who started working in the b-town from her childhood. Her first film was “Aasman” which was not a huge success but she didn’t lose her confidence and gave a big hit by “Dil Deke [...]
Posted on05. Jun, 2012 by pallavi.
The Victorian period play an important role in the fashion scene from 1837 to 1901. The queen Victoria was the fashionista of that period. Many interesting fashion trends were evolved at that time, Such as voluminous skirts held with crinocles and hoop skirts both under the dress and over the dress. The main fashion trend [...]
Posted on01. Jun, 2012 by pallavi.
While backless dresses are creating sensation all over the fashion world, the coming of the summers has added fuel to the fire, making these stylish backless dresses a rage among both the fashion designers and party lovers. In this fashion savvy society of ours, every woman wants to create a perfect fashion impression in front [...]
Posted on25. May, 2012 by pallavi.
The item number is a musical promotional song in the Indian cinema. It is an easy way to get publicity for the entire film simply with one short song sequence. As the focus of the item number is purely on the girl performing the dance number, the costume designer of the film has to take [...]
Posted on21. Apr, 2012 by pallavi.
Turbans are mostly loved by both men and women of all age groups. It has become a new age unisexual head accessory. While some people tend to wear turbans as a symbol of their culture and religion, many young people today wear it as a chic accessory to stylize their looks. These turbans are made [...]
Posted on05. Apr, 2012 by pallavi.
Paisley pattern have always been loved by women of all classes and age groups. Paisley design is derived from Persia. In Persia the design is known as Boteh Jegheh and it has been used in Iran since the Sassanid Dynasty.
Posted on29. Mar, 2012 by pallavi.
Colour has a spiritual energetic power which affects the personality of the wearer. It has been observed that the person is first attracted by the color before any other elements in the garment. Individuals have different color preferences when it comes to wearing clothes. Then there are certain colors that look more chic and stylish [...]