Nivi Shrivastava

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Festive lookbook springs funky surprises


With the festive season around the corner, it is a busy time for Indian designers, who are rocking the runway with latest celebratory trends.

Connected by differences


India, the land of diversities and cultural divisions, is an eternal source of inspiration to artists across the globe.

Girlfriends rack up sales


They are young and pretty, and unlike their older social predecessors these new “It” girls let their work talk louder than their social presence around town.

Religion, fun side up


In our country, religion is something that unites as well as divides people from time to time.

Delicate, dazzling, dramatic


In the world of fashion where trends change in the speed of light, there are only a few “timeless” statements that one can hold on to. Perhaps that was the idea behind designer Gaurav Gupta’s ‘Lightfall’ collection that traced the journey of fluid silhouettes.

Princess of psychedelica


Ain’t no show like a MA show, ‘casue a MA show don’t stop – the sentiment exactly explains the state of mind for most audiences, who witnessed designer Manish Arora’s “Indian” collection on the fourth

Sheer and shine at couture carnival


It’s that time of the year when the capital celebrates fashion in its full glory.

Rash riders taunt danger


There is a fine line that separates pleasure from pain, and when one is young and restless the demarcation tends to blur resulting in hazardous repercussions.

Party rocker with classical roots


They say looks are often deceptive, and if you meet this 24-year-old DJ that’s the first thing that is bound to hit you.

Couturier creates magic with crafts


The fifth edition of the Tarun Tahiliani couture exposition opened doors for the patrons at the DLF Emporio mall, where the veteran showcased his latest bridal line.

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