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Funky fun marks last hurrah to singlehood

A fun pre-bridal hen party in full swing (picture for illustrative purpose only)

Whoever invented bachelor parties must have been on the hunt for an antidote to the cold feet that brides and grooms tend to get before saying “I do”, and obviously to ease the nerves, a fun-filled party is just what they need before the D-day.

Pinky’s East West connect


The journey from Jaipur to Los Angeles was not an easy one for model-turned-actor Pinky Campbell, but she never gave up. Pinky, who has worked in Hollywood films like An American Carol, Spread and Group Sex along with television shows like How I Met Your Mother, My Boys, Numbers, Greek, Swingtown and True Blood, has already bagged a few meaty roles in Bollywood. She reveals more about her hopes and aspirations in the glam industry.

A starry night


The heady fragrance of jasmine flowers and the commotion around the 31, Aurgangzeb Road bungalow was hard to miss on Thursday night when the who’s who of Indian politics and film industry walked the green carpet to bless Bollywood’s newly-wedded couple Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor at their wedding reception or Dawat-e-Walima hosted by Saif’s mother Sharmila Tagore, Begum of Pataudi.

NY designer fights bullying


Since it is the season of celebrating fashion, a guest celebrity designer from New York visited the capital to take a quick round of what’s haute in the Indian fashion fraternity. Recently, the toast of the town was designer Rachel Roy, who amidst luncheons and formal dinners squeezed out time to launch her diamond jewellery collection for Forevermark Promise exhibition.

Sunday food walks

Ramzan food walk

When Shashank Aggarwal started a community called Eatlo — a food community for foodies, by foodies — he never imagined how many people in the city harboured a similar passion. Talking about food, his favourite topic, he says, “I am an entrepreneur by profession and a foodie by passion.

A potpourri of colours

AS THE fashion fiesta came to an end on the fifth day of the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2012-13, the potpourri of multi-coloured themes and presentations on the runway concluded

Structured garments steal show on Day 4


High on intricate structured garments, the fourth day of the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2012-13 was buzzing with creativity as young designers shunned the old school fashion fund

Classic Indian to new-age Western

Actor Manoj Bajpayee wal-ks the ramp for Samant Chauhan. 	— ASIAN AGE

In many cultures Sunday is dedicated to Gods, and if fashion is an unwritten cult then the designers are nothing less than demigods for the followers.

Runway rockstar

She was once called “one of the most influential make-up artists of her time” by Vogue Paris and her sensational make-up trends have always been a favourite among A-list celebrities across the globe.

Red-hot day for stylish Abhay


His indepth style of acting and choice of unconventional roles has given actor Abhay Deol an edge over the rest in the Hindi film industry. Interestingly, the sartorial choices of this artiste were also noteworthy when he came to the capital to launch the first flagship store of British classic men’s wear brand Hackett London.

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