When it comes to Angelia Jolie and her flawless style, then anybody having a slight inclination in fashion would love to peep in the closet of diva, not to mention the urge to steel it, as owning it would cost a real bomb.
Well, in any case, if not that much-talked-about Oscar black thigh-high slit gown, you can get to see her jewellery collection; going to be displayed for very first time in Monaco, France, between July 15 to August 15, 2012.
The actress’s collaboration with jewellery designer Robert Procop will unveil the Style of Jolie collection. The collection will be opened for first time for public viewing and includes pieces pearl-shaped citrine and cushion-cut necklace, along with green beryl table earrings.
The collection will also be distributed in selected outlets in US, China and Turkey, and all the proceeds will go the Education Partnership for Children in Conflict.
It’s the Sport-Lifestyle brand Puma which brings fun to the sports sphere with the launch of ‘Puma Social’, a campaign bringing together after-hours athletes from around the world, along with a collection symbolizing the fusion of sport with lifestyle into everyday life.
The Puma Social campaign and the collection of footwear, apparel and accessories is about celebrating the lesser-known games played among friends and the amateur athletes at one point or another.
The Puma Social collection for women pays homage to amateur athletes and is more about a distinct lifestyle. It’s comprised of lifestyle graphic tees, belts, casual pants, handbags and suede footwear.
The campaign is launched via Puma Social Cards Mobile Application which showcases the distinctive characters that make up the universe of late night revelers. The app comes loaded with pre-designed and customized archetype templates, encouraging after hours athletes to unite in celebration of late night and after-hours fun.
It captures the spirit of social stereotypes, playful party superstars and bar-sport warriors, allowing users to label their friends in the best way possible and share their shots on the facebook page of Puma.
Zoya unveiled GREECE, its latest collection at its Mumbai store , recreating that moment in time when Gods walked in the gardens of Hesperides, Majestic creatures like ‘Pegasus’ the winged horse roamed the heavens and the unparalleled beauty of Helena drove thousands of mortals to war.
Hosted at Zoya, by Nisha JamVwal and Sandeep Kulhalli, Vice President, Jewelry Division, Titan Industries Ltd , the launch evening also had H.E. Ioannis Raptakis (The Ambassador of Greece) at this exclusive champagne cocktail evening. In attendance were Rashmi Behl, Vanita Bhandari, Anjalee Hazare, Sangeeta Harinder Singh, Gia Sharan, Shama Sikander, Alex Neil, Gulshan Grover, Rashmi Uday Singh ,Krishika Lulla, Luke Kenny , Rupa Fabiani, Mrinalini Deshmukh ,Vidya Malavade, Suchita Krishnamoorthy, Debbie Hitakri, Tulip Joshi With Captain Vinod Nair , Rajiv Paul, Devieka And Suresh Bhojwani, ,Rina Shah, Dalip Tahil, Pervez And Roshni Damania, Mamta Raja, Kunika Lal, Yasmin Morani And Ali Morani, Dr Rishikesh Pai , Rishma Pai, Palak Amd Samir Seth, Rahul And Amrita Raichand,etc.
Though the Cannes Film Festival 2012 concluded but the celebrities dressed to the nines are making the rounds on the internet while turning out to be a juicy gossip stirring the living room conversations, and bedroom fantasies.
Bollywood had its fair share at Cannes as some of the sought-after Indian celebrities walked the red carpet in their modish best. The closing ceremony had Arjun and Mehr Rampal sporting the spiffy look, where Arjun wore a bandhgala jacket with jodhpurs by Rohit Bal, Mehr appeared in a Tarun Tahiliani sari. The goth-quotient came squeaking on the same day as Sonam Kapoor walked the red carpet in a black tulle gown by Alexander McQueen. Also adding a dash of glamour was Aishwarya Rai in Elie Saab gown.
Earlier, it was Sonam Kapoor at the Cannes 2012 only who stunned with her red velvet off-shouldered voluminous Dolce & Gabbana gown.
The storied jewellery label, crafting high-end pieces since 1924, forayed into the Indian market with the launch of its first flagship boutique at The Oberoi, New Delhi, of late.
Housing a wide choice of classic and high-end lines, the 616-square-foot boutique is done in warm and intense shades of natural tones — bronze, gold and copper – and offset with digital screens that tease the eyes with the glamorous jewels that lie in store.
The exterior embellished with 19windows that showcase Damiani’s exquisite jewelry, the store brings together its traditional appearance with ornate grills, featuring the Damiani signature ‘D’.
The family-owned fashion house Versace, run by Donatella Versace with her brother Santo and daughter Allegra, considers going public.
In a recent revelation, it came out that the Italian fashion house has tapped Goldman Sachs to devise all possible financial options, and figuring out the way to hit the stock exchange.
On the heels of Prada and Salvatore Ferragamo who successfully went public last year, the recently restructured Versace is reportedly evaluating possible alternatives and talking to advisers and banks to come up with an IPO.
Mod’art India – a part of a Parisian fashion school Mod’art International Paris, presented the graduating fashion show in Mumbai and Delhi, respectively, of late.
The shows witnessed the third year graduating students of the institute showcasing their collections under the theme ‘An Evening in Paris’ – An Annual Fashion Show a la mode in Delhi whereas the city of Mumbai had a glittering show, choreographed by model Shamita Singha
On showcasing were interesting designs by Vatika Gupta, Devki Advanii and Amanjot Bajwa who played with the themes like Othello and individuality of girls.
About her association with the show, ShamitaSingha said, “We sisters love working with Mod’art every year as it is the most avant-garde institute in the country, churning out some really talented designers. The management too is very easy going and is always open to new ideas.”
The shows were well-attended by who’s who of the tinsel town including Kunal Khemu, Gavin Miguel, Carol Gracias, Gauhar Khan, Arpita Khan, Nihaar Pandya, Prashant Chadda and Suved Lohia amongst others.
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