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Day 2:

The second day of the Paris Men’s Fashion week included the showcase of collections from designers like 3.1 Phillip Lim, Issey Miyake Men, Kolor, Rick Owens, Andrea Crews, Louis Vuitton, Damir Doma, Yohji Yamamoto, Dries Van Noten and Julius among others.

The day began with 3.1 Phillip Lim’s athletic spirited creations on a simplistic plain white runway. Visible were a great amount of check prints, stripes and multiple layering as part of embellishments. The colour combination was majorly dull, including grey, black and white, with a few traces of navy blue, violet pink and dark blue. Besides, the collection was a complete formal wear, not appropriate for casual hangouts, including layered uppers, shabby fitting suits, cut-sleeved long shirts, cardigans accessorised with stoles, jackets, long trench coats all paired with formal pant suits, shorts, and jumpsuits.

Following came in the exuberant Louis Vuitton with his exquisite collection of formal semi-formal wear, obviously accessorised with the brand’s iconic handbags, laptop bags and brief cases for men. The garments comprised of long trench coats, neat shirts, formal buttoned suits, short pants, jumpsuits, v-line sleeveless briefs, jackets and pocket sweatshirts to name a few. Artistically the colour palette was a little vibrant, including velvet shades of brown, metallic pink, olive greens, black white and beige. Speaking of the styles and the embellishments, the designer made use of creative geometric patterns on the shirts which gave an elegant and sophisticated look. Besides, trendy buckle belts, tie-on belts, zippers, pockets with the brand’s sport shoes, listed among others.

Dries Van Noten listed among other highlights of the day, where he showcased a collection reflecting elements of dancer’s rehearsal, performance and backstage wardrobes, in an artistically set up runway. The collection comprised of tee-shirts, robes, tights, funky shirts, shabby long trench coats, and suits to name a few. Overall, the tailoring was loose, prints and ethnic embroideries were used sparingly, giving the stage to rich bottle greens, burgundy, navy and fleshy, neutral tones. However, the footwear were unique, comprising differentiated strapped loafers, in very subtle combinations of brown, black and off white.

Yohji Yamamoto proved to be highlight of the rest of the show, by presenting a collection with a nomadic spirit in an eerie setup on the runway. The creations were a true representation of a Yamamoto man, with garments which were completely unique to the entire evening. Employed were some ethnic prints in earthy and dark colours brown rust, black, safari green, metallic dark blue, grey, mustard and mahogany. Also, head gear was an accessory common to every ensemble, which gave a very hippie impression of the look. Furthermore, showcased were oversized pants, draped robes and ponchus. The wearability of the garments could be defined as very limited meant for rare formal occasions.

Thus, the second day of the Paris Men’s fashion week concluded with a strange surprises and introduction of some new style statements.

Aspen, Colorado, one of the world’s most famous mountain resorts, will play host to the first ever Chanel pop-up store in the USA.

Known as ‘Ephemeral Boutique’ in the brand’s own words, the store will hold the Métiers d’Arts Paris-Dallas 2013/14 Collection which was first unveiled at the Art Deco-styled Dallas Fair Park in Texas.

The Aspen space, located at Casa Tua, will mix modern and traditional elements to showcase the Wild West-inspired collection. The will be open to the public from June 27 through July 6.




The hot new AW 2014/15 campaign by Raf Simon, is a one-off capsule collaboration between fashion designer Raf Simons and artist Sterling Ruby, is shot by Belgian photographer Willy Vanderperre, features innovative art and fashion crossover collection, by young Belgian model Luca Lemaire.

The collaboration under the Raf Simons/Sterling Ruby label, replaces the designer’s own line for one season, the collection is a long-standing friendship between the two creatives.

Anupamaa Dayal has long been a favorite for people on the go, with her inherent inspiration being the ancient, almost forgotten hand printing and needle – craft techniques in India, the collections have been a portrayal of vintage meets bold and western.

To personalize the experience for existing and prospective clientele, Anupamaa launches www.anumapaa.com, the e-commerce project to reach the wider and more global audience.

The designer is an avid traveller and a curious explorer. He started his career in 1978 by looking into the depth of diverse styles that he discovered in people by seeking to unravel the trails of jewellery making in India. He launched his ethnic jewellery label, ‘Silverline’ in 1998 and introduced the trend of silver jewellery in the country at a time when the metal considered of a lesser value.

Speaking of the label, Silverline is an export house of silver and gold jewellery and precious and semiprecious gemstones. The wide range of collection allows one to make a choice from diverse styles with the best tribal, beaded, stone, enamel, handmade, temple, kundan, polki earrings, neckpieces, headpieces and rings in silver and gold. A closer look at the creations gives the impression of the elegance and the glamour that the jewellery would add, if worn with traditional Indian attires.

Meanwhile, some of the designer’s earlier accomplishments in the fashion arena include his jewellery being covered widely by the press and being published in acclaimed magazines like Harper’s Bazaar. Also, the creations have been worn and adored by Bollywood divas like Alia Bhatt.

Presently, the brand is managed by Anubhav, Sidharth and Nirvane Jain, the lineage and partners of Silverline, who are determined to stride this unique jewellery house through its rich experiences into a brand that makes it accessible for people to celebrate, value, and enjoy the art of beautiful jewellery. They retail the collection through their personalised studios in Delhi. Their collection can also be shopped online at shopsilverline.com.

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Designer Rahul Mishra celebrates his accomplishments in the fashion industry, as he successfully completes six years in the same. Held on 26th June in Mumbai, the event was graced by the support of glitterati of Bollywood like Sonam Kapoor, Kalki Koechlin and immensely talented singer Sona Mahapatra to name a few.

Sonam looked stunning in a crepe peach coloured floral saree with a beautifully embellished blouse, accessorised by a pair of exquisite gold bangles. While Kalki presented herself in stylish western attire, in a flamboyant black top, an elegant metallic golden waist belt and grey skirt.

The Women for Women International and De Beers hosted a fund-raiser at the Royal Opera House in London, with guests Matthew Williamson, Alice Temperley, Arizona Muse, Jasmine Guinness and Jade Parfitt. Lily Cole and Lianne La Havas , performing along with Royal Opera House musicians.

With De Beers collaborating with Women for Women on a photographic project called Moments in Light, Mary McCartney shot portraits of accomplished women, including choreographer Aszure Barton and chef Skye Gyngell, talking about their moments of inspiration.

Women for Women International is an organization that aids survivors of war worldwide, with programs aimed at helping women to fight poverty by developing their education and work skills.

This Delhi-based emerging designer is a graduate in Fashion Marketing from the Pearl Academy of Fashion and launched her eponymous label in 2012. The designer draws great inspiration from Indian traditions and cultures and is very fond of rich handcrafted embroideries and ethnic materials, enhanced with elegance and sophistication.

With no professional training in designing and creativity, the designer aims at carving a niche for herself, thereby defining her own personal style statement. The fabrics on which she lays her basic focus are georgettes, crepes, Chiffons, silks and cotton mal mal, all of which are embellished with elements which include the likes of beads, zardosis, doris and thread work.

Over the years, she has held numerous shows and exhibitions, through which her creations won the deserved acclaim and appreciation, wherein she was enabled to promote her creations among the leading fashionistas of the country, the media and the general public. Some of these exhibitions include the designer’s exclusive show in Vivaah, Asia’s most luxurious wedding exhibition.

She now looks forward to expanding her market by participating in major high-end platforms like the fashion weeks; and currently retails her collections through her exclusive studio in Delhi and through the multi-designer store, ‘Moh’ in Ahmedabad.