Sonam Kapoor enjoys front row seat at Armani Couture show

Fashionista Sonam Kapoor had the privilege to be seated in the front row at the Armani Privé Couture show held on Tuesday (January 27) in Paris.
The style diva was beautiful in a champagne coloured Armani dress with a plunging neckline and matching short organza pants. Her sister Rhea Kapoor shared pictures of Sonam Kapoor on Instagram with the caption, ‘Head to toe in Armaani’.
She finished off her look with an elegant updo, dangling earrings and T-strap heels.
Sonam Kapoor also met with the Italian fashion designer, Giorgio Armaani and the duo posed for pictures that have been doing the rounds.
Sonam, who was in Paris with sister Rhea and her stylist, also shared pictures of the fashion show invite.

Parineeti Chopra wears foundation on legs than her face!

Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapur are busy promoting their forthcoming movie “Daawat-e-Ishq” and for the same the two recently made a visit to Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai.
While in the first look, we were disgruntled with what Pari chose to wear, at a closer second look, we found that she had worn uneven foundation on her legs.
Yes, from knee down the legs looked overtly plastered, and down at the ankle we spotted a sudden color change in the skin tone. Bummer!
Parineeti wore a horizontal striped white, red and blue mini body-hugging dress paired with white sneakers. Face up, she looked ethereal.

Malaika Arora Khan looked dope in those neon color Jimmy Choos

Hotness Malaika Arora Khan was recently present at the 'Finding Fanny' screening and she looked nice even in a casual outfit. Malaika kept it simple in a black top and a pair of distressed denims, where she amped up her style quotient of the look by adding a pair of neon color block Jimmy Choos and a studded Valentino bag. What’s more, she threw in those studded bracelets to sway away with that rocker chic tag. Face up, she looked ethereal.

Chic and classy: Nargis Fakhri’s amalgamation of Varun Bahl and Malini Ramani was a drab

Wearing a Malini Ramani blouse over a Varun Bahl’s Winter Festive 2014 collection dress, Nargis Fakhri attended a recent store launch sporting black and gold ankle-strap sandals which completed her look to the best.
The all-embellished top half and ruffle-rich bottom half was not too flattering though. Nude lips and side-swept hair finished off her look.
Nargis is one fashionista but this attire, we are not big fans! Face up, she looked ethereal.

Bottega Veneta clutch + Dior pumps= Neha Dhupia looked spectacular wearing an off-beat maxi gown

Automotive brand Volvo launched a new car in Sweden yesterday and in attendance was Ms. Dhupia who wore a Manish Arora Fall 2013 maxi to the event. She wore a rather unpredictable gold detailing maxi gown with an edgy Outhouse spiked choker to the look.
Carrying a Bottega Veneta clutch and blue Dior pumps, Neha finished her look quite strikingly.
Ms. Dhupia was in Sweden yesterday to launch Volvo's new car, and we loved her choice of a beautiful glitter peacock blue and green Manish Arora gown from his Fall 2013 collection.
Side swept hair. And she looked picture perfect!

Is Pakistani actor Fawad Khan more stylish than Bollywood’s Ranveer Singh?

With just one film in pipeline, Pakistan’s heartthrob actor-model Fawad Khan seems to be giving our very own Indian stars a stiff competition. Wonder why? Well, the famous Pakistani actor’s performance is yet to be seen on Indian screens, it is his immaculate style and dapper looks which are constantly being talked about.
Fawad Afzal Khan a very famous model, singer and actor who hails from Pakistan has gained popularuity with Indian audiences, especially female audiences. All thanks to his television series “Zindagi Gulzar hai” which got aired on Zindagi channel recently, the actor has many fans in the country.
Fawad Khan is widely known for his brilliant performances in Drama serials “Dastan”, “Humsafar” and recently “Zindagi Gulzar hai” being aired on Hum TV. Mr. Khan is now gearing up for his Bollywood debut opposite Sonam Kapoor in the film Khoobsurat, where he seen in a perfect regal and sophisticated avatar sporting classy bandhgala jackets and jodhpurs.
Fawad Khan looks nothing less than a prince straight out of Disney World. His recent appearances on various platforms, has made him hit the right notes among the female audiences.
We digged and compiled a series of pictures where Fawad could give a run for the money to many Indian A-lister actors, like Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor, Hrithik Roshan

Lisa Hayden for Riddhi Mehra and Ileana D’Cruz for Arpita Mehta take fashion up by a notch!

Riddhi Mehra known for her Indian aesthetics and unique take on fashion showcased her new collection ‘Mystical Nuit’ at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014.
Shades of beige, blue and black dominated the colour palette and were inspired by the luminescence of the night sky when graced by stars and the moon. The designer kept her signature look intact and worked on creating structured forms on flowing silhouettes as an extension of her classic designs.
Fusion wear took centre stage with more focus on westernised styles comprising skirts, blouses, jackets, pants along with Indo-Western dresses and saris, which were crafted in luxurious fabrics like silk, georgette, chiffon, net and raw silk. Traditional embellishment techniques such as resham, zardozi and beadwork helped to balance each piece and added just the right touch of sparkle.
The showstopper, Lisa Hayden of the movie “Queen” fame, left the crowd in awe as she made her way down the runway in a ravishing white and midnight blue gown accentuated by a trail while the bodice flaunted asymmetrical sleeves and floral detailing.
Sexy, stylish and sassy, ‘Mystical Nuit’ by Riddhi Mehra was fashion forward and excitingly experimental.
Designer Arpita Mehta returned with a fresh new take on contemporary Indian fashion with her latest collection titled ‘Starlight’ which made its way onto the ramp at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014. The range, which was inspired by the designer’s grandmother’s love for vintage-cocktail-meets-modern-day fashion strove to be an experimentally enchanting take on fusion wear.
Luxurious fabrics such as tabi silk, nets, raw silk and flat chiffons were used to grace flowing, feminine silhouettes and added a subtle edge of flamboyance. Dark, smoky shades like black, grey, oyster and blush pink gave the range a classy yet youthful appeal and were constructed into jackets, Anarkalis, blouses, pants, dresses, trousers and tunics.
Special embroidery called “button flower” which has 3D thread work flowers appliquéd over mirror flowers were a stand out feature and were used to embellish garments and were accompanied by intricate foil-work and melodious ghungroos. Bollywood star Ileana D’Cruz played showstopper as she sashayed down the runway in a pop pink toned ghagra choli embellished with antique gold work as well as a body chain.
Just like Arpita’s grandmother (the inspiration of the collection), the creations were sassy, spunky and sensual. ‘Starlight’ by Arpita Mehta was one collection that will steal hearts away.

Varun Bahl’s show at LFW was all about India’s opulent crafts, Priyanka Chopra struts the ramp for him

Celebrating a decade in the fashion business and returning to the Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014 after ten years; Varun Bahl unveiled his Diffusion collection presented by Reliance Trends.
Revealing his distinct style statement for each creation, Varun ensured that it was a collection that will be coveted by women globally. Varun’s understated elegance, aesthetics and luxurious choice of fabrics was the highlight of the show. His design story was replete with India’s opulent crafts and cutting edge construction that reflected western touches and was a visual delight on the ramp.
The line-up of jackets, trousers, skirts and shirts were splashed with timeless hand embroidery. Varun’s signature rose motif appliqués were evident along with a profusion of embroidered flowers and leaves that were splashed creatively on the ensembles.
Fabrics that brought the collection to life ranged from superb silk, sheer tulle, luxurious crepe, duchesse-satin and wonderful cotton. Colours were of prime importance to Varun, which he selected with great care as black, gold, silver, grey, ivory, beige, mustard, rose, pale pink and blue created a Deja vu of his past collections.