MAH: CELEBRATE THIS FESTIVE SEASON WITH MAX FASHION’S EXCLUSIVE FESTIVE COLLECTION
Pune – Max Fashion celebrated the ongoing festive season by launching their festive collection along with model and actor Aditi Govitrikar at Westend Mall, in Pune. Aditi looked ethereal donning the timeless festive collection from Max.
The collection is about bringing back the rich grandeur of Indian tradition yet giving it a modern touch. With over 3000 styles to choose from, Max through its ‘Tavisha’ range, offers a variety of stylised garments comprising classic combinations of voluminous, vibrant and layered skirts with trendy cholis or crop tops that completes the grand look for the festive season.
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WHY YOU HAVE NOTHING TO WEAR
Let’s get straight into the meat potatoes of why all of us say ‘we have nothing to wear’.
In reality we are staring at a closet full of clothing, but we still say that we don’t have anything to wear, which doesn’t make sense at all.
There are certain reasons why a lot of us say these things, so I am going to walk you through some of the possibilities. You can take some of this information and incorporate it in your closet so that you are able to solve that problem.
The first thing that comes into consideration with not…
GOA: SILK INDIA EXPO KICK STARTS IN PANAJI
Hastashilpi – Artisans and Weavers Welfare Association has organised the ‘Silk India Expo-2017’ from September 14 onwards at the Panjim Convention Center, Mala.
Mrs Goa 2017, Samiksha Karmalkar Harji inaugurated the six day exhibition and Former Miss Goa Kezaia Caldeira was the Guest of Honour.
On this occasion, Samiksha Karmalkar Harji said, “it is overwhelming to see a display of unique apparels, particularly silk sarees and designer wears which will attract customers on a large scale.”
“For the first time in the state of Goa, exhibitors such as silk saree weavers, handloom clusters and silk co-operative societies will be displaying and showcasing…
FROM BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TO FASHION
a name to reckon with
The fashion world and Goa has lot of similarities. But there are hardly few who could actually encash on it. But Syne Coutinho did it.
Meet Syne Coutinho, a young lady whose journey has the capability to inspire many who want to turn their hobby into profession. The fashion world and Goa has a lot of similarities but there are hardly few who could actually encash on it, however, Syne Coutinho did it.
“I am not from a fashion designing background, I have done business management so to speak, but I always loved the idea…
FASHION TIPS TO LOOK SLIMMER
Don’t have time to run through a 4-week diet to cut off some carbs? Looking slim can be easily achieved with fashion. The constant lament of the vast majority of women is: “If I could only lose a few more kgs!” It doesn’t have to be logical or something anyone else sees, but we all seem to feel a more ideal version of ourselves would be a few kgs less. Since there’s no diet that makes us thinner by the time we wake up tomorrow, luckily, we can fake it. The great thing about fashion is that it…READ more..
FASHION HACKS.. FOR WHEN IT RAINS…
Monsoon never comes alone; it brings in a lot more than just romantic weather and cool winds and while the rains bring with them much needed relief from the scorching heat and humidity, with it comes a host of pesky little problems, among which is the growth of fungus or moulds on clothes, and clothes getting sodden and dirty from the downpour and mucky roads. Humidity means fungus and bacteria formation on your clothes, leading to bad odors and marks. Yuck, isn’t it? Older homes like the tiled houses we have in goa, often have problem closets but…READ more..
KEEPING YOURSELF MONSOON READY
Rains can be beautiful or messy, depending on what you do about it – sulk or celebrate. Nothing should be stopping you from loving the season if you know a few monsoon basics. So what are you waiting for? Take out that funky dress from your wardrobe, while we give you a couple of handy tips.
Wear light clothing: It is better to avoid thick clothing materials like denims, or thick cottons and stock your wardrobe with light bright t-shirts either in floral prints or in pastels. Capris, skirts, cotton skin tights and many more are all good monsoon…READ more..
GOA’S GIFT TO THE FASHION WORLD
Pranjal Kadkade: making a remarkable joruney from Bicholim, Goa to all major cities across India
Q. HOW MUCH OF BEING GOAN HELPS YOU IN PERCEIVING YOUR CAREER IN FASHION? (MEANS WHETHER IT HELPS BEING A GOAN).
Answer: Creativity is in the blood of Goa. I am proud to be a Goan designer. When i introduced myself as a Goan designer, it gives me pride. Only thing unless you perform in major cities of the country you cannot project the experience in your own home state.
Q. WHY DID YOU THINK OF CROSSING BORDERS AND LEAVING GOA? IS THERE NO FUTURE FOR…READ more..
SUMMER GETS HOTTER WITH INTERNATIONAL FASHION WEEK GOA
As curtains fall on the three-day extravaganza of the International Fashion Week Goa 2017, we take a look at the glimpses of this grand show.
“The International Fashion Week Goa 2017”was a show stopping event which took place last weekend on 12th 13th and 14th of May at hotel Taj Vivanta. The excitement in the air was highly evident as crowds arrived to witness this wonderful event which will be remembered in the minds of Goans.
The 3-day event witnessed the presence of many international designers like Sumit Das Gupta, Ketan Jain-Jaya Jain, Kapil Banthia and many more as they showcased…
INTERNATIONAL FASHION WEEK GOA
Goa is all set for the international fashion week (IFW season which will be held between May12 and May 14 at Taj Vivanta Panaji. IFW season 2 will be a extravagant event with fashion, singing, comedy and business.
IFW Goa will serve as a unique platform for brand launches through shows. Designers from India and abroad will be participating, also our very own Goan designers namely Harold Andrade, Mary Fernandes and Elaine, Karishma Mehta and Ninoshka will exhibit their designs on the ramp.
This is a platform for the established as well as the new budding talent.
The show will be held…