'I have been travelling regularly to this wonderful city for years and each time I visit, I am just amazed by so much that is new, exciting and the best-of-its-kind in the world.'
A Delhi-based fashion brand Doodlage provides the perfect antidote to fast fashion by making chic garments with scraps of waste cloth. Designing clothes out of scraps of fabric and second-hand garments, Doodlage’s creative team dreams up new designs and sells its wares in 30 shops and online.
Easy to pair with everything from ankle boots to T-shirts and trainers, a slip skirt should be at the top of your new season shopping list
Living Coral is Pantone's colour of 2019 and here are five ways to incorporate it in your wardrobe
Brazil: Maison Alexandrine introduces your new Resort collection, which amounts creations of designers Rapha Mendonça and Nuno Velez. Besides the designs of its in-house designers, responsible for Alexandrine Haute Couture – all pieces of Alexandrines Resort 19’ collection
DUBAI: Student designers from the College of Fashion and Design in Dubai joined modest-wear designers from over a dozen countries for the second edition of Dubai Modest Fashion Week, held at the Emerald Palace, Kempinsky Palm Jumeirah recently.
After catching the fall and winter 2019 runway collections in New York, London, Milan and Paris, it’s become abundantly clear that the era of easy-wearing, focus-pulling, power-dressing is upon us, from bright, near-neon colours and menswear-suiting-inspired patterns to the biggest, sharpest shoulders we’ve seen since the original “Dynasty” was on the air in the 80s.
Italian fashion house Roberto Cavalli, which has posted a string of losses in recent years, will seek a deal with its creditors to keep the business running while it finds a new investor.
A fashion data organisation aims to crack down on slavery and worker abuse by mapping every clothing and footwear factory in the world, with a free, open-source tool.