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Pantone Colour Of 2020 Is Here! Shop Now

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For over 20 years, Pantone’s Color of the Year has influenced product development and purchasing decisions in multiple industries, including fashion, home furnishings, and industrial design, as well as product packaging and graphic design.. A timeless and enduring blue hue, Pantone colour of 2020 is Classic Blue., absolutely elegant in its simplicity. Suggestive of the sky at dusk, the reassuring qualities of the thought-provoking PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue highlight our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.

Imprinted in our psyches as a restful colour, PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue brings a sense of peace and tranquillity to the human spirit, offering refuge. Aiding concentration and bringing laser-like clarity, PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue re-centres our thoughts. A reflective blue tone, Classic Blue fosters resilience.

Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.

Here’s how you can incorporate it in your wardrobe:

Here is how some of the best style icons wore it and made a statement

Isn’t this Anita Dongre lehenga so dreamy!!

How about twining with your man and make sure to be the best-dressed couple out there!

Not a choli person? Flaunt this stunning cape style lehenga by Ridhi Mehra

This season let your eyes do the talking!

And maybe your nails too!

All that glitters is certainly beautiful!

We love decor pieces that beam in blue!

Re-styling your house or guest room? Take cues from this brilliantly done setup!

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Итак, 💙 Classic Blue 19-4052 💙 – цвет 2020 года по версии Института цвета Pantone . "Вневременный оттенок синего элегантен в своей простоте. Воспринимаемый нами как цвет спокойствия, дает человеческой душе ощущение покоя и умиротворения", – пишет Color Institute Pantone в своём пресс-релизе🔹️ . Казалось бы, ура, поехали за синей краской! 🚀 Но! Хочу напомнить, друзья, что исследовательская работа Pantone направлена в первую очередь на fashion-индустрию и на трендах интерьера сказывается косвенно 🤷🏼‍♀️ . Помните, еще в прошлом году мы радовались оттенку Coral Living 🧡, а в позапрошлом – Ultra Violet 💜… Менять колористику интерьера каждый год в угоду моде, конечно, не дело! . При желании следовать актуальным трендам, можно добавлять модные оттенки в небольших количествах, акцентами, декором 🤗 Идеи есть в подборке для вдохновения 💫 . Если же этот оттенок синего пришёлся Вам по душе и есть желание более глобально применить его в интерьере Вашего дома, имейте в виду, что именно этот оттенок цвета, в больших количествах, вызывает не просто спокойствие, а угнетение нервной системы вплоть до ее расстройств 🤦🏼‍♀️На последнем фото интерьер total blue, можете убедиться… 😵 . Поэтому, применяем, опять же, в разумных количествах, в отдельных зонах! Смотрим подсказки в подборке 🤗 Тогда 🔹️Classic Blue🔹️ сможет радовать глаз и вкус хозяев ☺️ . . Ваш дизайнер интерьеров Ирина Шикина 💫 . +7 916 2626 916 *************************************

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Maybe, you can bring all the freshness with White n Blue!

We clearly can’t get enough!

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FDCI Digital Fashion Week 2020

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Going digital‘ has been in progress in the field of couture, but with COVID-19 tagging along in 2020, it has brought crucial changes in the fashion industry. This has prompted a lot more lavish fashion labels to dispatch their brand to online retailers and deliver digital discussions and captivating occasions such as fashion weeks that often take the digital route. On 18 September, Fashion Design Council of India Couture Week 2020 hosted digital fashion shows with participating design planners, unveiling their collection through creative fashion movies. FDCI’s digital channels, such as the FDCI website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, will make these films available. #DecodingCouture was the official hashtag for the gathering.

The online streaming witnessed 12 countries and the most talented designers with their beautiful creations.

Day 1

It was at Navkirat Sodhi’s chant of ‘My Name is Love’ that designer Gaurav Gupta unveiled his eponymous collection at the first-ever ‘digital avatar.’ The ten-minute showcase, Gupta chose to display his work, which defied tradition, on a diverse range of models. Right from Anjali Lama, to Anjali and Manauti, a young lesbian couple, and Rudra and Anurag, a free gay couple from Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, India’s first-ever trans-female model. Designer, Suneet Verma also showcased his on Day 1. It was a mix of abstract and subtle colours. Also, the theme revolved around modern Indian women who live in ‘today’ times.

Day 2

Designer Amit Aggarwal’s collection revolved around the weightlessness of oceans, the wind and the cradle of earth. It was a breathtakingly beautiful experience to witness the power of the ocean, sky and earth altogether. In the second slot, designer Rahul Mishra took the lead and presented his collection named lotus pond. From 3D crop tops to what not! His collection is nothing but a beautiful set of clothes celebrating festivities.

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She settles and sinks, With the movement of the waves. The sound of sea, Rings in her ears. The voice of waters, Speaks to her soul. She is lost, She is found, With every wave. @laxmi_145 wears this Amit Aggarwal lehenga from our new couture collection, meticulously hand embroidered with three-dimension malleable floral forms on the blouse. The structured skirt has been created with metallic polymer strips and an additional illusive underlayer. Shop it now exclusively on www.amitaggarwal.com. 📷 : @artfotostudios . . #AAOnline #AmitAggarwalCouture #Couture #MadeInIndia #IndiaCoutureWeek2020 #DecodingCouture #InspiredByNature #AnOdeToNature . . . . . . . . #AmitAggarwalCouture #IndianCouture #Innovation #Nature #Techniques #Artisans #MakeInIndia #VocalForLocal #FormsInNature #AmitAggarwal #AACouture #Craftmanship #AAStore #CoutureCollection #NewCollection #IndianCouture  #Shop #Bride #IndianWedding

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LOTUS POND • RAHUL MISHRA FESTIVE COUTURE 2020 Jasmeet is wearing the ‘Lotus Pond’ hand embroidered 3D blouse along with the sequin-embellished ‘Lotus Pond’ lehenga with three dimensional hand embroidery detail. Official Jewellery Partner: @ambrusjewels Discover the collection at www.rahulmishra.in (link in bio) Book appointments at our flagship stores: New Delhi Kutub Boulevard, Mehrauli M: +91 96500 39960, 93114 23980 Mumbai Kala Ghoda, Fort M: +91 93267 88526 Email: online@rahulmishra.in Photography and Film Direction: @hormisantonytharakan DOP: @studiothirty6_films Photography assistants: @iamnishantsharma3 @_ankitchatterjee_ & Aaksh Website photography: @photosbyinder HMU: @gurumakeupart Model: @jasmeet.devgan Location Courtesy: @neemrana.hotels #LotusPond #RahulMishraCouture #RahulMishra #IndiaCoutureWeek #ICW2020 #DecodingCouture #Ambrus @fdciofficial

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Day 3

On the third day, JJ Valaya took the stage in his hands and showcased his couture collection “Bursa” while narrating the ottoman saga. It revolves around three key silhouettes of Indian weddings: The Lehenga, The sherwani and The Sari. On the other hand, Dolly J presented her collection “Gulenaar.” It was a palette mix of various pastel shades and beautiful jewels.

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“G𝐮𝐥𝐞𝐧𝐚𝐚r” – C𝐨𝐮𝐭𝐮𝐫𝐞 2020 𝐢𝐬 𝐧𝐨𝐰 𝐚𝐯𝐚𝐢𝐥𝐚𝐛𝐥𝐞 𝐢𝐧 𝐨𝐮𝐫 D𝐞𝐥𝐡𝐢 𝐚𝐧𝐝 M𝐮𝐦𝐛𝐚𝐢 𝐬𝐭𝐨𝐫𝐞𝐬 . Featured Here: “E𝐥𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐚” S𝐡𝐢𝐦𝐦𝐞𝐫 𝐭𝐮𝐥𝐥𝐞 𝐠𝐨𝐥𝐝 L𝐞𝐡𝐞𝐧𝐠𝐚 𝐬𝐞𝐭 Gold Shimmer tulle Lehenga set with fine cut Italian sequins & crystal embroidery teamed with an embroidered choli and statement cape; cape has structured ruffles and feather detail Our official retailers in USA @thebollywoodclosetusa We thank our team: Models: @dayanaerappa @vartikasinghh @sonalisharma29 Photography: @raju.raman Video and creative direction: @ikf_official_ Makeup and Hair: @amanendersidhu . Jewellery partner @archanaaggarwalofficial #ICW2020 #DecodingCouture #FDCIGoesDigital #dollyjcouture #gulenaar . @wedmegood @weddingsutra @vogue_wedding @shaadisaga @theweddingbrigade @bridalaffairind @zo_wed @thebollywoodclosetusa @shaadiwish @thebridesofindia @thecrimsonbride @wittyvows @wedabout @wedzo.in @weddingplz @weddingwireindia @desiclassybrides @popxo.wedding @weddingz.in @southasianbridemagazine @maharaniweddings @theweddingbrigade @ezwed.in @theweddinginc @wedabout @vogueindia @diipakhosla @santoshishetty @komalpandeyofficial @thatbohogirl @aashnashroff @thecozyvibe @shivani.singhh @juhigodambe @kushakapila @mipalkarofficial @missmalini @missmalinifashion

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Day 4

Designer Reynu Taandon presented her couture collection “Surkh” in FDCI fashion week. It revolves around showcasing and keeping the contemporary values. In the next slot, Designers Shantanu and Nikhil showcased their collection “The Resurgence.” It was an ode to hope. The collection celebrated strength, the power to adapt and rise again.

Day 5

The fifth day kick-started with designer Kunal Rawal’s collection, “Hide and Seek.” A collection that focuses on comfort, personalisation and details. Followed by ultra-talented and much-awaited, Falguni Shane Peacock. Her collection was inspired by the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur. It was a bridal couture collection named, Marry Me in Jaipur. Her showstopper was none other than the star herself, Shraddha Kapoor!

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Our showstopper Shraddha Kapoor @shraddhakapoor looks divine in a bridal red Lehenga for our first-ever digital fashion show. . . Shraddha Kapoor is wearing a bridal red, raw silk Lehenga with fuchsia pink and emerald green silk and metal thread work details. The Lehenga is embroidered in gold and adorned with crystals, stones, beads and sequins on floral motifs, elephant motifs and baroque detailing. The ensemble is styled with a handcrafted blouse with grid work and floral motifs with emerald green stone tassel details, along with a red tulle dupatta with scallop borders and tassels. . . Photographer – @avigowariker Jewellery partner – @archanaaggarwalofficial Carpets – @cocoonfinerugs @falgunipeacock @shanepeacock . . . . . #falgunishanepeacockindia #falgunishanepeacock #thepeacockmagazine #falgunipeacock #shanepeacock #shraddhakapoor #avinashgowariker

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Day 6

Starting from Anju Modi, her collection “Sindoori” was showcased on Day 6 of FDCI fashion week. It was a blend of clam, sweetness and spice. Followed by the most versatile of all, Manish Malhotra! He launched his new collection, “Ruhaaniyat” which is a tribute to the diverse heritage and soulful artistry of the Indian Craftsmen.

 

 

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Affordable Hype Sneakers That Will Never Go Out Of Style

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Collecting sneakers is a hobby more popular now than ever before – but it can also be an expensive one. The thinking goes, cool sneakers aren’t cheap and affordable hype sneakers aren’t cool, right? Not necessarily.

Not everyone can afford to constantly pay upwards of $200 for the newest sneaker release. However, getting your hands on a good looking pair of cheap sneakers is actually much easier than most think. Gone are the days where customers have to spend vast amounts of money to look fly from the ground up.

That is why we’ve put together the definitive guide to (relatively) cheap sneakers that we believe should be in every self-respecting sneakerhead’s rotation.

 

Nike Air Force 1

 

Nike Air Force Sneakers

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The fact that a true OG like the Nike Air Force 1 can still be picked up on the low makes all those Ls trying to cop the latest hyped sneaker a little more tolerable. If you don’t already own a pair of all-white AF1s, you need to do yourself a favor and stock up. The best part about choosing the Nike Air Force 1 life is that you can find the sneaker at basically any retailer. Also, if you’re looking to start your collection with affordable hype shoes, any AF1 would be a great start.

 

Adidas Originals Gazelle

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The Gazelle, the cousin of the Adidas Samba, is as sleek as… well… a real-life gazelle. If you’re sensing a pattern here it’s because there is one. Lower price-point sneakers are often more minimalist and subdued than their more expensive counterparts. The Adidas Originals Gazelle proves this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, with a versatile design that’s easy on the eyes.

 

PUMA Suede

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Converse One Star Skate

Affordable Hype

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The ultimate low-top sneaker in black suede, the Converse One Star Skate is made for those of you who actually do skate on occasion. With more foxing in the toe and padding, the sneaker can take more of a beating than most other sneakers, which, when combined with its price of under $100, makes it a very attractive option for those on a shoestring budget.

 

adidas Originals Stan Smith

ADIDAS ORIGINALS STAN SMITH

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The Air Force 1 is to Nike what Stan Smith is to Adidas. A classy, sleek silhouette that goes as well with a pair of black skinny jeans as it does with some colorful, summer-ready shorts. Like the AF1, it’s often available on sale at select retailers. If you’re bad at making up your mind, just know that Stan Smith comes in many different colors and materials, meaning there should be a pair for everyone’s tastes and preferences.

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Most Iconic Tiaras Of The Royal Family

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The one thing which pops up on our minds as we think of the royal family is the extravagant dresses and fancy jewellery. As the ultimate jewellery status symbol, tiaras are mostly the reserve of royalty and aristocrats. Heirloom pieces passed down from generation-to-generation, each piece has a history as rich as its design. Take a look at the most famous ones owned by the royal family.

The Diamond Bandeau Tiara

This tiara is possibly one of the most recognised tiaras to date. It is because of the fact that the Duchess of Sussex wore it for her marriage to Prince Harry, in 2018. The diamond and platinum encrusted headband was like many of most famous royal tiaras originally made for Queen Mary in 1932. It was to accommodate one of her prized 10-diamond brooches that was gifted to her by the County of Lincoln. Fellow wearers include Princess Margaret.

The Lover’s Knot Tiara

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The Lover’s Knot tiara is an absolute beauty. It is sometimes referred to as the Cambridge Lover’s Knot as well. This was a favourite of the late Diana, Princess of Wales. It was originally created for Queen Mary in 1914 by Garrard, using existing jewellery in the monarch’s collection. The design is thought to have been based on her grandmother, Princess Augusta. It was inherited by Queen Elizabeth II, then lent to Diana on her wedding day in 1981.

The Cartier Halo Tiara

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The Cartier Halo tiara was commissioned by George VI in 1936, three weeks before he ascended the throne. He gave it to the Queen Mary who then gifted it to Queen Elizabeth II on her 18th birthday. It was then inherited by Princess Anne, who has worn it several times.It was made famous when it was worn by Kate Middleton on her wedding day to Prince William. Additionally, the subtle headpiece features 739 brilliant-cut diamonds and 149 uncut diamonds.

The Girls of Great Britain Piece

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The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland tiara holds pride of place on British coins and banknotes. It was originally a wedding gift given to Queen Mary in 1893. The piece can be dismantled to be worn as a necklace or a coronet and, in the early 1900s, the base was removed so it could be worn as a separate headband. Queen Elizabeth II was was gifted this tiara for her wedding to Prince Philip in 1947.

The Lotus Flower Tiara

The sparkling Lotus Flower Tiara has graced the heads of several generations of royal women. Made from a necklace given to the future Queen Mother, this piece has a distinct ‘lotus’ motif. Both Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret wore it regularly. It is now worn by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. As a result, this is one of the most loved pieces of jewellery among the royal family members.

The Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara

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The Queen has an impressive collection of tiaras. Yet there is one that is thought to be her favourite – a piece she turns to again and again – the Vladimir. Created for Grand Duchess Maria of Russia, it was smuggled out of Russia following the assassination of Tsar.  This tiara is made up of 15 diamond circles interlocked. Additionally, the hanging pearls can be swapped out for diamonds or emeralds.

The Delhi Durbar Tiara

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One of the biggest tiaras in the collection, this platinum and gold piece features lyres, scrolls and festoons. The durbar was a massive celebration held in Delhi to mark the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary as Emperor and Empress of India. It was also the only one of the Indian coronation durbars to be actually attended by the royals themselves. Moreover,  it is a family heirloom passed on to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

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