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We The Women- An Unique Event By Facebook




Women empowerment is not just a word anymore, It’s the need of the hour. Despite all the advances you read of, there are thousands of women even today who need a platform to voice their stories and that’s exactly what Barkha Dutt did through a unique, participatory, one of its kind festival titled We The Women. The summit was curated by journalist Barkha Dutt. Veteran actress Rathna Pathak-Shah models Varshita Thatavarthi and Seema Hari were also part of the panel.

Dutee Chand On Being Openly Lesbian


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National sprinter Dutee Chand shared her experience being India’s first openly lesbian athlete. “My parents have still not accepted me living with another woman. I don’t have a relationship with my sister. They do not let my sister-in-law speak to me as well,” said Ms Dutee. The current national record holder for the women’s 100m spoke about her battles while pursuing her dreams of being an athlete.

I am just a girl who is ambitious: Sara


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“Being a star kid, attention and scrutiny are much more. But, I don’t think it is a burden. We do have the privilege of better access. But, there are many people waiting to see us fail. However, the audience and media have given me more love than I deserve. I am blind to negative vibes,” says Sara. “Because of the way I have grown up, I am not a victim. I recognise the fact that our society can have a regressive view of women. It starts from mothers preferring sons to daughters. Change must begin in the family”, Sara shared her thoughts on women empowerment.

Sai Pallavi’s Thoughts On Colorism

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Actor Sai Pallavi and models like Varshita Thatavarthi and Seema Hari looked comfortable in their own skin when they were discussing, at length, colourism and racism (associated with skin colour) at the ‘We the Women’ in Bengaluru event. Sai Pallavi’s categorical refusal to endorse a fairness product, which made people sit up and take note, became the starting point of the conversation. The women shared their thoughts on various aspects of how society still treats women differently based on their skin colour, forcing many to resort to extreme measures to ‘fit into’ the ‘ideal version’ of women.

Rathna Pathak’s Take On The Ideal Sanskaar

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While advocacy and fighting against discrimination lay on one side, it is an undeniable fact that change, like charity, must begin from home. “Until we address all the prejudice (we have) within, all this is going to be superficial,” said Rathna Pathak, adding that there is a pressing need to drive the message of diversity across the industries, more so because India is a hot-bed of diversity. “We are in a place where diversity is a given. But what causes this (discrimination based on skin tone)? When we point at a child and comment on her/his colour, what kind of culture are we boasting about? It is about time we examine our ‘sanskriti’,” she says.

Model Varshita Tharavarthi’s Struggles

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Model Varshita Tharavarthi recalled the days she was made to sit separately in her school in New Delhi. She is one of the models for top Indian fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. “It was a time when we didn’t have Rihanna or Beyonce. We didn’t know to celebrate ourselves. Dealing with such discrimination was traumatic,” said Varshita. The world will continue to explore our insecurities. Until those insecurities exist, the prejudice will never end,” she adds.

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Who Wore What For Katy Perry Welcome Party!




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Pop-music sensation Katy Perry arrived in India, three days before her much-awaited performance at the OnePlus Music Festival in Mumbai. The ‘Roar’ singer who landed in India a few days back to perform at a music festival on November 16, exchanged hugs and handshakes with people from the film fraternity including Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Alia Bhatt, Jacqueline Fernandez, Kiara Advani, Ananya Panday, Neha Dhupia, among others. 

And only if you live under a rock would you not that Karan Johar hosted a welcome party for her. Attended by all biggies of B-Tow, this was one party we wish were invited for.

Check out the best looks of the night!

Anushka Sharma

The best of the night! Anushka Sharma looked smoking party in a silver dress with sleep hair and smokey eyes. We Love this look

Jacqueline Fernandez

Jacqueline stole the show with luxurious silver and black full-length gown from Alina Anwar Couture’s latest collection

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Kajol Devgn

Looking forever young in a white & black jumpsuit, Kajol looked ravishing as ever

Ananya Pandey

The newest hottie on board, Ananya opted for an all-black look. Easy to replicate and can seldom go wrong. We heart the sheer top and leather pants

Natasha Poonawala

Adding the ‘P’ to the Party, Natasha looked like disco ball in this blingy number. We heart the red lip!

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Bling it on 💫

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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

The world’s most beautiful girl, Aish opted for an all-black outfit with a pop of colour in the form of a multicolour jacket.

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🥰🤗❤️More Power to You…. 🌟🌈 💝Love n Light✨

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Malaika Arora

She opted a shimmering number with an LBD and went for smokey eyes and dewy makeup. We love the loose curls the most

Alia Bhatt

Saving the best for the last, Alia looked absolutely stunning in a shirt dress by Roberta Einer. We wanted to steal it ASAP

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Here is a glimpse of what Katy Perry final performance looked like


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Winter Wardrobe Essentials That Are A Must Have!




Winters are knocking at our doorsteps and it’s time to go shop and stack winter essentials that one can’t possibly do without. Every year the fashion changes and thus fashion trends change. This year, 2019, has its own winter essentials to offer that you probably should buy.

Winter Essentials You Need

1. Skinny Jeans

Skinny jeans are perfect for winter as their streamlined silhouette allows you to layer multiple items on top for warmth. You can wear them with flat heel booties and a leather jacket in the day. Or pointy-toe heels and a silk drape top for a night out on the town. Hence, one can never go wrong with these.



2. Cashmere Sweater

A cashmere sweater is a chic layering piece can be as easy to dress up as it is to dress down. This sweater looks great with a collared shirt protruding from underneath and goes with everything including midi skirts, jeans, printed trousers and leather pants.



3. Statement Coat

In winter your outerwear is the most important aspect of your wardrobe so why not make a statement? A statement coat will add a pop of color to any neutral or all-black outfit.



4. Over The Knee Boots

Warm and chic – the perfect winter combination! Over the knee boots can be dressed down with jeans and a jumper for a casual daytime look or glammed up with a skirt or mini dress at night.


5. Knitted Jumper Dress

The easiest way to show a little leg and stay cosy at the same time is by wearing a knitted jumper dress. For added warmth, pair it with tights or pop your favourite winter coat on top.


6. Turtleneck Top 

Investing in a turtleneck top will ensure that your neck is nice and snug all winter long! This style looks good with anything whether it be paired with a sweater and sleeveless dress, or simply worn on its own with jeans.


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Indian Brands That Are Breaking Gender Binaries




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Fashion apparels for the longest time mostly catered for one or the other gender. But times are changing and so are the fashion industries and fashion labels. With much of the youth wanting to break barriers, these clothing brands are only a step forward in the right direction. Here are the Indian fashion brands that are breaking gender binaries with their fashion clothing line –

1) NorBlack NorWhite

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This brand has successfully brought back Indian traditional art and design and transformed it into something completely modern. The fashion label prides itself in being genderfluid and does not discriminate between genders. There is no separation made in terms of fabric, designs or patterns when it comes to gender. You can pick up a shirt, jacket, pant of any type with no worries of the gender divide. A truly remarkable leap into the future with remnants of the past.

2) Huemn

This brand has had made many a showcasing on the Lakme Fashion Week and is hugely popular. Their fashion and style is new, refreshing and everchanging. While most of their clothes can be worn by anyone and anybody without much worry about the gender divide, they have added a particular non-binary section on their site as well. The Huemn brand believes in casual and comfortable wear and that’s exactly the sort of clothes you’ll find here.

3) Anaam

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The fashion label Anaam is founded by Sumiran Kabir Sharma who has garnered much recognition and fame for himself and his brand. Anaam is a label that designs non-binary clothing. The clothing is loose-fitting with a drape like look to it. It can be worn by any gender without being pushed into the gender divide. This brand has clothes that are both out of the box, fashionable and truly comfortable.

4) Bobo Calcutta

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If you’re looking for some printed clothes which are both fun and quirky without the gender divide, Bobo Calcutta might be the one fashion brand for you. The fashion label was found by Ayushman Mitra who has taken inspiration from his own art to create the fashion line. With crazy colours to even crazier patterns that still look beautiful on anybody and everybody, Bobo Calcutta is here to tear down the wall of gender binaries.

5) Bloni


This is a fashion label that mixes sustainability with gender fluidity. The clothes from their brand can not only be worn by anyone but are also suited to wear on most events and occasions. From a hangout with friends to a formal meeting, there are loads of experimentations you can do with the clothing from this brand.

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