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Last week witnessed the country’s most celebrated event with A-list fashion designers coming together and enchanting us with their brilliant craftsmanship. The India Couture Week 2016 gave us major wedding outfit goals!


Manish Malhotra

Ace fashion designer showcased his collection ‘The Persian Story’ with a beautiful display of intricate motif embroidery on aged velvet creating an old world charm.


Anita Dongre

A bride with the cornrows! Anita Dongre’s ‘Epic Love’ inspired by Mughal Gardens totally got us hooked with the entire boho princess look.


Tarun Tahiliani

Taking us back to the roots, the designer displayed his collection ‘The Last Dance of the Courtesans’ paying ode to the royal courtesans. Keeping his collection super glamorous yet contemporary, the designer nailed the theme.



Reynu Taandon

Inspired by the Rajasthani Heritage with a touch of traditional craftsmanship, Reynu Taandon awed us with her collection ‘Kamangari’. The collection was dominated by Rajasthani art motifs and traditional colors worn by the Rajastani brides.


Rimple & Hapreet Narula

Who said Indian bride can’t wear white?! Drawing the inspiration from late Khalil Gibran, the duo-designer rolled out their collection ‘Hiraeth’. The collection highlighted with work ranging from thread embroidery to sequences in sizes big and small is ideal for the brides who aren’t afraid of experimenting.



Varun Bahl

Master couturier Varun Bahl’s ‘Vintage Garden’ collection was high on structure and petals. Inspired by the range of colourful flowers, the collection talks about exactly what 21st century brides would like to don on their D-Day.


Manav Gangwani

Titled Begum-e-Jannat, the designer turned heads with his collection inspired by Mughal Era. A stunner, as what we like to call, the collection embraced the true essence of royal age with intricate details and bold colours.


Rohit Bal

Bringing the curtain down at India Couture Week 2016, Rohit Bal slayed the runway with his magical collection ‘Kehkashaan’ inspired from the  grandeur of the Czars Russia. Heavily embroidered and bejewelled silhouettes featuring floor-sweeping anarkalis, majestic lehengas, ravishing gowns were nothing less than a masterpiece.


Don’t tell us these didn’t have you dreaming about your wedding outfit!

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10 Outfits At The Billboard Music Awards That Gave Us The Feels

Just as we were recuperating from the glam gala a.k.a. the 69th Cannes Film Festival, the Billboard Music Awards happened in Las Vegas this weekend. And frankly, now we need some serious CPR! Here are the 10 divas responsible for it.


  1. Ariana Grande

We let out a ‘yaba daba doo’ as Grande went ‘blue daba dee’ in this smoking hot blue and black Atelier Versace dress.Ariana-Grande

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  1. Laverne Cox

Give us a moment as we get our breath back. Laverne Cox looked like a billion bucks in this black and beige train gown. The diva gave all the girls a reason to hit the gym. Just look at them curves!Laverne-Cox

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  1. Kesha

Kesha looked every bit as glamorous in a violet embroidered pant-suit layered with a white button down. The singer added to the charm with a pair of golden shimmer block heels.kesha

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  1. Ciara

Ciara absolutely slayed onlookers with this silver Philip Plein ‘peek-a-boo’ number paired with those strappy stilettos.Ciara

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  1. Priyanka Chopra

More Atelier Versace was spotted as Chopra walked down in this brilliant blue halter neck gown.priyanka chopra

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  1. Lucy Hale

Hale sported a delicate lace skirt teamed with a pretty plum high-collar top that matched her statement box clutch.lucy hale

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  1. Demi Lovato

The former Disney starlet rocked a chic gothic look in this Chanel pairing complete with kinky leather gloves and dark eyes.demi lovato

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  1. Zendaya

Zendaya looked effortlessly elegant in a peach crop top and high-waited fish-cut skirt from Calvin Klein Collection.Zendaya

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  1. Halsey

The young singer stunned onlookers in a glamorous graphic Fausto Puglisi ensemble teamed with silver daintly silver stilettos.Halsey

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  1. Kate Beckinsale

A flawless vision in white, Beckinsale made us skip a beat as she walked in in this crisp Hamel gown with the plunging neckline.Kate Beckinsale

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Major fashion goals have been set!

Top 10 Jaw Dropping Looks At The Met Gala

Unless you live under a solid rock, devoid of any information from the outside world, you’d have known by now about the star-studded fashion parade that was the Met Gala. The evening saw the who’s who of the Big Apple and Hollywood gathered together in a swarm of enviable ensembles. Here are our 10 favorite picks.


  1. Nina Dobrev

I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t cry a little when I saw this floating vision in fawn. Nina Dobrev wore an elegant Marchesa gown embellished with sequins.nina-dobrev-gettyimages-527359446_2


  1. Emma Stone

The actress graced the event with a pristine white clinched-at-the waist Prada number. The plunging neckline and overstated belt added just the right amount of glam.emma-stone_1


  1. Zendaya

Decked in a Michael Kors pick the actress looked gorgeous. The caramel brown sequinned gown that only the sleek Zendaya could slip into, was perfection.zendaya-gettyimages-527359892_1


  1. Jourdan Dunn

It was platinum all the way for Jourdan Dunn. The sultry model opted for a shiny number by Balmain, one that totally complemented her silver and coal ombre locks.jourdan-dunn.jpg


  1. Uma Thurman

Looking clean and sharp as ever, Uma Thurman went for an asymmetric-hemmed white ensemble by Tommy Hilfiger, which she paired with a sleek hairdo and strappy stilettoes.uma-thurman


  1. Alessandra Ambrosio

The stunning Brazilian model turned heads in a gorgeous eggshell crochet gown by Balmain. Clinched at the waist with a statement metallic belt, Ambrosio was walking proof of the fact that crochet is still in fashion.alessandra


  1. Jessica Hart

Standing out amid the sea of gorgeous gowns and high heels was Jessica Hart in her maroon and beige Azzedine Alaia crop top and asymmetric skirt. Hart coupled the chic ensemble with a pair of high ankle boots that spelled out glam!jessica-hart


  1. Emma Watson

Our tear ducts gave into the pressure yet again. Emma Watson looked flawless (yet again) in a regal and crisp off-shoulder black and white design by Calvin Klein.gallery-1462239520-best-dressed-emma-watson


  1. Amber Heard

The gorgeous lady in Ralph Lauren, Heard went for a champagne satin trail gown gathered at the side and paired with towering stilettoes. The actress totally slayed it with a sultry red lip and golden tresses swooped to one side.amber-heard_2


  1. Karlie Kloss

Another surreal vision in white, Karlie Kloss flaunted a sweltering Brandon Maxwell design that did complete justice to those curves and our eyes.karlie-kloss_1

*wolf whistles*

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10 Looks That Blew Us Away At The Lakmé Fashion Week Summer Resort ‘16

Just when we thought it couldn’t get any hotter, the designers at the Lakme Fashion Week proved us wrong. The week that was, saw some uber chic designs featured in the Summer Resort ’16 show of the LFW. Here are 10 of our favorite looks that got us dreaming of paradise.


  1. Payal Singhal

Payal Singhal managed to create magic in this ensemble with a slight puff at the shoulders and lots of pleating all over. It does not get classier than this all-over print saree and those delicate embroidered net sleeves! *wipes tear*payal singhal


  1. Prama by Pratima Pandey

What’s resort wear without some airy butterfly sleeves? Although there was a sweeping lot more to Pratima Pandey’s collection but our eyes were glued to these crisp white shorts and the casual boat-neck butterfly top that sat puckered at the waist.prama


  1. Vrisa by Rahul & Shikha

You know a collection has nailed it when you can’t just pick one look as a favorite. But alas, we did. Designers Rahul and Shikha went back to summer basics with a range done entirely in cotton. This (almost) sweeping flared button down worn over a wide leg trouser and accessorized with a lace-trim scarf is a keeper.rahul shikha


  1. Quirkbox

The label went with the tagline ‘This is not fashion. This is art’ for its collection. And art it was. Quirkbox took its signature quirk to a whole new level with iconic motifs printed atop light summer fabrics in muted pastels. We are totally in love with this peplum crop top paired with a pair of cool AF scallop-hem shorts and button down A-line frock dress.quirkbox


  1. Rajesh Pratap Singh

Rajesh Pratap Singh brought the elegant brocades of Kinkhab to life with his latest collection. The designer in collaboration with Haseem Muhammad has got us rooting for this casual knee length gaucho and cowl top combo in eggshell. The long jacket with its rolled up sleeves simply adds to the relaxed guise.rajesh pratap singh


  1. Ka-Sha

With a sharp focus or sustainable textile and the handloom expertise of India, Ka Sha brought to the runway a collection that was as funky as it was beautiful. Our pick had to be this printed navy palazzo and kurta duo with accents of teal and a dash of quirk.ka sha


  1. Dhruv Vaish

Dhruv Vaish’s menswear collection was a stunner. The palette went from a sultry indigo to a subdued ecru and our personal favorite was this ultra stylish two-tone jumpsuit in celestial hues. Layered with the printed jacket in muted mauve and paired with those casual leather slippers, this look got us hyperventilating.dhruv vaish


  1. ASA

Done in all natural fabrics, the ASA collection was a stunner. The range portrayed a plethora of relaxed silhouettes doused in understated natural/vegetable dyes. Our pick was this knee length kurta teamed with a mid-sleeved long blazer, worn over ankle length trousers.asa


  1. Injiri

Once again the spotlight of this collection was on organic textile. Injiri featured garments done in sustainable fabrics couple with neo-contemporary design aesthetics. This super comfy wide-legged trouser, cotton shirt and easy peplum jacket got us swooning. Just take our money and hand over that ensemble already!injiri


  1. Anushree Reddy

So our list of favorites is not all ecru, ivory and indigo. Anushree Reddy’s contemporary Indian range added just the right amount of tinted accent to it. This ivory empire-waist kurta with its asymmetric hem and net yolk, layered with matching palazzos and an embellished drape with accents of lemon and lime gave us the feels.anushree reddy


Who’s up for some summer sojourning?


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10 Tips To Clean & Protect Your Jewelry

If diamonds are a girl’s BFF, then the rest of the pieces can easily qualify as close kin too. Therefore it is only fair to protect these fancy folks of yours with utmost care. Follow these 10 tips to keep your jewelry squeaky clean and protect them against damage.


  1. First and foremost, whether fake, real or semi-precious jewelry, every single piece of jewelry deserves a dry place devoid of humidity for storage. Lets not oxidize things on our own.JewelryStorageCabinet.jpg

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  1. Avoid taking your jewelry for swims, spas, sports, showers or any other activities that involve direct contact with rough surfaces, water, soap or chemicals.Cleaning-Your-Jewelry

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  1. When getting ready, make sure to put on jewelry after your make up is done. Your foundation looks best only on your skin. Also, refrain from getting perfume on your ornaments to avoid tarnishing.backstage-beauty-tips-stylelist-canada-6


  1. Always use warm water to clean your jewelry and try not a clutter-free storage system for minimum abrasion.storage

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  1. Gold doesn’t tarnish but it does get dull overtime owing to lotion, dirt or your body’s natural oils. The best way to restore the sheen is by dipping the piece in a mix of water and a very (VERY) mild detergent for a few minutes and then gently scrubbing it with a very soft – ideally baby – toothbrush. Rinse and wipe with a polishing cloth.gold


  1. Gold-plated items are exposed to wearing away of the coating so store them smartly. Either keep them in a velvet-lined box or wrap in a soft cloth before keeping. To clean up, gently wipe your jewelry with a damp cotton cloth. This will eliminate any dirt or dust on the surface. Alternatively, a non-abrasive polishing cloth too can help restore the shine.diamond-cleaning.png

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  1. Silver – if not oxidized – is a delicate and soft metal and unless you’re aiming for a grunge look, you’ll want it scratch-free and shiny. Use either proper silver cleaning cloth or 100% cotton to wipe it up gently. Other materials like polyester, paper or coarse fabrics often contain wood fibers or synthetics that can cause tiny scratches in the surface of your fine sterling silver jewelry.silver

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  1. Store stone-encrusted pieces, diamonds or gemstones separately. For example, before putting away stone earrings in a box, seal them both in different pouches to avoid scratches from rubbing together. Quick Tip: Never hold on to the stone while taking off diamond or stone encrusted pieces as this may cause the gem stone wriggle free.take-off-engagement-ring-0.jpg


  1. Diamonds – the BFF – require regular cleaning. soak the diamond in an ammonia-based household cleaner (such as window cleaner) overnight, once or twice weekly. In the morning, remove the diamond from the cleaner and brush it with a soft, clean toothbrush to remove any leftover dirt. Make sure you clean the back of the diamond well as this is the area that gathers most of the oil and dirt.Safely-Clean-Diamond-Ring-Step-3-Version-2

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  1. Your pearls are extra sensitive so refrain from storing them with other articles. It is best to keep them in satin-lined boxes to keep scratches and nicks at bay. Cleaning up pearls is a delicate job and therefore make sure your cleaner is marked safe for the same and additionally, use a drop of olive oil to wipe your pearl pieces to retain the luster.pearl

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Time to care for your bling things!

10 Looks At The Amazon India Fashion Week A/W 16 That Got Us Drooling

The week that was, saw a plethora of glamor, catwalks, high-heeled struts and fashion. It was, after all, the Amazon India Fashion Week A/W ’16! The 5 days of endless head-turning style has still got us dizzy and here are 10 looks we’ve been dreaming of ever since!


  1. Anupama Dayal

Ok so, we may be suckers for drama and a tad bit of OTT, but you’ve to hand it over to Dayal for taking up the wild Tribal form and giving it the contemporary edge. Take away all that accessory extravaganza and throw in a pair of platform lace-ups and you’ve got yourself your next “OOTT” garb!anupamaa


  1. Anavila

Winters are romanticized with pristine neutrals and muted tones, which Anavila’s palette nattily plays on. Hit the town with this carefree layered look complete with chich slate grey oxfords and frilled socks. This might be the first time we put ‘frilled socks’ and ‘stylish’ in the same sentence!anavila


  1. Anju Modi

The designer got us by our popping eyes yet again! Just when we thought Bajirao Mastani was the epitome of embellishment and dazzle (which it still sort of is) Modi went ahead and tailored this ghaghra-choli duo teamed with an achromatic long jacket with shoulder, collar and cuff details that gave us serious kinari goals!


  1. Rajesh Pratap Singh

Allow us to drool a bit more.

The designer plays with a palette of rich Indigos and golden block prints to craft a look that is elegant yet uber chic. The garment dons on a healthy dose of golden, a fair share of elegance and just the right amount of layers to earn itself the Rajesh Pratap Singh earmark.rajesh pratap


  1. Joy Mitra

This Joy Mitra creation boasts of flowing layered palazzo trousers adorned with an embroidered waistbelt and draped in lovely maroon and indigo ajrakh prints. Paired with an embroidered top and hand printed scarf, the look encompasses some of the best facets of Indian textile.joy mitra


  1. Pero by Aneeth Arora

Young, eclectic, crazy and free are just some of the words that describe this monochromatic layered look by Aneeth Arora. The juxtaposed stripes and print turn up the outlandish while the black crop tones it down a bit. The dash of red on the heels is about all the tinting this garment needed.pero


  1. Bodice

Another monochrome marvel, this olive ensemble look by Bodice is as careful as it is free. The layers are in a beautiful symphony and together create a flow, which is gorgeously earthed by crisp ankle length ivory trousers and loafers.bodice


  1. Ikai by Ragini Ahuja

Done in shades of tan, russet and coffee, this casual day look by Ragini Ahuja is a keeper. The combination of neutral shades and easy separates topped off with a simple beret gives this ensemble a classy as well as young edge.ikai ragini ahuja


  1. Antar Agni by Ujjwal Dubey

Playing on subdued greys, rusts and russets, Antar Agni crafts out a range tailor-made for the experimental hunk. This look features an angrakha with a semi-cowled modern edge, teamed with a classy salwar. The minimal rust details and chocolate Balmorals turn up the fashion ante by several notches.Antar Agni


  1. Virtues by Viral, Ashish & Vikrant

Vintage royalty meets the modern-day fashionista in Virtues’ AW16 collection. Ditching snug empire waist for a lax, belted midriff sets this anarkali apart from the rest. The kurta boasts of classy threadwork teamed with rich fabric. Layered over a plush skirt and finished off with regal jewelry, the look spells out India.Virtues


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10 Inspirational Women To Laud This International Women’s Day

The 8th day of March marks a special day on the calendar. Here are 10 women who broke away from the resolute society mindset and carved a niche of their very own. Here’s to their undying spirit of being winners, achievers and most of all to their spirit of womanhood.

  1. Rosa Parks

One simple gesture and three simple words – “No I’m not” – made Rosa Parks a criminal and an overnight icon for the US Civil Rights Movement. Her crime? She dared to refuse a “white person” who asked her to give up her seat in a bus.Rosa-Parks


  1. Malala Yousafzai

The modern-day flagbearer of equality, Malala is one woman the entire globe looks up to. the 17-year old Nobel Prize winner stands strong on her beliefs despite a near death experience as a young girl.GTY_malala_yousafzai_jt_131006_16x9_992


  1. Kalpana Chawla

Chawla became the first Indian woman to touch the skies (literally). The Indo-American astronaut although couldn’t make it back safe, continues to inspire millions of aspiring astronauts the world over.kalpana


  1. Coco Chanel

The legendary designer blurred all gender norms with her revolutionary style and designs that spelled out androgyny.coco-chanel-3


  1. Bachendri Pal

The Indian mountaineer did her country proud, as she became the first woman to Summit Mt. Everest –the highest peak on land – in 1948.MP-govt-honours24036


  1. Mary Wollstonecraft

Probably one of the first vicars of women’s right and feminism, in 1972 Wollstonecraft suggested that men and women should be considered equal as rational beings.Mary-Wollstonecraft


  1. Arunima Sinha

Not only did Arunima Sinha, a national level volleyball player, tackle the world’s highest peak – Mt. Everest – she did so despite an amputated leg post a fatal attack where she was brutally thrown off a train by a bunch of thieves.604x403xarunimasinha2015030306072354f54f9bd72dc-1024x683.jpg.pagespeed.ic.vb0VtECkIZ


  1. Marie Curie

With two Nobel Prizes to her name (1903 and 1911), Madame Curie fought off sexism throughout her shining career. Apart from her groundbreaking work on X-Rays, she also helped arm ambulances with x-ray gear, driving them herself to the front lines during the Great War.madame-curie


  1. Florence Nightingale

The celebrated woman went against the wishes of her family and became a nurse and took an army of 38 nurses to Turkey’s military hospital during the Crimean War of 1853. This was the first time women had been allowed to do so.florence-nightingale2


  1. Valentina Tereshkova

Another inspiring woman to have touched the stars, Valentina, a former textile worker from the Soviet Union became the first woman in space, orbiting the earth forty-eight times at the mere of 26!Valentina-Tereshkova


And although 10 is too small a number to applaud the innumerable successful professionals, homemakers, mothers, wives and daughters all over the world, we salute women every one of these inspiring women and what they stand for.

And to commemorate International Women’s Day, My Envy Box gives all you beauties a special 15% discount on the March Beauty Box, one month Jewelry Box and on all Eminence products. Offer valid only on the 8th of March ’16 so make the most of it, ladies!BIG-BANNER

The Biggest Beauty Trends To Flaunt In 2016

2015 saw a lot of contouring, nudes and glitter in places that were, well, unorthodox. With celebs sporting flawlessly illuminated faces to us simpletons blending food and beauty, the year adventurous to say the least. Keeping up with the spirit of experiment and splendor, here is what 2016 will be filling your social media feeds with.


  1. Glitter Roots

Following the ombre look, this year hair stylists and fashionistas will be vouching for adding some dazzling shine to your hair roots.glitter roots


  1. Big Lips

The lip colors will get a lot of attention this year, as the bold lips will make a re-appearance. From flawlessly tattooed to impeccably lined, 2016 will be all about that puckering pout.dark-lips-trend


  1. Stiletto Nails

Ditch those neatly manicured round and rectangular nails for a sharper look. The almond or stiletto nails will be the ‘it’ ting this year.almond nails


  1. The ‘X’ Neck Line

This neckline will be frequenting the womenswear section in 2016. So a strappy X-shaped neck is what you should be eyeing at the shops for your next party.x neck


  1. The Gender Bend

Androgyny will make a comeback this year in terms of make-up. Sport a clean dewy face with heavy brows and a natural lip stain.androgyny


  1. Statement Bag

Go heavy on totes and handbags that speak your mind. Graphic, shaped and bags with quotes will be big this season.statement1


  1. Laser Facials

Although an existing regime, the laser skin treatment will see a lot more buyers this year. Thanks to he fast moving lifestyle, laser skin clinics will be making money off our faces. Literally.laser


  1. Palm Bracelet

Similar to the rings that refused to sit at the base of our fingers (yes, midi rings, we’re looking at you), the bracelet too will see a slight shift from the wrist towards the palm.palm bracelet


  1. Flatforms

Another trend making a re-appearance in 2016 will be chunky flatforms, making our heel game a little less painful.flatforms


  1. Color – Rose Quartz & Serenity

The color palette will see a breath of cool and soft shades like the rost quarts and a happy tranquil blue.pantone-color-of-the-year-2016-rose-quartz-serenity-designboom

10 Fashion Documentaries To Catch Up With This Winter

Winters are a time of snuggling up under the comforter with your fuzzy PJ and sweatshirt on. The season calls for maximum hot chocolate and spiced latte guzzling with a glass of bourbon here and there. This winter ditch your books for a while and get your movie library updated with these fashion documentaries we’ve picked out for you!


  1. Unzipped – Douglas Keeve (1995)

Follow Isaac Mizarahi as he plans and puts together his fall 1994 collection. You can almost feel the excitement and anxiety rub off of Mizarahi through the lens.20-best-fashion-documentaries-to-watch-19UNZIPPED-1995


  1. Style Wars – Tony Silver (1983)

The documentary captures the growing hip-hop scene of the 80s in 70 short minutes. Silver takes you along the NYC of the late 70s with an emphasized focus on graffiti and street dancing.Stylewars_cover


  1. The September Issue – RJ Cutler (2009)

This one doesn’t need an introduction. If you’re even remotely aware of the fashion industry, you’ll know who Anna Vintour is and why Meryl Streep was such a tough cookie in The Devil Wears Prada.Issue


  1. The Secret World of Haute Couture – Margy Kimmonth (2007)

Experience haute couture through the eyes of millionaire customers and top-notch designers as Kimmonth gives you a sneak peek into their dramatic but fashionable universe.20-best-fashion-documentaries-to-watch-18THE-SECRET-WORLD-OF-HAUTE-COUTURE


  1. Annie Leibovitz: Life Through A Lens – Barbara Leibovitz (2007)

Barbara Leibovitz pilots us through the creative mind of iconic photographer Annie Leibovitz, who is most findly remembered for her times with the Rolling Stones is acknowledged as a living milestone of the international photography scene.Annie-Leibovitz_Life-Through-a-Lens


  1. McQueen And I – Louise Osmond (2011)

Mcqueen is often remembered as the person who painted the fashion scene with his eccentric and innovative fashion palette. Take a walk through the personal life and eccentric works of the fashion genius that was Alexander McQueen.20-best-fashion-documentaries-to-watch-16MCQUEEN-AND-I


  1. In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye – Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato (2012)

Released on the occasion of Vogue’s 120th birthday, the documentary gives us a behind the scenes of the world’s most influential fashion magazine.20-best-fashion-documentaries-to-watch-3IN-VOGUE


  1. Material Success – Jesse Mann (2012)

Material Success documents the misfortunes of fashion designer Bruno Ierullo as he gears up for his first runway show after a personal tragedy inspires him to risk his life savings on a career change.MV5BNjY3NDg0MDQzNl5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwNTY3NjU1Nw@@._V1_UY1200_CR90,0,630,1200_AL_


  1. Chasing Beauty – Brent Huff (2013)

Peek into the entangled world of modeling. The documentary starts off with the intriguing fact, which states that 25 percent of young American women would rather win America’s Next Top Model than the Nobel Peace Prize. We’ll leave the rest for you to watch and find out!ChasingBeauty_comp03_web_V03


  1. Dior And I – Frédéric Tcheng (2014)

Dior & I records the backstage drama of when Raf Simons become the label’s creative director and his fashion-laden journey thereafter. Spoiler alert: Tons of fabrics, color schemes and collections ahead!mmt795-flat-packshot-medium


10 Fashion Trends That Have Symbolized Beauty Over The Years

In the first quarter of the 20th century the world saw a swarm of iconic leading ladies and charm exuberayting faces that took screens and poster by storm. What made these faces so special and so iconic that each represented am entire decade? It’s safe to say that each decade had a signature style and element of its own and these 10 fashion trends bring out the best of each epoch.



Following the War and the Wall Street Crash, the 20s saw an opportunity for introducing new trends to emphasize on renewal and freshness. The age flaunted broody and heavily kohled eyes alongside Coco Chanel’s famed bronze tan.



Taking away the heavy kohl from the 20s, the 30s saw sultry eyes topped with arched and plucked-to-a-thin-line eyebrows with lips that were dark with n almost vamp-like effect.



The ‘Gone With The Wind’ era stood for a woman’s natural beauty. Icons like Vivien Leigh and Ingrid Bergman flaunted a dainty look. The standout element of this era was the curly waves or pin curls to add style to bob and blunts.



The age of Monroe and her beauty spot saw trendy elements like cat eyes with dollops of caked make up to create a flawless exterior. The impeccable peachy slate was strewn over with thick lashes and bold liners that spelled out drama and glamour.



The faces were bright and the eyes spelled out drama. The 60s saw dramatically long lashes – that were first adorned by supermodel Twiggy – complemented a minimum use of blush and base and that.



Everybody in the 70s was going ‘Mamma Mia’ over the sudden change from demure to disco. The change was rendered into women’s vanity cases in the form of shimmer and shine as they splashed on illuminated powders, shadows and stark liners.



The “Madonnian” era, the 80s defined its style statement with exaggerated bold eyes smothered with brilliant metallic eye shadow and accentuated cheekbones that boasted of rosy blush.



This was the era of the subtle metallic lipstick and the ultra trendy face-framing tendrils. The 90s taught the woman how to look carefully effortless with the precise picking out of the hair strands from their do that hung down on the sides of faces.



Keeping the top-mop in focus, this decade saw heads of chunky bold highlights. From stark contrasts to vibrant experiments, the tresses of 2000 spelled out trendy. Though a hot trend, the chunky highlights calmed down to give us the blended highlights.



A peachy fresh and illuminated face with playful – even graphic – bold eyes has been the trendsetter for this decade so far. With palettes that emphasize on nudes and naturals, the 2010s are all about minimalism.