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Dubai invites ‘futuristic’ vision for new Emirati dawn

Dubai Culture has launched the ‘Emirati Futurism Competition’ inviting creative talents from across the country to share their visions of the future of Emirati culture & its evolution through technology. The competition comprises seven categories including: Architecture and Urbanism; Fashion and Jewelry; Product and Industrial Design; Photography and Graphic Design; Film and Animation; Music and […]...Read More

Namita’s Natter // Why does India have a problem with

“Why don’t you wear a bra and bangles also?”“You need to come out of the closet.”“Gay.”“Start behaving like a man, try playing football.” These are just some of the (more decent) comments that India’s male influencers are bombarded with on a daily basis. Why, you ask? Because they use make-up. And this truly exposes the […]...Read More

BTS’s iconic ‘Dynamite’ costumes now on auction!

The K-pop band members of BTS are offering up their outfits from the music video of their hit single “Dynamite” to the highest bidder in a Beverly Hills, California, charity auction in January. The pink, blue, yellow and lavender pastel outfits the seven singers wore in the record-setting video are expected to fetch what Julien’s […]...Read More

Gucci flaunts wild, wild 60s with a dash of Gen

Gucci is revisiting 1960s handbags and other classics in its latest collection, mixing them with up-to-the-minute sneakers and logoed skateboards, as it seeks to reach a wider audience and reverse a fall in sales after years of stellar growth. With traditional fashion shows cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic, designer Alessandro Michele teamed up with […]...Read More

‘11.11’: A row of one’s whirl in the biggest e-shopping

Consumers worldwide snapped up everything from food to electronics to beauty goods Wednesday as retailers slashed prices for the largest ‘double 11’ online shopping bonanza, closely eyed by analysts this year for deeper insight on post-pandemic consumer sentiment.  The marathon spending spree on the annual “Single’s Day” — so-called for its name-serving 11.11 date — […]...Read More

Thai uniforms take on a creative, rebellious edge to defy

Thai classroom have traditionally been a world of obedience, order and over-zeal.  Showing defiance or rebelling against the strictly imposed haircuts, skirts hems, right down to the length of your socks, is akin to throwing a wrench in the system. And that’s the idea, according to young designer Tin Tunsopon, who engineered the typical ‘sailor-forms’ […]...Read More

Armani back on Fashion Week scene with a virtual round

Forty-five years after founding his fashion group, Giorgio Armani came up with a new way of showing his latest catwalk creations on Saturday – a prime-time TV show. The show was one of the highlights of Milan’s fashion week, which has hosted a mix of live and virtual catwalks for its first edition since coronavirus […]...Read More

NY #FashionWeek opens to no live audiences, sashays ahead in

With almost no live audiences and few major names, New York Fashion week, opened Sunday in a city that had been ravaged by the pandemic, but kept its fists up,  trying to help American designers survive an unprecedented crisis. High-profile brands like Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, the regular heavy-hitters on the lineup, […]...Read More