29 juin 2015

I am very lazy when it comes to fashion: Kajal Aggarwal

Kajal Aggarwal, who has her hands full with projects in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi, opens up to Chennai Times on her onscreen chemistry with Dhanush, her fear of pets, and the need to stay humble. Excerpts: You missed the opportunity to work with Dhanush in Polladhavan. How does it feel to work with him now? Even after all those international recognitions, he remains down-to-earth and that's what I like about him. It was great fun to work with him. Also, when Dhanush is there in a film, it automatically raises expectations, and the... [Lire la suite]
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26 juin 2015

Zena Presley Set To Dazzle Dubai Fashion Scene

Zena Presley is just breaking into the Dubai fashion scene and has been relatively unknown until now. Her anonymity is rapidly changing though, as her undeniable talent assures that she won’t stay hidden for long. Her debut collection is remarkable not only for its bold colors, but also because it marks a very distinctive style. The moment that you see one of Ms. Presley’s pieces, you know immediately that it is her design, as there is simply nothing else like it on the fashion scene. Born in Syria, Zena Presley now lives in Dubai,... [Lire la suite]
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23 juin 2015

Iowa art gallery closes after rejecting same-sex wedding

An art gallery and bistro whose owners attracted controversy for refusing to host same-sex wedding ceremonies plans to close permanently, its owners announced Monday. A Des Moines couple filed a complaint with the Iowa Civil Rights Commission in 2013 after Dick and Betty Odgaard, owners of the Gortz Haus, refused to let them rent the gallery housed in a 77-year-old former Lutheran church for their wedding. The Odgaards argued that same-sex marriage was against their Mennonite faith. In a settlement last year, the Odgaards agreed to... [Lire la suite]
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18 juin 2015

Melissa Rivers joins Fashion Police

E! just found a big replacement for Kathy Griffin and Kelly Osbourne on Fashion Police. Melissa Rivers will follow in the footsteps of her late mother, Joan Rivers, by co-hosting Fashion Police when the show returns Aug. 31. Rivers will join Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski while continuing to serve as an executive producer for the panel talk show. photo: red carpet dresses Rather than find another permanent host, E! plans to rotate in celebrity guests when the show returns for six episodes, starting with coverage of fashion at... [Lire la suite]
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15 juin 2015

Instagram's impact is changing fashion

Every year the Council of Fashion Designers of America honors the achievements of veteran designers and celebrates the potential of a class of newcomers. The ceremony, held earlier this month, highlighted the old-school craft of clothes and a wave of American designers who are informed by the street. It was also a slog through long speeches, stuttering gratitude, affectless reminiscences, grudging laughter and fear of Kanye. Ultimately though, Instagram was the most interesting win of the night. Its impact says the most about... [Lire la suite]
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12 juin 2015

Kendall Jenner's first ever fragrance campaign lands

She's walked the runway for every major designer, scored countless magazine covers and even modelled prosthetic boobs - but today Kendall Jenner's first ever fragrance campaign makes it debut. It was announced back in November that Jenner had signed on to be the new face of beauty brand Estee Lauder - today her first ever fragrance campaign has been revealed. photo: formal dresses australia Jenner, 19, has already fronted campaigns for the brand's Black Primer and Courreges collaboration but today's ad is the first ever fragrance... [Lire la suite]
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09 juin 2015

Bayonne High School students turn toilet paper into high fashion

Glamour hardly comes to mind when you think of toilet paper, but not for a group of Bayonne High School students. For the seventh year in a row, Bayonne students were tasked with making dresses using toilet paper as part of their fashion marketing class taught by Irene Pyke. First, second and third place winners were crowned at the conclusion of the course's annual contest, in which the 50-plus students submitted their best work for grading by Pyke. "I felt like I wasn't doing class work," said Hanan Ismail, a junior who came in... [Lire la suite]
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05 juin 2015

Men In Skirts, Women In Suits: Fashion Goes Genderqueer

Celebrity teen Jaden Smith (“Karate Kid”) recently went to the prom with Amandla Stenberg (“The Hunger Games"), and he was wearing a skirt. Bindle & Keep, a tailor shop in Brooklyn, New York, that specializes in making bespoke suits for all genders identities will be featured in an HBO documentary directed by Lena Dunham. And New York Fashion Week this year was teeming with men in skirts and pussy bow blouses. What's going on with all the sartorial gender-bending? "There are a growing number of people who don’t want to identify... [Lire la suite]
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02 juin 2015

Dream Job: Nail Polish Namer

Gabrielle is a smoky mulberry crème. Margo is an old Hollywood-inspired gold shimmer. Alex is a regal purple glitter. It’s obvious, right? Only if you’re the person naming the polish. Each of Julep’s nail polish shades is named after a woman – and that got us thinking. Whose job is it to actually name nail polish, and how do they do it? Enter Jane Park, CEO and Founder of Julep. She’s got the final say when it comes to polish names, and we picked her brain about how she does it. photo: red formal dresses Seattle Refined: Naming... [Lire la suite]
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