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Movers and Shakers

Friday 15 April '11

In a rehearsal studio in Shanti Niketan, a group of expatriates is trying to perfect the fine art of jhatkas
Movers and Shakers

Thursday 14 April '11

In a rehearsal studio in Shanti Niketan, a group of expatriates is trying to perfect the fine art of jhatkas, that inimitable hip movement that actresses have made famous in countless Hindi blockbuste...
Movers and Shakers

Thursday 14 April '11

In a rehearsal studio in Shanti Niketan, a group of expatriates is trying to perfect the fine art of jhatkas
Made for Japan

Tuesday 12 April '11

Just when one thought it is time for the Japanese to take stock of the luxury market, the Japanese buyers present at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week asserted that the market is bouncing back.
Made for Japan

Monday 11 April '11

Just when one thought it is time for the Japanese to take stock of the luxury market, the Japanese buyers present at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week, asserted that the market is bouncing back.
Sheila, Socialites and Juicy Jumpers

Monday 11 April '11

That designer duo Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna are popular, was evident from the presence at their front row.
Sheila, Socialites and Juicy Jumpers

Sunday 10 April '11

That designer duo Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna are popular, was evident from the presence at their front row.
Party Politics

Saturday 9 April '11

It is Fashion Week and IPL Season 4 is only two days away. Party politics is in full swing
Reference Point

Friday 8 April '11

Express corespondents Richa Bhatia and Alia Allana explain how designers took the middle line, with inspirations from the West and a sari gown.
Party Politics

Thursday 7 April '11

It is Fashion Week and IPL Season 4 is only a day away. Party politics is in full swing. No event is just a celebration, it is an entrance into the world of the who’s who of fashion — a strategy of p...
Party Politics

Thursday 7 April '11

It is Fashion Week and IPL Season 4 is only a days away. Party politics is in full swing.
Back stage at Fashion Week

Wednesday 6 April '11

Meet the backstage soldiers of the fashion industry — carpenters and garment guards, lightmen, architects and installation creators.
Party Politics

Wednesday 6 April '11

It is Fashion Week and IPL Season 4 is only two days away. Party politics is in full swing. No event is just a celebration, it is an entrance into the world of the who’s who of fashion — a strategy o...
Fashion Dispatch

Wednesday 6 April '11

Surprise, surprise, out of the 11 debutant models listed, only two are Indian. Delhi girl Sangya Lakhanpal, 22, who walked for Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna and Anamika Khanna, last season, is the one...
Back stage at Fashion Week

Wednesday 6 April '11

Petite and fashion forward Garg knows her Sabyasachi from Issey Miyake.
Party Politics

Wednesday 6 April '11

It is Fashion Week and IPL Season 4 is only two days away. Party politics is in full swing.
Fashion Dispatch

Tuesday 5 April '11

It is fashion week time again. That seasonal frenzy when clothes become celebrities.
India for Japan

Tuesday 22 March '11

For years, Delhi-based textile designer Gaurav Jai Gupta has admired Junichi Arai, the septuagenarian dream weaver of Japan, who combines Western technology with the ancient Japanese art of obi fabric...
India for Japan

Friday 18 March '11

Unknown to many, Japan is a significant retail market for India’s handwoven textiles. Will it continue to patronise our weaves in future?
India for Japan

Friday 18 March '11

For years, Delhi-based textile designer Gaurav Jai Gupta has admired Junichi Arai, the septuagenarian dream weaver of Japan

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