The Chew Pan Cafe –

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Hey Guys!

Its been long long break from the Blog, so so many things happened in the course of these two months. Will update you guys about everything. So first of all, lets check if you are following us on our social media platforms Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, IGTV, Youtube.
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So here is one of our reviews for the restaurant Chew Pan Cafe, located in the heart of Delhi, CP.

This one is a perfect place if your craving for Asian Food, and want to try some authentic one. Perfect place for the calm ambiance and delicious food.

You can also check our review on Zomato : http://www.zoma.to/wMDKgk

My Order :
Oriental Veg Sizzler
Veg Sushi
Chilly Panner
Orange Mijoto 

Quality & Quantity :
The Ambiance of this place is really amazing. Such a calm and serene environment. It is done so beautifully in an actual Asian theme, beautifully done eating areas. The Food quantity served is absolutely apt, serving for 2. The taste of the food is just brilliant. If you are looking out for a place to try out authentic Asian food, then this is the place for you.

Pricing :
The Prices were just apt, given the quality and quantity of the food, it was well justified.

Taste :
The taste was amazing of all things. Cannot say which one is better, as each of them this better than the other. They have various varieties
of different types of fusion foods also, which are absolutely amazing to try.

Service :
Quick Delivery, Presentation was amazing and quick.

Value For Money :
Absolutely. If you are a fan of authentic asian food, and love to try different differnt kinds of fusion foods, then this is the best place for you to visit in the heart of Delhi.

Worth for the next time :
Absolutely. You would really want to go back again to this amazing place.

 

This is how the ambiance of this beautiful place looks like.

 

This one is the bar area of the cafe. They also have a live kitchen counter.

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MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWELLERY Ft. Nazuk Jewels

Hey Guys!!

How are you doing? I was looking for jewellery and clothing online, where I found this online jewellery store Naazuk Jewels.

They have one of the most beautiful jewellery, ethnic and boho both, at the most reasonable prices, earings can be bought from 700 to 7000, maang tikka from 900 to 5000 and bridal sets from 5000 to 50000. It is a greaat deal.

You can shop from their Facebook page or their Instagram page.

From studded earings to beautiful maang tikkas, they have it all.

We shot in few pieces from their amazing collection and here are the detailed photo stories.

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These amazzing shots were taken by Shubhannker Dey.

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Handmade Soaps from Curie India

Hey guys! How are you guys doing? Yes this blog post is about those beautiful soaps from Curie India that you saw on our Instagram page.

Lately, we have been taking a lot of care about our skin, and body. Having a very strict diet and exercising schedule is very important to have a healthy and glowing skin. Personal hygiene also plays a key role in our skin care regime. Both of us personally believe that it is equally important to know what are the right kind of products that you use for you body, for your face or your hair.Body washes, are not very common for regular people, so we usually tend to use soap for bathing. Soaps available in market are very harsh on the skin and made through chemicals in big factories, aimed at only minting money.

IMG_1600.JPGWe got our hands on these beautiful handcrafted soaps from Curie India. And they are so beautiful that it is actually a task, to convince your mind to use them. Haha! I mean, just look at this rose, it is soo perfectly crafted, and it smells as if you are actually holding a rose in your hand. It is absolute pure bliss to bathe with these soaps. The skin glows like a rose, when you use this one.

We got in touch with the brand onwers and these were their direct words

There are 3 major things we focus on
1. We do not lie to our customers, we deliver what we promise.Like add real ingredients in the soap, like real milk, real fruit pulp etc
2. All are soaps are handmade.We have trained artisans who make the soaps , to give soaps amazing look, which is not possible by machine.
3. We value nature and feel responsible towards society.We donate 5% of our sales towards plantings trees to “project green hands”

We got our hands on these three soaps by them :

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Rose Elixir Soap (100gm)

Rose Water Elixir Soap:  Rose Water 🌹has been revered for centuries and used by royalties because it’s an Elixir for skin and remarkably versatile. Soap is enriched with real rose 🌹water which help maintain skin pH, control excess oil and helps to get rid of acne. The soap has heavenly rose scent🌹to give you a refreshing bath🛀. This soap is specially handcrafted 👐 in rose shape with glycerin based soap to give you a sparkling glow🌟.

 

 

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Die Hard Romantic (100gm)

Die Hard Romantic Soap: You can feel it in your fingers, you can feel it in your toes, the love 💕that is around you, when you bath with Die Hard romantic soap! Die hard  romantic is expression of true love💕. It is enriched with Olive oil which has various benefits like :It moisturizes and fights bacteria If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne.

 

 

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Coffee Swirl Soap (100gm)

Coffee Swirl Soap: Amazing benefits of coffee soap ☕on skin: Loading up skin with the antioxidants in coffee protects  your skin and boost its natural defences. It protects against harsh sun rays: UVB ☀is harmful and may lead skin diseases. According to study, caffeine actually inhibits the DNA damage response, thus protecting skin against the adverse effects of UVB. It makes skin smooth and bright: Because of its qualities that signal tissue repair, coffee helps in cell re-growth, leading to retained hydration and increased skin elasticity.

 

Every bit of the soap on the body feels the real fragrance and goodness of its natural essence.

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Ten-Second Takeaway from The Street Stalkers

What Is It (basically)?

A handmade handcrafted soap made by trained artisans.

Who Is It For?

If you are living on this earth, and are able to read this post, then they are for you. (Basically, all, irrespective of genders, age and social strata)

Why Should You Go For It?

Because they deliver what they say. Quality standards are met in each of the products that they sell.

What Did We Like the most?

Out of the three soaps its very difficult to choose, the designs, fragrance of all the three soaps is just beyond perfection. Also, the packaging is superb, nothing gets hampered during the transit.

What Could Be Better?

They are just perfect!!

Anything Else?

There are so many options of colours and flavours available.

Definitely not a miss out

A 100g soap is only for Rs. 150 INR.

So, We’re Saying…

These soaps are definitely one of the things to be checked out.

Head here to check them asap.

http://curieindia.com/

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You can buy it here.  And do leave a comment below to tell us how did you like it.

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All-in-one Refueling Wash for Hair & Body by InFiveForMen

Hey Guys! Wassup?

We both recently did some brainstorming about the blog and we have come up with a really cool idea. We will showcase that very soon in our blog and hoping you will like it too 🙂

IMG_2364.JPGSo we have come up with another blog about mens grooming, as we really loved your response on our previous post.

The sun, dust, pollution, everything causes as much harm to the skin of a man as it does to the skin of a women. I have not ever seen pollution not attacking men, just as it does to women.

With our modern day to day lifestyle that we people these days follow, there is no way by which we can absolutely undo the harmful effects on our skin, but the impact can be reduced somehow.

I have never been a body-wash person, until I tried this re-fuelling hair and body wash from InFiveForMen. It is so refreshing and it actually makes your skin feel so good. You feel so fresh immediately.

It is just the perfect thing the body requires to re-energize after a work-full day. There are very less products in the market which cater to the needs of men’s skin just as it is.

 

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I am not a person who will just about using random products, but this one is a thing, which is going to stay for me. It is so good on the skin and hair as well. And it is so convenient that the hassle of using a soap, shampoo, and condition, is just reduced to one product.

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Ten-Second Takeaway from The Street Stalkers

What Is It (basically)?

A hair and body-wash especially for men.

Who Is It For?

If you are living on this earth, and are able to read this post, then they are for you. (Basically, all, irrespective of genders, age and social strata)

Why Should You Go For It?

Because you save on time and money and so much hassle for avoiding shampoos and conditioners.

What Did We Like the most?

It is good on the skin as well as on the hair. It is not harsh. 🙂

What Could Be Better?

A smaller packaging, which would be easy to carry while travelling.

Anything Else?

Just the perfect thing for lazy bums like us! 😛

Head here to check them asap.

http://www.infiveformen.com/

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Amway’s New Nutrilite Indian Traditional Herbs Range

Hey guys! So today we are sharing with you, about the Amway’s New Nutrilite Indian Traditional Herbs Range.

Amway, the country’s leading direct selling FMCG company, has come up with a new Nutrilite Traditional Herbs Range, which combines best of science, best of nature and best of Indian traditional wisdom to offer a comprehensive range of nutraceutical product supplements with physiological benefits.

Here are some of the highlights of Amway’s Nutrilite Traditional Herbs Range, which makes them best in the market.

Indigenously developed for Indian market

The new Nutrilite Traditional Herbs Range is in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ vision, which reiterates Amway’s commitment to Govt.’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, as it is developed for the Indian consumers. The range will be manufactured at Amway’s state-of-the-art LEED ‘GOLD’ certified manufacturing facility located in the Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu.

“Seed to Supplement” Approach

Amway does not believe in “saying is enough” philosophy. That’s why, the company develops all its products through a “seed to supplement” process. This stringent process encompasses multi-level quality checks ensuring the selection of the right farm, the right part, the right active ingredient, the right seeds, the right species, the right extraction, the right process, and the right product.

Highest Purity, Safety and Potency Standards

In addition, the ‘Seed to Supplement’ journey of the manufacturing process focuses on the three key pillars of traditional herbs – Purity, Safety and Potency.

Purity: Certified Organic Herbs: The herbs are sourced from farms that are OneCert Asia Agri Certification Pvt. Ltd. certified. Nutrilite ensures growing, harvesting and processing plants on certified partner organic farms from various parts of the country including MP, Karnataka, UP and Gujarat. Every ingredient used in Nutrilite products must meet our certification quality standards for safety, purity, and potency ensured through strict quality control, and sustainable practices.

DNA Fingerprinted Herbs: Also known as DNA profiling, DNA typing, or genetic fingerprinting is a novel approach that involves identification of a species by reading the genetic make-up at molecular level by generating barcode-like patterns. It also helps in identifying better quality with active form and free from any kind of contamination/adulteration.

Safety: Nutrilite products are extensively researched, tested, and formulated to help people on their way to optimal health. Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) are followed at the manufacturing plant in Tamil Nadu for all the Nutrilite dietary nutraceuticals to ensure the safety, proper identification, and highest quality of the products. The research and development processes are strictly quality controlled. This plant is also LEED Gold Certified.

These products are formulated and manufactured within the ambit of the Nutraceutical Regulations laid out by FSSAI. This ensures that our products are not just truly premium, but are also safe.

Potency: The following factors ensure that new Nutrilite Traditional Herbs Range exhibits utmost potency standards:

Non-GMO Range: The herbal supplements are prepared from certified non-GMO sources to prevent any unknown health hazards and it ensures safety. The certified organic herbs are sourced from certified organic farms conforming to the standards set by the National Programme on Organic Production (NPOP), a Govt. of India’s initiative towards development of organic agriculture, established in the year 2000.

Active Ingredient/ Constituents: The quality and efficacy of Nutrilite’s new range lies in its high concentration of beneficial active ingredient/s which are extracted right from the herbs. This makes the quality of Traditional Herbs range truly premium. For instance, one tablet of Tulsi has benefits equivalent to over 100 dried organic leaves of Tulsi.

Specifics about product range

The Nutrilite Traditional Herbs range comprises of 4 products including Nutrilite Tulsi, Nutrilite Brahmi, Nutrilite Ashwagandha & Nutrilite Amalaki, Vibhitaki, and Haritaki. Priced at INR 649 inclusive of all taxes, for a bottle of 60 tablets for each variant, the new range is compliant to the new Nutraceuticals Regulations i.e. The Food Safety and Standards (Health Supplements, Nutraceuticals, Food for Special Dietary Use, Food for Special Medical Purpose, Functional Food and Novel Food) Regulations, 2016 (‘Regulations’), issued by Food Safety Standard Authority of India (FSSAI).

Explore the magic of Indian Herbs – Captured by Amway

The five essentials of a blog featuring Amway’s herb-specific products

After helping millions of people across the world with its vitamin and dietary supplements, extracted from natural products grown, harvested and processed on own certified organic farms, NutriliteTM extends its Nutrition & Wellness product portfolio with the launch of ‘Nutrilite Traditional Herbs’ Range. Backed by the best of nature and the best of science, Amway Nutrilite Traditional Herbs brings together the best of knowledge of Indian traditional wisdom and modern research to offer a comprehensive range of nutraceutical product supplements with physiological benefits.

The brand seeks support from some of the most renowned and popular bloggers of the country, who are expected to spread the word to their readers to help them reap the benefits of these magical products. While we count on their prowess and amazing writing skills, we request their kind consideration towards certain aspects related to brand communication and legal requisites.

  1. Scientific evidence

While you make any claim about the benefits of herbs including Tulsi, Ashwagandha, Brahmi and others, it is important to support the claims with credible research studies published in first-hand journals including pubmed, BMC, Elsevier and others of same repertoire. Moreover, refrain from manipulating or assuming any information of importance.

  1. Don’t use direct statements

It is advisable to mellow down the claims or use “probable” statements such as “help”, “may”, “is known to”, “was found to” and others. For example, instead of writing Brahmi promotes hair growth, write “Brahmi is known to promote hair growth”.

  1. Referencing is mandatory

Every claim, advice or revelations need to be properly referenced. You can use Harvard style of referencing to maintain consistency across all blogs. We reiterate, only first hand resources and credible journal references are allowed. News references or second hand resources are the not authentic many a times.

  1. Target audience

With seasonal and popular bloggers like you, we assume target audience is your first spot of bother. This new range is specifically developed using Indian traditional herbs keeping in mind the nutritional requirement of Indian consumers. Let your readers know this Nutrilite Traditional Herbs Range is in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ vision, which reiterates Amway’s commitment to Govt.’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, as it is developed for the Indian consumers. The range is being manufactured at Amway’s state-of-the-art LEED ‘GOLD’ certified manufacturing facility located in the Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu.

 

  1. Product specifics and regulation

The Nutrilite Traditional Herbs range comprises of 4 products including Nutrilite Tulsi, Nutrilite Brahmi, Nutrilite Ashwagandha & Nutrilite Amalaki, Vibhitaki, and Haritaki. Tell your readers that Amway sources its ingredients from Certified Herbs and the DNA Fingerprinted herbs which is unique of its kind currently available in the market.

Priced at INR 649 (inclusive of all taxes) for a bottle of 60 tablets for each variant, the new range is compliant to the new Nutraceuticals Regulations i.e. The Food Safety and Standards (Health Supplements, Nutraceuticals, Food for Special Dietary Use, Food for Special Medical Purpose, Functional Food and Novel Food) Regulations, 2016 (‘Regulations’), issued by Food Safety Standard Authority of India (FSSAI).

These are some of the points that we expect to be covered in the write-ups based on our new Nutrilite Traditional Herbs Range. Rest, we are sure that together we can reach out to an increased consumer base and educate them about the health benefits of these magical herbs that have been benefiting mankind since ages.

In order to maintain transparency, Amway is providing a QR code on the product packaging that explains the ‘Seed to Supplement’ journey of the manufacturing process alongside highlighting the three key pillars of Nutrilite Traditional Herbs which is Purity, Safety and Potency.

  1. Purity
  • Certified Organic Herbs: The herbs are sourced from certified farms. Nutrilite ensures growing, harvesting and processing plants on certified partner organic farms from various parts of the country including MP, Karnataka, UP and Gujarat. Every ingredient used in Nutrilite products must meet our certification quality standards for safety, purity, and potency ensured through strict quality control, and sustainable practices.
  • DNA Fingerprinted Herbs: also known as DNA profiling, DNA typing, or genetic fingerprinting is a novel approach that involves identification of a species by reading the genetic make-up at molecular level by generating barcode-like patterns. It also helps in identifying better quality with active form and free from any kind of contamination/adulteration.

Safety

  • Nutrilite products are extensively researched, tested, and formulated to help people on their way to optimal health. Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) are followed at the manufacturing plant in Tamil Nadu for all the Nutrilite dietary nutraceuticals to ensure the safety, proper identification, and highest quality of the products. The research and development processes are strictly quality controlled. This plant is also LEED Gold Certified.
  • Our products are formulated and manufactured within the ambit of the Nutraceutical Regulations laid out by FSSAI. This ensures that our products are not just truly premium, but are also safe.

Potency

  • Non-GMO Range: The herbal supplements are prepared from certified non-GMO sources to prevent any unknown health hazards and it ensures safety. The certified organic herbs are sourced from certified organic farms conforming to the standards set by the National Programme on Organic Production (NPOP), a Govt. of India’s initiative towards development of organic agriculture, established in the year 2000.
  • Active Ingredient/ Constituents: The quality and efficacy of Nutrilite’s new range lies in its high concentration of beneficial active ingredient/s which are extracted right from the herbs. This makes the quality of Traditional Herbs range truly premium. For instance, one tablet of Tulsi has benefits equivalent to over 100 dried organic leaves of Tulsi.

 

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Latest Fashion Trends | Available on SheIn

Hey Guys!! So we have been lately seeing a lot of fashion trends these days, and with e-commerce becoming a surge, it is always easier to shop online, at your own comfort. But not all web-sites are trust able. There are alot of things to keep in mind while shopping online.

While I was looking for buying a few things, I came across this Website called Shein. This is the ultimate shopping destination for all the young ladies who want to look their best at all times without burning a hole in the pocket.

Here are few products from SHEIN which I absolutely love, click on the their product links below and see for yourself how easy they are on your pocket, given the quality of the products.

My Current Wishlist :

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India Runway Week Season 10- Trends that ruled the ramp.

So guys this is the final blogpost about the trends that ruled the ramp, for the India Runway Week Season 10.

The recently concluded India Runway Week was chock full of inspired designers and their inspiring designs. We take a look at the ensembles as they were sashayed down the ramp, picking out details that anybody can add to their wardrobe, to transform into a style phenomenon.

Wear Stripes to look slim – Udayan Dalmia presented Chic designs and utility while keeping sustainability in mind. The spring summer 2018 collection is fully made in natural dyes and organic cotton, keep the waste to minimum. Oindrilla Das presented “ PERFECT BLEND “ with the old and new in crisp silhouttes and inventive designs .Ensembles which can be incorporated from day to evening look for the women of today who needs to multitask every day. Jenjum Gadi presented PHROZUH- the cotton yarn. His collection is inspired by cotton yarn which is use to weave the fabric for the collection. His collection is a pure balance of masculinity and femininity and inspired by this characteristics most of the silhouettes are gender fluid or unisex.

Gold and shimmer for summer weddings– Nikhita Tandon’s Mynah Designs is hand crafted by the skilled craftsmen from around the country. The fusion  of tradition and modernity can be seen in the collection,  adorns the beauty of today’s women., Saaj by Ankita’s collection celebrates the ‘coming alive of the modern era’, through the rhapsody of colors, that gently transcend into harmonious symmetries of vintage floral patterns in pinks, gold’s, gorgeous greens and yellows made of beautiful silk embroideries and futuristic cuts, that synchronise to fill the void for a vintage-contemporary bridal space. Designer Sadan Pande’s collection was Kanchali Summer festive- a colorful collection inspired from a culturally rich state of Rajasthan. Known for its traditional colorful art and artistic traditions.  Kanchali is a pure reflection of Rajasthani culture with a twist of new silhouettes and drapes to compliment today’s modern men and women. With vibrant colors, embroidery, mirror work and motifs to reflect the cultural presence of Rajasthan in it. Rohit Arora collection  is adorned by the botanical embroidery engraved on subtle mix of colours like pink , blues , green etc.  From the brides bouquet to the beautiful centerpieces few people realize the time, effort, and consideration that goes into the planning of a wedding. Varsana by Vandana Jaju & Aditi Jaju presented “The Window”, in broader term signifies the scenic view outside ones window on a summer morning. Beautiful flowers shining towards the sun, rustling leaves, branches of trees and the singing birds, create a story line of their Collection.  The palette of the collection descends through a range of bright as well as soothing spectrum of colors, perfect for a summer wardrobe.

Textiles looks from IRW – Agnimitra Paul presented  her textile collection from Kolkata. It was hand weaved fabric from bihar. Geometric designs & Colourful. As label is known for bold and colourful feel. Hight fashion street wear with a twist of comfort and feel of handcrafted details .It’s kind of back to basic and beatheable fabric. Shravan’s unprecented collection of Rags & Accessories solely crafted from Handwoven warp-faced Denim fabric using Ikat weaving technique. Beyond imagination is Denim Ikat and the concept mapped us to enter easiest part of our daily wear commonly known as Jeans. Denim Ikat collection of Indigo denim, done using VAT Dyes brings together comfort & ethnic essence with a strong positive, sensual and disruptive style. Collection of Denim Ikat is a blend of Cotton & Lycra.Daniel Siyem collection “ShaKiLum” uses the textiles of the tribes of Meghalaya to create a deconstructed, gender-fluid collection that highlights the unique tribal essence of the state within a modern and edgy collection. A slow fashion collection, it celebrates the beauty of stepping back and slowing down, thinking about the earth that sustains each of us and celebrating the continuity in nature. Niharika Pandey presented hand weaved fabric from Bihar in geometric designs. Her label is known for bold and colorful feel.  Her collection is a blend of High fashion street wear with a twist of comfort and feel of handcrafted details.

Pastels for this season – Kavita Aggarwals’s bridal collection was a tribute to Pietra Dura’s vivacity and a captivating look into new application for this age-old art form. The embroidery in her ensembles is a replication of Pietra Dura motifs – not so much in technique as in aesthetics. As crossover fashion doesn’t merely adorn a wearer, it transforms her, she dedicate this Indo-western fusion to the modern Indian woman, who’s rooted in traditions, yet open to fresh explorations.  Shivaanii R Singhania’s line consists of draped gowns, peplum styles, fitted trousers and layered full

lengths. Soft and sheer fabrics like organza, tulle, satins have been combined with heavy-embellished embroideries to help balance the richness. In all, it’s an exploration of fantasy rendered with glamour, passion and purity. Ridha by Rohit’s collection was a mixed bag from the brides bouquet to the beautiful centerpieces few people realize the time, effort, and consideration that goes into the planning of a wedding. The floral patterns and arrangements into a garment are just one part of the battle. Silhouettes are their label’s signature styles.

Nine yards glory– Ambica under her label named as Peeli kothi  showcased Banarasi saree collection. The collection was based on make in India textiles. .  Sunidhi Garodia’s collection was based on the theme “ IRO of life”. IRO is basically a Japanese word which means color and the whole collection is inspired by the different colors and the meaning that each individual takes from it to their life. It’s rightly said-“The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.” And so does the collection reflect the happiness, the joy, the darks of colors and what it reflects into our lives. Hyderabad designer Shravan Kummar showcased textiles of sunrise state Andhra Pradesh. His collection was organically dyed and all handmade.

Jumpsuits for cool look– Shefali Dhaka Sirohi- The Spring/Summer’18 collection is inspired by the pendulums. The silhouettes are asymetric balances. Panelling and pleating techniques have been used at frictionless points to create equilibrium between the asymmetry. The drapes move over the body in cowls like the pendulums do. The embroidery motives are imbalanced triangular pieces hung on balanced wires. Rich Silks, chanderi weaves, Organzas and Chiffons are used which signify the two extremes of the pendulum. Vagmi by Shradha Goenka’s collection ‘Walk in the Sky ‘ has been created to showcase female embodiment of enlightened energy. The garments are made for strong women of today’s age who are liberated and free and no more tied to kitchen. Bold and playful silhouettes would be featured keeping modernity of Indian women in mind. Istuti and Vivek’s collection aims to give you the natural comfort and ease, where ever you go. The collection enhance one’s personality for various occasions, giving the feel home comfort. Designer believes in creating their trends by following nature.

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India Runway Week Season 10 – Spring Summer Collection – Day 3

The Last Day of the India Runway Week was as much lit as the previous days. India Runway Week continued to please everyone on the 3rd day of the fashion extravaganza. The day was filled with designers showcasing their Spring Summer collection. Celebrating 10 season and 5 years of success in Fashion industry, finale show saw 5 textile designers from past seasons of India Runway Week. Finale show was completely dedicated to textile and handloom.

The last day of the short three-day long India Runway Week had the strongest lineup of all days.

Number of celebrities were seen walking the ramp for different Designers

Celebrating 5 years of existence in the fashion industry, finale was done by 5 designers from the past seasons.

Day 3 was opened by young and aspiring designers at Main Show Area by Apeejay Stya University which was also a knowledge partner of the event.  Students of the university showcase their creativity and talent on the ramp. Second was the five designer show in the Brooder Runway. The second show was opened by Ambica under her label named as Peeli kothi who showcased Banarasi saree collection. The collection is based on make in India textiles. Other designer in the row was Twinkle Pupreja The collection was inspired by the form of Shiva‘ Ardhanareshwara’ . As the name suggests this form consists of half Shiva and half Shakti. Surface ornamentation and color palette describes the concept behind the collection. Triangles play important role in justifying the concept as when it’s pointed upward describes the power of Shiva and when poiting downward describes the importance of Shakti. This form has been the inspiration of the upcoming collection. The color palette comprises majorly of three colors. One is describing the stregth of lord of shiva, other is soft and feminine as shakit and the third is the combination of both being a two tone silk. Tripti Chandak was the third designer in the five designer show who launched her collection named VYTBlack. The collections was creatively designed as per the sine qua non of the mass yet stylish for one to look superlative in the crowd. Oindrilla Das presented her collection “ PERFECT BLEND “ with the old and new in crisp silhouttes and inventive designs .Ensembles which can be incorporated from day to evening look for the women of today who needs to multitask every day . Last but not the least Designer Ashima showcased her collection Misty monochrome Hues which is enamored with sass & elegance of a modern day woman who believes that sky is the limit for the one who wants to achieve big, it’s a trend to stay and we have attempted to present here with varied applications of this concept, with monochrome fashion there is never a style mundane day and here we aim to curate a collection that goes well with every mood, also with the fashion aspect we combine the body confidence stating that today’s women can don just anything & be carefree. With the chic monochromes in our collection we also have a figurative reference to the blacks, whites & monotone hues which give a metaphor to the odds & evens faced by the women in our society despite which they emerge as world leaders in their respective fields. Bollywood Actress Mannara Chopra walked the ramp for Designer Ashima.

The third show of the last day was of two designers named Sadan Pandey and Shravan Gajam. Designer Sadan Pande’s collection was Kanchali Summer festive- a colorful collection inspired from a culturally rich state of Rajasthan. Known for its traditional colorful art and artistic traditions.  Kanchali is a pure reflection of Rajasthani culture with a twist of new silhouettes and drapes to compliment today’s modern men and women. With vibrant colors, embroidery, mirror work and motifs to reflect the cultural presence of Rajasthan in it. Whereas Shravan Gajam ‘Indigoberry Ikat’ Spring / Summer 2018 Collection- India Television actress Ragini Khanna walked for Shravan Gajam and looked beautiful in his attire. An unprecented collection of Rags & Accessories by Shravan Gajam, solely crafted from Handwoven warp-faced Denim fabric using Ikat weaving technique from family run craft units in Telangana, India. Because of the desire to preserve the Ikat art form, the fabric Denim Ikat is born. Abstract Ikat motifs are used with different shades of Indigo and Off-white colour on the denim fabric. Beyond imagination is Denim Ikat and the concept mapped us to enter easiest part of our daily wear commonly known as Jeans. Denim Ikat collection of Indigo denim, done using VAT Dyes brings together comfort & ethnic essence with a strong positive, sensual and disruptive style. Collection of Denim Ikat is a blend of Cotton & Lycra. Cotton gives comfort & ease whereas Lycra keeps on stretchable working towards treating you like a free bird with unraveled mobility. His collection is crafted with the most premium denim and designed in all your favourite fits like – slim fit, loose fit, straight leg, relaxed fit, casual top, jacket, dresses, skirts exclusively designed with the pace of your comfort. The collection consists of season’s top trends such as stylish ripped, stretched and distressed jeans.

The 4th show of the day was four designer show by Shradha Goenka, Aditya Panchal, Shivani Bachheria,Vaani Raghupathy.

Vagmi by Shradha Goenka’s collection ‘Walk in the Sky ‘ has been created to showcase female embodiment of enlightened energy.
The garments are made for strong women of today’s age who are liberated and free and no more tied to kitchen. Bold and playful silhouettes would be featured keeping modernity of Indian women in mind. Howsoever, a conservative Indian woman has evolved into a sharp and independent personality she stays rooted to our culture. The collection depicts my love for traditional Indian techniques of embroidery. Assymetric cuts, ruffles and bold back detailings have been enriched with intricate use of zardosi by our skilled artisans. The garments are constructed in egyptian cotton and muslin silk in shades of black , beige , pink and olive green.

Aditya Panchal’s collection was an electric mix of design element inspired from Indian heritage, where the embroidery style is very equisite. Mature elegance is defined through one pieces and lehengas, which redefine sensuality and subtle glamaour and present an Individualistic statement. The embellishments are truly exquisite, inspired from Architectural explorations and are handcrafted using gold zari and silver zari. Designer had tried to depict the abounding culture of India in our collection. The tule net,velvet,raw silk,the unusual cutworks and abla work, an exquisite texture with perfect detailing makes our piece a masterpiece which every women will desire.

Model turned actor Sanya Pithawalla walked the ramp for designer Shivani Bachheria “THE BRIDE”

“THE BRIDE”, as the name speaks for itself, is conceptualized to make the most divine embrace, ‘Wedding’ of every woman’s life a special one. Launched in 2015, we envision to make it a truly global phenomenon in the sphere of personalized and designer couture for each bride settling her trust on us.

Vaani Raghupathy’s Bloom collection calls to one’s elegance as it takes its inspiration from motifs that depict the natural shape and color of fruits, flowers, birds that are an absolute delight for the summer. The skill of infusing contemporary fashion trends with traditional couture is the pride of Magnoliaá and the Bloom collection is all about bringing in appealing fabrics along with their pleasant and refreshing pastels in a mix of organza, chiffon and weaves of silk from Kanchipuram, TV Actress Karishma Tanna graced the ramp in Vaani Raghupathy’s outfits. She looks stunning in designer’s outfit.

Jewellery world presents Nikhita- Mynah Designs. Their jewellery is hand crafted by the skilled craftsmen from around the country. Their collections was inspired from the various era’s of history  elements of  nature and  futuristic ideas of  younger generations. The fusion  of tradition and modernity can be seen in the collection,  adorns the beauty of today’s women.  Apart from being fashionable, their Jewelry is practical, with accurate purity and a great value for your investment. Indian Television actress Sana Khan walked the ramp for Nikhita Tandon. She looked beautiful in her collection.

Now comes the most awaited finale to celebrate the five years of  success. To celebrate the completion of 5 years the finale of season 10 saw 5 old designers from previous season. The finale was dedicated to handloom. Finale show was opened by Daniel Siyem collection “ShaKiLum” uses the textiles of the tribes of Meghalaya to create a deconstructed, gender-fluid collection that highlights the unique tribal essence of the state within a modern and edgy collection. A slow fashion collection, it celebrates the beauty of stepping back and slowing down, thinking about the earth that sustains each of us and celebrating the continuity in nature. The organic fabrics of Meghalaya have a unique thermal property that makes it warm in the winter and cool in the summer making it the ideal garment for a summer collection. The use of yellow and ivory against a backdrop of charcoal grey is a call out to move away from preconceived notions and step into an edgier and fresher take of summer. The use of organic fabrics together with bamboo embellishments gives the ensembles an earthy sensuality while also pushing it into the future – a future that celebrates the fluidity of gender roles and the need for embracing zero waste fashion trends. Inspired by the unique and diverse beauty of the textiles of Meghalaya, the deconstructed ensembles combine the different fabrics of the tribes to bring to you a fair trade collection that extols sustainable fashion.  The collection pays homage to Meghalaya – a place that has shaped the design sensibilities and molded the journey of Daniel Syiem in the world of fashion. Rooted in tradition with a modern take, the collection seeks to inspire people to travel to Meghalaya and discover the many hidden facets of the state that Daniel Syiem is proud to call home.

Hyderabad designer Shravan Kummar  showcased textiles of sunrise state Andhra Pradesh. His collection is organically dyed and all handmade. Shravan will be having master weavers from Hyderabad as his showstoppers.

Jenjum Gadi presented  PHROZUH- the cotton yarn. His collection is inspired by cotton yarn which is use to weave the fabric for the collection. His collection is a pure balance of masculinity and femininity and inspired by this characteristics most of the silhouettes are gender fluid or unisex.

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India Runway Week Season 10 – Spring Summer Collection – Day 2

So Guys, This is in continuation with the previous blog you read about the India Runway Week Season 10. Here I am telling you about the designers and their collections for the day 2.

From laid back styles to pret and luxurious apparel, everything found a place in the India Runway Week. At Day 2 of India Runway Week’s summer/spring 2018 edition, standout collections by designers Shravan Kumar Ramaswamy, Akassh K Aggarwal, Banka Silk and few Newgen designers made their way to the runway.

Day 2 was opened by 5 newgen designer’s show. Label Arkya by Ankita Yadav showcased “SEHAR”.  Arkya’s Spring-Summer Collection 2018 titled “SEHAR” is inspired by the first ray of sunshine bouncing off the fresh green grass, the happy sunflowers dancing, the dew on the fences and the subtle blue skies are food for designer’s inspiration.  Sehar unleashes a colorful line of subdued hues like sage, olive green, blush pink, mustard yellow, and aqua blue reflecting the beauties of nature in all its colours & forms. The empowering and calming effect of nature on the soul is reflected in all the garments. There are vibrancy and playfulness in floral patterns hinting conventionality. But the little touch of quirkiness is added through the use of metallic rings, motifs of fences & abstract geometric leaves, hybrid silhouettes like the paneled pants, shorts with ruching pants, asymmetric paneled pants, patchwork and appliqued organza.

 Istuti and Vivek’s collection aims to give you the natural comfort and ease, where ever you go. The collection enhance one’s personality for various occasions, giving the feel home comfort. Designer believes in creating their trends by following nature. Their collection is the expression of love for mother nature and a step towards saving the planet Earth by infusing natural fabrics, which are scientifically proven best friends for human body.They presented latest styling trends, and beautiful silhouettes with natural fabrics. Their collection has many different cuts and drapes for various purposes. They have created stunning silhouettes by blending western influence on Eastern drapes.

Sidh by Udayan Dalmia presented a fashion label that focuses on minimalistic Chic designs and utility while keeping sustainability in mind. The spring summer 2018 collection is fully made in natural dyes and organic cotton, keep the waste to minimum. Sidh is blend of craftsmanship and technology, a blend of depth and modernity. Sidh specializes in dyeing the fabrics in natural dyes (such as Lac, ratanjot, sappanwood, madder, catechu, indigo). Collection caters to both western and ethnic sensibilities.

Sunidhi Garodia’s collection was based on the theme “ IRO of life”. IRO is basically a Japanese word which means color and the whole collection is inspired by the different colors and the meaning that each individual takes from it to their life. It’s rightly said-“The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.” And so does the collection reflect the happiness, the joy, the darks of colors and what it reflects into our lives.

Shefali Dhaka Sirohi- The Spring/Summer’18 collection is inspired by the pendulums. The silhouettes are asymetric balances. Panelling and pleating techniques have been used at frictionless points to create equilibrium between the asymmetry. The drapes move over the body in cowls like the pendulums do. The embroidery motives are imbalanced triangular pieces hung on balanced wires. Rich Silks, chanderi weaves, Organzas and Chiffons are used which signify the two extremes of the pendulum. With their different flows coming together; they create a perfect imbalanced balance. The soft and flowy chiffons are balanced by the structured Organzas and Taffeta Silks. The colors range from light Lavenders to Steel Greys, to light summery Pinks and Peaches and ending with ombre’s of Dusty Blues and English Rose Pink Hues. The subtle tones are enhanced with hints of majentas and hot pinks to brighten up the mood.

 

Shubhashini Ornamentals presented Surkh- You Ignited by jewellery designer Akassh K Aggarwal “Surkh Collectives” is an inspiration from the world of  Self Love, In a society that has seen women as the weaker and the second sex, here’s a Bow Down to the ones who decided to live the way they wanted to, no matter how crazy or rebellious.

His collection was Vibrant that Resonates with the Symbolism of Old Tribal Art of PEROI and terrecota , banarsi meena work, wood karigari from Kashmir mixed techniques in filigree motif, stamped light weight metal sheet work , embossed 3D and Metallics Gold & Silver with ORGANIC Gemstones like CORAL PEARLS TURQUOISE LAPIZ LAZZULI ….Assortment of Multiple Accessories Options, gives the collection a versatility to be worn on ethnic as well with IndoWestern , The time is about to be Jeweled Bold & Beautiful. The collections gave a social message of “SURKH- YOU IGNITED” An Increasing number of Independent Women in India are bending Age-Old Cultural, Societal and Traditional Norms… The collection is Inspired and Dedicated to Such Brass Necked… Bold….Fierce….. Barefaced…..Women Raising a Toast to those Women who defied societal norms and set their own. Laxmi Agarwal an Indian campaigner with Stop Acid Attacks walked the ramp for Designer Akassh K Aggarwal.

 

Rig- Utility Clothing RIG showcased a brave new world of fashion at the India Runway Week 2018. The brand carries a philosophy of travelling to unexplored territories not just in the physical realm but through an individual’s imagination, as well. People often harbor dreams and desires that are a departure from their routine lives. There is a latent explorer in everyone waiting to be unleashed. Even though they might not take off on an expedition, subconsciously they wish to be pushed to participate passionately in their lives.

Designer Shivaanii R Singhania showcased Pe’tillant Fleur. The inspiration for this collection is a blooming sparkling flower that allures and draws you in and keeps you wanting more. Designer’s overarching focus is silhouettes, incorporating florals and layers of femininity paired together to imbue a modern attitude of individual expression. The line consists of draped gowns, peplum styles, fitted trousers and layered full

lengths. Soft and sheer fabrics like organza, tulle, satins have been combined with heavy-embellished embroideries to help balance the richness. In all, it’s an exploration of fantasy rendered with glamour, passion and purity.

Saaj by Ankita’s collection brings forth the importance of ‘innovating the future, through design conceptualization’ as each ensemble represents crucial fragments of design, gently unfolding a layered narration that speaks of the story of the ensemble. The collection celebrates the ‘coming alive of the modern era’, through the rhapsody of colors, that gently transcend into harmonious symmetries of vintage floral patterns in pinks, gold’s, gorgeous greens and yellows made of beautiful silk embroideries and futuristic cuts, that synchronise to fill the void for a vintage-contemporary bridal space. Through the layout of bold chrysanthemum flower motifs, cutting edge patterns, carefully deconstructed vibrant hues and vintage wall art inspired embroideries in luxurious silk thread; the surface topography of each ensemble vibrates opulent extravagance and highlights the subtle blend of different weaves.

The collection also speaks of an interesting and bold interplay between the old ways of translating a profound story on fabric that dates back centuries, combined with workmanship that is set well within the roots of the modern era. The true essence of each ensemble lies in the delicately orchestrated symphony of colours and progressive patterns that are easily relatable to everyone yet very distinct in style and for that reason are perfect for a bridal trousseau.

Hyderabad designer Shravan Kummar showcased textiles of sunrise state Andhra Pradesh. His collection is organically dyed and all handmade. Shravan will be having master weavers from Hyderabad as his showstoppers.

Banka silk came on the ramp with its collection named “Bahar” in association with designer Poonam Dubey. The collection is inspired from foliage, flowers, birds and butterflies and pays homage to the feminine community’s spiritual reverence for nature. Balancing the tradition of the handloom weaves of Jharkhand through cotemporary silhouettes and sensibilities, refreshing colours and hand block prints to create an influence that rejoices a mix of fine Indian craftsmanship and modern touch. Sustainable fabrics in silk, cotton and linen, applying traditional crafts, seek to cater to the affordable luxury segment with contemporary outfits with Indian influences. Each ensemble tells the story of nature in the hues of coral reds, lemon and mango yellows and rich emerald green. Clean and yet sophisticated lines having signature tailoring, exceptional drapes and layers; and with an option to mix and match pieces as per ones taste and style.

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India Runway Week Season 10 – Spring Summer Collection – Day 1

Hey Guys!! So it has been almost a month that I have been keeping unwell, and hence could not be much active on the blog. But all this while, I realized that, I so miss writing on the blog!
So from now, you will definitely get to see, at least one blog each week.

Today I am writing about the India Runway Week Season 10 – Spring Summer Collection, that we attended a few days ago. It was our first ever Fashion Show that we attended. And Guys, it was amazing. We met so many new people, saw the incredible works of so many designers. I believe there were around 40 upcoming designers with there amazing collection.

I am pretty sure most of you, might not know about the India Runway Week. So before I explain anything else, let us know what India Runway Week was all about.

India Runway Week is Asia’s youngest fashion trade event. Each season of the much-awaited IRW introduce new talent and places young Indian designers firmly on the global fashion stage. IRW provides a platform for both established and upcoming talented designers but also introduce fresh designers to showcase their collections. This gives them excellent business opportunities from both bulk and retail buyers. In

Addition to facilitating the exchange of ideas and networking interactions between designers, buyers and affiliates, the event provides an enriching experience for everyone

The Indian Federation for Fashion Development (IFFD) hosted the extremely anticipated tenth season of India Runway Week at The DLF Place Saket, New Delhi. Country’s third largest fashion event commenced with high spirit in the capital from April 20, 2018, and put up a spectacular display of the hottest trends to watch out for by some of the renowned and newgen designers. The show had Bollywood & Television Divas.

The Indian Federation for Fashion Development is an organisation which provides the opportunity for fashion industry members, both new and old, to create networks that will facilitate action and inspire industry growth. IFFD provide useful & up-to-date information to keep the industry on top of what is happening locally and abroad, to make it more competitive and to encourage a thirst for quality education.

IFFD provides a marketing platform for all within the industry; from the student who want to share her talent to the household names we have come to know and love. By increasing local and international awareness of Indian brands and talent, IFFD hope to inspire increased demand and brand loyalty. With these primary directives IFFD hope to assist in creating a positive knock on effort that will facilitate job creation and growth for the industry.

The first day of India Runway Week spring/summer 2018 started out with International Designer Bibi Russell who opened the show, showcasing her fascination with handspun and hand-woven fabric.

Bollywood Fame Nusrat Barucha & Indian Television Actress Asha Negi sizzle on the ramp as designer showcase their collection

The show opened with the designs of International Designer Bibi Russell  under the name of “Rajasthali”. The day one of the India Runway Week was high on creativity, where experienced designers ruled the ramp, the newbies were also not far behind.

The names of the 1st day designers were Bibi Russell, Ridha by Rohit Arora, Varsana by Vandana Jaju & Aditi Jaju, Soniya Chandorkar, Nazila Sawhney, Aditi Aggarwal and last but not the least James Ferriera.

Bibi Rusell showcased her collection under the name of Rajasthali by Bibi Rusell in New Delhi at IFFD’s India Runway Week Summer 2018 for the third time. Her entire collection is made from this handspun and hand-woven fabric diversified by art and design intervention to be made more suitable for the modern context. Her collection had all shades of Black & white in cotton, ecological & khadi. Everything she represented is handmade in Rajasthan with matching jewelry and shoes. Her collection includes lots of Tunic, Wrap Pants, Harem Pants and others. Khadi is not merely a piece of cloth, but a way of life. Bibi Russell, the celebrated designer from Bangladesh who brought the humble gamchha to the international runway, has for the last few years directed her focus on working for the heritage crafts of Rajasthan.

Ridha by Rohit Arora presented- “A Day In the Garden” The collection’s landscape is adorned by the botanical embroidery engraved on subtle mix of colours like pink , blues , green etc.  From the brides bouquet to the beautiful centerpieces few people realize the time, effort, and consideration that goes into the planning of a wedding. The floral patterns and arrangements into a garment are just one part of the battle. Silhouettes are their label’s signature styles. All garments had a play of intricate hand embroidery using AARI, ZARDOZI ETC.  Their collection belongs to all those women who lives in the world of beauty, no matter what shape or size, she feels confident in her skin.

Varsana by Vandana Jaju & Aditi Jaju presented “The Window”, in broader term signifies the scenic view outside ones window on a summer morning. Beautiful flowers shining towards the sun, rustling leaves, branches of trees and the singing birds, create a story line of their collection.  The palette of the collection descends through a range of bright as well as soothing spectrum of colors, perfect for a summer wardrobe. Over All the collection is a mix of classic silhouettes crafted with intricate colourful embroidery. Dimensions of which are captured in delicately sculptured gowns, dresses, kurtas, lengha etc. Painstakingly crafted to mark an excursion of patterns overlaid with intricate and innovative surfaces.

 Soniya Sanchi showcased “Lucknowi Chikankari” a symbol of elegance, class, tradition & a heritage with a touch of Mukaish work.   *Mukaish*- an almost forgotten craft beautifies the Chickenkari work by its signature embroidery. When paired with Chickenkari it revamps and elevates the creation to a whole new level of chic and class. Also Sonnets of nature are threaded onto lights with combination of Banarasi brocade, rich skills & exquisite fabric flaunting the crafts of India. Motifs of Flowers, creepers, birds, foliages all scenic gifts of nature come together weaving their magic into intricate tonal stories on the fabric. Television Diva Asha Negi walked the ramp for designer Soniya Sanchi. Asha looks fabulous in her designs.

Nazila Swahney presented “Cover Girl” -the story of a young Afghan Girl. An orphan refugee whose piercing eyes shook the world when it appeared in the cover of the National Geographic’s in 1985. Without a name, she became known as the “Afghan Girl”, the uncertainty and fear in her eyes stood for thousands of Afghan children.

Kavita Aggarwal’s collection was Ode to Pietra Dura an ancient decorative art form, often referred to as ‘paintings in stone’, Pietra Dura was once fostered by kingdoms as far apart in time and location as Romans and Moghuls. Her bridal collection is a tribute to Pietra Dura’s vivacity and a captivating look into new application for this age-old art form. The embroidery in her ensembles is a replication of Pietra Dura motifs – not so much in technique as in aesthetics. As crossover fashion doesn’t merely adorn a wearer, it transforms her, she dedicate this Indo-western fusion to the modern Indian woman, who’s rooted in traditions, yet open to fresh explorations. Bollywood Fame Nushrat Bharucha sizzled the ramp for designer Kavita Aggarwal and look beautiful in designer’s outfit.

 

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