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Contents Style File
16 Mad plaid, leather luxe and grunge glam!
44 Skincare tips for trouble-free winter skin
20 Midi - the new skirt length
48 Dazzling eye makeup trends for A/W 13
38 Bombers, denims and checks – the men take it all!
Trend It 32 Wear the trend with a dose of glamour
42 Fashion for kids - a serious business, we say!
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52 Long, medium or beachy; create waves with your hairstyle
Sip ‘n’ Bite 60 A nip in the air? Brew a strong cup of tea
Good Living 64 Fitness fundas to stay young
Wanderlust 66 Shopping is not Greek anymore. Check out where to shop in Greece
70 Beauty secrets of Jacqueline Fernandez
12 Flower power is the rage
71 Movies to watch out for in the coming months
Essentials 10 Upcoming events at Select CITYWALK 72 Happenings at the shopping centre
13 Take the bold red to town 14 Splurge on gothic studs and spikes 15 Animal prints leave their mark 35 Statement backpacks 36 Boots that kiss the ankle
76 Store directory
46 Skin treat-Butter yourself up
56 Concealers to the rescue
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The bold flower
Floral satin top. NEXT, `3,999
Woodland confetti dress. FRENCH CONNECTION, `4,999
Dandelions bloomed at Valentino and Dries Van Notenâ€™s show. Rochas picked chrysanthemums while Bottega Veneta scattered silk marguerite daisies. The flower has found a romantic spot on runways across the globe. Pair this floral printed blazer with a simple white teeblue denims combo! ZARA. `6,490
Team this floral print miniskirt with a plain tee or a black blouse. MANGO, `3,590
Printed tube dress. ZARA, `3,990
Lace applique print top. Mango, `3,590
Lace peep-toe shoes, Mango, ` 4,990
Throw this scarf on for some floral romance. ACCESSORIZE, `2,195
Embroidered box clutch, ZARA, `3,790
Doublebreasted long coat, Mango, `8,990
Argyle print top. Tommy Hilfiger, `4,499
Lilly zip pants. French connection, `4,999
Double breasted long coat. MANGO, `8,990
Give me red Red looked dangerously good on global catwalks. Take your pick from these beauties and paint the town red!
Dolce & Gabbana Autumn/Winter 2013-14
Belt pleated dress. MANGO, `4,990
Red cuff court shoes. NEXT, `3,299
Fantasy fabric dress. ZARA, `4,990
Leather handbag in red. Hidesign, `4,895 Leather effect cuff. MANGO, `1,290
/bag it Metal studded necklaces are no more a thing for rockers. Get yourself one from ACCESSORIZE, `1,145
Rock the night away in this halter neck studded dress. Team with sky-high studded stilettos. KAZO, `3,990
This studded denim jacket is a musthave even for the faint-hearted. Guess, Price on request.
Embossed ring. MANGO, `990
The Metallic Stud
Studded round-neck sweater. TOMMY HILFIGER, `4,499
Metal studs and spikes are as popular as ever! Pick a metal hue of your choice and flaunt the rocker-chic diva in you Studded shoulder bag. MANGO, `2,590
SIENNA MILLER at 2013 Met Gala in New York
These denim shorts just went from being cute to being hot with the metal studs on them. Guess, `2,990
Metal studded boots for the serious metal head.STEVE MADDEN, `9,999 This midi pencil skirt will look great when paired with a serious formal shirt and add a pop accessory to liven it up! NEXT, `3,640
Animal instinct Itâ€™s the animal instinct in us that brought this out. Animal prints leap gloriously on the fashion map
Cascading animal print detail top. Mango, `3,590
Snake print shirt dress. MANGO, `4,990
Winter simba dress. French connection, `5,699
Leopard print satin-finish trousers. MANGO, `2,990
Leather snake ankle boot. ZARA, `5,990
Jean Paul Gaultier Autumn/Winter 2013-14
Leopard print chiffon blouse. MANGO, `3,990
Animal print shorts. Guess, Price on request.
Animal print box clutch. KAZO, `4,200
This is how you can wear plaid on plaid and not look ridiculous! A belted upperwaist and cute pointed heels complete this chic look. Gucci’s Fall-Winter 2013 collection shows you how
Back to the
From studded leather to plaid to what was thought of as ‘unfashionable’ at one point, grunge is making its fashion comeback. Throw some dungarees, plaid prints, retro motifs, checks, spikes, crop tops and plenty of sheer pieces and wear it with a big dose of ‘I don’t care’! Shruti Tomar breaks down the fierce ’90s look
he ’90s are back with rocker T-shirts, plaid button-ups, and lace-up boots everywhere. Leather is in, from skirts and jackets to unexpected trims on T-shirts, leggings, and dresses. Downtown gritty grunge gets a stylish makeover to prove that some styles are so much better a second time around.
Team this checked dress with a pair of booties. NEXT. `5,899
Monochrome plaid poncho. WILLS LIFESTYLE. `3,299
Checked doublebreasted jacket. ZARA. `6,490
Checked fabric bag. MANGO. `3,590
Team this checked blouson with a pair of free-flowing pants. MANGO. `3,390
Zip detail belt. MANGO. `1,590
Purple half-gloves. ACCESSORIZE. Price on request
One of fashion’s most memorable eras is grunge and an important part of it is the plaid or tartan pattern which has seen a makeover since it first shot to fame. The strong presence of plaid on the Fall 2013/14 runways has most brands celebrating this print. Designers have used new styles, cuts and creative uses to make the plaid, that actually dates back hundreds of years, look like anything but old-fashioned. Changing the way this Scottish staple is worn, this season sees the vintage plaid in layers, in colour and in feminine cuts. Fall 2013 runways saw designers teaming plaid with pinstripes, tweeds and other eye-catching prints for a chic take on the classic pattern. Models were seen in a combination of the evergreen plaid with the leopard print too. At Marc by Marc Jacobs, the plaid-pinstripe combo was a huge hit while at Tommy Hilfiger, models were spotted in pin-striped shirts and slouchy plaid overcoats.
A runway classic
Stella McCartney’s take was combining a plaid bomber jacket with a pin-striped turtleneck dress. She took inspiration from the classic British menswear for her fall collection to present a mannish, boxy plaid jacket with a colour palette of red, white and green. Céline showcased the same colour combination in an oversized jacket for her label’s 2013 collection which also featured a motley selection of loose-fitted plaid outfits. The soft silhouette of the dropped-shoulder jacket was ubiquitous in the oversized fall 2013 offerings. A plaid-crazy Anna Sui showcased the print from head-to-toe at her fall 2013 show. Similar looks were seen at Moschino and at Sacai where models strutted down the catwalk in two-piece plaid suits.
You can’t avoid fur, faux leather and animal skin texture this season. A look by Diane Von Furstenberg
Givenchy showed us how the grunge leather look can be made glamorous. A floral printed leather jacket from the brand’s season’s collection.
Fall’s reinvented print had designers combining fabric with leather, adding a healthy dose of modernity to the mix. Vivienne Tam mastered the combo pairing loose-fitted plaid bottoms with leather geometric
The plaid overcoat is creating waves on the global fashion scene.
Mad about plaid
Nothing screams grunge more than the denim-leather combo. Add to that buckles, boots, zips and an attitude. A model in a Mango look
Team this spiked necklace with a grunge ensemble. NEXT. `1,599
Faux leather panel shift dress. NEXT. ` 4,199
Nothing says grunge glam like a leather biker jacket. MANGO. `9,900
tops. Victoria Beckham is a fan as well; the designer presented an oversized coat with cobalt blue leather panel at her fall 2013 show. No. 21 had another fun take on the print pairing plaid knits and blouses with glittering sequinned skirts, showing us yet another fun way to play up the plaid trend for the upcoming season. Dolce and Gabbana showed a plaid skirt teamed with a complementary gold blouse that looked classy.
Leather complements the grunge look like nothing can. Mix an animal print chiffon top with fitted leather pants for contrasting textures. Animal print bomber jackets too take centre stage this season. Leopard, cheetah, snake and crocodile skin prints are extremely popular. Leather skirts are a huge 2013 trend and can be seen in different colours and varying lengths. Team these up with a jacket and a printed camisole or a racer back top for a military chic look. While these skirts come as sexy, modest, long or short, Fall 2013 demands you try the below-the-knee leather skirt for a new look. Needless to say, every designer loved the plaid, leather and
Leopard print knit sweater. MANGO. `2,990
A leather miniskirt with zips. Enough said. ZARA. `6,490
Animal print shoes. ACCESSORIZE. `3,495
Buckled shoulder bag. ALDO. `5,500
Tan gladiator sandal. TRESMODE. `4,000
This eagle necklace spells grunge all the way. ACCESSORIZE. `1,945
Grunge becomes glam The grunge look has come a long way from denim shorts and cut-off leather vests of the ‘90s, until now. The revival of this fashionable look sees lumberjack plaid and leather vests to cut-off tees with sweeping floor-length skirts. Grunge is more colourful now and more eclectic and embellished. Moving away from dirty washes and bare threads, the grunge trend today is all about blending the right textures and fabrics. To get the grunge layered-up look, wear a buttoned-up shirt with a leather jacket thrown on top and finish the look with a plaid scarf wrapped around your neck. A slip dress layered with a plaid buttoned-up shirt and Doc Marten boots or the Balenciaga boot makes for a luxe appeal! The key thing in this look is to strike a balance. If you are wearing an oversized plaid shirt, pair it with a chiffon skirt or shorts and add a choker necklace or sparkle belt to polish it off. It’s all about being effortlessly cool.
Checks and floral combined dress. ZARA. `3,990
Sailor knot metal bracelet. MANGO. `1,590
Wear this metallic cardigan with denims and knee-length boots. MANGO. Price on request
Beige top with fringes. GUESS. Price on request
Strictly glamorous! Buckled bag from ALDO. ` 5,200
Block-heeled biker-chic boots from ALDO. `7,500
How to wear • When buying plaid, keep in mind the fabric and its wearability. Sheer silk, chiffon and other transparent fabrics are great for Indian weather. • Layering acts as a huge supplement to this trend whether it is summer or winters. • Plaid pencil skirts are worth investing in irrespective of the season you are in. The look can be updated by teaming it with other trends current to a particular season. • Experiment with colours and steer away from the safe zones of Britainapproved red and black plaid. • Be inventive with this look. Whether you are incorporating plaid, leather or wearing the grunge look, do something different. Skinny jeans and thick plaid button shirts are lame. Go bold with plaid print pants, accessorise with tartan scarves, shoes, collars and bags. Layer with panache and don’t shy away from wearing print on print.
Go grunge-glam with this high-slit pencil skirt, mid-calf boots and a leather jacket. Slap on a wrist cuff and you’re there! Pic: Steve Madden
grunge look this season. There is nothing subtle about plaid and the smartest way to wear it is to highlight its strength with equally striking clothing and accessories. The key is to match the hues. Pick up the lightest shade in the colour combination and accentuate it. The classic way of wearing it would be a plaid kilt with a sensuous silk blouse and motorcycle boots or topped off with a leather trimmed jacket. For the bolder lot, pair it with an even stronger pattern such as the paisley.
Midi - a length between the mini and the maxi that actually has the fashion world willing to meet somewhere in the middle. The midi skirt, or the ‘new skirt’ is taking a whole new meaning this season. Shruti Tomar tries to wrap it all up...
he new skirt, reaching to the mid-calf and slightly flared, has the elemental silhouette of the late ‘50s and early ‘60s but with a stark modern bent that places it squarely in 2013. The length once seen as dowdy is being lapped up by fashionistas and designers worldwide as a fashion staple. So, abandon all your prudish notions about the midi because Fall 2013 just made it a stylish must-have. Whether it is punked up with leather as showcased in Céline and Acne or smattered with funky prints at Moschino or the loose and long A-line shapes at Balenciaga, the new skirt is a superhit on the biggest fashion maps.
Worn with ankle booties and a ruffled top, this look is bang on trend.
Veni, MIDI, Vici!
Victoria Beckham’s Fall ‘13 collection shows the midi worn tuxedo style with cut-out sleeves. Pure elegance!
The street-style midi worn with flat Oxford shoes.
Mara Hoffman takes the midi down the casual road with this cropped top and peep-toes.
Proenza Schouler’s Fall 2013 show is a perfect example of what’s to come. Skirts that hit just below the knee paired with cocoon or cropped jackets and low d’Orsay pumps or kitten heels is just right. Once you have the length right, you simply have to re-proportion everything else. You could start with a top that can be tucked in or is not too far below the waist. Unless you are Gisele Bundchen who would look great even in a sack, you need the definition. A slim knit turtleneck or a V-neck top would look great. If you intend to wear a coat or a jacket on top, reboot your options. A hip-length jacket or a boxy coat that’s above the knee will look unique with this trend. Alexander Wang lead the short, round-shouldered versions of this coat at Balenciaga’s Fall 2013 show that has sent the fashion world into a tizzy. Marc Jacobs, Céline and Rochas also exhibited a warm cosiness of this shape in their collections. How to wear it: A top tucked in shows off your waist and lengthens your figure. It also lends definition so that you don’t look disproportionate. If you are conscious of the tummy, blouse your top so that there are a couple of extra folds of fabric over the skirt’s waistband. A classic pump with a pencil skirt is your first answer. Proenza’s new low-heeled d’Orsays is covetable. Men’s style penny loafers, if you want to go the vintage route, are also a fantastic idea. Do not wear tights with these flat shoes or you’ll risk looking outdated and moreover, completely kill the look. The easiest way out would be to wear stilettos with a flared skirt but it’s a big no-no. Kitten heels or the chunky, stacked-wood-heeled booties that cover your ankles will give this look the right amount of panache.
It is a misconception that a below-the-knee skirt will make short women look even shorter. The important thing here is to wear a skirt that sits on your natural waist with your shirt tucked in and at least a two-inch heel. Ideally, pick nude shoes to boost height. This silhouette will elongate your body. You pull off this length in a dress instead of a skirt as well. This season has a burst of dresses in a myriad range of styles and colours that hit just below the knee. The imperative thing is to feel confident however you wear it.
The new midi length is great for those who don’t want to show off too much flesh while still looking hip. Remove your old school skirts if you still have them lying around and give them a trendy makeover. Team with stockings and kitten heels and you’re good to go. Recharge your midi with punchy prints, dipped hems and interesting detailing. Full A-line shapes come to the forefront as we welcome the umbrella skirt into our wardrobes, while a hip-skimming, midi length pencil skirt looks fresh teamed with ankle socks and platform sandals. This longer length, by no means, signifies a stuffy, buttoned-up look. Alternatively, it‘s a great way to play with textures like brocade, leather, lace and jacquard. The midi’s shape also gives ample room to strike varying proportions like crop tops that are also a current favourite on the street style circuit. The success of the midi lies in its appeal across generations. Fashion at the moment is a free mix with some street styles and a minimal, ultra-luxe look – all of which fit in beautifully with the midi skirt.
Oscar de la Renta does the new length skirt with a faux fur twist.
Skirts look great, but knee-length, feminine, fitted and fairly dressed up – now how can that not be in vogue. Rotate your wardrobe 180 degrees from a pant-centric one to a skirt-centric one. With this new-length skirt, new rules apply though. It is vital that the hem hits your leg at the right spot. The sweet spot on every woman is just below the knee where your leg curves in and the calf begins. If you find a skirt that is longer, hem it.
Can you wear this trend if you are a plus size? The answer is definitely. You simply want to create a proportion that complements your figure. Choose a skirt that is wider at the hem, much like the pencil skirt. It is a myth that pencil skirts are all the same meaning that they are upside down triangles which are so tight at the knees that they barely allow the wearer to walk. The skirt for a plus size would be a pencil skirt with an opening that can suit anyone from a size zero to size 12. It’s because of the length it generates on the body and the flattering leg opening. The straight shape will lend balance to a plus-size body.
Dries Van Noten gives the monochrome midi a dash of colour.
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Peplum top with the midi skirt on Michael Kors’s runway.
Pencil it your way
Statement necklace. ACCESSORIZE. Price on request
Zip jacket. ZARA. `4,990
Metallic dress in the midi length. NEXT. `3,999
Touchfaceted crystal earrings. MANGO. `1,290
Damask print fitted shirt. MANGO. `2,290
Cable-knit cotton cardigan. MANGO. `2,990
Pair this mesh midi skirt with a knit top and flat booties. NEXT. `3,499
Leather city bag with foldover flap. ZARA. `10,990
These studded Oxfords are sure to take your outfit a fashionable notch up! MANGO. `7,990
Pointed vamp shoe. ZARA. `2,790
Dress it up
The new skirt length can also be worn on a dress if you so prefer. Accessories like the city bag and pointed heels turn this into a tres chic Upper East side look. Add a pair of crystal earrings and a jacket to break the femininity of it all. Try this!
Take this mesh midi skirt and pair it with a turtle neck damask print turtle neck or an oversized cable-knit sweater. Accessorise with a chunky neck piece and add a dash of style with the studded Oxfords.
Long necklace with stone pendant. SWAROVSKI. `6,600 Check bomber jacket. MANGO. `2,990
Tuck this fitted shirt into a pencil-length midi and wear sky-high stilettos. VAN HEUSEN. `2,499
Cropped tops with the midi are a surefire way of looking sexy! ZARA. `2,990
Mermaid studio skirt. ZARA. `5,990 Metal studded clutch. KAZO. `1,890
Accessorise your look with this chain clutch bag. ZARA. `2,790
Pure love is this metallic golden skirt. Pair with a crisp white shirt. ZARA. `6,490
Ankle boots are all the rage this season. Grab your pair. ALDO. Price on request
Suede court shoes with a metallic trim. ZARA. `5,390
Pair this golden-hued metallic skirt with a crisp white shirt and court shoes with a complementing trim. Accessorise with a long pendant and a chain clutch and you are sure to be the most stylish one around.
Crop and check
This mermaid-style midi with a crop top is a sure shot to fame and stardom. Throw a checkered bomber jacket and add a studded clutch with ankle booties to ace this look.
the autumn wind Stepping into the grand season of fall, fashion trends become bolder, elegant and arrogantly stylish. Here’s a look at what the season has brought to the fore with unapologetic candour. Plaids, leather, monochrome, androgyny and floral power; the trends speak for themselves! photographer Hormis Antony Tharakan ● stylist Simran Arya ● makeup Kajee ● hair courtesy Looks Salon, Select CITYWALK ● model Leyla (6th Avenue Models)
For an uber-cool yet feminine look, don this skater dress. Step it up a notch with these beige heelbeauties, add a chunky neckpiece, bracelets and a glam box clutch to boot. Skater dress, FOREVER NEW, `4,800. Resin necklace, FOREVER NEW, `1,000. Multi bracelet pack, ALDO accessorize, `1,650. Shoes, STEVE MADDEN, `6,000. Clutch, ALDO, `3,800
Fluid florals Donâ€™t be afraid to team a floral print with another set of flowers. Just neutralise the effect with a white jacket like in this look. Pair it with a statement necklace and ankle strap heels. Feel the flower power! Jacket, MANGO, `3,990. Top, MANGO, `1,790. Skirt, MANGO, `3,590. Necklace, accessorize, `2,195. Shoes, STEVE MADEN, `10,000
MONOCHROME A trend that has immense potential to last, the monochrome can be worn in so many ways. Stripes, houndstooth, checks, you name it. Team with solid-hued shoes and gold accented accessories. Stripe shirt, FOREVER NEW, `3,200. Jacket, FOREVER NEW, `5,800. Pants, ZARA, `3,490. Leather Pumps, ALDO, `8,800. Faux leather sling bag, ALDO accessorize, `3,800. Belt (worn as necklace), ZARA, `1,790
THE RAD PLAID
The hottest trend currently, don’t shy away from wearing plaid on plaid. This sheer plaid shirt teamed with a brighter plaid mini skirt shows you how it’s done. A shoulder bag, stilettos and a striking neckpiece do the trick! Shirt, MANGO, `2,790. Skirt, ZARA, `2,190. Suede pumps, CHARLES & KEITH, `4,999. Faux croc -leather bag, CHARLES & KEITH, `6,000. Metal stone necklace, accessorize, `1,945. Metal chain link choker, MANGO, `1,590
INTO THE WILD Animal prints are having a long stay! Pick up a top and team it with a short skirt or pants or even denims. Throw on a bunch of spiked, studded and chain-link necklaces and itâ€™s a grungy go!
Tunic, PROMOD, `2,490. Skirt, FOREVER NEW, `2,800. Spike necklaces, accessorize, `1,545 (each). Cross necklaces, accessorize, `1,145 (each) Faux leather bracelet, ALDO accessorize, `800
Mix it up a bit using a bit of the masculine and a bit of the feminine. The long coat atop a chiffon blouse and fitted trousers, the good doctorâ€™s bag and strappy heels scream glamourous androgyny. Long coat, MANGO, `5,990. Chiffon blouse, KAZO, `1,990. Trousers, MANGO, `2,290. Peep Toe Sandals, ALDO, `8,200. Sharouk for SWAROVSKI earrings, `9,750. Faux leather doctor bag, ALDO accessorize, `5,400.
Collared riot stretch jacket. French connection, `8,999
Zipper-detail jacket. Guess, Price on request
Pleated skirts have taken the 2013 Fall runways by storm. The box pleated skirt teamed with biker or bomber jacket exudes a cool, care-a-damn attitude with just the right amount of élan.
Pleats please Pleated and in plaid. Simply doesn’t get better than that this Fall. NEXT, `3,299
Quilted and studded: an arm-candy from ALDO. `3,800 Folded crosssling to add to the cool in you. accessorize, `2,195
Sky blue mini-skirt with broad box pleats. Team it with a pastel racerback and a fringed bomber jacket. Zara, `2,990
Black faux fur and buckle sling bag. Next, `2,999
There is something to be said about the slouchy sweatshirt teamed with a prim pleated school-girl skirt. Dig out the good ol’ uniform skirt from your trunks and make it work as a hip fashion statement. Pair it with a collared shirt or a knit top, wear the booties, a cross body bag and march on!
Cinched pleats are just another way of wearing pleats elegantly. MANGO `2,290
Prada, Ralph Lauren, Charlotte Ronson, Peter Som are just some of the designers who filled the Fall 2013 runways with pleats. From long maxis, to school minis to mid-calf or just above the knee, teamed with a slouchy tee or a chic knit, a buttery leather number or a silk chiffon top; all of these will remind you why you feel in love with the pleated skirt in the first place.
Motorcycle jacket with zips. Tommy Hilfiger, `5,999
Team this open-knit white sweater with a pleated skirt or leggings. Finish the look with boots. MANGO, `3,590
Nothing adds that extra dose of style like a statement accessory. This square miniaudiere when teamed with an oversized ensemble spells paradoxical rather fashionably. Make a statement with this cuff-band wrist candy. Cowl-neck rib knit sweater in pale blue. ZARA, `3,990
Miniaudiere with wrist band. ZARA, `2,790 Faux fur bracelet clutch. MANGO, `2,990
Set of three necklaces. ACCESSORIZE, `2,095
Long necklace with Vita pendant. Swarovski, `6,600
Big is back
Checkered oversize sweater. NEXT, `3,499
Knee-high boots look great with oversized chunky sweaters and tops as well as swingy mini-skirts and cute dresses. Aldo, price on request
Eschew accessories when dabbling in the oversized. Let your silhouette be the focus. Skinny cigarette pants, a knee-length soft skirt worn with mid-calf to knee-high boots creates an irresistible look for this trend.
Big is truly beautiful with oversized sweaters, pillow-sleeved jackets, cocoon coats and softly structured skirts. Stella McCartney, Chloe, Jil Sander, Balenciaga and so many more designers took to this larger-thanlife trend. Wear your oversized top with something slightly structured so that it all looks proportionate.
Buckled black boots are a perfect compliment to knee-length skirts. Steve madden, `9,999 Tired of singlehued boots. Make a dash for this mono-tone wedged pair. NEXT, `7,999
Leather-finish motorbike leggings. Zara, `2,490
Wear this long top with a pair of anklelength leggings and a stylish tote. MANGO, `2,290
Team this pretty babypink top with a pair of printed leggings and a long necklace. Zara, `2,790
If you have the figure pair these checked ones with an elegant, formal flowing shirt and tuck it in. Throw in a bold accessory. NEXT, `4,399
Leg it up
Letâ€™s get this straight. Leggings are not jeans, not pants and definitely not cropped pants. They are footless tights that come in a variety of patterns, prints and textures. Wear them differently and not necessarily under a skirt, dress or kurta. One simple rule works with leggings - wear tops that go past the hips.
Crackerberry pop knit top. French connection, `4,999
High collar studio top in a leathery finish. Zara, `4,990
Sequinned chiffon-lined jumper. Zara, `3,990 Metallic animal print leggings. MANGO, `2,990
White studio cropped top. Zara, `4,990
Leggings are out again in full force this season. Designers like Prada and international apparel chain like Zara and Mango are bringing leggings to the fore. Worn right, these versatile garb goes a long way. A must-have in your wardrobe to dress up or dress down, both stylishly!
Add a dash of elegance to the basic with this red zipper clutch. MANGO, `2,290
A little animal-print loving did no harm! NEXT, `5,299
Fringed style with an asymmetrical touch for that extra panache. ACCESSORIZE, `3,095
Add a golden belt to this crepe wrap jumpsuit. MANGO, `5,990
The envelope clutch bag has caught on with fashionistas worldwide. Stylish metallic details, animal prints, bohemian looks, zips and so much more. Grab yours today and flaunt it with a basic jumpsuit teamed with a chunky necklace and long earrings.
Double buckled ankle boots. ALDO, price on request Nothing says overalls like the ones in denim. GUESS, price on request
An ethereal jumpsuit simply brings a girl back to the basics. Go for the cool, bohemian ones in denim or opt for the classy look in crepe. Either way, the jumpsuit or overall comes in all styles, colours, prints and fabrics. Suitable for both day or night, for work or leisure; you can totally depend on it.
Halter-neck, backless jumpsuit. ZARA, `4,990
Zipper leather ankle boots. MANGO, `11,900
Block heel ankle boots ZARA, `5,390
Booties are all the rage currently. When paired with overalls, they exude a very daring, rocker-glam look. Buckled, block-heels, wedge heels, zipped or slip-on booties, take your pick from the plethora out there.
Contrasting textures backpack. ALDO. `5,000
Team this leopard print bucket bag with stony jeans, an oversized sweater and studded ankle boots. MANGO. `3,590
This rucksack with zipper details is great for the outdoors. ZARA. `3,790
Back punch Want to show your style with a cute carryall this season? Of course you do. Pick your favourites...
Blue and brown quilted backpack. ACCESSORIZE. `4,045
Do it like this
Team this with a fringed crop top and skinny jeans. ZARA. `7,990 Touch studded bucket bag. MANGO. `3,590
Bundle in your essentials in this one. ALDO. `5,000
Buckled and heeled booties. ALDO. Price on request
Combi platform ankle boots. MANGO. `5,990
Block heel leather ankle boot. ZARA. `7,390
Suede ankle boots with elastic sides. MANGO. `6,590
This fantastic style has wormed its way onto the ankles of everyone in the fashion-know. Boot up in your favourite from our picks.
Nappa leather openankle boot with a track sole. ZARA. `5,990
We love this leather ankle boot with a back strap. ZARA. `7,390
Wear this pointed ankle bootie with a pair of snugly fitted denims. ZARA. `3,390 Folded ankle with buckles. NEXT. Price on request
Curve-heeled with zip detail suede bootie. STEVE MADDEN. `8,999
Men’s style chart
Leather jacket with top stitching at shoulders and pockets. ZARA. `13,990
Fall 2013 for the gentlemen ranges from luxe leather, statement scarves, camo print, cuffed pants to the humble roll neck and gilet. Shruti Tomar tells you what to wear this season
Pair these trousers with a crisp shirt. VAN HEUSEN. `3,499
One of the most popular jackets for this ‘inbetween’ season is the bomber. However, not just any bomber jacket will do; designers and high street collections alike are combining the industry’s current penchant for print with the key outerwear silhouette to create a staple piece that packs a creative punch. Roberto Cavalli wholeheartedly backed the printed bomber. His collection included a wide variety of styles, including a blue and white version with an Aztec-style pattern, along with a blue or purple fade effect patterned bomber, which gave the garment a textural feel. Also seen was a suede one in a beautiful aquamarine tone.
Roberto Cavalli makes the leather jacket look good
Calvin Klein brings the jacket back to the fore
ARMANI JEANS A/W 13. Menswear is taking a turn towards the care-a-damn cool with leather, bomber jackets and denim.
Brown all-weather jacket. TOMMY HILFIGER. `12,999
Other designers backing the bomber trend include Dolce & Gabbana, who showcased a printed silk bomber complete with a colourful mural pattern that featured armoured knights in battle. The sumptuous palette of red, gold and blue utilised was extremely rich and helped create a piece that was almost tapestry-like. Jonathan Saunders went for a similar statement approach within his collection
Team this printed T-shirt with denims. VAN HEUSEN. `1,699
You can’t go wrong with these brown shoes. TOMMY HILFIGER. `12,999
Lace-up ankle boots. A hit with the denims! ALDO. Price on request
by featuring a vibrant, kaleidoscopic print bomber in bright shades of blue, purple and magenta. Saunders also included an off-white bomber complete with a muted check pattern – perfect for those looking to take a more understated approach. The Calvin Klein collection showcased several bomber jackets with floral prints applied to the sleeves and body in tones of blue and grey.
With the popularity of chinos and tailored shorts only increasing, denimâ€™s status within the industry has decreased over the last few years, especially so during summers. But there are new and exciting ways to integrate denim into your wardrobe.
Calvin Klein does denim on denim
Fox Hunt makes denim look so effortlessly cool
Inspiration for the denim pieces in the Fall collection was drawn from traditional work-wear styles, with raw-edged, unfinished denim gilets
Steadfast, fashionable and terribly sexy, a man in denim is eternally stylish.
Denim soft shirt. FRENCH CONNECTION. `3,499
A denim jacket is a no-brainer for a stylish man. TOMMY HILFIGER. `12,999
and denim jackets taking centre stage. However, the material was also used for the construction of formal wear, with a particular highlight coming in the form of a four-piece indigo denim suit that featured a denim blazer, waistcoat, tunic and trousers. Also embracing a smarter approach were Valentino, who showcased tailored suits in sharp Japanese denim paired with crisp white shirts and trainers. The designer collections featured several takes on the denim jacket. Nicole Farhi included a blouson-style version with zip fastening, which was paired with grey tailored trousers. Brands such as Valentino, Louis Vuitton and YMC featured more traditional takes, whereas Acne and Richard Nicoll added a quirky twist through a round neck cropped denim jacket and a stone-wash denim jacket with contrast navy pocket detailing respectively.
Blue denims for all season. VAN HEUSEN. Price on request Leather belt with plaque buckle. ZARA. `1,990
Faded jeans never go out of style. ZARA. `3,990
Crossover rucksack. ZARA. `12,990
Going one step further were brands such as Dsquared2 and Versace, which both included sleeveless denim gilets that channelled a 1980s vibe.
Pair these with your loungewear denims. ALDO. Price on request Lace shoes. ALDO. Price on request
Denim shoes. TOMMY HILFIGER. `3,199
The checkered Franklin sweater from WILLS LIFESTYLE. `3,999
Checkered fun It’s no surprise that when a trend becomes popular for women, it spills over to menswear as well. The check or plaid or tartan was visible in menswear collections across global runways. A penchant for colour and print in menswear becomes much more popular and acceptable in Fall 2013, with the return of a louder plaid. After extolling the dark patterns we call shadow plaids, there was a palpable shift to the louder Prince of Wales plaids. It’s easy to pull off this one if you pair it with a quieter shirt and tie. If you don’t embrace the plaid or patterned tie this season, you’ll be sorely dreary. The plaid or checker print might be the boldest colour palette greeting this season. Plaid, flannel shirts will become a basic in men’s wardrobes. They can be worn over long-sleeved thermal shirts for an easy-to-wear day look. To bring the checks into more professional or evening wear, simply wear a crisp button-down in plaid. Thumb rule of checks: avoid pairing your plaid with plaid. Make one piece the star of your outfit and let it speak for itself. Be willing to experiment with colours when it comes to going the plaid way. Get checks that are a mix of colours like yellow and green, blue and orange and other such bright hues.
The must-have plaid shirt. TOMMY HILFIGER. `3,999
Suede belt. ZARA. `2,190
Checks in all colours can suit a man. Be brave.
Check print clutch bag. ZARA. `2,790
Valentino brought the plaid out in suits
Bold, quaint and quintessential English, the checks takes a huge bow.
Sleeveless puffedup jacket. TOMMY HILFIGER. `8,999
Checked trousers with suspenders. ZARA. `3,990
Brown shoes. ALDO. Price on request
ashion for kids just got serious with the first ever Global Kids’ Fashion Week being held in London earlier this year. The key kids-wear trends for FallWinter 2013 were showcased via creations from over 30 established and emerging designers, including Kenzo, Roberto Cavalli, Oscar de La Renta, Billie Bush, Mini A Ture and Issosy, on little models that walked, skipped, danced and cartwheeled down the runway. Children’s fashion has come of its own what with international brands like Zara, Tommy Hilfiger, Mango, Accessorize, United Colours of Benetton and Forever New devoting entire collections to kids. Closer home, stores like Wills Lifestyle, Gini and Jony, Chicco, Fab India have sprawling
It’s no hidden secret that kids fashion is more often than not a reflection of the trends for adults. Shruti Tomar predicts what the kids will flaunt on themselves in the coming months
Printed cardigan. ZARA. `1,490
Spectator stripe dress. TOMMY HILFIGER. ` 3,299
Not to be taken lightly, these l’il miss’ know that monochrome mix-n-match is serious business. United Colours of Benetton
Sunflower belt. TOMMY HILFIGER. `899
Team this printed leggings with a cotton top. ZARA. `1,190
Polka-dotted skirt. ZARA. `1,990 Basic ankle boot. ZARA. `2,490
Floral leather basketball boot. ZARA. `2,490
kids-wear sections that leave you spoilt for choice. Denim fun – No wardrobe is complete without denim and it’s no different this season. Skinny jeans and jeggings (jeans that looks like leggings) are still a popular hit amongst young girls. Not baggy and not skinny, but fitted is more like it for boys. For both boys and girls, a dark wash is trendy although the girls have wider options with coloured jeans in neon shades, brown, purple, cobalt, red and green also being in. Richly embellished jeans with laces, crystals, fringes and studs will also be seen in the coming season. Denim pinafores, jumpsuits and dungarees are making a huge comeback. The athlete – The sporty look scores high this season. Varsity jackets and sweatshirts are all the rage. Girls can easily pair sweatshirts with a cute and feminine skirt or fitted denims. Wearing one over a dress is
also rather fashionable. Younger children will get to indulge in knit T-shirts, capris, layered crop-tops, skirts, tank tops and so much more. Free knit tops as well as jumpers, sweaters and cardigans are tremendously in vogue this Fall. Prints and colours - Prints - and bold ones at that - are going to reign in the coming festive season. Statement prints, appliqués, embroidery will accentuate youthfulness and add the cheerful vibe to kids-wear. Stripes, especially nautical ones and polka dots promise to become the key prints of the season. Colours that will stay in vogue are natural shades like gray, steel, brown, black and white. Bold colours like neons, red, pink, orange, coral, purple and fuchsia will also be omnipresent in kids-wear, especially for young girls.
not? It will never go out of style. Superhero graphic T-shirts, accessories, shoes and back-to-school paraphernalia are in. Children like to copy their parents in pretty much everything they do, including clothing. The trends for kids in the coming Fall-Winter are distinctive with a lot of silhouettes and mixing of different styles in one ensemble. Watch out for these styles if you are a parent who is about to indulge in shopping for the little ones.
Superhero style – This is a classic, isn’t it
Team these red pants with an oh-so-cool tee! TOMMY HILFIGER. `3,299 For the little gent, jeans with suspenders. ZARA.`2,490
Belt with printed flag. ZARA. `590 Suede patch cardigan. TOMMY HILFIGER. `3,999
Leather desert boot. ZARA. `3,490
Premium leather basketball boot. ZARA. `3,490
If checks are in for the father, they are also trendy for his little lad. Get your boy a check shirt pronto! United Colours of Benetton
Pair this wild style tee with denims. ZARA. `790
With the party season on its way, it is imperative to look good. Shruti Tomar gives you these simple tips to make heads turn and get noticed
ntake of unhealthy, calorie-loaded food, pollution in the air, the stress of a hectic social schedule, work, family, lack of time for skin care, and just plain laziness can
all spell disaster for your skin. Here are a few simple changes in your skin care regimen that you should make to look great in the coming festive months.
Never go to bed with your makeup on – Before sleeping, make it a point to thoroughly remove all traces of makeup from your face and neck with the help of a gentle cleanser. If you follow a good cleansing routine, your face stays clean of blemishes and acne naturally. To keep your skin the way you like it, wash your face twice a day with appropriate face washes and avoid any harsh cleansers. Use a gentle, foaming facial wash; using soap is not recommended because it may be too alkaline for the skin. The Body Shop’s Aloe Gentle Facial Wash is a good option. A cleanser with salicylic acid may be good if you have a tendency toward acne. For eye makeup removers, go for Clinique, The Body Shop or try L’occitane’s Immortelle Eye Makeup Remover. Remember to use a slightly damp cotton wipe so that it doesn’t drag on your skin. Moisturise, moisturise, moisturise - Apply an oil-free moisturiser in the morning and balance your skin with a low-alcohol toner (The Body Shop’s Tea Tree Facial Toner) during the day, if necessary. If you use a normal moisturiser in the summer months, step that up with a deep moisturising emollient in this pre-winter season. Make L’occitane’s Instant Hydration Mask a regular aid for an extra surge of moisture. For those who are worried about the first signs of ageing, this season is the worst. Try Shahnaz Husain’s Plant Stem Cells Renewing Face Cream to reduce lines and wrinkles and make the skin look brighter. For under-eye wrinkles, which manifest themselves in full glory during the season, try Shahnaz Husain’s Undereye Serum.
1. The Body Shop Aloe Gentle Facial Wash. `695 2. Chia Seed Soothing Mist Toner by the face shop. `1,156 3. L’Occitane Instant Hydration Mask. `2,350 4. The Body Shop Moisture White Shiso BB Serum. `2,095 5. The Body Shop Tea Tree Cool & Creamy Wash. `595 6. Sephora Refreshing Toner - `400 (50 ml) or `720 (200 ml) 7. The Body Shop’s Tea Tree Facial Toner. `795 8. Benefit Triple Performing. `2,090 9. The Body Shop Tea Tree Squeaky clean scrub. `795
Sunscreen – Enough has been said about the sunscreen and it’s still not enough. Always use one to protect your skin. Use special masks and scrubs regularly to slough
off blackheads. Sunscreen should be applied 15-20 minutes before stepping out in the sun as it takes some time for the action to start. It is recommended that to obtain the labelled SPF, sunscreen needs to be applied at 2 mg per sq. cm. If half the recommended amount is applied, you get less than half the SPF protection. Scrub - Oily skin has a hard upper layer, so regular exfoliation is must to keep it soft and to unclog pores. But don’t exfoliate more than once a week in winters. Use a gentle, grainy scrub concentrating on blackhead-prone areas like the nose and chin. The Body Shop’s Vitamin E Cream Exfoliator is an all-time hit. From the same brand, choose the Honey & Oat 3-in-1 Scrub Mask for deep cleaning. A balance diet – Fresh fruits and vegetables and proteins, such as fish, helps your body stay healthy and strong, fight fatigue and resist infection. Water is essential to keep your skin looking hydrated and healthy. Have at least eight glasses a day to moisturise your skin and flush out the toxins. A healthy lifestyle – Yes, it’s the festive season and a healthy lifestyle is tough to follow, but do try to maintain the basics. Too much alcohol, caffeine and cigarettes ravage the skin from inside. Avoid them. Exercise, yoga, and other physical activities will help build strength, energy, and increase stamina. Your body needs time to replenish its skin cells, leaving the skin around your eyes free from bags and dark circles, so make a ritual of sleeping early and having a good eight- hour sleep. Skipping meals or consuming excess festive food combined with less sleep can have an adverse effect on one’s overall health. To make sure you look fresh and vibrant, take out time to pamper yourself.
Chocolate: This body butter is best to apply before bedtime. The smell of the chocolate is known to soothe your senses before bedtime while hydrating your skin overnight. Known to be the most decadent body butter, the effects are amazing especially if you are looking to even out your skin tone. The chocolate content helps in eliminating free radicals that destroy the skin cells. Ideal for normal and dry skin types.
Lemon and sage: Lemon is a great skin cleanser and sage has anti-inflammatory properties. Users say this special body butter is so effective that a single squeeze can make rough and scaly skin history. Best for people with very dry skin. A lighter version can be used by those with oily skin.
Lâ€™Occitane Ultra Rich Body Cream. Price on request.
The Body Shop Chocolate Body Butter. `995
Shea: Found mostly in central Africa, the fruit of the karite or shea tree is used to make shea body butter. Completely organic, it contains cinnamic-acid esters, which are known to provide protection against harmful sun rays and smooth the skin. Best for dry skin.
Skin treat Winter is fast approaching and those with dry or sensitive skin are stocking up on moisturisers and creams. One of the best ways to deal with dry chapped skin is to use a body butter. Take your pick!
Bliss Body Butter Lite. `2,300
Body butter is a super-concentrated skin lotion that contains less water and more essential oils than conventional lotions do. Thus, they pack in a moisture punch. Generally they are too thick to be squirted through a pump, so it comes in jars; just scoop and slather. Body butters are mostly made from natural ingredients than other skin potions and they melt into skin, are absorbed quickly and are excellent for smoothing out rough spots like elbows, knees, hands, legs, neck and the feet. Body butter is supposed to be applied in less quantity than you would apply a body lotion. About one tablespoon of body butter is good enough for the legs and half of that for the hands and arms.
Mango: Mangos are a great source of vitamins A and C, fibre and potassium and work wonder on your skin. Mango body butter is packed with antioxidants and can clear clogged pores instantly. Best for normal to oily skin.
Sephora Body Butter Mango. `800
Sephora Supreme Body Butter. `1,400
Cocoa: This contains the fat from the cocoa beans. Besides having strong emollient properties, it’s known to stimulate collagen and elastin production, reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scars and relieve eczema and dermatitis flare-ups. Smells great, too! It’s good for combination skin types; neither too oily nor too dry.
The Body Shop Peach Butter. `995
Peach: Peaches are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidant and other chemical contents and brightens the skin instantly. This special-edition of Peach Body Butter smells like freshly picked peaches and leaves skin feeling soft for up to 24 hours. And its scent lingers on for almost six hours. It’s light and perfect for people with normal skin.
Burt’s Bees Rich and Repairing Cocoa Butter & Macademia. `1,500
Bliss Body Butter Vanilla. `2,300
Soap & Glory Butter Yourself. `1,400
Vanilla: It is a good source of essential oils, vitamins, minerals, and especially B vitamins. It can help improve skin tone and encourage wound healing. A body butter with vanilla extracts smells like heaven and soothes the skin. It’s suitable for all skin types, specially damaged ones.
foliage Eyes are full of drama this winter, as darker blues, slate and purples replace the fresh mints of summer. Smokey gives way to more structured lines. Shruti Tomar culls some of eye makeup trends that are a must-try this season
Catty eyeliners with extreme wings are all the rage, as seen on the ramps of (from left) Anna Sui, Christian Dior, and Michael Kors
Bedazzle everyone with all that glitter. Follow the runways of (from left) Chanel, Donna Karan, and Thakoon
onestly, runway makeup during some reasons is plain tacky instead of wearable. Come Fall 2013, OTT creations were put on the back burner while time-tested techniques were showcased with a new spin. Cat-eye liner was flirty, shapely and colourful at Monique Lhullier, Michael Kors, and Jason Wu. Lips were red, naturally, but either ultramatte at Nina Ricciâ€™s or wet glossy at Marc by Marc Jacobs. For those who want to make a subtle statement, the rich wine-hued lips at Louis Vuitton or Derek Lam came through. On the lids, makeup artists pulled out a range of unexpected colours in classic applications like the sculpted pumpkin shadow at BCBG and Prabal Gurung, a diffuse wash of prune at Nanette Lepore and Giles and full-on glitter, mixed into the shadow at Donna Karan and glued along the lashes, liner-style at Chanel. At long last, runway makeup the rest of us can think of wearing!
Of beautiful shadows cast, orange and slate gray are taking centre stage this season. As seen on the ramps of (from left) Givenchy, Altuzarra, and Derek Lam
SEPHORA Smart Liner. `720
NYX Smokey Eye-shadow palette. `1,060
INGLOT Eye and Lip Pencil. Price on request
BOBBI BROWN Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner. Price on request
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Thereâ€™s more than one way to skin a cat and rock a cat-eye. For the classic â€™60s version, look no further than Kenzo, Monique Lhullier and Anna Sui. Layered liquid and pencil liners in a dramatic winged shape, then dotted below the lash line for an avant-garde edge was shown. At Christian Dior and Jason Wu, makeup artists added a flash of colour, turning to icy blue and violet, respectively. Meanwhile at Salvatore Ferragamo, Michael Kors, Lanvin and Tracy Reese, liner was nowhere to be found. Instead, diffused almond shapes were blended on with a range of smudgy dark shadows. If spring was all about blue and green, Fall was all about purple. A deep, brownish purple, to be exact. Things started simple and nearly translucent at Nanette Lepore, upping the intensity as the layers built at Giles, Max Mara and Gucci. At Oscar de la Renta, a nearly opaque finish felt urban and sophisticated.
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Who among us wouldnâ€™t like a little bling, especially as an eye-enhancing accent? At Donna Karan, MAC makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury mixed pearly glitter into black-grey cream shadow, applying up to the crease with a tapered brush, then using her fingertips to drag upwards to the brow bone (and blot away excess product). Things got more serious with chunky flecks of glitter at Thakoon and at Chanel, makeup artist Peter Philips glued platinum sequins along the upper lashes.
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Alexander Wang showed off a sharp line above the lashes with metallic glitter atop the lids on the Fall 2013 runway.
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At J. Mendel, a glossy coppery shadow was blended just past the crease of the eye for a look that was both simple and luxurious. Makeup artists went for a similar rich-girl vibe at Givenchy. At BCBG and Prabal Gurung, the reddish brown was used as a neutral to sculpt and shade around the eyes, while at Altuzarra, makeup artist Tom Pecheux, working with MAC, blended the shade. “Downward through the lower lash line. It gives a vibrant but diffused strength to the eye,” he said. Another trend that stood out was the gray wash. Forget smoky eyes this season. The slate gray finish on lids this season was sheerer and more mysterious, like a post-storm mist or a moody fog a la Alexander Wang and Derek Lam. Of course, John Galliano took that subtle twist, turned it up, taking that same granite shade all the way up to the brow bone.
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For the season’s look, Givenchy played with pale oranges to create this subtly beautiful look.
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If you are hoping to look completely effortless and sexy without working hard to get there, then waves are your answer. There is a world of endless possibilities with this hair trend right from looking sensual to sporting the powerful boardroom look. Shruti Tomar tells you how to get the wave in your look
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casual wavy hairstyle is best described as soft, free-flowing, full of body and easy-going. The lengths can vary from the shoulders to heavy mono-lengths or messy layer cuts. If you have natural waves, then one simply has to enhance the shape to define the wave or curls more prominently. For those who do not have naturally wavy hair, a little bit of help from curling devices and styling products will do it. Some other techniques to get this look are ruffling, finger-drying and scrunch drying. Either way, this trend is making waves across the hair industry with assured aplomb.
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Long length waves
If you have naturally wavy hair, consider yourself lucky! Some women pay good money to get that look. “The truly great thing about long, wavy hair is that there are so many ways to wear it. You can pull off a casual bohemian look or glam it up with a curly updo like a crown braid. To keep things in place and shiny, always finish with a serum that will lock in moisture and add sheen,” advises Looks Salon experts. Create waves with the curling iron or use a styling product while hair is wet and dry it: flip your hair, then with a diffuser dry your hair until it’s 85 per cent dry. Don’t touch your hair too much while drying; touching it often will create more frizz. Let the tousled look dry on its own. If you do not want to use styling products, pile your hair into a high sockbun and sleep. In the morning, you will have soft, romantic waves.
Get the look
Wash, condition and towel-dry hair, then if you have wavy or curly hair, spritz with spray gel to help set your natural curls. For straight or fine hair, comb a large dollop of volumising mousse through wet hair. For medium to thick hair, apply styling cream to help control flyaways and finger comb it through the hair.
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Get the look
Wavy hair suits any hair type or face shape, especially if your hair is of medium length. Waves in this length add shape and volume. “If you have a round face, part your hair in the middle and let it fall on both sides. For a long face, style waves through the back and the side to add bounce and movement. For an oval shape, sweep layered bangs to the side,” explains stylists from Looks Salon.
Medium length waves For medium-length hair, the wavy look can be achieved in no time. Put your hair in to a messy bun while it’s wet. Once the hair dries up, open it out and sport your messy wavy hair with confidence. Another way to accentuate your waves is by finger-drying them. Dab some mousse through your hair when wet. Run fingers through your hair while you blow dry it. Twirl your hair around your fingers to create more waves. Use a curling iron or even a flat iron to curl sections of your hair in different directions. Once your hair has cooled down, break the curls apart with your fingers. Spritz some hairspray and you have soft waves.
Beachy waves You can have beachy waves without having to spend all day in the sand and surf. There are various ways to get the beachy look. In a snap, use a salt spray. Salt sprays enhance the natural texture of the hair. Spritz a small amount of it on damp hair from roots all the way to the ends of your hair. Scrunch your hair with your hands and allow to air dry. Salt sprays can dry out your hair, so remember to condition and use a moisturising serum whenever you use the spray. Another way is a hair mousse that helps get softer waves or a scrunching gel, which gives you more defined waves. Start with applying a voluminising product into the roots of towel-dried hair. Use the styling product of your choice, scrunching in an upward motion. Blow-dry your hair as you scrunch. Once dry, you can use a curling iron to get sharper waves wherever you want them.
Get the look
Beach waves are an easy look to get. It’s glamourous yet laid back. “An easy way to get them is to simply braid all your hair and go to sleep. Wake up to the look naturally,” says Tahnee Nagar, head stylist of Looks Salon, Select citywalk.
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Base coat A primer, a foundation and a concealer can work wonders to give your face the perfect base for makeup. We tell you how to achieve the look!
Primer. Wash and moisturise your face. Then use a good primer; any brand will do. Add a foundation primer. Foundation primers are used to set makeup (foundation) so that it lasts longer. You can find several in drug stores or specialised beauty stores. Foundation. If you already have flawless skin (no freckles, blemishes, discolouration, or uneven tone) you should use a tinted moisturiser. This will add a bit of colour without looking cake-like. If you want to cover a bit more, use a foundation. This is one product that you should splurge on. To get your skin dewy and radiant use an illuminator. Just mix a pea-sized amount of illuminator with your foundation and you’ll get glowing skin. Apply the foundation with a foundation brush if you
have one or use your fingers. Concealer. Search for a concealer close to your skin tone, making sure you don’t choose one that is too dark or too light. If you can’t tell, ask for advice to ensure you get the right colour. Apply the concealer on any zits or redness on your skin, use a small brush to stipple it on and dab it with your fingers to blend it in. Conceal any dark circles under your eye by applying the concealer in a triangle shape. Blend the outer corners of the triangle with your fingers. Don’t forget to conceal the inner corners of your eyes as they are generally darker than the rest of your eyes. Choose a loose (mineral) powder and dab it on the concealed parts of your face with a stippling brush to set the base.
Precious Momentz With the festive and wedding season here, itâ€™s time to plan gifts for friends and family. Here are a few luxurious options...
Designer tray with Swarovski collection. `14,000
Momentz, a national player in the luxury gifting industry for over two decades, has launched an extensive collection of meticulously crafted boxes, bowls, trays, centrepieces for Diwali. They also have an exclusive collection crafted in 92.5 sterling silver with lacquer. Momentz is also proud to offer you a wide range of exclusive gifts to cater to all wedding ceremonies, including shagan, mehendi, cocktail and reception. The exclusive Diwali gifts ranges from `500 to `5 lakhs and is available at store S12A, Select City Walk, Saket.
Silver plated tray. `1,400
Momentz is vouched for by more than a million satisfied customers who acknowledge it as a luxe gifting brand. Indulge in tarnishfree superior quality, world class aesthetics, intricately detailed workmanship and finesse like none other.
Stunning golden centrepiece to enlighten decor. `14,100
Dry fruit bowl: Bowls of laughter/ Bowls of light. `14,500
Silver candle stand to enlighten up the charm and elegance in your life. `99,000
Classy cutwork bowl in silver finish. `3,000
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tea Letâ€™s talk
No other beverage can match the morning cuppa that infuses such spring into our step and warms our hearts in the winter months. Shruti Tomar brews it strong
et’s face it; we are a chaiobsessed nation. There is masala chai, cutting chai, angrezi chai, dip-dip chai, ‘little-milk, more-sugar’ chai, ‘more-milk, little-sugar’ chai, adrak (ginger) chai, black chai, green chai, pink chai, white chai, silver chai, Assam chai, Darjeeling chai, Earl Grey chai, lemon chai, chamomile chai, lavender chai – it’s endless! We don’t need occasions, reasons, time of day or night to brew a good ol’ cup to sip on.
Tea truths Tea comes from the leaves of the warmweather evergreen Camellia sinensis, and it is classified into five types: black, white, green, Oolong and puerh. The list of benefits that tea lends is innumerable. Tea is a natural antioxidant, and rich in vitamins. It contains vitamins B2, B1 and B6 and is also rich in potassium, manganese, folic acid and calcium. The stimulant found in tea leaves is theanine, an antioxidant whose equivalent in coffee is caffeine. It, however, contains less caffeine than coffee: around half the amount. These anti-oxidants help lower blood pressure, reduce risks of cancer, increase endurance, reduce fat metabolism, fight diabetes and lower risk of cardiovascular diseases. Antioxidants found in tea also help repair damaged cells and fight free radicals. At Select Citywalk, the Coffee
Bean & Tea Leaf (CBTL) outlet is a good place to unwind with a cup. Recently, at a special tasting session, Samuel Varghese, Territory Manager CBTL, the expert at the outlet, led an appreciating audience on a fascinating journey to brew the perfect cup of tea. An integral part of the gourmet experience at CBTL, one can enjoy a variety of tea, such as Assam, Estate Darjeeling, English Breakfast and exotic ones such as Japanese Cherry, Genmaicha Green, Tropical Passion and Vanilla Ceylon handcrafted by CBTL’s Master Tea Blender David DeCandia. And if you want a special treat, opt for the Anniversary Blend – a Limited Edition tea, specially designed for 50 years of CBTL. It’s a mix of White tea, Green tea, Black, Oolong tea with the goodness of berries. “CBTL only uses premium whole leaf tea that releases its full flavour into the water during the steeping process resulting in the most flavourful cup of tea,” said Varghese.
Tea for health Did you know that green tea can help you see better? And it is considered to be the healthiest of the lot. Studies have found that green tea components positively affect the tissues of the eyes, especially tissue related to the retina. It also helps reduce fat formation in the body. That being said, one should not confuse green
Don’t just brew a cup of tea. Mix gin and cold tea, flavour it with little lemon rind and you’ll get a great cocktail.
tea extracts with bottled tea beverages that are full of added sugar. For the real deal, boil water and add the good old-fashioned tea bag or even better, loose tea leaves. The fountain of youth, though, is in white tea. It has a very high polyphenol count and inhibits wrinkles by strengthening collagen and elastin, the two factors that govern wrinkle formation. White tea also helps keep joints strong. Black tea is a great stress buster for those leading hectic lives. A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that six months of black tea consumption lowered systolic blood pressure.
Tales of tea
Tea facts ●
Freshness & Storage - To ensure a fresh tasting cup of tea, store the leaves in an airtight container in a cool, dry, dark place to protect flavour and aroma. Loose tea - Full leaf teas impart the finest flavour characteristics to the water; whereas broken or crushed tea found in tea bags often impart bitter qualities to the tea. Water - Use cold, fresh bottled water. Bring the water just to a rolling boil. Pour the boiling water over the tea leaves into a pot or a cup that has been preheated. Proportion - Accurate measurement is important in brewing the perfect cup of tea. In general, use one level tablespoon of loose tea per tea cup of fresh, cold water. Adjust according to personal taste. The following infusion times are suggested: Green Tea - 3 - 4 minutes, Black Tea - 3 - 5 minutes, Oolong Tea 7 - 10 minutes, Fruit Melange Infusions - 7 - 10 minutes. Be careful not to over infuse leaves or your tea may become bitter.
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There are several interesting facts associated with tea. Did you know that you can use tea leaves to read the future? Yes! Just leave a small amount of tea in the bottom of the cup along with some tea leaves, and after stirring the remains three times, the pattern you’re left with will tell you what’s in store. Darjeeling tea is known as the champagne of teas and is one of the most highly-priced tea varieties in the world. Oolong tea, a Chinese and Taiwanese tea with a fruity aroma, is also often called Dragon’s Tea: these tea leaves, when put in teapot, often start to look like a dragon. The world’s most expensive tea is an Oolong tea: it’s called Tieguanyin, and its leaves cost up to $3,000 per kilo. Yin Zhen or Silver Needle is the most highly prized of white teas. It comes from China, and takes its name from the leaves used to make it, which are harvested when they’re young and still unfurled, and look like needles. In England, at 11 o’clock in the morning, the English take a break with tea and some cakes. This break has been coined ‘Elevenses’. Another interesting idea out of Great Britain, tea replaced gin as the drink of the masses, and became the nation’s favourite beverage. Mix gin and cold tea, flavour with little lemon rind, and you’ll get a great summer cocktail. Here are five good reasons for not giving up tea, even if you don’t drink it; tea helps to heal shaving cuts, eliminates bad odours when added to a foot bath, can be used to marinade meat, is a great fertilizer for roses, and is also good for cleaning floors. Tea leaves are a natural means of keeping mosquitoes away. All you have to do is use slightly damp leaves to add the scent of tea to the areas you want to keep insect-free. Tea is an ancient beverage, yet one with
Toddy time Warm and toasty and just in time for winter, the Hot Toddy is a classic warming drink. Most black and green teas mix well with the sweetness of honey and lemon, but from there it’s a personal preference and some interesting toddies are possible. Here’s an easy one: Ingredients: 1 cup hot tea 1 Tbsp honey
very modern health benefits. After being consumed for more than 4,000 years, it has changed very little. It’s been served hot, it’s been served cold. But now tea is being served in a style that suits the most frantic lifestyle - you can get it to go. How to Brew the perfect cup Choose the water: Use fresh water each time you prepare tea. Tap water should be avoided due to municipal water treatments, which add chlorine and fluoride and can greatly affect the true flavour of your tea. Choosing your water is the best place to start if you want to improve the taste of your teas. Prepare cups of tea side by side using different sources of water and taste the difference. Choose the tea: Choosing the best tea is not always easy. Grocery stores generally only carry tea bags filled with low quality tea leaves. Health food stores are more likely to carry teas marketed as gourmet but typically have a limited selection of average tea. When it comes to buying quality tea, visiting a tea house is a great place to start, sampling different varieties. This ‘try before you buy’ method of discovery is always fun. Choosing a reputable supplier is important. How much tea should I use? As a rule of thumb, use one to two teaspoons per eightounce cup and gradually add more tea to achieve the briskness and body of your choosing. For best results, be sure to allow room for the water to circulate between the leaves for best results regardless of which
1 tsp lemon juice Grated cinnamon Ground cloves Grated nutmeg Lemon wedge for garnish Directions: In a glass pour the honey, lemon and spices. Top with hot, brewed tea. Stir. Garnish with a lemon wedge.
brewing apparatus you choose. Water temperature: Apart from choosing the best water and tea leaves, water temperature is the most critical element in preparing the perfect cup of tea. Regardless of which apparatus you choose to boil your water, remember to follow these guidelines when starting out. Heat the water in a glass, ceramic or clay teapot until it reaches a boil. Then allow the water to cool before brewing your tea. Guideline: 180 degrees for green tea, 190 degrees for Oolong tea and 200 degrees for black tea. This is especially important when preparing delicate green teas. These temperatures can be increased following successive brews. Quality teas can often be steeped twice or thrice. Steep time: After gauging the proper water temperature, the tea leaves are steeped in the water. Steeping tea leaves should be allowed to set still during this process because excess motion can cause the release of more tannin, which can lead to bitter tasting tea. Do not steep tea for too long before serving when brewing in a teapot. Many newer teapots have basket filters that can be removed after the tea has steeped for the recommended time. Start with one to three minutes and gradually increase the time to your preferred likeness. Serving Tips: Host a tea-party with assorted tea sandwiches and other snacks prepared ahead of time. Use a tea warmer to keep freshly prepared tea warm for refills and be sure you have mastered your preparation techniques. This is no time for guessing.
Stay Fit, Stay Young Fitness trends never cease to surprise. While it’s great to look young, it is more important to be healthy. Shruti Tomar puts on her running shoes to discover the latest ‘fit fads’
here is a lot happening in the world of fitness. While some are going back to basics, there are some using new age technology to stay fit and healthy. Here are some ways to sweat out:
High intensity exercise
‘Facerise’ is not having a comeback in the crusade to look young or rather in slowing down the effects of growing older. What is happening instead is people are becoming aware of hormone replacement therapies; they will start to realise that high-intensity exercise produces hormones that are the fountain of youth. High-intensity exercise causes the body to release more hormones, such as human growth hormone (HGH) and insulin-like growth factor that are responsible for increasing lean muscle mass and also have anti-ageing benefits. While most forms of exercise are good for your body, high-intensity training seems to offer the biggest turn-back-the-clock bang, so instead of buying pricey HGH injections, focus on two to four workouts of this type of strength or cardio training a week. An ageing population, plus the trend toward more vigorous workouts, has made the need to stretch and maintain flexibility more important than ever. No longer confined to yoga and Pilates classes, you’ll find mobility exercises integrated into warm-ups and throughout workouts as preparation and performance enhancers for all kinds of strength and performance exercises.
The Internet is definitely not lacking in fitness videos and how-tos, and the selection is only going to increase as fitness professionals and studios maximise the streaming and live capabilities of the Internet to reach more people. Websites are offering live or streaming online workouts, classes, and training sessions, and trainers just need to tap into the power of the web to work with clients in other cities and countries. Combine all of this with the evergrowing list of fitness apps out there, and soon you may find yourself logging your last workout stats on your smart phone.
Trade those shots for squats
Instead of hitting the bar after work, groups of friends and colleagues are hitting themed ‘fitness parties’. Some women invite guests to come sweat with them at their birthday and bachelorette parties as a healthy way to celebrate. People are getting bored with the usual drinks and dinner and as everyone
is becoming more health-conscious, innovative experiences that help reach health and weight-loss goals are popular.
Rejuvenation a must
This year the emphasis will be on blending intense styles of training with soothing, restorative ones, as regeneration and rejuvenation are shifting to become integral parts of a workout. Programs are also becoming more comprehensive and progressive to meet everyone’s demands. The consumer has grown so savvy and is looking for ways to challenge their minds, develop new skills, and improve their fitness level in more compelling ways, while still looking to be able to sustain their workouts over the long haul.
Back to basics
Forget complicated exercises where you lift a dumbbell, twist your body, and move your feet all at once. Bodyweight moves such as squats, push-ups, and jumps of every variety are back in vogue because you can do them anywhere and hit all of the major muscles in the body, plus they’re dynamic, can be performed faster than lifting dumbbells or a barbell, and increase both strength and endurance. This ‘back-to-basics approach’ also includes retro-style training techniques, such as crawling movements, jumping jacks, and one-arm push-ups. The more one learns about what works, the more you realise that many of the old-school training concepts, like climbing ropes, push-ups, bear crawls, dead lifts, and hill runs, are some of the most effective ways to train.
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Shopping! Sounds like Greek?
If Greece isnâ€™t on your bucket list already, we reckon you put it there. The gorgeous white sands, the bluest oceans, the Mediterranean sunshine, the ancient ruins and the incredibly hospitable Grecians; couldnâ€™t ask for more? But there is more. Read on as Shruti Tomar tells you why Greece is a must-visit for shopaholics
ou thought, ‘oh Greece’, historians and fossil-diggers go there, but think again. The country, especially Athens, is teeming with chic little boutiques, stand alone mega-stores, mini-markets, agoras (chief marketplaces), kiosks, you name it. All the European brands, renowned multinational chains as well as traditional Greek arts and crafts are at your disposal to gorge on. The question of where to shop is usually a tough one to tackle. But in Greece, it’s made easy.
Athens, shopping parádeisos
Athens is a city full of surprises for those who wenjoy shopping. On its labyrinth-like streets, you will find over 2,500 shops selling all kinds of ware from local herbs, jewellery, gifts, urban garments, coffee houses, tiny bars and modern restaurants. A visit to the delightful Plaka district, leaving aside some rather kitsch souvenir shops, will open your eyes to the great traditional arts and crafts of this country. Have no doubt that Greece is a great place for shopping sprees. For those of you who have to leave with lighter wallets, head to Ermou Street, starting from Syntagma Square and ending at Monastiraki. This is a super shopping spot and is convenient for shoppers with a walkway for pedestrians. This street tosses up mainstream consumer goodies; clothes, jewellery, shoes, cosmetics, gift shops and a host of wardrobe needs. Yes, Ermou Street is shopping paradise for the ladies.
Get to the lower end of Ermou Street towards Monastiraki and it’s a whole other story. Head here for urban wear and drench yourself in original street-style labels, some designed by renowned graffiti artists. Oh, and don’t miss out on some local colours when you walk through the Monastiraki Flea Market. This is a great place for those seeking collector’s items, vintage records and other quirky memorabilia. The colourful Athens’ Central Market or agora is a must-see too. Purchase local herbs, spices and condiments here as there is a wide selection available at great prices. The hectic, colourful Athens agora also referred to as the Varvakios Agora is the highlight of the vibrant Athen’s market district. It’s a sensory and gastronomic delight, with an amazing range of olives, spices, cheeses and deli treats. The tavernas in and around the market are worth seeking out. At the other end of the spectrum is Kolonaki, where those looking for sophisticated and up-market trends should head. Now, if you are a department-store type of shopper, there are some really impressive stores to choose from. But it should be noted that Greece has not been terribly influenced by the international trend of large-format shopping malls over smaller shopping centres. The Greek tend to hold on to their old-fashioned ways and shop in boutiques and neighbourhood stores a lot more than larger, more impersonal setups.
Greek for retail
Stores to check out are Christoforos Kotentos, a hot local designer whose evening and casual clothing range is sold in Milan, New York and Tokyo. Designer Vasso Consola is also based in the same warehouse. Another place to definitely go to is Shop, located at the gritty end of Ermou Street. This store has two levels full of trendy international designer street wear brands such as Energie, Carhart and Miss Sixty for the young and young at heart. Bettina, the chic boutique has three levels of top-name fashion, including creations by Greek fashion queen Sophia Kokosalaki, Angelos Frentzos and other well-known local and international designers. A tiny store called Koukoutsi is a must-visit for grunge-lovers with a novel range of graphic T-shirts and accessories, including its original designs featuring Athens’ architectural landmarks and funky T-shirts by international designers. Tube is yet another store that has an interesting range of edgy youthful women’s fashion at this emerging alternative (and affordable) clothing precinct on busy Solonos, heading west from Kolonaki. Last but not the least for sure, check out Luisa. Fashionistas and dreamers will love the A-list international designers at this superchic emporium, including Roberto Cavalli, Gaultier, Missoni and Chloé. One of the biggest shopping malls of Greece, the Mediterranean Cosmos is located a few kilometres from the town of Thessaloniki. Visit Tsimiski Street in Thessaloniki for your share of designer fare.
Jewellery shopping – the gold and silver jewels are worth a tour as Greece is famous for its traditional designs. Several shops located mainly in Syntagma and Kolonaki areas have a myriad collection of ancient Greek (Above) Spices being sold at a shop in Athens and a street shop sells local jewellery and other items
jewel replicas along with modern pieces. In a lot of Athenian shops, you’ll spot filigree made of silver and turquoise. A must-see for jewellery lovers is the Ilias Lalaounis Museum of Jewellery that exhibits over 3,000 designs. Present there are 45 collections representing the history of Greek jewellery, which was influenced heavily by the art and architecture of 11 different civilisations, by nature, by biology and by technology. Souvenirs, handmade crafts, bronze vases, copper utensils, clay and ceramic artefacts are just some of the things that one can indulge in to get a sense of the rich history of Greece. The perfect place for Greek ceramic and pottery art is Maroussi, where one will find several shops with designer-potters selling their fare. If you are headed to Fira, Santorini Island, definitely visit Fabrica, Nick’s and Kostas Antoniou for jewellery. The collection of silver jewellery here is unlimited. In Crete Island, you will spot a lot of traditional products for those with an affinity for the arts and crafts. With a civilisation as old as Greece’s, one cannot help scouring for antiques when here. A huge variety of antiques and antiquated ware such as furniture, hand-painted wooden trunks, miniatures and decorative items are sold in different shops in Kolonaki, Syntagma and Monastiraki.
(Clockwise from top) Greece is famous for its traditional cuisines; Athens is a fabulous destination for highend retail therapy with the presence of almost all international brands and on the other hand, street-side shops here offer antiques and quaint products
Miss Peaches & cream Former Miss Sri Lanka Universe, Jacqueline Fernandez stands out as an exotic diva. The pretty actress took some time off from her busy schedule to chat with Sayanti Banerjee about her beauty secrets
Jacqueline from the song Jadu Ki Jhappi from the recent film Ramaiya Vastavaiya
Thought Jacqueline always had such flawless skin? She had to fight acne to get her porcelain-perfect look
ppearing as the pretty genie, Jasmine, on the silver-screen with her Bollywood debut Aladin in 2009, Jacqueline Fernandez made lots of hearts flutter. Her popularity increased with her list of movies; from Murder 2 (2011) to Housefull 2 (2012) and Race 2 (2013). With lots more coming her way, the porcelain beauty shares a few tips and tricks on how to look as gorgeous as her. Did you always have great skin? No way! My skin has been very sensitive and acne prone. I had to take treatments in the past in order to deal with my skin. So I am very careful about my skin care regime like cleansing, moisturising as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle like eating right and exercising right. With constant travelling, how do you get to achieve that balance? It can get hectic sometimes, specially while on the sets of a movie or a commercial. The working hours can leave you with no energy.
But I still try to do my bit of stretching and yoga when I can, drink lots of water and fruits to keep myself hydrated. I try to catch a power nap in between. What about giving in to cravings? Of course, I am a human being and will have cravings. But that does affect my skin heavily when I go off my routine and indulge in chocolates and high-calorie food. Do you experiment with hairstyles as well? I prefer keeping my hair simple as a lot of styling products go in everyday at the shoots. A spa or a quick ritual is nice when I find time. In fact, I really donâ€™t mind cutting my hair short if it requires me to do so for playing a particular movie character. It would be fun to experiment for a film and not randomly. Any beauty regime you follow? I usually prefer to get facials done from a dermatologist I have known for a while ever since I came to India. His treatments are more therapeutic than a beauty ritual as it leaves me with a feel-good experience.
Soon… In Theatres
Here are the Bollywood flicks to watch out for in the coming months and Sayanti Banerjee tells you why you must head to the movies! ber
Shuddh Desi Romance
(Sep 6, 2013) The remake of a popular film always adds to the excitement of the audience. So the yesteryears’ Amitabh Bachchan starrer Zanjeer is now going to hit the silver screen in a more glamorised avatar with Ram Charan Teja and Priyanka Chopra in the lead. The good cop chasing the bad goon is what the masses love always.
(Sep 13, 2013) A name that sounds intriguing in itself, it marks the debut of television anchor Manish Paul on the big screen as an ace hacker who is carefree but skillful at his job. But his ‘heart disc’ gets affected when Kamayani steps into his life and a romantic thriller starts spinning with comic interludes. Directed by Saurabh Varma, this film has a new-age outlook and should be a fun watch.
(Sep 6, 2013) This romantic comedy sets out to explore what happens after love and before commitment takes place. Directed by Maneesh Sharma and produced by Aditya Chopra, there is a quirky fun element about it. The young breed of actors, Sushant Singh Rajput, Parineeti Chopra and newcomer Vaani Kapoor, look fresh and convincing as real-life characters. The laws of attraction are explored in this modern world and through believable circumstances. The promos look exciting and colourful with catchy lyrics of songs like Shaam Gulabi, Sehar Gulabi in an upbeat mood.
(Oct 2, 2013) As the name suggests, it promises to be an all out entertainer. Directed by Abhinav Kashyap, the rock star of Bollywood Ranbir Kapoor plays the character of Babli who is a car mechanic from Delhi but is a super cool, street smart guy. A quirky comedy with a hint of romance and tender sentiments.
Boss (Oct 18, 2013) Another action drama starring Akshay Kumar who tries to display his macho quotient once again. Directed by Anthony D’Souza, the film has Aditi Rao Hydari, Shiv Pandit, Johnny Lever, Ronit Roy and Mithun Chakraborty. The hero in this movie is actually a goon with a golden heart, almost inspired by Robin Hood and has all the elements of a super hero. Here is Akshay Kumar in his ‘khiladi’ avatar yet again.
All that we did...
Independence Day Tri-coloured fervour took over the shopping centre as Select CITYWALK celebrated Independence Day! Saffron, white and green rose petals, the iconic chakra and flags strewn all over the mall brought in forgotten patriotism in the air. This Independence day, shoppers came over and did their bit to contribute to the nation. There were six NGOs participating and patrons had the opportunity and the freedom to bestow, hope, adopt, run, alleviate and thrive with these six NGOs. Hereâ€™s a look...
Photography: Harshit Khanna
Events that took place at Select CITYWALK
With beautiful sculptures, paintings, memorabilia and more, Select CITYWALK celebrated Africa Week! There is so much about Africa that was experienced and was also exposed to our patrons. With gala performances, exhibitions on the arts and crafts of
Africa, the culture and ethos came out beautifully at this African Fest. Citywalkers came and experienced the rustic wild charm of the African lands far away right here in Delhi. The fest took place between the July 3rd â€“ 6th at Select CITYWALK.
Friendship day This Friendship day, Citywalkers got clicked at Select CITYWALK and told the world in big bold letters â€“ Yeh Dosti Hum Nahi Todenge. Customers participated in the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf contest and a lot of them won free cups of coffee. There was also a Twitter contest with exciting prices for participants. Special and fabulous offers from a multitude of brands at Select CITYWALK made this Friendship Day an even better experience for those who decided to share their day with us at the shopping centre. We truly celebrated the bond of friendship.
Select CITYWALK commemorated Kargil Diwas on July 26th. A wall dedicated to all those soldiers who passed away, the Amar Jawan Jyoti, and symbolic chakras, here’s a glimpse at the tribute we paid to the war heroes of Kargil! Boards displaying brave mottos of die-hard soldiers who gave their all in the service of this nation were all over the shopping centre. ‘I only regret that I have
but one life to lose for my country’, ‘I am a soldier, I fight where I am told and I win where I fight’, and many such quotes were on display. There was another wall displaying ‘Words for the Brave and Words by the Brave’ telling Citywalkers about the sacrifices that soldiers have made. The mall was dressed in camouflage and there hung a sense of gratefulness in the air throughout Kargil Diwas.
Fashion and shopping
What’s not to love about an event that has all things beautiful for you to partake in. Select CITYWALK along with Cosmopolitan magazine held the Cosmopolitan Beauty & Fashion weekend. There were makeovers for those who wanted to look different, pampering sessions for those who were stressed or simply needed a pamper-me session and a whole load of fun for all those who walked in. A lot of style tips and beauty measures were doled out for the ladies and participants, who we can guarantee, had the time of their lives at the Cosmopolitan Beauty & Fashion weekend. Check out all the fun and excitement above.
Janmashtami The Janmashtami celebrations at Select CITYWALK were a treat. Lladro had an exquisite set-up that put out Lord Krishna’s idols and so many more decorative elements related to the occasion and its meaning. One could pick and choose their favourite idol or an item that reminded them of their favourite tale about the naughty Lord Krishna. Earthen pots with butter flowing out, Lord Krishna with his Radha, Lord Krishna with his ‘bansuri’ and so much more was there for devotees. Lladro, on its 60th anniversary, paid its holy tribute to Lord Krishna.
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A classic at your desk. William Penn
Easy to locate Ground Floor ANCHOR & MAJOR SHOPS
Faux leather skirt, NEXT
Gourmet Food Bazaar
BEAUTY & SKINCARE
Crystals for your ear Swarovski
Get the new uber-cool golf look. US POLO
G07A G13 G13B G63B G 51 G43 G12
G16A G55 G48 G49
Chanel Bobbi Brown Shahnaz Husain Sephora Clinique Estee Lauder Lancome Lâ€™occitane en Provence Mac
Vineyard Peach Shower Gel, THE BODY SHOP
Bal Gopal Lladro
House of Louis Philippe
G59B GA01 G03
Kazo Pantaloons Wills Lifestyle
APPAREL - INTERNATIONAL BRANDS
G02D G38 G09
A touch of gold to your sombre black handbag, ALDO
G58 G11 G19 G40 G56 G25 G02C GA02
Armani Jeans CK Jeans French Connection Gant Guess Burberry Brit Mango Promod Tommy Hilfiger U.S. Polo Zara
FOOD, GROCERY & CONFECTIONARY
For the man of the day: suede and leather, ALDO
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Twisty to the sky, peep-toe heels, TRESMODE
Gourmet Food Bazaar Modern Bazaar Passion Cheese Farsaan Choko La
CAFES & MORE Alaturka
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Half Price Bookstore
Amici Pronto L'opera
Cocoa by Belgique Fast Trax Haagen Dazs Khan Chacha Starbucks
RESTAURANTS - FINE DINING Chi Kitchen & Bar
G70 GR02B GR02A
KFC Pizza Hut
BAGS, BELTS, FASHION ACCESSORIES & FOOTWEAR Aldo
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Aldo Accessories Charles & Keith Havaianas Nine West Play Clan Shoe Tree
WATCHES & JEWELLERY Pure Gold
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Preeti Mohan Ethos Swarovski Watch n more Tissot GC Watches
BOOKS, GIFTS, MUSIC & CARDS Kriti Creations
G68 EW8 G08B
Spell & Bound Lladro
LINGERIE La Senza
SERVICES, SPECIALITY SHOPS & TRAVEL
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LOWER GROUND 1
PVR Ticket Counter
Guardian GNC Livewell
Manager on Duty Desk
First Floor ANCHOR & MAJOR SHOPS
FA02 FA02 FF
Crossword Mothercare PVR Gold Class & PVR Premiere
BEAUTY & SKINCARE
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H2O+ Lush Shahnaz Husain The Body Shop Simar's Nail bar
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Allen Solly Mustard Nine Punk The Raymond Shop Van Heusen Van Heusen Woman Zodiac
APPAREL - INTERNATIONAL BRANDS
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Derhy Forever New The Collective Levi's Next Adolfo Dominguez Pepe Jeans London Lacoste Live United Colors of Benetton
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F55 F30 F40
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Svelte Hotel & Personal Suites
F03B F79 F22A
Adidas Nike Puma
Kalpana L'affaire Vandana Sethi
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Easy to locate FOOD, GROCERY & CONFECTIONARY
F48B FF F-72
Sweet World Cookieman Patchi
CAFES & MORE
F62 FF F65
Barista Lavazza Sushiya The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
RESTAURANTS - FINE DINING
KIDS & INFANT CARE
PVR Gold Class & PVR Premiere
FF FF F27
Heads up for Tails
Pots & Plants
Scaled Model Replicas & Hobby Toys
Simar's Nail Bar
Shoe & Bag Repair
Second Floor S01 S06 SA02
Catwalk Cheemo Da Milano Hidesign Inc. 5 Miss Jo
Satya Paul Accessories
APPAREL - SPORTSWEAR
Renee Jewellers Silverline Swatch
The Nature's Co.
Bossini US Polo Kids & Women
APPAREL - ETHNICWEAR
S11B Gili World
APPAREL - INTERNATIONAL BRANDS
Tommy Hilfiger Accessories
Foodtalk - The Food Court
BEAUTY & SKINCARE
CAFES & MORE
Bistro 4U Snax.com
RESTAURANTS - FINE DINING
Food Talk-The Food Court
S21 S09 S18 S05 S02A
KIDS & INFANT CARE
Archies Gallery Crossword Planet M
F02 F21 F31 F58 F29
House of Spirits
ANCHOR & MAJOR SHOPS
BOOKS, GIFTS, MUSIC & CARDS
F64B FA02 F18
Opticals & Sunglasses
WATCHES & JEWELLERY
F63 F11 F17B F16B
SERVICES, SPECIALITY SHOPS & TRAVEL
F68B F19 FF
BAGS, BELTS, FASHION ACCESSORIES & FOOTWEAR
F-09 F03A F70B F71 F14 F67 F77 F25 F78B F64A F59 F60 F69A
Joy Luck Moon Chinese Restaurant Mamagoto Punjab Grill Sattvik Spaghetti Kitchen
Gini & Jony Tommy Hilfiger Childrenswear
Goddess Lakshmi Lladro
A red formal shirt for her workday, Mango
United Colors of Benetton
BAGS, BELTS, FASHION ACCESSORIES & FOOTWEAR Bagzone
S16B S30A1 SF
Crocs You Shine
HOME & LIFESTYLE S06 SA02 S13B S11A
Goodearth Homestop Maspar Oma
BOOKS, GIFTS, MUSIC & CARDS Momentz
Gifts of Love
ELECTRONICS SF S13A S16A
Eagles choker MANGO
VU Canon Image Square
Honey & Oat 3 in 1 Scrub Mask, THE BODY SHOP
SERVICES, SPECIALITY SHOPS & TRAVEL
Golf Equipment, Apparel & Footwear
S15 SF S23 SF
Gifts of Love
Mahindra Experience Store
Nails N More
Third Floor Select CITYWALK Store Director
KIDS & INFANT CARE
Mom & Me
Fourth Floor Select CITYWALK Store Director
B-Bar patched denim skirt, ZARA
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5th & 6th Floor
5th Floor Office Tower
Get funky with UNITED COLOURS OF BENETTON
Kylie camera hand bag, Hidesign
YOU think, feel & say aboutus
It’s always nice to hear our patrons tell us how much they love Select CITYWALK and how it makes them feel. We do try our best to help your experience at the shopping centre be one that you won’t forget and one that makes you feel special. Here is how our patrons showed us their love with their encouraging words! “This is about Select CITYWALK! It’s a mall that I absolutely fell in love with from the time it opened - but as time went on - I realised it is indeed a very valuable place to hang out in! You know, it’s a huge comfort zone for me. Whenever I come here I feel engulfed with a lot of security, a lot of comfort, a lot of warmth, a lot of courtesy and the customer service is outstanding. The staff everywhere, especially you know where ever you go – I am talking about the concierge, the P1 level, a boy called Himanshu, who helps me with my bags, the staff in the washrooms, and your involvement with stray animals. I am talking about everything. to the point where my son was in
Max Hospital admitted with dengue and I used to escape from the hospital everyday and come here just to be comforted in a place that is so genuine, comforting and loving. I feel very secure here - even if I am stuck here and there is nobody to pick me up , the customer service would help me with a cab and make sure the cabbie would not fleece me. So this is it, thank you so much - this is lovely. Thank you!” Shopper Madhu Nagrath talks about her love for shopping, entertainment and Select CITYWALK! Check out what she has to say about her favorite shopping destination! “I am a regular here, it’s almost like my second home and I love the mall! I think it’s one of the finest malls I have come across, not just in India - but even internationally. I think it’s a super smart mall. I say that because of various reasons - security, safety, the right blend of, you know, vendors and brands you have selected - a whole lot of things. And not just the interiors but also the outdoors - which is kept so clean and green - the parking area, you know all of that. I think it’s a super smart mall - I live here every single day - I am here for a couple of hours every single day!” Shopper Reeti Sahai talks about her love for shopping, entertainment and Select CITYWALK! Check out what she has to say about her favorite shopping destination!
Aki Rani I love Select CITYWALK and miss that place a lot... the place where I met my hubby for the first time... memories... Arbaaz Mushtaq My favourite shopping destination
Nida Khan I love this place - Select CITYWALK - great jewellery stuff! Deepti Jain Great place and best deals also!
Safwaan Abrahamovich Havaiianas that I was looking for everywhere – I found them here! Vijay Kaperwan Jai You are special, Select CITYWALK
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