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Lohri 2021: Stylish Lohri outfits
Bollywood movie Veer Zara’s popular song ‘Lo Aa Gayi Lohri Ve’ has always been the most favourite number of all the Punjabi people out there, as the winter folk festival is indeed one of the most heartwarming festivals celerated in the country. It’s a festival when family, friends and relatives get-together at a commonplace and dance and sing around the bonfire. Lohri is always incomplete without having rewari, gajak, dancing to bhangra beats, gidda and of course, dressing up in Punjabi outfits and those fancy juttis.

If you wondering how to dress up for this dhamakedaar night, we have got you covered. We got in touch with Designer Bharat Ahuja of label, Desire Design Studio to help us list down some amazing tips and tricks to make you look your festive best today.

Solid colour Pathani with kurta
This classic combo will surely make you look dapper and suave. If

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25 Kamala Harris’ Outfits That Prove She’s The Best At Power Dressing

Pearls, suiting, Converse sneakers: Kamala Harris’ wardrobe is full of staples with purpose. But what will her style look like when she is in office? As the first woman Vice President, Harris is in a unique position to influence fashion. And Kamala Harris’ Vice Presidential style will be a breath of fresh air as she incorporates new designers and silhouettes, while staying true to her fashion point-of-view.

Kamala Harris is rarely seen without a suit. Influenced by her professional experience as a Senator in a male-dominated workplace, Harris took her signature suiting look on the campaign trail and beyond. But in the political arena, suits take on different significance. They call to mind Hillary Clinton’s famous pantsuits and what they came to symbolize during her historic Presidential run.

When not wearing suiting, Harris embraces more casual looks. With skinny jeans now a common go-to, the VP typically pairs her favorite

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Monochrome outfits take centre stage at the US Presidential inauguration
The US Presidential inauguration on January 20th was considered historic for many reasons. The ceremony, which saw Joe Biden being inaugurated as America’s 46th President, also saw Kamala Harris sworn in as the United State’s first female Vice President. So, it was only fitting that the most powerful women at the ceremony took to make a striking style statement. From former First Lady Michelle Obama to pop sensation Jennifer Lopez, most women at the ceremony rocked monochrome outfits.

Michelle Obama

The former First Lady sported an incredible plum attire — a turtleneck and pants with a matching trench coat. She accessorised her monochrome look with a chunky gold belt.

Kamala Harris

American VP Kamala gave her favourite pantsuit a miss for a bright ensemble in purple, a colour that is said to be historically associated with nobility and strength. Like Michelle, Kamala honoured Black designers with her looks at the

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How to jazz up your summer outfits

By Thobile Mazibuko Jan 26, 2021

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When it comes to setting fashion trends, London, Paris and New York are at the top.

The cities have something in common: they embody the effortless glamour that most people strive for in their day-to-day fashion choices.

Inspired by the cities, Playgirl fragrance has helped us bring you a few summer fashion tips:

Paris, the city of love

French style is simple and chic. It’s all about the basics, and it can never be too much.

One statement piece has the power to make your outfit extraordinary. It can be a hat or designer shoes, or perhaps sunglasses.

To achieve a chic look, rock a pair of slimline white sneakers and pair with a jumpsuit or layered dress.

The queen’s capital, London

Take a moment to explore vintage clothing shops or market stalls the

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Great Outfits in Fashion History: Keira Knightley in Early Erdem

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

She may have been a Karl Lagerfeld muse (and an official face for Chanel perfume), but Keira Knightley has also long been an advocate for emerging fashion talent in the U.K. 

In 2008, Erdem was but a three-year-old brand, and it already had a very big name its corner. Knightley first wore one of Erdem Moralioglu’s designs — the white lace closing look from his Spring 2007 show — to the Toronto International Film Festival in 2007. Then, she endorsed the brand yet again by arriving to a party in London in 2008 in a purple mini from its Fall 2008 collection. At that

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Great Outfits in Fashion History (Beauty Edition): Meg Ryan’s Overgrown ’90s Bangs

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

At this point, I’m a decades-long fan of Meg Ryan’s hair. (Meg Ryan, the person, too — but, really, her hair.) But for today, let’s focus in on a particular hairstyle she had going on back in 1995 at a charity picnic: wispy, overgrown bangs stretched slightly past the eyebrows, dropping down behind a pair of perfectly-1995-but-definitely-being-sold-now-at-Urban-Outfitters sunglasses. 

Shorter than a bob and verging on a mullet (but, like, in a good way?), the cut could have easily become soccer mom-esque, were it not for the disheveled, piece-y styling of it. Ryan’s dark roots and buttery, multi-tonal blonde highlights give it even less polish, making it

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