You Will Be Mine
Whether you love Valentine’s Day or HATE it… my experience is that having someone to call a “Valentine” doesn’t really make that much a difference on the love of the holiday itself. Anyway, whether you love or hate Valentine’s day, you can’t avoid it, even if you tried. So if you can’t beat them, look fabulous and join them. This week has an excellent roundup of style guides and beauty tips! You’ll look so good, I’ll do anything to have you. Continue reading 13th Feature at Independent Fashion Bloggers’ Links a la Mode
If you go back and look at the history of menswear, you will be seeing Deepak Perwani’s name a lot and look at the brand now and you’ll see it has established itself as a prominent womenswear brand now. But what came as a shocker was the announcement that Deepak Perwani will now be showcasing an only menswear collection at the A/W Fashion Pakistan Week. Continue reading DEEPAK PERWANI – Everything But the Girl
Imran Abbas is one of those Pakistani actors who’s gone across the border and tried to make a mark. While his debut might not have hit the right notes on the box office, it did manage to land him in a coveted position of one of a good subject for a fashion shoot; as displayed in this recent shoot in Pernia’s Pop-Up Shop’s Magazine.
Read the whole feature here along with Imran’s interview. See the full pictures from the shoot below Continue reading Imran Abbas for Pernia’s Pop-Up Shop
Beyond the Hype:
In Fashion, it’s hard to tell what’s really real. There is so much hype around everything. So many euphemisms, so many sales gimmicks, and so much “positioning” that to get to what really is going on… that takes some hard looks. This week we have quite a few thought-provoking posts that have us question the very surface of the fashion industry. About diversity, about diversions and about those tricks they use to make us buy. Continue reading 12th Feature at Independent Fashion Bloggers’ Links a la Mode
When it’s music’s biggest night, one would expect a lot of good choices for the women out there. Pop stars and fashion always go hand in hand, and when it’s the Grammy’s, then the competition gets even tougher. Male musicians also are the kind who know what their signature style is and over time have developed a look that’s definite to them.
Here’s my top picks from the Grammy’s red carpet Continue reading Best Dressed Men at the 2015 Grammy Awards
January is such a serious month. Back to business. Start new things. Conquer the world. You know, regular stuff. This week we have an excellent roundup of tips on how to improve your blog, and look your best while you’re at it. So when you finally become the ruler of the known blogiverse… remember we knew you when! Continue reading 11th Feature at Independent Fashion Bloggers’ Links a la Mode
So HSY, one of the best designers in Pakistan, finally got around to launching his website. When it comes to online shopping, not many professionals resort to adapting to the new trends popping across the world, one of them being having an online store for their brand. HSY’s website has a minimalist feel to it with an interface extremely easy to use.
Check out the website here http://hsystudio.com/
If you’ve always wanted to check out HSY’s work and couldn’t find a more reliable source to get to see his work, then his website is surely the best thing to happen to the groomswear industry in Pakistan. I say that because he’s essentially good at that and he’s the best groomswear designer we have at the moment. So be it sherwanis for the Baraat or the Kurta for Mehndi, the new HSY website has it all.
Here are my top picks from the website. Continue reading Top Men’s Picks From HSY’s Website
As the Mens Collections come to an end, I was left wondering about a lot of things. If you’ve been reading my blog for a long time, you would probably know that I am in favor of innovation and creativity and tend to think of fashion in terms of personal expression and an embodiment of personal ideologies. With womenswear, it is easier to do that but when it’s menswear, it seems one cannot get out of the preformed ideas one has about menswear. But thanks to rebels, it’s changing. Yes, well, not exactly rebel off the charts kind, but slow evolution is what matters.
Continue reading London vs. Milan vs. Paris: Menswear
With Celine’s new campaign featuring Joan Didion, it became evident that writers and authors will always be an influence on the masses, and they have the power to stir things up whenever they want. Buzz Bissinger once wrote a piece for GQ Magazine where he told the world about his addiction to designer leather, and how Gucci even invited him over to show him around, and it was only because he had spent so much money on them. Writers, one way or another, have a hand in the fashion world through their own influences. They’re also celebrities, and they’re also the ones with money, and with fashion, money matters.
Continue reading The Writer in Fashion
As the new year begins, the fashion fraternity gathers in London to kick off the season full of excitement and, of course, fashion in style. With parties scheduled and the shows set, London Collection Men treats fashion lovers to what is to come in the fall of the year. Over time, LCM has developed it’s reputation as the hub of experimental menswear. Where the Brits were known for their dandy style in the past, LCM comes to shed off that image and show the crazy side to fashion through experimentation. Continue reading London Collections Men A/W’15-16: Overview