Man's World - August 2015
FOOTBALL FEVER - THE EPL & LA LIGA ARE SET FOR KICK-OFF.
THE QUIET GENTLEMAN - KUMAR SANGAKKARA
THE MIRACLE MAN - HOW AMIT VAIDYA BEAT CANCER WITH A COW.
VACHERON CONSTANTIN - 260 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE
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Manish Malhotra’s dressing up the boys now
Yes, we say “Manish Malhotra” and you think bridal couture. Well, the supposed “Badshah of Bollywood Couture” has gone and (finally) tried out something new. Last night, Manish Malhotra’s premiere menswear collection called “The Gentlemen’s Club” w...
Day 2: Prints, hearts and Kaleidoscope at LFW #menswear
Day 2 kicked off with young designers in the Gen Next section with a barrage of crazy prints on easy-to-wear silhouettes. While Charchit Bafna brought in buttonless jackets and trenches with simple hand embroidery which might be a cool addition to a Friday night wardrobe, Ajay Kumar’s kaleido...
Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla bring the 70s back
Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015 opened last night with Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla bringing back Bollywood glam from the seventies and eigthties. While personally we feel that the retro overdose should just stop, it always makes for a fun evening. Titled #JawaniJaneman, the collection s...
Ferrari officially launches the California T in Mumbai
It’s been a bit of a bumpy journey for Ferrari in India over the last few years, with its first foray into the country being a damp squib, especially in terms of the after sales experience. The legendary Italian sportscar maker is trying its hand in India again, on its own steam (a distributor...
Art on wheels: Mumbai taxis get swanky
No one said your daily ride to work has to be drab. And nothing dispels that early morning gloom better than some artsy funk. And a design firm has taken it upon them to give Mumbai’s regular taxis a wonderful makeover. Taxi Fabric, run by a bunch of young design entreprene...