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Corneliani’s Autumn Winter Collection for a man of style

Fashion house Corneliani known for being an expert in impeccable Italian tailoring presents Autumn/Winter 2016-2017. The work reminds one of the elegant fashions of the 1940’s. Each look presents some timeless ideas from that era, which restore an independent strength to today’s contemporary fashion.CORNELIANI - Autumn Winter 2016 (4)After analysing and revitalizes that era of post World War II, interpreting it through the lens of contemporary fashion trends, where elegance wavers between two extremes: essential versatility and the supreme quality of the details, an increasing indicator of class and shaper of personality. The frame of the silhouette has changed, with more rounded, softer styles fashioned most appealingly from exquisite, enveloping materials.  The lapels are larger but much shorter. The shoulders of the outer coats are wider and more squarely cut. The collars of the shirts are large as they fold down. And the pants and jackets are more high-waisted.

After analysing and revitalizes that era of post World War II, interpreting it through the lens of contemporary fashion trends, where elegance wavers between two extremes: essential versatility and the supreme quality of the details, an increasing indicator of class and shaper of personality. The frame of the silhouette has changed, with more rounded, softer styles fashioned most appealingly from exquisite, enveloping materials.  The lapels are larger but much shorter. The shoulders of the outer coats are wider and more squarely cut. The collars of the shirts are large as they fold down. And the pants and jackets are more high-waisted.Untitled mens

CORNELIANI - Autumn Winter 2016 (3)The retro feel is visible in key detailing worth mentioning — are in crochet, geometrics, herringbone and pinstripes elegance both single and double breasted. The color palette consists of many shades of grey, caramel, dark brown, tobacco, peacock green and black. The big pockets and an element of deconstruction are also noticeable. An air of elegance is created with essential versatility. And of course, there is the supreme quality of each detail and of the fabrics used.

The mid-length cashmere coats are oversized and designed to be tied at the waist; the nylon trench is ultra-lightweight, while stitching and astrakhan touches play down the sporty look of the bomber jacket. The stiff, textured feel of post-Second- World-War fashion is hinted at subtly in the contours of the designs, which break away from the body to restore a sense of independent strength to fashion, all with a whisper of nostalgia.

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From Goa to Kashmir, actors talk about their favorite holiday spots!

Winters are here! If you want to ring in the New Year on a grand holiday, here are some great get-away suggestions from these actors.

Delnaaz Irani: One of my favourite perks which come with being is an actor is the travel that the job entails. We have to travel far and wide for our shoots and I just love that. There are so many exotic and beautiful places in Gujarat, Kerala, Rajasthan but my favourite getaway is Goa. I love beaches and I go to Goa to just relax and refresh myself.  If I talk about a place close by, it will have to be Panchgani and Mahabaleshwar. I often go for 2,3-day trips there. It’s a mini hill station and is so beautiful.

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Angad Hasija: I have travelled to so many places but my favourite still remains Jammu and Kashmir. I feel Gulmarg is one of the most beautiful places in the world. No wonder they call it the Switzerland of India. I have gone to Jammu and Kashmir twice. My second favourite is Kerala, I love the beaches there.

Meera Deosthale: My favourite travel destination will have to be Kashmir. I remember we had gone for an outdoor shoot there and I was so mesmerised by the place. I decided that I will stay here when I retire. It is completely serene, calm and beautiful. The locals are also so warm and welcoming there. And the best part about Kashmir is the food. The delicacies are there are to die for.


Vijayendra Kumeria: India is a huge country and it has so many beautiful and exotic places which need to be explored. I love travelling to new places and the next place which I want to go is somewhere in the northeast. I hope I go soon. Besides this, my favourite holiday destination is also Kashmir, specifically Pahalgam. It is truly is a heaven on earth.

Rohit Choudhary: Despite travelling extensively abroad, I feel that India has some of the most beautiful places. I love Kerala, it is so beautiful. Even Jim Corbett and Rishikesh are my favourite. I think before planning a foreign trip, it’s important to try and explore options in India. There are so many places which are so amazing.


Rajit Dev: If I have to think of a dream holiday place in India, it will have to be Kashmir. The beautiful snow peaks, the sound of the river flowing as well as the delicious food…everything in Kashmir is stunning. I also love Kerala. The backwaters are truly amazing and there is so much of greenery around. The waterfalls, beaches…everything is so beautiful. I love the food in Kerala too.

Avinash Mukherjee: I want to start by saying that India has some of the most amazing tourist places. From Kashmir to Gujarat to Kanyakumari, everything is so beautiful. I don’t really have a dream place which I want to go to for a holiday, but if you ask me, I can go to Golden Temple in Amritsar again and again.


Saanand Verma: Mount Abu is my favourite destination in India. I remember when I was shooting for the film Pataakha, I had to lose weight and I used to go for a walk from Mount Abu to Guru Shikhar. It was an amazing experience. There was a big bell there and it is believed that if you ring the bell, all your wishes will come true.

Sharad Malhotra: If you ask me about my favourite place in India for a holiday, it will have to be Goa. I love Goa and everything about it. The place, the food, the beaches, the hotels, everything! Goa is one place where I can go and just relax, without a care in the world.

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New Commando Frogman from Luminox

The new Commando Frogman from Luminox is inspired by the intrepid military divers. Developed in collaboration with military and law enforcement expert Andrea Micheli, the Commando Frogman is aimed at all military, police and commercial divers, as well as outdoor enthusiasts.

The uni-directional “Dive Time” bezel of the Commando Frogman is special. Not only it display how much time you have left underwater, but also has a no-decompression scale, that allows you to calculate how much time you can spend at what depth without having to decompress.

The Commando Frogman comes in a Carbonox™ case that is water resistant to 200 meters, with a battleship grey dial and Navy-style numbers and a military time scale. Carbonox™ is a carbon-based material exclusive to Luminox – light, hypoallergenic and extremely durable and resistant.

The LLTs guarantee ultimate night vision for up to 25 years through their use of tritium tubes. Unlike other luminosity systems, which depend on exterior light sources to charge luminous paint or a pushbutton to illuminate the watch, the luminosity is built right into Luminox watches, ensuring that you will always be able to see the time, no matter the conditions.

Retail Price: INR 43491/-
Available at www.luminox.com

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Tech Tripper Shoes by Woodland for tech-savvy People

Gone are the days when technology was restricted only to gizmos and gadgets. Now, it’s turning for your shoes to go smart. Woodland, the outdoor apparel and footwear brand present its most exciting curation of technology driven shoes.

Crafted specially for outdoor enthusiasts dealing with extreme weather conditions and constantly changing terrains, these technically advanced shoes are embedded with battery powered temperature control system. With their antimicrobial property, the shoes absorb sweat to keep your feet dry. The range also includes footwear with closure technology that contains ultra-thin stainless steel cables. With a simple twist of the knob mounted on the top of the shoe, you can adjust your feet in the shoes with these cables. Once adjusted, laces of the shoes stay locked until readjusted, thus eliminating the hassles of old-fashioned closures.

With superior cushioning; unmatched comfort; breath-ability and durability; the Tech Tripper collection by Woodland provides you one of the most efficient ways to upgrade the comfort and performance of your footwear.

Availability: Across all Woodland stores

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Formal Fervour with BRUNE, Classic Brogue Range for Him

Brune, a premium leather brand that produces handcrafted and hand painted shoes, bags and accessories at affordable price, launches its classic Brogues Collection. Popped up in the early 1900s in Ireland, this shoe style is setting impressive fashion trends at the workplace. With decorative perforations on the extremities, the range is finely crafted in genuine leather and extra padded insole that makes the shoe grip comfortable and sturdy.

Ranging from rich tans, olive to contrasting palettes of black, white, red and greys, these pairs are sure to boost ones’ shoe rack with brilliant styling essence. One of the most versatile formal shoe styles, Brogues is absolute timeless add on to a man’s wardrobe this season.

Spruce up your look by adding a suave touch to your appearance by grabbing this latest collection from Brune.

Price: Rs 5,999 onwards

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