Watch out! Military style has taken a stronghold on the runway during the Fall-winter fashion trends 2016. Tailored khaki coats as the stand-out pieces are on the catwalk at Burberry, Prada, and Marni. Experts say that this is a great way to inject some energy and edge into your wardrobe. From jackets, skirts, trousers, pants to even shoes and other accessories, camouflage print is the hit of the season.
Being worn by army people, it symbolizes pride, strength, and typical toughness. This season has seen the trend dominate the runways once again, with Zara, Dolce & Gabbana, Christopher Baily, Marc Jacob’s and other leading names. Designers are re-interpret military-inspired prints while incorporating their signature design elements to invent a style that is uniquely their own.
Today we explore the key military prints, colours, and pieces that should be on your radar over the coming fall/winter months. The trend in and of itself is certainly nothing new; it’s been around for many years and has weaved its way in and out of the limelight in men’s fashion. Lines this year suggest a more feminine twist. However, many fashion designers have taken the liberty to incorporate khaki into garments with more feminine silhouettes. Zara has taken the military print and translated the garments to show more feminine flair by introducing skinnies and jackets for women.
Cargo pants and floating tops come to mind when we think about military print. We now see the application of the traditional khaki-brown variants to shirts, jackets, trousers and outerwear respectively. Even celebrities like Rihanna, MS Dhoni, Miley Cyrus, John Abraham, Milind Gaba and others are seen wearing the camouflage print for depicting a tougher look.
Whatever the reason, the military fashion trend is thriving today. Let me tell you, it’s not too late to add fashion’s most battle-hardened print to your wardrobe.
Shilpa Shetty Kundra wearing Devnaagri
Kiehl’s 14th store in Select CityWalk
The brand motive of Kiehl’s vision is the ‘try before you buy’ initiative. Allowing their patrons to try products before they purchase, this 92-year old initiative has won hearts and has led to loyal clientele over the years.
Kiehl’s journey from humble beginnings in 1851 as an old apothecary in New York’s East Village neighbourhood to 250 stores around the world including 13 flagship stores in India is one which deserves attention and applause.
The event was honoured by Kiehl’s advocate and Bollywood actor Jim Sarbh. He was present at this celebratory occasion and talked with the media about his journey with Kiehl’s India and his favourites from the brand.
Kiehl’s old-world, customer-centric heritage has been at the heart of every product and service debut over the company’s 169-year history – from ingredient research and formula safety testing to localized store decors.
One goal is always front of mind: to serve patrons in an attentive, educational environment that offers the company’s tried-and-true skincare products enjoyed by customers the world over.
‘Utpala’ Summer Collection by Mrunalini Rao’s
‘Utpala’ is a summer collection inspired by the serene lotus. The beauty of this ethereal flower is reinterpreted by the designer into an abstract work of art. The Utpala Collection flaunts a colour palette that is directly derived from the real essence of the flower and its surroundings
Each piece in the collection is crafted with a reverence for traditional artistry and showcases elements such as hand zardozi embroidery, thread embellishments and appliqué. The collection also features hand-painted prints in captivating colours of purple, pink, yellow and green. Bringing sheen and richness to the collection are silks, organzas, chiffons and tulle in flamboyant flares and layers
Bugatti Launches Summer Collection
Warmer days are here again and bugatti’s new Spring Summer 2020 collection is here to greet them with a bouquet of fresh palettes.
The collection, which is an anthology of inventive design and experimental fashion, possesses a strong multicolour identity. From sorbet shades to vintage tones to surprising hues. Classic colours like cognac, red and black, give way to unusual variations of colours like green, blue, camel, yellow and khaki.
These bold colours are coupled with fashionable details like decorative seams and prominent labelling to establish a compelling personality.
The collection is poised for effortless style and unparalleled comfort for the upcoming summer months. Special features have been developed internally keeping in mind the climate, popular summer activities, and behaviour.
Innovation can be seen in the uppers which are made of breathable
materials, flexible, light and water-resistant soles and easy fastenings.
The collection has been engineered from the imaginations of the expert designers and craftsmen from Spain, Germany, Italy, and Portugal. bugatti’s signature is found in a wide selection of derbies, sandals, sneakers, casual slip-ons, and athleisure shoes.
Grab your pair at Bugatti
“Working with Puri sir was a completely different experience,” shares Ananya Panday having 2 releases in 2021
Ananya Panday is just 3 movies old actress and has shown immense growth. Starting as a teenager in SOTY2 and...
“2020 has been quite a lovely year with a lot of learnings, I’m really excited for 2021”, Shares the shining star Alaya F
Debutant of the year, Alaya F, has had spectacular 2020, by striking the right chord with the audience with her...
ALTBalaji and ZEE5’s magnum-opus Paurashpur
ALTBalaji and ZEE5’s magnum-opus Paurashpur, a tale of power, lust, betrayals and fight for rights, that will leave you in...
Here’s why this Christmas is special for Subuhii Joshi
Actor Subuhii Joshi is really looking forward to celebrating Christmas this year. Her family is at her place this year...