— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) January 16, 2018 The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star said her two older children - North, four and Saint, two are excited top have a new member in the family. "North and Saint are especially thrilled to welcome their baby sister," she wrote. … [Read more...] about Kim Kardashian, Kanye West welcome third child via surrogacy
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Italian luxury house, Gucci, has continued its expansion into the gaming realm with a Tennis Clash collab. This means an exclusive wardrobe (both virtual and otherwise) for players of the mobile game, as well as an in-game tournament, the Gucci Open. A good diversion for tennis fans, what with Wimbledon cancelled? Meanwhile, French fashion major, Louis Vuitton, has just expanded its Art of Gaming line (proud owners of last year’s LV Jenga set, take note). The Billiards table and Le Babyfoot (foosball table at approx ₹50 lakh onwards) feature the house’s traditional leathers or canvas and hand-painted balls and coins. Perhaps all that time spent indoors fine-tuning the home bar must have fuelled the demand for games that match up? … [Read more...] about Can’t stop fashion: on physical stores opening up and innovative strategies being adopted by brands
The reality is that the coronavirus is here to stay, at least till we have a vaccine. Meanwhile, the face mask has transcended its utilitarian image and become emblematic of the world’s many problems in 2020. We have laughed at the irony of France making masks compulsory but still denying Muslim women their right to cover their faces in accordance with their faith. And we have shaken our heads at how US president Trump refuses to wear one even against his own administration’s strictest advisories. At home, PM Modi is known to begin his televised broadcasts to the nation wearing a ‘gamcha’ to cover his nose and mouth that he takes off when he begins speaking. These and many other occurrences have made masks one of the biggest talking points of the year. By that logic alone, the fashion industry would be remiss in its duty if they didn’t ‘design’ face masks at this time. After all, fashion represents the zeitgeist and responds to what is … [Read more...] about Why shouldn’t designers sell masks?
This has an indirect but real impact on the environment. Online shoppers tend to order multiple sizes and colours, with the intent of sending back the items that don’t fit or aren’t the right colour, a practice known as “bracket shopping”. … [Read more...] about Augmented Reality in retail and e-commerce can improve online shopping experience
The world has changed in the span of a few months due to the deadly Coronavirus and so have weddings. Couples across the world had to cancel/postpone their weddings due to the unexpected pandemic and now, with things opening up to some extent with regulations in place the weddings are back. The rules of the game have changed and the maximum number of guests allowed will not be more than 50. So, while the parents of the would-be-brides and grooms get busy cutting down the original guest list, the bride and the groom are picking up their last minute accessories - face shields and face masks. Yes, shields and masks are the new wedding accessories and we don't know how to react to that. But since, this is the new normal- at least for a while, it's best to embrace this new change with a smile on the (masked) face. Well, that's exactly what brides and grooms are doing by going all out on their d-day and following social distancing in style. We take a look at some new brides and grooms that … [Read more...] about Face shields and masks for brides and grooms become the new normal at post Covid-19 weddings