Eyeglasses are not limited to offering correct vision or protection against blue light, but they speak the language of fashion too. From Cateye sunglasses to vintage designs, 2021 has been a roller coaster of style in eyewear fashion. Now the question is what 2022 has kept in its novelties and trends? Well, you don’t have to wait until New Year to get into fashion that is unique designs, that are oversized, slim, geometric, and made with exotic material.
Below we have put a few of the most sought-after picks that you should include in your 2021 fashion.
One thing that we are going to take from 2021 is the retro design. Fashion that’s dwelled in past and glammed with innovative shapes. You can have retro designs induced in diversified shapes that come in different sizes.
Eyeglasses for women have now transformed to an extent where Brands like Vogue, Gucci, and more are now bringing back the retro colors to complete the look of vintage.
A subtle look to go with every style that you might want to pick for the new year.
Aren’t we all were obsessing over the rectangle frames that took our hearts towards the end of this year? Well, they are here to stay. Prominent brands such as Prada, Gucci have induced rectangle moods for their fall collection of 21’. If you haven’t had them till now, 2022 won’t be “too late” for them. Combine them with magnificent acetates with fancy colors that’ll uplift your whole outfit, instantly.
If you are eyeing the unique Cat-eye in your Instagram feeds, then Angular Cat-eye Eyewear is the word of them. The highly chic look and bold shapes is making them one of the most trendy shapes of 2021. If you think they are going out of fashion in the new year, we bet otherwise. For those who want angular front fashion eyeglasses.
Tired of the 2010 silhouette’s aviators style? Well, we are too. But this year, mark tinted aviator in your shopping list. Wearing the same classic style is okay but if you want to modernize your look a dash more than tinted aviators is the way to go. We are never going to get over Ray-bans but there are other brands like Vogue, Fendi, and more that offer great aviator styles too.
There is an endless list of fashion sunglasses and eyeglasses styles that you’d want to list in your shopping list of the new transaction for 2022. If you want to boost start your shopping from your list, check this company for the latest eyewear collection.
As the end of winter is fast approaching, we can’t help but reminisce about the wonders of summer days. Of course, though the days are warm, we can always cool down with sticky popsicles and cold drinks, but that’s not all we look forward to.
Summer reminds us of vibrant colours, feather-light clothes that keep you comfortable, and experimenting with your fashion choices. This summer, though, let’s look at ethnic trends to rejuvenate your wardrobe; does summer call for some long Anarkali designer gowns? Let’s find out!
Summer Haze and Ethnic Wear
What could be more comfortable in the heat of Indian summer than cotton Kurtas or loose-fit Palazzo pants? Trying to come up with comfortable summer wear ends with us scratching our heads. There’s no better fit to beat the heat than traditional wear ingrained in our culture. But, who said you can’t be comfortable yet stylish simultaneously? With some helpful tips, you can always pick the right ethnic wear this summer, whether it’s selecting Indian ethnic dresses for a wedding, or summer festivities, we’ve covered it all here.
What could be a better time to experiment with various cuts and designs of traditional ethnic wear than summers? You don’t have to stick to full-sleeved Anarkalis or thick Kurtas; it’s time to chop off those extra layers. Instead, pair your designer sharara suits with Kurtas featuring an asymmetrical hemline or even a crop top. Ethnic wear has long since bid goodbye to its traditional moulds, with the latest designs reflecting modern-day styles.
Endless Colours and Prints
The Indian prints and textile industry needs no introduction. When browsing through Indian ethnic wear, especially for occasions such as weddings, it is hard to miss the varying styles of prints across the country. Well, summer is the time to flaunt your love for this traditional art, but that’s not all. Vibrant and bold colours have long been the mainstay of summer fashion and pairing them with beautiful Indian prints is key to making your summer outfit stand out.
The Shoes Make the Outfit
We won’t drone on about the need to wear comfortable clothing during summer. Airy and loose-fit clothing are all that hit the racks during summer, making it easy to piece together an easy-breezy outfit. However, while agonizing over what to wear for your outing, don’t forget to pay mind to your shoes. Most would be happy to bid adieu to their strappy heels and mules. Instead, opt for kolhapuris or embellished juttis that compliment your outfit.
Who doesn’t love a bit of bling with their outfits? So, while pairing your long Anarkali designer gowns with a statement piece is enough during the winters, you can have a little more fun in the summer. Earrings, neckpieces, cuffs and more, the sky is the limit!
We’ll keep our eyes peeled for sunny days where we won’t be struggling to get out of our cosy blanket and daydreaming about our summer closet. So, let’s explore with Moledro about what trends do you hope to see in the summer of 2022?
You're all set for your year end getaway and there are a few beach essentials, besides a bikini body you need to pack! For inspiration, check out these celebrities and pick a style to match your body type and mood:
Disha Patani who's got the best body in the business certainly gives us goals! Her leopard print bikini is red hot for the season.
Forget polka dots, its a yellow checkered bikini you need for the season. Youth icon Ananya Panday looks photo ready complete with a flamingo to keep the mood afloat.
Alaya F enjoys a moment in the sun in this sultry printed swimsuit, beach tousled waves and a tan are all she needs!
Bollywood's bubbly girl Alia Bhatt takes tie-dye for an underwater swim as she poses for a photo-op!
Sea salt spritz, metallic bangles and you're good to go for a beautiful sunset says Janhvi Kapoor.
Ring in the New Year in a glamorous Malliot in tones of gold and black... Nargis Fakhri shows you how to nail the look with hair rolled into a top knot, long danglers and bronze makeup.
Bollywood's girl of the moment, Sara Ali Khan, shows of her abs in a patterned swimsuit as part of her go-with-the-flow approach.
What's a beach holiday without some tiger print, a kaftan and never ending legs... take a bow for Tara Sutaria in this one-piece.
Japanese tennis ace and four-time major winner, Naomi Osaka, has shared stunning pictures of her vacationing in Mykonos in Greece, as she celebrates her 24th birthday with her family and friends in the island paradise.
Osaka, who turned 24 on October 16, posted several pictures of her on social media and tweeted, "24, Kobe year. Thank you for all the birthday wishes. When I was younger it was just my sister and parents who wished me a happy birthday, now a few years later to have people all over the world doing the same…It feels surreal. I'm so extremely thankful, honored and blessed."
The American former world No.1, who has taken an indefinite break from the game due to mental health issues, recently dropped out of the top-10 for the first time since winning the 2018 US Open title.
The Japanese player, earlier this year, had pulled out of the French Open and Wimbledon citing mental health concerns.
Osaka posted pictures on Instagram, where she is seen posing in front of the Temple of Isis on the Greek island of Delos, located just off Mykonos. In another picture, she is seen enjoying her vacation in Mykonos, while in an eye-catching picture, she is seen sitting on a luxury yacht.
According to greekreporter.com, "Mykonos remains a hub of global luxury tourism, where international travelers can experience a slice of Grecian paradise. Mykonos is a popular destination for celebrities due to its unrivaled cosmopolitan atmosphere, fine dining and luxury accommodations, and famous nightlife."
Chitrangada Singh graced the 6degree #colorsofIndia show for designers Shikha & Srishti. We caught up with the gorgeous actress in a quick tete-e-tete on fashion, travel and what's on the cards:
Do you enjoy on-ground fashion events and the energy that comes with physical shows and appearances?
Chitrangada Singh: Absolutely I think we all have realised the importance of human interaction especially when I think of doing something with creativity like film sets, shoots and now fashion. It is so important to feed off each other's energy.
Your thoughts on traditional bridal ensembles?
Chitrangada Singh: Well, I think the most important thing is that the ensemble I wore for the show, even though it was bridal tradition wear, was not over the top and that's how I like it. Slightly understated, simple, classic.
In the world of fashion celebrity collaborations are replacing celebrity muses, what are your thoughts on that?
Chitrangada Singh: I think it depends. Definitely. I think sometimes you want to bring in your sense of self-style and character to the collection. And I think even for the designer itself, it's a fresh take you know to collaborate with someone who's obviously had enough experience involved in the business in the fashion. I think it's interesting.
What are your travel essentials?
Chitrangada Singh: I really need a really great backpack, which is very easy and it's not leather and all that, big and heavy. So yeah. Something very light and easy. So a good backpack is extremely important to invest in. Of course, a great pair of shoes is very important and I think it's always made sense to slip in a pair of heels wherever you travel because you never know.
Sometimes it's a little formal, so even if you have a pair of jeans and a white shirt or t-shirt and throw on a jacket and a pair of heels, it's a great fix. Yeah, and a pair of boots that go with everything.
How do you support sustainable fashion?
Chitrangada Singh: I've stopped shopping as much as I normally do, even online shopping. This whole idea of consuming so much needs to change. I mean, yes, you can choose a more responsible brand is making good choices and, you know, sort of sourcing and stuff, but at the end of it, it's about consumers. You know, how important it is to be in high fashion mode, I really think we should talk about this a lot more. It's okay to repeat clothes. It's okay, to be seen in the same dress twice a month and it doesn't mean anything. I think it is extremely important and social media has spiraled everything out of control. I think I'm going to start repeating my clothes and not shop as much. Minimalism is the key.
Do you live in the good hands of your stylist or do you make her life e.?
Chitrangada Singh: I'm a Virgo. It's a big problem. Things have to be a certain way. I see it, I like it, I wear it. I know I'm very set in my ways. I think I have about 20, black t-shirts, 20 white jeans in my cupboard.
What is an experience in your life that you're waiting to have?
Chitrangada Singh: I am waiting to go back to Bali.
Your ideal way to unwind, a book, a movie or go to the gym or a night out?
Chitrangada Singh: I really like a good movie and gym. Yeah, just like a good workout and then go grab some popcorn.
Mumbai, Aug 30 (IANS) Former US-Canadian porn star-turned-Indian film actress Sunny Leone has entered the 'Bigg Boss OTT' house.
In a candid conversation with host Karan Johar, Sunny spoke about her favourite contestant in the house, as she revealed Divya Agarwal as her favourite contestant as she has a "strong personality".
She played fun games like 'Coconut Task', the contestants had to do some steamy dance moves to showcase their compatibility followed by another task where they picked one contestant who they accepted and the one they wanted to block! Interesting, isn't it? She played Cupid for the housemates.
Sunny Leone recalled her own 'Bigg Boss' days and said: "Bigg Boss OTT' is all about #StayConnected, so I am here to spread some more love! As the host of 'Splitsvilla', I know what real connections look like and there are contestants who have some amazing bonding in the house."
She added: "I can guide the contestants a little more emotionally to find themselves through that process because this show is also about being over the top. So if you don't have a game you will not survive. I am looking forward to getting on the show and spilling some beans with Karan."
'Bigg Boss OTT' streams on Voot.
New Delhi, Aug 26 (IANS) Actor Karan Nath is the latest evicted contestant from 'Bigg Boss OTT' and he says he wants co-contestant Divya Agarwal, who is like a "sister" to him, to win the controversial reality show.
Karan told IANS: "I would want Divya to win the show because Divya and I had a real connection in the house. We were like real brother and sister. She took good care of me. So, I would definitely want Divya to win the show."
"Heart wants Divya, the brain says something else but I will stick with the heart."
Karan was evicted from the house along with actress Ridhima Pandit.
What according to him was the reason behind it?
"Since this is all about connection and not about individuals here I think somewhere we fell a little short, according to the audience. Me and Ridhima, we felt that we had a pure, honest connection and we weren't playing mind games with anyone and we were honest about our opinions," Karan said.
"If you talk about me I think I stood up for many people in the house...I defended them. I mean if it comes to audience voting then definitely we are sad that we fell short on votes."
However, Karan, who is best known for his role as the romantic hero in 'Yeh Dil Aashiqanaa', has no regrets.
"I have no regrets. The time I spent inside the house was quite nice, I enjoyed my stay in the Bigg Boss house. It was pretty short but I made some good friends there. I thoroughly enjoyed it."
He would love to come back as a wildcard.
"Yes, of course if they offer me again I would love to come back to the Bigg Boss house. I had a good experience. I would like to come back to the house," he said.
Hosted by filmmaker Karan Johar, 'Bigg Boss OTT' streams on Voot Select.
New Delhi, Aug 7 (IANS) OTT platforms came as a blessing when the Covid-19 pandemic took over the world in 2020, bringing everything to a standstill. The ever-expanding universe of the digital space not just entertained the audience with binge-worthy content but also brought forward many talented actors and shone the spotlight on them and their craft.
Pankaj Tripathi, who can be tagged as the uncrowned king of the digital space, garnered a big fan following after his portrayal as the deadly gangster Kaleen bhaiyya from 'Mirzapur', power-hungry godman Guruji from 'Sacred Games' and the endearing friend in his latest release 'Mimi'.
Pankaj, who grabbed eyeballs ever since he shone on the web crime thrillers, says he is not trying to be a "game-changer" as he is only doing what loves the most -- acting.
"It feels good. The OTT stories have a big hand and the audience for making me the face of OTT. I am thankful. I am called a game-changer but I am just doing my job. I am not doing this to change the game. I am doing what I love and while doing it the game is changing," Pankaj told IANS.
The 44-year-old actor credits the webspace for showcasing his breakthrough performances.
"It is happening. I just love acting. I just got a chance after the advent of OTT. That chance was given by OTT," added Pankaj, who was born in the Gopalganj district of Bihar.
National Award-winning actor Manoj Bajpayee's performances on the big screen and on the web-space cannot be questioned.
He raised the bar for himself with his work in 'The Family Man' and 'The Family Man 2'.
The 52-year-old star sees competing with himself as a "good thing".
"As far as people are saying that I am competing with myself, that is a very good situation to be in and everyone should compete with themselves and nobody else," said the actor.
Manoj added: "In acting you compete with yourself and nobody else rather with your own last work and this is what I always wanted to do and this is what I will do in day-to-day acting life and that's the way it is going to be. I am only interested in doing better than what I have done before."
He does not want to take the tag of being the ruler of the OTT space.
"There are so many actors who are actually the rulers of OTT and they are doing some amazing stuff and learn so much just by watching their work. The kind of performances they are coming up with is new and unique. They have their own method which is interesting to watch," added the actor, who was awarded the Padma Shri in 2019.
Actor Ali Fazal's tryst with web-stardom came in 2018 with his performance as the hot-headed Govind "Guddu" Pandit in the 'Mirzapur', which revolves around a proverbial ruler of Mirzapur in the Purvanchal region of Uttar Pradesh.
The 34-year-old actor is overwhelmed with the love he has got over the years for his work in the crime thriller.
Ali says he is ecstatic to be a part of content evolution.
"I feel a bit of responsibility and feel happy that I was part of something that became the biggest change in our country and cinema. It is cool to see it unravel," said the actor.
He does not want to rush into getting into a signing spree as he says it gets exhausting.
Ali said: "So much talent has come but at the same time I have to be extra careful as to what my next is going to be and that is why I probably have not done the show and only done films."
"It takes up a lot of time and I think requires a lot of focus. It does drain me out. I can't churn out one after the other. I really admire my colleagues who are going one after the other."
Actress Richa Chadha is thankful to the OTT space for bridging the gap between TV viewing audiences and the urban audience.
"I am glad that people are now doing web series and better content options are available to people in India. There was a big gap between the TV viewing audience and the urban audience...so, I think the coming of OTT has solved that problem," she said.
The actress, who hails from Amritsar, Punjab, has treated the audience with her work in series such as 'Inside Edge', films 'Madam Chief Minister' and 'Lahore Confidential', among many others in the webspace.
"I do feel that I am competing with myself and I also feel like my work will be appreciated more in retrospect and am not saying it from a conceited space. I understand that a lot of actors will do different things and experiment and history is kinder to them than the present," added Richa.
Actress Shweta Tripathi is happy to be called the face of OTT.
Over the years, she has worked in the webspace in several projects including 'Mirzapur', 'Raat Akeli Hai', 'Laakhon main ek' and 'The Gone Game'.
The 36-year-old actress has revealed what she admires the most about the platform.
"What I love about OTT is that I can watch it anytime and anywhere at my convenience. I never think about competing with myself or anybody else. I just think I want to do justice to what the director and writer have imagined because this is their story. You are helping them tell their story. Thank you OTT," the actress added.
That's not it!
Actress Rasika Dugal in the OTT era can be tagged as one of the biggest success stories as she took everyone by surprise with her strong performance in the first and second season of the web series 'Mirzapur' as Beena Tripathi, who metamorphosed from a demure 'bahu' to a fierce woman.
Then there is Shefali Shah, who wowed the audience with her powerful performance as the fierce cop DCP Vartika Chaturvedi in the web series 'Delhi Crime' which bagged the Best Drama Series award at the 48th International Emmy Awards.
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New Delhi, July 26 (IANS) Former 'Bigg Boss 14' contestant Shefali Jariwala, popularly known as 'Kaanta laga' girl, feels that the event industry has been suffering for the past two years due to the global outbreak of Covid-19. She says its after-effects are slashing down the prices for live shows.
She tells IANS: "Lot of people at the backend from event managers to dancers to musicians are really suffering. We're trying to help each other out as much as possible and whichever few events that I am doing we have already slashed our prices by over fifty per cent so that my staff can keep working. It's alright if we earn a little less money, but it is very important for these people to earn."
Due to pandemics and the lockdown, live shows and shootings have hit the pause button. Thus Shefali is being choosy about her work.
"There is an apprehension in deciding what to do and what not to do. But earlier this year I finished shooting for a short film. I can't talk much about it because the official announcements will be made soon. I am expecting it to be released in the next couple of weeks."
She adds: "Also I have signed a lot of OTT and will be shooting in the month of August. We are waiting for travel restrictions to be lifted and will get on with the shoot."
Currently, the 38-year-old actress, who is married to actor Parag Tyagi, is waiting to get her second jab as she is looking forward to travelling.
"I have got my first shot of the vaccine and once I get my second shot, travelling will be much easier," shares Shefali.
Shefali is known for her glamorous image especially after the popularity of the album 'Kaanta laga'. But in reality, she prefers to be simple and carefree.
"I belong to a simple middle-class Gujarati family and I am still that simple person. You can find me wearing pyjamas and probably with oil in my hair and just lazing around at home."
New Delhi, July 16 (IANSlife) Monsoon is all about bright, happy colours and comfortable clothes. From 'work from home' meetings to cozy coffee dates, dress up according to the season to impress. Ashima Sharma, celebrity fashion designer and founder of Ashima S Couture shares some monsoon trends to follow this season.
1. Bold colours and dark shades are in trend: black and single colour pants can be worn with contrasting shades of tops and shirts.
2. Jeans are a classic but this year trend is of bell bottoms in denims that imitates the classic retro look.
3. Ruffles are again seen trending this monsoon with ruffled skirts and tops.
4. Monochrome shades are trending again this season, monochrome pants can be seen worn by many influencers and have gained popularity largely this monsoon.
5. The floral prints are a forever favourite of fashion lovers and these floral dresses are perfect for the monsoon season.
6. Culottes are the perfect and trending monsoon look for the office-goers as it gives comfort along with style. This is a choice opted widely by working women with an active lifestyle.
7. Crop tops are an ultimate fashion favourite for fashionistas this year. Especially in monsoon, crop tops are a raging trend. They can be teamed up with shorts, jeans and skirts to give a trendy look.
8. Short skirts were out of trend for since long but this year they are back in trend, this year many celebrities have been seen donning this look in their events and hence they are popular again. It is also a comfortable option for monsoons.
9. Free fitting clothes are in trend this monsoon. Due to the comfort factor and the fact they can easily be worn on a daily basis, the casual look is an ultimate favourite of the youth and free fitted clothes give the perfect casual look this monsoon.
10. Shrugs are a fashion favourite for the monsoons as they offer a perfect blend of a casual and trendy looks. They can be paired up with almost anything; like jeans, shorts, skirts etc. They provide the perfect trendy look for the monsoon season.
Los Angeles, July 15 (IANS) Model Gigi Hadid has shared that she worried about being a good mother while she was pregnant with her first child Khai.
The 26-year-old model opened up about how she kept a good journal and a bad journal which she thinks she might give to her daughter Khai one day, reports dailymail.co.uk.
Hadid also spoke about how well her beau and musician Zayn Malik has fitted into her family.
On her pregnancy anxieties, Gigi said in the August issue of Harper's Bazaar: "During my pregnancy, I had one journal that I called my good journal and one journal that I called my bad journal. They weren't that literal, but one was more for the memories, for Khai. Maybe one day I'll give her the bad journal just to be real about it."
Talking about what was inside the bad journal, she said: "Anxieties and days where I felt like, 'Am I good enough to be a mom?' I didn't want to feel guilty about feeling those things or writing those things down. I just liked the separation. I also have sketch pads where I'll water colour-sketch, and sometimes I end up writing there too. I write on the back of receipts and keep those in a notebook."
She added: "I'm not particular about it, and my journals are everywhere around the house. I just pick up whichever one is closest to me and write."
About Zayn, Gigi said: "At first he was like, 'How do I get a word in edgewise?' But now he is very comfortable. He speaks his mind. When he's in the middle of a family thing and everyone's like, ‘Zayn, whose side are you on?' He's charming. He's usually on my mom's side. So, he's smart in that sense."
She added: "This is not to say that I don't have a heart or Bella doesn't have a brain, but when dealing with family stuff and world issues, my mom calls me the brain and Bella the heart."
"My brother (Anwar) is half and half. Whatever the family dinner-table discussion is, Bella will be very emotional and compassionate, and I'm sitting there pulling up charts and infographics, speaking very calmly," she said.
Gigi added: "My mom is just very Dutch and to the point. And my dad's a storyteller -- a bit goofy, but always connecting it back to, 'Oh, you've heard the old Palestinian saying…"