Sure, Anavila’s ‘A Summer Stroll’ collection had our attention. While her designs depicted her love for nature, the beauty looks merged wonderfully with the theme of the show. Models were seen wearing buns with black lined eyes and soft lips but their faces were kept sharply contoured.
Here’s how to get Anavila Misra’s look:
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The beauty looks seen at Masaba’s ‘Sugar Plum’ collection presented on Instagram, were in complete sync with the theme – you had candy colours, big lips and all things cool. While Nargis Fakhri’s playful bangs made for a fab change, it was the pink pout and rosy cheeks that we fancied the most. Come to think of it, it was a show of many firsts – the Instagram angle, the candy looks and the fact that a showstopper was seen in a playful mood on the ramp, doing complete justice to the feel of the show.
Here’s how to get Nargis' look:
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Popular fashion magazine, Harper’s Bazaar presented eight designers’ collections created from Mulmul at Fashion Week. The result? The textile appeared to be a red carpet delight. Amongst the beauty looks, it was the models at the Anand Bhushan show that caught our eye. They flaunted some sharp looks – turquoise painted eyes, thick brows and chiseled noses that made a thunderous impact of the ramp.
Here’s how to get Anand Bhushan’s runway look:
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