Outfit of the Week

Diwali 2016

By Juhi Bansal The Diwali special shoot for Femina is something I’ll cherish forever. The obvious reason aside, it was also largely because I almost didn’t make it. When Kinjal from Femina called me for the shoot, I was still in Mcleodganj. We had to move the shoot a little bit so I could be a part […]

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Planning a trip to Mcleodganj

By Juhi Bansal I have said enough about the food in Mcleodganj. This article is about planning a trip to the dreamy town and some must dos (apart from eating to your heart’s content!). Getting There: Did you know Dharamshala has an airport! We didn’t for the longest time or we would have planned the […]

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Star Style Quotient, Trends

Shilpa Shetty Kundra-forever the diva

By Bhavna Narang (Guest Blogger)  While B-town has become an everyday runway, with the lens tracing celebrities from airports to cafes to sets, the Bollywood beauties are on a round-the-clock style alert. Though the list of B-town style divas is quite long, one of them has caught my attention longer in recent times. From her […]

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Baby Talks, Outfit of the Week

Like Mother Like Daughter Part 2

By Iy Upadhyay Read Part 1 here. Hello hello! I am back! Was I missed? Ofcourse I was- silly me! 😉 So, this was supposed to be the next edition of our “Like Mother, Like Daughter” series but I’ve managed to push mamma out of this one. She did sneak in one of the pics […]

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Random Musings

Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2016- Part II

By Pranshuta Arora (Team CB) So continuing our take on the latest fashion week, Day-4 and Day-5 were no less. The designs were magnificent, the aura was vibrant and the audience was captivated. Take a look. Day- 4 Ashish N Soni  Ashish’s collection was monochromically splendid. The exaggerated and oversize cuts were inspired from 70s, […]

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Outfit of the Week, Random Musings

Birthday Ruminations Part 1

By Juhi Bansal  One of my favourite books this year in my reading challenge has been “What Alice Forgot” by Liane Moriarty. The protagonist, 40 year old Alice loses her memory in an accident and wakes up thinking she is 30 years old. What follows is a funny and heart touching tale of her coming […]

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