These top celebrities are working out the wet hair look perfectly. How about you?

The best moments of summer are relatively intertwined with showers and the things that have water as a primary element. Nonetheless, past the time of shower inevitably dryness hits back to its position since the use of the dry shampoo but to keep the wet charm all day long there are some tricks under the sleeves of the renowned celebrities.

From Anushka Sharma and Selena Gomez to Kendall Jenner everyone seems falling in love with the wet hair look and showing up their love for this style at various occasions. Let’s get some inspiration from these A-list celebs.


Anushka Sharma
During the promotions of her upcoming movie Phillauri, Anushka Sharma showed up at Dil Hai Hindustani show shinning in the glittery textured wet hair. With her short glittery dress, the wet hair she wore went exciting and made the whole look intriguing.


Deepika Padkone
The big-eyed Deepika is one amongst the Bollywood divas to sport the wet hair look in a simple yet sexy manner. She nailed it like an expert with her hair combed backwards. Credits for that successful look must be credited to her woolen black off shoulder top and obviously her flawless make up.


Selena Gomez
In a latest photo posted by Hung, Selena Gomez appeared in a new avatar where she wore a wet hair look in a smart and seductive way. Smoky shadow on eyes and gorgeous off white dress complimented the look and turned up the heat. Her slicked-back hair draw the attention of many and stand out from the rest as one of the coveted looks of this season of summer.


Kendall Jenner
The youngest kardashian reigning the fashion ramp with her sharp looks showed us how to rule the wet hair look with the addition of elegance. This is also a slicked-back hair look that fascinated us through the intense styling applied to the look. Heavy earrings, well groomed eye brows and the dewy make-up finished the look to perfectism.


One piece of clothing that works from board room to a party – Pleated skirt

As the season of parties and get-togethers are just around the corner, you must be spending some serious amount of time on creating your what to wear list.

While people with simple thoughts are on for etiquette holding attire and people with high standards for fashion are open to choose some dramatic silhouettes, the trendy girl is on the outlook to add a dose of trend and chic to her wardrobe and brought in metallic pleated skirts to the new fashion trend for the gloriously exotic look it delivers.

Not just cool the way it looks but the way one can pair it up with discrete top wear subject to the event to be stumble up on gives the real pleasure of wearing pleated skirts. From party to a movie preview to a boy friend’s birthday bash to a board meeting, pleated skirts are all you need to shine like a star in the sky.

How to wear them?



– Available in the popular metallic shades of gold, silver, green and grey, pleated skirts can be teamed up with pullovers for an offbeat look. Complete with a pair of sneakers for an edgy avatar.


Accompany your pleated skirt with a jacket or coat for a warm look in the cool winter. As the look combines both the worlds of comfort and style, you play safe in the fashion game.


– Pairing up pleated skirts with crop tops is a real fun as one can try out a wide range of crop tops while adding them to a unique partner ‘pleated skirt’.



– To give a rather androgynous look, denim shirts stands’ perfect. Washed shirts to prints emblazoned, denims are great to watch at any season for any reason.




– In addition to the above, styling pleated skirts is probably a sport for those who like to sport some bomber jackets in sequin and silk.


– To a short pleated skirt, adding tights serve the best possible cozy look. But make sure tights don’t outdo the skirt.


“I’m a monk myself, fashion is my religion”- Designer Madhu Verma.   Interview with Madhu Verma  

Interview with Madhu Verma, the man behind the brand ‘MONK’ 

A Hyderabad based young designer, Madhu Verma, beholds emotions’ and stores them with his forte of designing. He treats a human as a human, learns everyday and says it is learning that keeps him going successfully. His calculations about designing are rather different and take you to a new edge of fashion designing.


1. Tell us a little bit about yourself and your work 

Before am aware whether a thing called fashion designing do exist under the sky, I fell in love with clothes. My love for clothes started when I was a kid and it is the passion that always guided me to look for it. My life is bound to meet fashion designing and hence the designer in me transcended a stylist in me.

2. Who/what inspired you to come into this field?

I guess there is no particular thing that has its magic over me to become what am today but I could say television shows during 80s mark unique sense of fashion where artists were seen decking up in ensembles that had different cuts and silhouettes. Their dresses with huge puffs, jackets with high shoulders and collars impressed me well. Alongside, I’m more fascinated by Michael Jackson’s flashy attire.

 3. Who are your favourite designers and why?

Many influential labels including world’s prestigious label Christian Dior was seen changing with times but label by Carl Lagerfeld has remained a gem of the fashion industry as the designer is adapt at buoying his integral idea for fashion till date. His creativity and work abilities are admirable. His ideas still aid to forecast fashion trends. Alongside him, I also admire Alexander Mcqueen and John Galliano on the international graph and when it comes to India, Tarun Tahiliani and Gaurav Gupta are my favourite.

 4. What’s your favourite area of designing?

The label Monk is known for the aesthetic Indian attire whereas my strength lies in designing western clothes despite in India people’s love is entrenched in ethnic wear. I try to pull off the beauty underlies in the western wear and apply it to traditional wear. For me, silhouettes are way more important than embroideries, works or the bright color combinations.

5. How does the label monk has been started?

My creations are an ode to human emotions. Immensely fascinated by spiritual ideas and philosophy of India, I started depicting the same on my creations. I call myself as a monk and fashion is my religion. On the whole, the label got the name as a version of me. I tremendously influenced by the soul of India, culture, diversity and emotions and express them in the form of colors.

6. What advice will you give to young girls and boys who want to pursue their career in fashion designing?

Fashion designing is a glamorous and colorful world but not as easy as it seems. There are a lot of things to focus! A fashion designer has to cope with million things to spurn up the route for a particular design, there are strict deadlines to meet, in few cases he even needs to forget about his personal life and sometimes it feels like jaded but trust me it’s extremely interesting and fun to be in this fascinating world.

7. How would you define your personal style?

I’m a deep rooted Indian and my personal style signifies the Indian sensitivities. Although the silhouettes are crafted with the inspiration from western, the color palette and fabric of the ensembles always sticks to desi India.

8. Currently what are the collections you are working on?

Given Indian fabrics like chanderis the contemporary silhouette structure and Indian detailing, we came up with a breezy collection of dresses, skirts, maxis and long dresses for summer and showcased on the line ‘MADBOB’ which I and my friend Poppy started together. Right after, overcoats, long dresses, short dresses and trench coats were racked up in the color black for the Halloween season.

9. What are some lessons you learnt since you started out designing?

People think one can sail over fashion designing world with good amounts of creativity and designing skills but despite the term fashion designing merely signifies designing clothes, it takes a lot including managing skills, marketing skills, convincing skills and more to sustain as a successful fashion designer in this cut-throat competition field.

10. Where do you get the inspiration when you thought to come up with next collection?

Art is something that evokes the creative senses in me and brews new ideas for any collection I do. Listening to music, keenly observing paints and sculptures, and trying to figure out the integral idea of them lets me stumble up on the emotions behind them and somewhere some emotion I get connect to and  sometime from then my mind instinctively able to exude my version of creativity.

11. Would you like to contribute any style tip to our readers?

Everyone has their own style and it’s necessary to identify yours to make a difference in the world. Today people are running after fashion but style speaks more than fashion. Fashion changes with time but style is eternal and it is what sets you apart. So break away the monotony of sticking to one side of fashion and try experimenting a lot and a lot to discover your personal style.








Party staples you must have according to Alia Bhatt and her girl pals

Weren’t you the belle of the ball at the last night party? A friend of you caught that lime light that you wanted to be in? No worries! The cards won’t display the same fate in the coming parties…

Whether you are planning for a sun accosting day or a dazzling night party, to carry the fun and excitement all the way fashionable, there is a bucket list you should check on according to the Bollywood diva Alia Bhatt and her gal pals. Recently, Alia is off to Spain to celebrate her sister’s birthday and the epitome is no party is brighter without some stylish dress pieces and funky jewellery. Can’t wait to take a go for the list? Here you go!

Always remember to carry a fixed pack of distinct colored Sunglasses, Denim shorts, White shirts and some geometric printed colorful lingerie if the bash is taking place beach side or at sumptuous resorts as they are known to sprinkle a dab of instant party mood on you while heavily hinting that you are ready enough to tap the floor for the groovy tracks. Nonetheless, moisturized skin, the raging dewy make-up and energizing pink lips are no wonder finishes off the list beautifully.

LBDs and/or low back dresses (mostly black), sequin style or chain sling bags, nude pumps, black neck bands alongside even toned skin and red lip altogether makes your night party rocking and sizzling hot. Isn’t correct Alia?










Wear Luxury, With Ralph & Russo


It ain’t that easy to build a kingdom but your fantasy to look like a princess can be taken to granted if you can join the world’s renowned couture house ‘Ralph and Russo’ as the heavenly garments available at the store gives you the attire power to reign the fashion. Founded by Creative director Tamara Ralph and CEO Michael Russo in 2007, London, United Kingdom, the British label was the first fashion house ‘Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture’ selected to display the collection at Paris Haute Couture Week.


In the long flowing couture river, Ralph and Russo has always maintained a crystal clear presence as its divine couture comes with elements of class, elegance, grace and ethereal glow alongside the never boring heavenly embellishments infused on the smooth textures of the material. Neutral colors, flower petal textures, high thigh slits, lots of laces, intricate embroidery, eclectic finishing and what…

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