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The Editor is the soul of 'The Fashion Bug' (TFB), the person who handles everything related to research and writing. "If it's in the news, it's on TFB," says the woman you'd mostly find at two places, a cafe or a fashion store!
Chanderi is a region situated strategically between the culturally rich regions of Bundelkhand and Malwa. Hence, the production, design, and weaving of Chanderi sarees is a perfect amalgamation of the artistic heritage of these two regions. Its design is given a touch of royalty by infusing it with weft motifs. ven though the two words, Chanderi and silk always seem...
Office is one place where everyone needs to maintain their dignity according to the work that they do. Also being well-dressed tends to make a person look smart and confident thereby enabling the person to earn the respect of his co-workers and colleagues. India, by virtue of its rich traditional heritage in arts and craft, is a country which is...
With a legacy spanning hundreds of years, Murshidabad is as steeped in history as it is in the weaving of handloom silk. It is the hub of the silk weaving industry of Eastern India. At least one Murshidabad silk saree is sure to occupy pride of place in a Bengali cupboard. This silk which comes from silk cocoons found...
Fashion is a matter of choice and the younger generation Indians are finally waking up to this idea. While they find comfort and convenience in western wear, they prefer wearing Indian ethnic wear for important family functions and special occasions.  It is, thus, a common thing to find a few designer ethnic ensembles in their cupboards. Today, Indian ethnic designer...
silk sarees
India has a rich variety of silk worms which can be used to derive silk of many varied types and textures. One such worm residing in Assam and feeding off castor plants gives rise to threads which can be woven into white coloured Eri silk. Since the process of extraction of silk threads from this particular silk worm does...
Rohit Bal is counted among India’s leading designers and has won several accolades for his matchless work. His stores span countrywide including the locations of Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Chennai. His outfits define elegance, excellence and a unique element of royalty. If you’re a woman who enjoys having remarkable pieces in her wardrobe then the following five of them...
“Benaras is older than history, older than tradition, older than even legend and looks twice as old as all of them put together.” –Mark Twain Varanasi is a city in which culture, religion and fashion have evolved over centuries. It is a city where religion is fashion and fashion is religion. Earlier known as Benaras, the city is now known...
Today’s woman is a Superwoman in every sense. She is managing her kitchen, her family and her work equally well. She’s a master at everything, she can take your organization to the next level alongwith acing that fancy dress competition for the little kiddo at school. In this fast-paced life, the wardrobe should not take a backseat. Your attire...
“Vermilion” which is famously known as Sindoor in the Indian subcontinent is the most integral part of the weddings in our country. For those who are unaware of its significance, it is not merely a red colored powder, but has a deep meaning associated to it. The concept of Sindoor dates 5000 years back from now which is evident from...
The Paithan town in Maharashtra produces a unique variety of handwoven sarees. It is embroidered with Zari in golden thread with its borders having oblique square designs and Pallov (Pallu) having unique patterns such as peacock patterns. Regarded as one of the richest silk sarees in India, it attracts the heart of every Indian woman. More than 2000 years ago,...