Thursday, 5 July 2018

#160 Fashion of pre-wedding pose

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Creative Pre-Wedding Pose Photos that Everyone Love to Try

Unique Pre-wedding Photography Ideas for your album to make Marriage memorable
Getting married is a very special and extraordinary event in life. You definitely want to preserve all the memories related to the ceremonies. Pre-wedding photography is very popular these days. It is really a fun-filled experience.

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Like the majority of the couples, you lacked the unique pre-wedding photography ideas. When you searched the internet, you completely overwhelmed with the vast array of couple photography ideas and became very confused.

Don’t only depend on your photographer, as an unexperienced photographer can’t give you that uniqueness which you want. This is the article which can solve your problem so easily. Pre-wedding photography doesn’t necessarily have to be all about romance. A bit of funkiness and craziness can be included as well to make it more attractive.
Have a look at some of the innovative shoots that you can try as well
Traffic in Love
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Although the whistle is blown, the traffic police is unable to control the love traffic between the couple. Try this pose to add more fun to your album.
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The picture clarifies that when you are in love, you both will take every step in life together, hand in hand.
Love in Taxi
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The vibrant yellow color gives this naughty picture so much charm. The picture is funky, no doubt, but there is a clear indication that the couple is so much in love.
Come, let us fly together
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Here the couple and two butterflies are complementing each other. The couple is flying to the endless love. It is one of the Funny Pre-Wedding Photography Ideas that can add some fun to your wedding album.
I want to reach the moon only with you
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Marriage is all about togetherness and the picture indicates it. You both will undertake life’s journey together, no matter even it is as far as the moon.
Romancing in the woods
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Romancing in the forest! The very idea takes you to the memories of Tarzan and his love story, right? This is a very funky shoot where the mushroom is conceived as the coffee table and the two stones as the chair.
I love you to the moon and back
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The picture clearly depicts that in order to prove your love for your partner, you can even climb high up the moon. The animation in the backdrop adds to the fun.

The tug of love
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Nothing can keep a couple separate when they are truly and madly in love with each other. Have a tug of war between the two in the photo shoot and see how your man finds an opportunity to get closer to you.
Will you be my partner for life?
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The pose itself depicts your love story- your man going down on his knees to propose you. This is a very simple shoot,but there is a hint of fun and memory attached to it. Don’t you think so?
24*7 Thinking of You
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Before the wedding, it is obvious that the couples will think of each other every time and everywhere. The shoot intelligently tells the story of the couple with this picture.
One can sacrifice for the sake of love
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When you love someone, you can give your life for him or her. The picture portrays exactly the same, but in a funny manner.
Love is all about balancing
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This is one of the current Pre-Wedding Photography Ideas that seems to be very popular among the couples. The picture shows how proper balancing makes life perfect.
Spending some quality time together
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The couple is spending quality time while enjoying a duck ride. This frame portrays rightly the beautiful moments you have spent together while dating.
Come, let us play snooker together
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If you and your better half loves playing snooker, this is a must have pre-wedding frame.
Ah! Don’t push in please
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The picture shows that the couple is in playful mood. They might not be kissing, holding or touching each other to show their affection and love. But they are deeply in love.
I feel the whole world when I am with you
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The shoot makes it very clear that when you both are in absolute awe and love, you become the world for each other.
Fly with the bird
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Want to disappear from this world with your man? Try this funny frame.
 Ready to go around the world with you
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Finally the time has come when you can explore the world together. The use of vintage props take the picture to another level.
The color of love and passion
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The using of vibrant yellow in background with one similar dress and one contrast dress make this simple photo an eye-shooting one. Try this simple but vibrant photo shoot.
Opposites attract
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This is the hilarious picture that portrays that opposites attract. Your pre-wedding photo album must have at least one of these types of photo to cherish your memory.
Love can enter through window
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Before marriage, the couple wants to meet each other and window is the best entrance. This picture is so dramatic and displays the situation aptly.
Selfie Time
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This funky pre- wedding photo depicts how the groom takes care of his bride’s crazy wishes of taking selfies. If you are selfie-maniac then you must try this frame.
The comfort factor in relationship
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If both of you love casual lifestyle, this frame is perfect for you. Using of casual dress and one red umbrella if perfect is absolutely perfect.
Those Happy Rides together
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A bicycle can be the most romantic ride in which the photographer gives a funny look here. You can even choose to employ a range of props to help play around with the moment.
 The falling in love pose
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This is a Bollywood inspired pose. It is no doubt a romantic pose. The combination of red and blue color is excellent.
Not So Easy to Get
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The outdoor photo shoot is much more fun for the couple. The pose is apt for the adventurous couple.
Push it Hard
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Adding more than a dash of character to your wonderful pre-wedding photography, try to add a ride of some sort.
Travelling the world around with you
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Travelling itself is very much adventurous and fun filled experience. If you both love travelling,you must try this frame.
Don’t Mess with Me
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It is really impossible to argue with your bride. It can be dangerous for you. So never ever mess with her. This hilarious picture just makes you laugh so hard.
Hurry! We are Getting Late
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This couple is in so much hurry to go for an evening ride. You can add this type of funky photo in your pre-wedding photo album. This picture reminds you your romantic rides.
Oh no! You are late!
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The boy uses the skate to reach to his girl in no time.  This frame is perfect for the late comer boyfriend.
Blow of love
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I can blow you with just a small push of the wind. So don’t mess with me! Try this frame to add more fun to your album.
I won’t let you go
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This is a trending pre-wedding photo shoot that depicts togetherness and attraction towards each other. This is yet another Bollywood inspired picture where the couple is found flying up in love.
From every direction I can only see you
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No matter in which direction I go, I can only see you my love. This is exactly what the picture depicts.

Wednesday, 4 July 2018

#160 Fashion of this Rainy season

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Rain on your Wedding Day is Lucky

Only you can let incessant rain ruin your big day!!
This is an accidental article that has to be posted. Who doesn’t love rain?! Yes! You’re a pluviophile , but if it rains on your big day you hate it entirely. You get pissed off and make others the same way.
If it rains on your wedding, you’re really lucky. It signifies that Mother Nature showers her blessing. It appears like it will be the last tears that you drop. Raining is a good phenomenon.
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But those of us who are married know that one is a bunk. The fact of the matter is that you can do as much as possible weddings planning, but when it drizzles, you must spontaneously have a plan B. Yes, we understand it is a herculean task. Don’t worry its not your fault if it rains on your big day.
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We strongly believe that brides and grooms attitude determine the mood of the wedding on the rainy day.Despite of many adversities, the key to fun is in your hands.

Srividhya and Raghuram’s wedding was a great example of how patient the couple’s should be. If the couple’s wear a smile on their face on stage, it simultaneously reflects on every single person gathered over there. “I grumbled and groaned when Mr. Ramanan (popularly known as the rain man) predicted that rainfall is expected in the next few days. But to our surprise, it not only rained bit we had a storm (mini-storm). Trust me the winds devastated all the plans. Plan A was the beach and plan B was the lawn. No other go I have to implement my Plan C (inside entirely) it went soo good.” Says the Bride-Srividhya.
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We always tell brides that when you choose a venue and want to have elements of your wedding outside make sure you see and love your backup space just in case .If you’re planning on taking pics outside, we would figure out where to take pics if it rains. We might also inquire with the venue to make sure if there is enough space for us to do normal portraits indoors.

If you’re a brave bride and are willing to venture out, bustle your dress or grab a bridesmaid or wedding attendant to help you venture out in the light rain with your husband to be. One advantage of rain is that lighting can be very pretty for photos.
Be prepared though, have a few umbrellas as backup. Stop worrying, don’t freak out on seeing drops of water falling from the sky. You are not magicians, having a wand to do all magical stuffs within minutes. Just relax and make slight changes in your D-day plan.
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Have some shoes you don’t mind getting wet, rubber rain boots can be very cool looking. Keep in mind that you may want to touchup after being outside in a rain, so leave yourself a time. If your hair frizzes easily, you may want to consider switching your long looks for a beautiful no touchup (naturalistic) look.
The New Raincoat Trend Transparent Raincoat Designs 2018 & 2019 Spring Lookbook
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oo often our days are totally ruined by a quick check of the weather app that reveals a rain forecast. Aside from the fact that we are then forced to re-think our shoe choice, and spend the rest of the day dodging umbrellas, it also means deferring to a coat to avoid getting soaked. And now that carefully put-together outfit will be hidden under whatever you're about to toss over it. But thankfully the fall 2017 runways came up with a simple solution. The new PVC, translucent, transparent, see-through, whatever-you-want-to-call-them raincoats eliminate the covering up your outfit. In a cool way, they even kind of frame it. Imagine being able to see an entire printed set beneath a clear rain coat. You + 1, Rainy Day - 0. While our favorite version of the transparent rain coat comes with an added bonus of colored piping, there's also plenty of other options to suit your needs. Who said rainy days have to get you down?

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Thursday, 28 June 2018

#159 Fashion of Stars Kids

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The Bachachan Family

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Tuesday, 5 June 2018

#158 Fashion of Luxury belongs to India

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Indians have been warming up to global luxury brands for some time now. But, the trend over recent years has been so obviously on the upswing that you cannot ignore the growth of this segment any more, asserts Abhay Gupta.
 The mere mention of the word 'luxury' throws up instant images of grandeur, high fashion, designer clothing, fashion shows, Bollywood, glossy magazines, Page 3, and a high dose of sensual-visual appeal. It is another fact that luxury is much more than just fashion.Luxury is a lifestyle, and fashion is just a minuscule part of it. Businesswise-the most visible or voluminous part of the overall luxury trade, fashion has also been quite an employment generator. In the last few years, the luxury segment in India has been growing at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of about 25 per cent. As per a report by the Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), the market is expected to hit $18.6 billion by the end of 2016 from the current $14.7 billion.
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The Indian luxury landscape is currently experiencing strong evolutionary undercurrents that are redefining the consumer profile and how luxury players operate in this domain. Besides fashion, service areas such as fine dining, electronics, luxury travel, luxury personal care and jewellery have been seeing increasing revenues, and are expected to grow by 30-35 per cent over the next three years. Spending on luxury cars continue to rise growing at 18-20 per cent during the same period. As the purchasing power of women keeps rising in India, the luxury beauty products market too has been witnessing a fast paced growth. Additionally, luxury is no longer the privilege of the few who were born into wealth. There is now a larger consumer base, which has the money to splurge but want a real value proposition at the same time. No longer is luxury fashion out of reach-a true democratisation of luxury and fashion has taken place.
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 The Indian roots of luxury

But how has luxury fashion built up over the years to its current pace? When did the lines between Indian fashion and international fashion start blurring? How is the 'Make in India' movement going to impact the luxury fashion scenario? When will India produce a truly international luxury fashion brand?

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In the post-Independence era, the single most contributing factor to the development of the luxury market has been fashion and the influence of the film industry on fashion. Bollywood has been an early adopter of fashion and a trendsetter, where costume designers like Bhanu Athaiya started experimenting with film fashion in the 1960s. 

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The brain drain of the 1970s and 1980s and the NRIs' trips back home brought in glimpses of fashion and luxury from developed countries to a still 'Third World' labelled India. Few of the rich who frequented overseas, and were perhaps also educated abroad, enjoyed the westernised concept of luxury. Cousins, for instance, would be requested to bring back a pair of Levi's jeans during their trips abroad. 

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By early 1980s, the first generation of Indian fashion designers started to emerge, which included names like Satya Paul. However, it was Rohit Khosla (1958-1994), who became a pioneer in the fashion industry when he founded Ensemble in 1987 with Tarun Tahiliani, Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla and others. 
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Ritu Kumar, the doyenne of Indian fashion puts this in context, "Luxury has been an inherent part of Indian culture; whether it is jewellery or clothes or even lehengas, we have been exposed to high value pieces from a very early age. We have a 2000-year-old culture of gifting silver and precious fabrics; we understand luxury.
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" Other names that impacted the luxury-fashion scenario gradually included Sandeep Khosla-Abu Jani, Sumeet Verma, Rohit Bal, Tarun Tahiliani, Manav Gangawani; modern and younger names like Rajesh Pratap Singh, Manish Arora, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, and Manish Malhotra became the new global faces of Indian luxury.

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 The entry of big brands

The Indian design fraternity became the symbol of luxury in the late 1990s and early 2000s when international luxury labels started to show their presence via multi-brand stores selling stocks from the previous season. Among the initial international fashion brands who set foot into India, names like Lacoste, Benetton, Wrangler, Levi's, Reebok, Adidas, Louis Phillippe, Arrow, Tommy Hilfiger, etc are the most prominent. A multitude of Indian brands cropped up too and spread deep into the country very quickly. 
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By the late-1990s to early 2000s, international brands had begun to be prominently visible in urban wardrobes, though high duty structure and overall costs of imports made it extremely difficult to transform this into a regular business. 

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However, retailers like Sehgal Brothers (The Blues - New Delhi), Benzer (Mumbai), Ffolio (Bangalore), etc were quietly teaching Indian men to dress in Italian fashion by importing previous season stocks. The need to look 'different' from other men in similar circles was driving a small yet wealthy lot of customers to experiment with names like Ferre, Versace, Canali, Hugo Boss, Trussardi, Princepe, Valentino, etc.

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In 2005, the country's first full franchise agreements were signed for Versace Collection and Corneliani. Others followed soon when in 2008 India's first luxury mall Emporio opened doors to names like LVMH, Christian Doir, Fendi, Canali, Hugo Boss, Ferragamo, Armani, etc. Bangalore and Mumbai soon joined in with UB City and Palladium respectively. 

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The luxury fashion scene clearly began to explode. The world was reeling under an economic crisis and luxury brands were once again approaching Indian shores. The difference now was the new set of target audience-the new maharaja, the industrial wealthy, the film star, the scion of booming business, and the nouveau riche entrepreneur. Luxury brands responded and fuelled further growth, desire, and craving for latent dreams. They democratised by introducing entry level brands, and premium brands scaled up to meet this new customer.
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The Indianisation of luxury

Despite challenges, difficulties, cultural restrictions and social norms, brands are now adapting and creating special products and unique experiences specially suited for the Indian customer. Adaptation to Indian taste trends and likes has become a norm. Hermes creates sarees, Canali offers bandhgalas, McDonald introduces McAloo Tikki burgers-all are attempts to remain in India for a long time to come. 
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India-born designers like Prabul Gurang, on the other hand, have started to enter the fashion and luxury space from international ramps rather the other way round. Fresher names like a Shivan & Narresh, Nappa Dori, Rahul Mishra and more recently Suket Dhir are making India proud. The initiation towards a truly global luxury brand from India has started. This set of designers has their vision clear-road map drawn and battle gear ready. 

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With the 'Make in India' initiative, the government has also extended its support. The time is not far off when India produces its first prominent global luxury fashion brand. 

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Almost all products made by Indian designers and artisans are virtually creating waves in international markets as exports of art metalware, woodware, hand-printed textiles and scarves, embroidered and crocheted goods have reported significant sales. Shawls, artware, zari goods and imitation jewellery too have found new markets. While woodware has registered an increase of 5.88 per cent over the previous year in exports, printed textiles registered 9.91 per cent, and embroidered crocheted goods 8.30 per cent growth. 

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"There is a tremendous market for us and we are moving ahead to capture new areas. We are on our way to surpass all previous records during the current fiscal through handicrafts exports," handicrafts development commissioner Dr K Gopal told a newspaper. 

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While on the one hand, brands like Fabindia, Good Earth and Forest Essentials are attracting a new kind of luxury consumer, on the other, bridge-to-luxury brands like

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Gap, Zara and H&M are creating new records of the 'look good-feel good' phenomena engulfing the young Indian.Further, India is all set to become a manufacturing hub for global luxury brands in the next 4-5 years, according to a FICCI-Yes Bank report on luxury brands.

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According to the report, the manufacturing business of luxury items in India could grow up to $500 million as global brands like Louis Vuitton and Frette are already looking at India as a manufacturing base, while others are sourcing their requirements from India. Moreover, the cost advantages, particularly in labour-intensive sectors like leather and accessories will influence the manufacture of foreign brands in the country. 

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Luxury on the home front

It is interesting to note that for years, Bangalore has been the luxury fashion manufacturing backyard. While it may not be an active hub for Indian fashion, it is interestingly a pivotal nerve centre for fashion labels of the world. For uber-luxury brands like Ralph Lauren, Burberry, Roberto Cavalli, Georgio Armani and Hugo Boss, Bangalore is haute. The city is home to some fine garment export houses that are busy churning out ready-to-wear ensembles for these big fat fashion brands. 

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Hence, we could easily say that Indians have warmed up to global luxury brands for some time now. The trend over the recent years is so obvious that you cannot ignore the growth of this segment any more. While Hermes, Louis Vuitton and Gucci are the top three brands in India in the luxury segment, there is a growing appetite for newer luxury brands as well. 

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Brands such as Fendi, Burberry, Bottega Veneta, Paul Smith, Jimmy Choo and Roberto Cavalli make the lifestyle statement of the upper middle-class and those in the top echelons. And this clear shift in consumerism has been possible as young Indians are now embracing global luxury brands. While women mainly look for bags, shades, clothes, shoes, wrist watches and lingerie, men are mostly shopping for brands like Tag Heuer, David Jones, Versace, Armani, Boss Orange, Fred Perry, Ralph Lauren and more. Then, there are unisex luxury items such as cars and electronics, which are equally favoured by men and women. In most cases, both men and women show equal interest in luxury brands.

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Walking on Jimmy Choos and Cavallis is the 'New India' that is showing all signs of turning the market in favour of global brands. Although India's share of the global luxury market is a paltry 1-2 per cent, luxury retail brands-both national and international-are in a hurry to set up shops in the country. And the main reason that industry experts attribute to this positive growth is the fact that Indians are more 'brand aware' now, owing to their foreign jaunts. Well-travelled consumers and a stable economy, coupled with a young population with growing disposable incomes, spell 'good news' for luxury brands across the world.

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Eventually, luxury is a long-term business and India is a long-term market. Indians are realising their own potential and creating their own unique identity and demand. Indian heritage is being rediscovered by the new youth and is being restored to its past glory. 

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Luxury is here to stay and re-live its glory again-glory that existed in Indian heritage is being fuelled by a dynamic India, thriving, pulsating, breathtaking-as luxury entwines its way back into an incredible India. 
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The cycle is back to India where it all started for many luxury brands almost 100-150 years back. From Maharaja to masses, luxury is all things truly Indian.


 
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