April 13, 2021


A New Watch Brand Tells a Story

Furlan Marri is a new watch brand whose marketing tagline is “Highly Attractive Wristwatches.” The founders say there is a world of Swiss horological history in those three words, and yet their prices top out at $500.

“The main idea of the brand is to tell stories,” said Andrea Furlan, the brand’s designer and co-founder, based in Geneva. “The first story of our brand is a mechanical quartz story.”

Rather than using a mechanical movement, which Mr. Furlan and his business partner, the artist and watch collector Hamad Al Marri, had intended to do, they have chosen a hybrid meca-quartz

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Ananya Panday scorches the ramp as Lakme Fashion Week 2021 showstopper, Hina Khan and Dia Mirza walk the ramp too. Watch

Lakme Fashion Show 2021 witnessed its grand finale on Sunday. The event was a star-studded affair with many known faces in attendance. The one who charmed the audience was the show stopper Ananya Panday, who walked for designer Ruchika Sachdeva. The actor looked gorgeous in a boho-chic avatar, and said in a video that while she was “super nervous,” she didn’t want to leave the ramp because she was having so much fun. Ananya’s mother Bhavana Pandey also attended the event with sister Deanne Pandey and her daughter Alanna Pandey.

Not just Ananya, the last day of LFW 2021 saw

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The Best Fashion Documentaries to Watch and Stream Online

A roundup of fashionable films to add to your watch list.

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Any fashion lover knows that there are many players that help make the fashion world go around, and binge watching documentaries is a quick and easy way to study up on fashion history. Plus, it’s entertaining!

For the better half of the last 25 years, fashion has made its way off the

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3 designers to watch at Seoul Fashion Week

As one fashion week closes, another opens: enter Seoul. Having been called off last February amid the coronavirus outbreak, this season, the South-Korean capital’s event returns for AW21 in a digital-only format. 

In recent years, Seoul has cemented itself as a serious player in the global fashion scene. Brands like Wooyoungmi, Blindness, PushBUTTON, Ader Error, and Münn have established showrooms in the west and a presence in high-end stores across the world. That being said, many Korean brands, including the aforementioned, have decided not to show on-schedule this season. It’s symptomatic of a Paris-centric fashion

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18 best watch brands to shop in 2021

Wrist-envy is real. And whether you like a minimalist leather strap or a metal bracelet adorned with sparkling stones, a watch is the best way to level-up any outfit. So, to that end, we’ve rounded up the best watch brands to know in 2021.

While watches can be a more expensive way to accessorise, the offerings are more inclusive than ever with hundreds of options starting from around £20. Of course, the higher up the designer scale you go with cult-classics such as Rolex, you can be working your way into the thousands, but expensive watches hold their value relatively

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Watch Lindsey Vonn Ski Through Thom Browne’s Fall 2021 Collection In a Paris Fashion Week Film


These Fashion Month Trends Are The Perfect Mix Of Comfort & High Fashion

Though almost nothing about Fashion Month looks like it did pre-COVID, one thing has remained constant about the biannual event: the arrival of new fashion trends. There are almost no in-person shows, and many presentations were taped long before official calendars commenced, and yet, just as they did a year ago — before the pandemic firmly took hold — this season’s collections were full of pieces for us to covet and copy come fall ‘21. According to some designers, autumn’s fashion landscape will remain steadfast in

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Paris Fashion Week: How to watch the virtual shows

Written by Fiona Sinclair Scott, CNN

While the novel coronavirus was the talk of the town in Paris during the womenswear shows this time last year, nobody could have predicted that it would continue to define fashion’s seasonal calendar twelve months later.

But Paris Fashion Week’s eight day schedule, which opened on Monday, consists of mostly digital videos and livestreams in lieu of people-packed runway shows. It is the new normal for a world that has been turned on its head.

From manufacturing supply chains to sales, all aspects of the fashion industry’s modus operandi has been challenged due to

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