International singer Britney Spears, who was reportedly criticised for her dressing sense by "The X Factor" co-judge Simon Cowell, should wear clothes that accentuate her curves, suggests Indian celebrity designer Rocky S.
Spears, 30, is said to have mellowed her wardrobe for the show.
Rocky S, who has dressed celebrities like Katrina Kaif, Bipasha Basu, Priyanka Chopra and more recently even Beyonce Knowles, says Spears should take advantage of her "amazing personality" and "strong attitude" to carry off "different kinds of outfits".
It was a dream come true for 20-year-old Sheryl Kumar, who was crowned Miss India Fiji 2012 at a glittering ceremony in Suva.
An emotional Sheryl, who pipped nine other contestants to win the title, said she never expected to be on stage and win a national pageant.
"My mind straightaway went to those days that weren't my best. Every girl has her down days and I am no different. Then, I didn't think I would make it through life, let alone take part and win the Miss India Pageant," Sheryl was quoted as saying by Fiji Times.
From Karma, Libas, Fahad Hussayn to Rizwan Beyg, the Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC) is bringing some of their most renowned designers' labels to India through PFDC - The Boulevard, a design store that is set to open here Sep 20.
As many as 18 Pakistani designers are coming to India at PFDC - The Boulevard with the help of Sehyr Saigol, chairperson of PFDC and Mini Bindra, the brain behind bringing the PFDC body to India, said a statement.
She is known as textile revivalist and now Anuradha Ramam ventures into silver jewellery designing and says her first ever collection is inspired by ruined monuments of Gujarat and West Bengal.
"My debut collection is inspired from my travels to lot of ruins and old abandoned havelis, villas and monuments of Jaipur (Rajasthan), Gujarat and West Bengal. I have used old silver to capture the essence of bygone era. By putting a lot of pieces together, I have created one individual piece," Ramam told IANS.
Post motherhood model Alesia Raut, who featured in music videos "Meri beri ke ber" and "Ek aankh maro", puts on her dancing shoes once again for an item number in "Karu Toh Kya Kaaru" and says it will be the next big thing in Bollywood.
"I have a very delicate image and very soft look, so looking sexy and aggressive has been a challenging task for me. I have tried my best to fit into the character. I am sure lines from the song, 'Tu kar bhala toh ho bhala...saala karke bhi tujhe kya mila' is going to be the next big thing in the music industry," Alecia told IANS.