Move over linen pants and make way for lighter and modern version of traditional gararas as a casual wear.
In olden times too, garara was used as a daily wear costume by women, but later it went out of fashion and occasionally people were seen flaunting embellished gararas at weddings or festivals.
Though the heavier version can still be kept for special occasions, the lighter ones designed by Ambreen Khan can be added to your dailywear wardrobe.
This summer bring a healthy change in your children's wardrobe. Instead of giving them synthetic clothes, choose garments made with organic fabrics.
A couple of brands and designers have started a separate organic line, so you will have enough to choose from.
The latest one is Grön Stockholm, an organic and fashionable kidswear brand, which has come out with spring summer collection.
Apparel brands and designers have launched lines in bright and bold colours for this season, but international fashion brand United Colours of Benetton is promoting black and white clothes this summer.
The brand has launched its latest summer-spring collection, comprising hot pants, cotton jackets, short dresses, mini shorts and crochet t-shirts in black and white.
Another highlight of the collection is some vibrant 3-D effects done on a few evening dresses for women.
Men now have a one-stop shop on the latest fashion trends, leisure, technology, gadgets and automobiles through a fashion e-magazine launched by a leading luxury menswear brand.
Not only one can read about the latest trends for men, but customers can also order products online through the new initiative by Louis Philippe.
Its online magazine is called The Label, which has been created with an objective to educate consumers with the latest trends through the digital platform.
Rajasthan Fashion Week (RFW) is back with its second edition, starting May 9 in Jaipur. Over 26 designers, including Ritu Kumar, Neeta Lulla and Lina Tipnis, will showcase their ready to wear ethnic and western wear at the event.
The four-day event will begin with a grand opening show followed by a welcome party.
Shalika Sharma, director and CEO of RFW, said: "The second edition shall witness a different scale of creative canvas and a new dimension to the business and establishing RFW as a distinctive brand to reckon with."