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Celebrating 20 years of Lakmé Fashion Week (LFW), its Winter/Festive 2019 edition in Mumbai from August 21 to 25 was a visual extravaganza of fabrics, colours, weaves and detailing. Designers and brands unveiled ensembles crafted with innovative fabric treatment, organic colours and prints inspired by unconventional topics. Meher Castelino reports. SAAKSHA AND KINNI: The Saaksha and Kinni inspiration once again was a mélange of great prints,...


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The focus in research and development (R&D) is now more and more set on new sustainable products...
Posted by
Fanny Vermandel | Jun 24,2016
Is your business ready for Textiles 4.0? Before you can say, 'Yes', 'No', 'May be' or 'I don't...
Posted by
Aseem Prakash | Apr 25,2016
Effective quality management starts with a quality policy. Effectiveness is the extent to which...
Posted by
Pradip Mehta | Jan 23,2016
Luxury is a lifestyle, and fashion is just a minuscule part of it. Businesswise-the most visible or ...
Posted by
Abhay Gupta | Dec 23,2016
Imagine a cricketer, once an exciting player but now aged 45, having put on oodles of weight, too...
Posted by
Rahul Mehta | Sep 11,2015
A few years later, the same process is now taking place in textile printing, and this has never...
Posted by
Gabi Seligsohn | Feb 04,2016
It was in 1987 that Asif Merchant got into the business of wholesaling of footwear. He bought from...
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Asif Merchant | Sep 02,2015
It was not very long ago that people who shopped online in India were considered 'ahead of time'....
Posted by
Arun Sirdeshmukh | Jan 21,2016
Indians are too enamoured of Hollywood. We can’t help it. We have been conditioned this way. The...
Posted by
Anurag Batra | Sep 02,2015
Why do I ask if India can afford to miss the bus again? Because whether we like it or not, whether...
Posted by
Rahul Mehta | Aug 12,2017