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  • Wearable winter couture

    Once through the collection, they are most likely to find faux furs and foreign shawls — clothes that would seem only repetitive today and prove no valid point, much less make any worthy statements.
  • Club Taaga promotes sustainable celebrations

    And that is perhaps the gist of the story behind ‘Club TAAGA BBQ Night,’ an event organised by Club TAAGA, on 8 December, welcoming winter in Bangladesh with an eventful celebration that highlighted both fashion and an imperative social cause — Saying No to Plastic.
  • Beautiful in Muslin

    Muslin cotton may have been the grand attire of the British Royals and the Mughals, but it has always been our regional pride. While we may not have been able to keep up with our heritage and legacy over the years, but a few local designers wish to disagree to that statement.
  • Lo and Behold the Bangladeshi bride

    She turns around to see her majestic bridal outfit lying on the floor, waiting to drape her. Her smile returns almost immediately. This beautiful red sharara, that both of them picked together, symbolises all the love and affection that they feel for each other. The beauty of the wedding attire reassures her that life, after all, will be appealing.
  • Tales of tradition

    The classic Bengali belle looks incomplete without the sari and the quintessential ‘khopa.’ Delving into traditions, one will find that perhaps no other hairstyle pairs as well with the sari as the centre-parting and chignon, with a single flower, preferably a rose, neatly tucked into the latter.