Draped in the ethereal elegance of a white sari and crocheted lace blouse, Bidya Sinha Saha Mim stole our hearts in her recent photoshoot. The lens of the talented photographer and architect Fouzia Jahan — also the owner of her photography venture, Bowner Dighi — focused on capturing Mim's mesmerising looks.
From garish, white makeup to a matte face that involves a lot of powders, to a more even, airbrushed look of recent times, a Bengali bride has looked different every few years. As more and more women now favour the authentic over mindless glam, the no-makeup look has seen a soar in popularity.
For every bride, the dress is not just fabric and lace; it is a manifestation of dreams spun over a lifetime. The anticipation of that first glimpse in the mirror – adorned in a wedding dress that reflects her soul – is a moment etched in the heart. Celebrity weddings are a constant source of inspiration, showcasing extravagant ceremonies and elegant fashion choices. So, brides-to-be, take note!
When Azmeri Haque Badhan wears an attire, it is sure to become a style statement. This time, her breath-taking ensemble featured a chic blouse piece, meticulously crafted by an avant-garde brand, DustCoat: The Blouse.
Ladies, gather around because it is time to paint the town pink! If you are looking for a night out that is as fabulous as you are, Dhaka has so much to offer. Whether you are celebrating a special occasion or just craving some quality girl-time, the city has got your back. Here's your guide to an unforgettable girls' night out in Dhaka, the city that never fails to amaze!
Key to protecting the eyes from the harsh sun, a good pair of sunglasses also effortlessly helps elevate one’s fashion game. As the classic oval-shaped sunnies from the ‘90s come back in style, one cannot help but gush over the timeless charm of some of these retro and contemporary designs.
Sustainable fashion is the efforts within the fashion industry to reduce its environmental impacts, protect workers producing garments, and uphold animal welfare. Slow fashion, by definition, is a different approach, in which designers, buyers, retailers, and consumers are more aware of the impacts of products on workers, communities, and ecosystems.
Shabab Din Shareq, known by many as the brain behind Gentleman's Wardrobe, embarked on a journey that seamlessly merged his love for clothing, advertising, and e-commerce, ultimately making way for a brand that stands as a testament to timeless elegance and affordability.
On 23 October the fashion capital of the world, Paris, was left in awe as it was treated to an immersive journey showcasing Bangladeshi craftsmanship at its finest. The orchestrator of this brilliant spectacle was none other than Sami Alam. In his two-part show, “Made in Bangladesh”, he highlighted Bangladesh’s rich heritage and blended it with French fashion.