Sarees You Must Have In The Ethnic Section of Your Wardrobe


With festivals forming such an important part of every Indian’s life, we can’t help ourselves from coming back to this topic every now and then. Especially when we know that in some part of the world you are preparing yourself for the upcoming celebrations of one of the biggest festivals of India – Durga Puja. Some of us call it Navratra, some call it Kullu Dussehra, some call it Bommai Golu, and some even call it Bommala koluvu. No matter what we name the festival, the truth is that each one of us is equally excited about it. However, with festivals also comes the dire necessity to look total ethnic and gorgeous. And, there is nothing that can make u look more stunning and beautiful than the Indian National Dress itself – The Saree.

So, we bring to you a list of top 5 types of sarees that you must include in our wardrobe if you haven’t already.

Taant Sarees

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Weaved mostly in West Bengal and Bangladesh, the Taant sarees are soft and comfortable even for the hottest days. These sarees are found in huge varieties; you can find them in bright colors as well as lighter shades and with heavy embroideries to simple thread works. Taant sarees are extremely comfy yet very sophisticated for wearing at festivals, work, or even generally during daytime and thus, is our top choice.

Dhakai Sarees

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Originating from and named after Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, the Dhakai sarees come with intricate thread embroideries and buti works. The uniqueness of the sarees is visible in their unconventional blend of simplicity and grandeur. The Dhakai sarees are usually found in cotton or a material called Jamdani. A red and white Dhakai is an ideal saree for any of the Indian festivals.

Banarasi Sarees

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While the Banarasi silk sarees are closely associated with the Bengali brides since time immemorial, these are equally suitable for wearing in festivals. The newlyweds are often found having a strong inclination towards this particular variety of Indian ethnic wear. As such, few other varieties of sarees can hardly replace the dignified appeal of a red embroidered Banarasi saree that remains an all-time favorite of Indian women.

Designer Sarees

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Whatever the festival or occasion is, looking trendy is important and the designer sarees can serve your purpose perfectly well. You can consider buying the designer sarees online and you will certainly be able to lay your hands upon a wide variety of sarees that strike the right blend of traditional appeal and modern designs.

Paithani Sarees

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The combination of the lustrous silk, embroideries in zari and golden thread and peacock designs in the pallu of the sarees makes the Paithani sarees ideal for festivals. Originating in Maharashtra, India, these sarees are also reflective of the Buddhist culture. They have a typical grandeur about them, making them must-have festival sarees in the personal wardrobe of every woman.

Look Gorgeous in only $20.00


Who doesn’t want to look stunning all day everyday? Especially with the upcoming festive and marriage season, the pressure of shopping for picture-perfect clothes and looking like a show-stopper is stressing all of us. Moreover, looking back at our budget is what’s giving us sleepless nights. But like we say always… NO MORE!

Team Sareez brings to you a selection of beautiful casual and party sarees in variety of materials just under the $20 mark.

Below you see only a handful of them but don’t forget to visit the website to take a look at the complete collection.

Brink Pink Faux Georgette Printed Casual and Party Saree

Brink Pink Faux Georgette Printed Casual and Party Saree

Persian Blue and Off-white Faux Georgette Printed Party Saree

Persian Blue and Off-white Faux Georgette Printed Party Saree

Hot Pink Chiffon Printed Casual and Party Saree

Hot Pink Chiffon Printed Casual and Party Saree

Off-white and Deep Lime Green Cotton Printed Casual and Party Saree

Off-white and Deep Lime Green Cotton Printed Casual and Party Saree

Jonquil Yellow Cotton Printed Casual and Party Saree

Jonquil Yellow Cotton Printed Casual and Party Saree

Love Sarees but Dread Draping A Saree? Let Us Help!


Our saree draping style mostly is influenced by the state or region we belong to. You must have noticed this during weddings. Women at a Gujarati wedding look totally different than at a Bengali wedding. This holds true even if two women have to wear the same saree.

There are endless ways of wearing a saree. However, before we proceed, let us also remind you about the two essential pieces of clothing which completes your ethnic ensemble. They are:

  • A petticoat, which is a long skirt like garment, tied around the waist with a drawstring. It is necessarily of the same color as the saree and is hidden as the saree is draped over it in a way that no part of it is visible. Exception: If you are wearing a net saree or any saree which is made of a transparent material, you may choose to wear a contrasting petticoat.
  • A proper fitting saree blouse of a color matching the saree, ending below the bust. It can be long or short sleeved or even sleeveless.

The conventional way of wearing a saree:

  1. Initially you have to tuck the sari around your body starting from the navel you go left, adjusting the saree according to your height, you finish when you have made one full circle.
  2. Next to measure the length of the pallu, you have to hold the top edge of the saree and wrap it around your hips and bring it to the shoulder, and let it hang up to the back of your knee.
  3. Then take the portion left around your waist and start-making 7-10 neat pleats from left and tuck it down onto the waist petticoat.
  4. Similarly now take the pallu and wrap it once again on your shoulder making neat pleats there as well. Pin it up properly on the left shoulder so that it stays in its place.

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The look of the Indian Woman is complete when bindi and proper jewelry is added to this saree.

Various ways of draping a saree:

The draping styles of a saree vary according to the different regions of India. It is estimated that there are nearly 80 different styles of draping a saree. Some of the most popular ones are:

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Gujarati Style Saree Draping: This style is predominantly found in Northern India, like Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, and is called the ‘seedha pallu’, as the saree and its pleats open to the right unlike the usual way. The pallu here comes from the back over the right shoulder and then it is stretched across the chest and the left end of the pallu is folded in the petticoat at the back.

Maharashtrian Style Saree Draping: This is an 8 meters long saree unlike the normal 5.5 meters, where a portion of a saree goes between the legs and is put in the back of the waist, and the other portion becomes the pallu over the bosom. This allows movement more freely as it acts as a divided saree.

Tamilian Style Saree Draping: This saree is also similarly long like Maharashtrian style of 8 meters, which is draped around the waist with the pleats inclined towards the left side. The portion left is taken over the shoulder, is once again wrapped around the waist and inserted on the left side.

Bengali Style Saree Draping: The Bengali saree is worn without pleats, as it is draped around the waist, brought back to the right side and the pallu is thrown over the left shoulder with a bunch of keys attached to its end. This pallu is then passed under the right arm and thrown over the left shoulder again. Basically, it can be said only two big pleats comprises this style. To get the apt Bengali look you can wear ballooned or puffy sleeve blouses.

Dravidian Style Saree Draping: This is nothing but pleated rosette, at the waist, which is worn by women of Tamil Nadu.

Nivi Style Saree Draping: This style of Andhra Pradesh is held in place by the folds into the petticoat, leaving the pallu hanging over the shoulder. If wearing ‘Kaccha Nivi,’ you have to pass the pleats between your legs and tuck it into the back of your waist.

Coorgi Style Saree Draping: Here you have to tie the pleats into the backside and a small portion of the pallu is placed above the shoulder.

Gond Style Saree Draping: This is just the opposite way of draping the saree where the first part is wrapped over the shoulder and then the rest is set to cover up the body.

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Happy Onam!


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Team Sareez is happy to announce that it’s raining ‘discounts’ on our website again. On this upcoming pious occasion of the Onam Festival, we are happy to bring you additional opportunities to shop while you save.

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Top 7 Fashionable Movies of All Times


There’s no denying the fact that most of what we wear and how we look are inspired from our film industry. And by film industry we mean both Hollywood and Bollywood. From Andrea’s (Anne Hathaway) Bottle Green trench coat in Devil Wears Prada to Geet’s (Kareena Kapoor) trend setting long T-shirts with Patialas, we bring you top 10 movies that are either about fashion or have influenced fashion in some way or the other. Take a look:

September Issue starring Anna Wintour and Grace Coddington:

The movie showcases behind-the-scene activities of Anna Wintour and her team as they gear up to design what’s known as the biggest and the most important issue of Vogue – the September Issue. It shows the effort and courage of Grace Coddington, a former model turned creative director at Vogue, to stand up to Anna, in spite of Anna’s aggressive nature. The movie settles into a happy ending with Anna approving most of Grace’s ideas for the September Issue.

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Fashion starring Kangana Ranaut and Priyanka Chopra:

Fashion follows the life of Meghna Mathur (Priyanka), a small town girl, who just like thousand others dreams of becoming a super model and a famous name in the fashion industry. The movie shows her transformation from that small town girl to a big shot super model, and the challenges that she overcomes in the way. It also shows top model Shonali (Kangana) and her slow downfall in the industry due to several factors.

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Coco before Chanel starring Audrey Tautou:

No points for guessing, this movie narrates the life story of how the world famous French designer Coco Chanel (Audrey Tautou) went on from being a seamstress at a provincial bar to a historical fashion designer so much so that her name can almost be used as a synonym to world-class exquisite fashion. Coco was born as Gabrielle Chanel but the song she used to perform with her sister at the bar nightly fetched her name “Coco”.

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Aisha starring Sonam Kapoor:

Although the movie is not based on Fashion, but the wardrobe for Sonam in this movie is undoubtedly one of the best, trendiest, and classic wardrobe Bollywood industry has ever see. The wardrobe was designed by ace designer Pernia Qureshi, after which Sonam Kapoor went onto becoming a full-fledged style icon in the industry. However, equal credit must be given to Ira Dubey and Amrita Puri for looking equally stunning and visually delightful.

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Sex and the City starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Catrall, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon:

‘I like my money where I can see it – hanging in my closet.’ Carrie Bradshaw, Sex and the City

And there’s more. This movie is a complete chic movie based on people, life, heartbreaks, and Fashion! It has 3 parts but necessarily the plot of the movie revolves around 4 New York girl who have come together to form a deep, soulful, and never-ending friendship irrespective of their distinctive lives. Two factors hold them closely knitted to one another – friendship and fashion. Watch as the girls go from being 4 young New York chicks to 40 something elegant women, each with their own exclusive style.

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Jab We Met starring Kareena Kapoor:

Directed by the very talented Imtiaz Ali, starring Kareena Kapoor as Geet, the main female protagonist and a larger-than-life cheerful and bubbly Punjabi girl, Jab We Met is a soft romantic movie which was a blockbuster movie and is still loved by many. Once again, the movie isn’t about fashion, but Geet’s long T-shirt with colorful Patialas and Dupatta definitely started a trend which was followed by almost every girl. Some have still stuck to that style for casual day-outs.

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Devil Wears Prada starring Meryl Streep and Anna Hathaway:

There is no one who is interested in fashion and won’t like the movie. Andrea (Anna), an aspiring journalist, in spite of her complete disgust towards the fashion industry, lands a job that girls would kill for – personal junior assistant to Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep), editor-in-chief of ‘Runway’ fashion magazine. Anna doesn’t know the first thing about dressing up to work at Runway, and has to constantly be at the receiving end of an icy behavior from the cold-blooded Miranda. However, she soon finds help from Nigel, the art director at Runway, and transforms herself into this stylish member of the fashion fraternity. She also manages to be the first one ever to get half-a-smile from Miranda.

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There are many such movies which have inspired us in one way or the other and if we had to write about all of them, it could take us a week. So, we put here a collection of what we would recommend in case you wanted to kick start Vogue’s favorite month with a bit of style yourself. Hope you like watching these movies as much as we did.

Until next time, stay happy and Stay Stylish!

Latest & Popular Trends in the Indian Fashion Industry (2013/2014)


It’s been 5 days since the finale of the show, however, with each season, Lakme Fashion Week brings us all the latest trends in the fashion industry – Indian and Western.

With the approaching wedding season, a lot of our time is going to be spent in shopping for the perfect outfit. So, whether its your sister’s wedding, your BFF’s wedding, or if it’s YOU getting hitched this year, there should be no compromises with the style quotient of your wardrobe at all.

Find below an assorted range of ethnic wear presented by different Fashion Designers during Lakme fashion Week’s various seasons:

Autumn/Winter 2013

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Stay tuned for our picks from the Indian Bridal Fashion Week 2013/2014 to be featured in our next post.

Until then, Team Sareez wishes all a very happy and prosperous Ganesha Chaturthi. Stay Blessed and Stay Stylish!

Vakratunda Mahakaya Suryakoti Samaprabha


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India is a land of diversities, traditions, and endless festivals. And, especially this time of the year, all of us are in high spirits and fully ready to welcome the season of festivals which will mark its beginning with Ganesh Chaturthi this Friday – 29th August, 2014. It’s celebrated each year in the honor of Lord Ganesha (for our friends who may not know who we are talking about, it’s the cute plum god with an elephant head and a mice along with a plate full of his favorite sweets).  

Quick facts:

Ganesh Chaturthi is also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi, and generally falls between 19th August and 20th September each year.

The festival lasts ten days with Ganesh Chaturthi marking the beginning when the idol of Ganesha is installed at temples or at home while Anant Chaturdashi marks the end when the idol is taken around in a procession to be immersed in nearby water bodies like rivers or sea, with hundreds and thousands of worshipers singing, praying, and dancing.

Though it’s followed all across India, Maharashtra’s celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi is a spectacular event on its own.

Dress Code:

In India, festivals and traditional occasions often call for the Indian National Dress – Saree. Women, all over the world, who celebrate this festival, adorn themselves in gorgeous and elegant sarees – mostly bright colored and in silk or such material.

However, for some of us, every dress – western or Indian, has to be about making a style statement. And, undoubtedly the current scenario of the Indian fashion industry and the massive developments in terms of Indian ethnic wear enables us to please all our temptations.

Some of the alternatives that you can try this festive season are:

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 And, then there are always the truly ethnic Silk sarees:

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 Check our website for the complete collection.

Recipes and Food:

No Ganesha festival can be complete without offering him his favorite food – Modak. Here is a quick recipe on how to make totally delicious Ukadiche Modak to offer the deity and distribute it as a sacrament to everybody.  

Ingredients:

For The Dough -

2 cups rice flour

Water as required

For The Filling -

1 1/4 cups grated jaggery

2 cups freshly grated coconut

1 tbsp. poppy seeds

1/2 tbsp. cardamom powder

½ cup skimmed milk

Other Ingredients -

1 tbsp. ghee for kneading and greasing

Method For the dough:

Boil 1¾ cups of water in a deep non-stick pan.

Place the rice flour in a deep bowl and add the boiled water gradually. Mix well using a spoon in the beginning and then knead into soft and smooth dough.

Cover with a lid and keep aside for 10 minutes.

Method For the filling:

Step 1: Heat ghee in the deep non-stick pan, add the grated coconut, and cook on slow flame for 1 to 2 minutes.

Step 2: Add milk. Keep stirring continuously for 5 – 7 minutes till it gets thick.

Step 3: Add jaggery and poppy seeds and keep stirring till it becomes dry.

Step 4: Add cardamom powder, mix well and cook on a slow flame for 1 to 2 minutes till all the moisture evaporates and the mixture thickens. Keep aside to cool slightly.

Step 5: Divide the filling into equal portions and keep aside.

Method to make the Modak:

Step 1: Knead the dough once again using ½ tbsp. of ghee and keep aside.

Step 2: Make equal lemon size ball of the dough.

Step 3: Take one ball and roll it 2-3 inches in circumference on a dusted rolling board.

Step 4: Place a portion of the filling in the center of the rolled ball.

Step 5: Bring the edges together towards the center. Join all the edges and pinch them

Step 6: Repeat this procedure to make the remaining Modak.

Step 7: Place a steamer plate in a steamer and place a banana leaf on it.

Step 8: Moisten all the Modaks with little water using your fingertips.

Step 9: Place the Modaks on the banana leaf and steam on a medium flame for 10 minutes.

Step 10: Serve to Lord Ganesha and later enjoy it yourself.

Handy tip:

These Modaks stay fresh for a day at room temperature and for 2 days if refrigerated.

(Recipe Courtesy: The Heath Site)

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Let’s all of us gather together in harmony and say – Ganpati Bappa Morya, Mangal Murti Morya!

Team Sareez wishes all a blessed Ganesh Chaturthi and hope that the god of happy beginnings shower you with prosperity. 

Rain Rain Go Away!


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One more month before you can bring all your palazzos and designer sarees out of the closet and pair them up with stylish and classy footwear. You know what we are talking about, right? From July till September, most parts of India are drenched in heavy downpour and an ever-changing sky – from sunny to cloud in minutes. This is also the most stressful time of the year for our wardrobe. Suddenly, the focus is not on what we want to wear but what we should wear. After all, your high heels and patialas can’t withstand the rain and the dirt on the road because of the rain. But, this doesn’t mean you have to forget being stylish. In fact, let Team Sareez share with you its deepest darkest tricks to help you rock the remaining monsoon season with you head turner style statement.

Experiment with Colors:

Look around you. Even with the continuous and tedious showers there is one thing none of us can miss. It’s the beauty of nature, of colors, which suddenly seems to have brightened up. The leaves and flowers look alive as if someone washed away the dust off them and gave them a fresh look. Likewise, bright colors are always a hit during the monsoon. For some time, let go off your greys and whites and black. If you really can’t do without them, then pair them up with pinks, corals, yellows, oranges, even purples.

Show off the well-tones legs:

In a few months, it will start getting chilly and most of us will take to hiding under overcoats and woolens. This is the perfect time to flaunt those funky chic skirts and colorful wraparounds. Ensure they aren’t too long. Anything knee-length or just 2 inches above your ankle fits amazingly with an ethnic kurti or a single colored t-shirt paired with a scarf or jackets. This is also the time to experiment with flip flops. Keep in mind the color suggested above and you could be turning yourself into a flawless Monsoon Diva.

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Salwar vs. Leggings:

Salwar are a complete no-no for monsoon unless you drive yourself to work every day. Even then, we would say why not try something different. How about pairing up a colorful kurta or a trendy short kurti with a corresponding legging? Alternatively, you can also try pairing up a flamboyant and cheeky jegging with a bright single-colored top.

Less is More:

Too much or too dense makeup during monsoon is a complete no-no and anything against this will lead to a makeup disaster as soon as you step out in the rain no matter how water proof your make up is. Instead, try light makeup.

Start with applying a water-based foundation. Anything powdery can leave patches on the skin during the monsoon and thus isn’t preferable. Use the sponge to make sure its spread equally to the entire face. 

Next, use a darker blusher in the hollow place between the cheek bones. Then use a medium shade on the cheekbones and finish with the lightest shade on top of the cheekbone. This will help in accentuating the cheekbones. During the monsoon, try using cream-based blushes as they will stay longer and prevent patchy skin.

To complete the look, use a waterproof mascara and eyeliner and avoid the kohl for a while. If you are good at it, then use the eye liner to create the kohl effect. Use lip glosses in the shades of soft pink, light brown, or nude. You can use a lip-liner to make the color stay longer.

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Extra tip: Never ever rub your face if it gets wet. Keep a pack of soft face tissues and use them to dab the water off of your face.

Judge a man by his friends and a woman by her shoes:

We’ve got the outfit and the makeup perfect to a T, but what about the footwear? This is the most painful part about dressing up in monsoon. Aren’t you nodding your head in agreement already? Well! You can stop nodding and instead pack your leathers and sandals away and bring out the wellingtons and the colorful synthetic and plastic ballerinas. Also, like we mentioned before this is the right time to buy those flips flops which you were secretly wishing to buy for your vacation on the beach. You can use them now to add funk and color to your wardrobe and later while you soak up the sun on the beaches of Thailand.

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Accessorize:

Yup! Absolutely. Gone are the days when umbrellas meant black and raincoats meant blue. These days there is no dearth of colors, patterns, combinations and style when it comes to rubber/gum boots, umbrellas, and raincoats. In fact, for some, keeping a collection of these is a hobby. Unbelievable, right? That’s what you‘d think before you own your first pair. While at it, why not shop for a cool waterproof bag to keep all your belongings safe and dry?

 

 

LFW Celeb-Designers Diary Day 1-3


Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2014, since its inauguration, has seen quite a few celebrities walking the ramp for famous Fashion Designers. Some were seen sporting a primitive and ethnic look and some dazzled the stage with their urbanized theme. Few things to look out for in this season are the presentation of Bridal collections by quite a few designers and the highlight shone upon Indian clothing. 

Find below some of the celebs posing as a muse with exceptional ensembles and their respective prodigies.

Actor Sushmita Sen walks on the ramp for designer Amit Agarwal`s show during the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/ Festive 2014 in Mumbai,on Aug 20, 2014. (Photo: IANS)

(Sushmita Sen walks the Ramp for Designer Amit Agarwal)

Actor Shilpa Shetty walks on the ramp for designer Masaba Gupta`s show during the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/ Festive 2014 in Mumbai, on Aug. 20, 2014. (Photo: IANS)

(Shilpa Shetty walks the Ramp for Designer Masaba Gupta)

 

Actor Neha Dhupia displays the creation of fashion designer Swati Vijayvargie during the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/ Festive 2014 in Mumbai, on Aug. 21, 2014. (Photo: IANS)

(Neha Dhupia walks the Ramp for Designer Swati Vijayvarge)

Actor Shriya Saran displays the creation of fashion designer Sashikant Naidu during the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/ Festive 2014 in Mumbai, on Aug. 21, 2014. (Photo: IANS)

(Shriya Saran walks the Ramp for Designer Sashikant Naidu)

Actor Chitrangda Singh displays the creation of fashion designer Harshita Chatterjee Deshmukh during the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/ Festive 2014 in Mumbai, on Aug. 21, 2014. (Photo: IANS)

(Chitrangadha Singh walks the Ramp for Designer Harshita Chatterjee)

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(Kriti Sanon walks the Ramp for River Island)

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(Sonal Chauhan walks the Ramp for Designer Purvi Doshi)

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(Jacqueline Fernandez walks the Ramp for Designer Anju Modi) 

Actor Konkana Sen Sharma displays the creation of fashion designer Anavila during the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/ Festive 2014 in Mumbai, on Aug. 21, 2014. (Photo: IANS)

(Konkona Sen walks the Ramp for Designer Anavila) 

The stage must have dazzled with all the super models and celebrities walking the ramp, however, what stole everybody’s heart are these super stylish and super sweet kids who took the stage for Hamley’s – the largest and the oldest toy shop in the world.

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