WIN a limited edition 2014 HIDESIGN Diary!

Today Fashion News about how to win a limited edition Hidesign Diary.

As we wind down 2013 and get into celebratory mode, plan for 2014 with Hidesign’s Diary 2014. Hidesign is proud to introduce limited edition Leather bound Diary 2014 for the first time on sale. Priced at Rs 2895, this beautiful diary celebrates 35 years of Hidesign. Bound in vegetable tanned leather, the diary showcases the heritage of personalised branding and handcraftsmanship of Hidesign.
Vintage Hidesign bags like Grazia and Boxy bag which will be re-launched soon as part of the Icon Collection are also featured in the diary along with the beautiful ad campaign images. Come be part of the journey with StyleMag of the brand’s growth, from the birth of Hidesign to the creation of some of its most iconic styles. Follow this link if you want to discover more about latest fashion news India.

We are giving away 3 of these amazing diaries! You can be a lucky participant to win one of two here and also participate on our Twitter :


1) Like HIDESIGN on Facebook here :  or go directly to the Facebook Page Here

2) Fill your details below and tell us what New Year resolution would you note down in the Hidesign 2014 Diary:

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*Winners to be announced on the 22nd of January


– Leather bound with leather bookmark
– Gold foiling on the spine
– Hidesign heritage emboss on the cover

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Ranbir Kapoor, Nimrat Kaur Showstops on Day 1 at Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015

Ranbir Kapoor, Nimrat Kaur Showstops on Day 1 at Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015

First day into Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015 and the style quotient is already soaring high. With celebrated designers such as Manish Malhotra, Nikhil Thampi, Krishna Mehta, Payal Singhal and more showcasing their collections, the premiere day of the fashion extravaganza is bound to be beaming with modishness and art nonetheless. Here are tips of 7 Ways To Wear Your Summer Clothes In Winter.

While some looks are frowned upon, some get appreciated, there are a few that remain in our “to-die-for wardrobe wishlists”. Here’s a glance into what we found steal-worthy on Day 1.

Nikhil Thampi




The designer ventured into bridal ensembles much to the happiness of some of his clients. While Nikhil Thampi has mastered over red carpet couture, his foray into bridal what we call a successful re-invention. Saris without blouses, gowns with drapes, sensous cholis with lungi sari, dhoti pants with red cape, metallic full-sleeved power kurta—bridal wear has taken over a whole new dimension.

Payal Singhal




Embroidered low crotch dhoti pants, stone silk raised hem kurta, silk organza kaftans, tunics, black fish scale Patiala and the navy embroidered Afghani salwar with ornate kurta. Jackets and lehenga were dazzling with gorgeous work.
Showstopper Nimrat Kaur looked elegant as she glided down the ramp in a fully ornate gold lehenga/choli in flaming Marsala red silk.

Salita Nanda



The designer which has swept as off

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