Here’s how to re­vive vin­tage charm with a hint of moder­nity. We re-cre­ated fash­ion looks in­spired by the old Hol­ly­wood era

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Add a touch of con­tem­po­rary to your look. You shouldn’t look as if you have stepped out of a pe­riod film NIDA MAHMOOD, DE­SIGNER

Make sure you don’t go OTT with your at­tire and makeup. Keep it sub­tle and real, rather than cos­tumey VIKRAM SETH, STYLIST

His­tory re­peats it­self and so does fash­ion. Go­ing by global fash­ion trends, it seems that old Hol­ly­wood glam­our is back with a bang. The trend popped up on the run­way in the re­cent shows in New York, Lon­don and Mi­lan. Closer home, Bol­ly­wood’s fash­ion for­wards are also ex­per­i­ment­ing with vin­tage looks.

We re-cre­ated three vin­tage looks in a mod­ern con­text. In­spired by the very glam­orous old Hol­ly­wood era, these looks are very real and very doable when you want to re­new vin­tage charm with a dash of moder­nity.

I think the vin­tage era cel­e­brated a wo­man’s beauty in the most stun­ning ways. From hair­dos to dresses and makeup, ev­ery­thing was so ef­fort­lessly fem­i­nine. NIKHIL MEHRA, DE­SIGNER

TEXT: Ak­shay Kaushal STYLING: Shara Ashraf & Ak­shay Kaushal PHOTOS: Shara Ashraf & Waseem Gashroo OUT­FITS & AC­CES­SORIES:

The Col­lec­tive & stylist’s own. MAKEUP: Aash­meen Mun­jaal & Bharti Taneja JEW­ELLERY: Apala By Su­mit MODEL CO­OR­DI­NA­TION:

Straw­ber­ri­fox, Pur­ple Thoughts

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