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The newest entrant on Delhi’s wellness landscape comes in the form of the luxury hotel Dusit Devarana. After successful outings by the brand in Thailand, UAE, Maldives and Egypt, the hotel chain has now made its way to the NCR. While the hotel is being touted as a business-cum-pleasure stopover, its spa is its main attraction. With sprawling indoor and outdoor training areas, including a Yoga Pavilion, glass house fitness centre and sand beds, the spa draws heavily on Thai-inspired treatments and is being touted as one of the finest in the city.
Roberto Cavalli’s Fall/Winter 2013-14 collection is in a spot of controversy over the political inappropriateness of its campaign, featuring the message of ‘love revolution’. The video, which was shot in Barcelona by Giampaolo Sgura has been accused of being a trivialising take on the protests in Spain a few months ago. Notwithstanding the web backlash faced by the campaign, its look of mashed up colours and prints in bright autumn hues, which is apparently a protest “against conformity to a grey-coloured world,” has been appreciated. The label on its part has clarified that the campaign doesn’t intend to convey any political message.
Fit ‘n’ Fab
Quintessential blonde girl-next-door Kate Hudson has launched a line of fitness wear, inspired by her personal wardrobe and active lifestyle, in partnership with shopping website JustFab. The quirkily titled collection, Fabletics, premised on her dedication to Pilates, spinning and yoga, is chockful of clothes that any woman would be comfortable in. It focuses on easy-to-wear layering pieces, jackets and hoodies, “buttery soft” tees, long-sleeved tops, cardigan wraps, and scarves. A visibly thrilled Hudson said, “I was always looking for high-quality, affordable athletic wear that was also hip.”
Let’s face it, she is a genius. Designer Zaha Hadid has now lent her architectural genius to the new Stuart Weitzman boutiques. Five of these will be set up globally and hinge on the eclectic, bearing sweeping impressions of profound art. The award-winning architect has played with the more seductive angle of geometry to give expression to her artistic sensibilities and aims to create a unique vision for each boutique premised on the store’s location. The 3000-foot square large sixwindow boutique in Milan is a vision with its fluid monochrome interiors.
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