Hindustan Times - Brunch : 2019-02-10
Fashion : 24 : 24
FASHION 24 all Out Of fashiOn PRESENTING FIVE ITEMS THAT WERE CALLED ODD AND UGLY THAT ARE NOW BACK IN CIRCULATION. (PLUS! HOW YOU CAN WEAR THEM) Text by Drishti Vij // Photos by Farhan Hussain // Styling by Jahnvi Bansal W hen did mundane become mod?! Is fashion trolling us? Time and again, the term ‘anti-fashion’ has given rise to trends that were not accepted in mainstream fashion. However, we’re now living in a hyper-connected world where the most Instagrammable item becomes the order of the day. (All those #OOTD posts you save? That’s right.)
Designer Rimzim Dadu says, “This kind of provocative aesthetic is more prominent because people are now accepting fashion as a tool to express themselves in myriad ways.”
Celebrity stylist Devki Bhatt agrees. “With fanny packs and ginormous-looking sneakers, we’re witnessing a shift. People want fashion to be relatable and fun.” 1 PUNK UP YOUR FEET DOC MARTENS Odd object number one was once a symbol of youthful rebellion in Britain WEAR THESE BOOTS WITH: “Skirts and maxis to comfy denims. Boots can elevate the style quotient of any look. They’re really versatile,” says designer Resham Karamchandani of the brand The Pot Plant. WEAR THESE BOOTS TO: “A lovely afternoon brunch to a fun night-out with your friends,” she says. AVOID: “Wearing them to a very formal occasion,” she suggests. w y PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
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