Author: Dweta Patel

Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week was a day shorter than regular—same number of accumulations, simply fewer hours in which to see them. In any case, if the timetable was more pressed—particularly Saturday when the productive Dolce and Gabbana put on a “Mystery Show” of new eveningwear at 10 p.m.— in any event, the sun was sparkling. Far better, we really got the chance to appreciate it, with a modest bunch of creators selecting outside scenes. Marco de Vincenzo went recorded, taking us to the fifteenth century Castello Sforzesco, while the Jil Sander newcomers Lucie and Luke Meier looked to the future,...

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10 things every college girl needs in her closet

Here are some fashion trends that cannot be missed this year and things that every college going girl needs. 1.Chokers 90’s style is just the same old thing new. What started then has now developed into a wardrobe essential. There’s something about women in a choker, which expresses confidence. She’s attractive and upscale and knows a thing or two about how to assemble an outfit. It can be well said that chokers are back in full swing. 2.Bodysuits However, another design drift has battled its way once more from the 80s/90s. Advancing once more into apparel stores are one-piece...

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Patriarchal India

Indian culture has a place with the man since time immemorial. The lady has been given an optional and second-rate position in her family and society. She has been confronting shamefulness, concealment, persecution, enslavement and misuse in a male-commanded Indian culture. Disregarding being taught, she has been looked down on with hatred. She has been diminished to the status of a toy and a machine, a dormant protest used to satisfy men’s sexual want. She has been dealt with as an item to be utilized, controlled and discarded by the male individuals from society. She, a quiet and submissive individual from a male-overwhelmed society, a manikin that takes after five paces behind her man, a lifeless thing enduring by virtue of preference, standard traditions and customs, is relied upon to be noiseless, tolerant and persistent, but then delicate and benevolent, mindful and adoring, kind and accommodating ideal from the antiquated days.   However, similar to a man, she is conceived free, she is gotten in chains in a single manner or the other. She is miles far from flexibility from male-mastery profoundly established in a male-driven and male-centric culture with its customary convictions, superstitions, qualities and standards. The place and status equivalent to man should be given to her in different fields of life. She is more grounded and bolder than a man in many regards. The lady possesses...

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