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Twinkle Khanna

August 19, 2015

Overheard: “I’m no longer the funniest in Bollywood”
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Laila Motwane, Twinkle Khanna
November 15, 2014

Overheard: "Maybe I can revamp my bedroom one more time" at The White Window's pop-up shop
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Anjori Alagh, Sanvari Alagh Nair, Twinkle Khanna
September 20, 2014

Overheard: "Where is my boyfriend – and his credit card?" at the launch of The White Window's newest collection
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Twinkle Khanna, Bollywood Actress

Being Twinkle

Text by Shraddha Jahagirdar-Saxena. Photographed by Dabboo Ratnani. Styling by Nisha Jhangiani. Make-up by Venus Ferreira. Hair by Satyanarayan Singh, for Kromakay Salons.

The former tomboy, who delighted in living in one pair of jeans, has blossomed into a stylish diva whose haute sensibility stems from her own personal aesthetics and her work as an interior designer. Twinkle Khanna chats about her fashion choices and the way she is to Verve
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Priya Kishore, India's Best Dressed List 2010

India’s Best Dressed List 2010

Text by Sohiny Das. Interviews by Shirin Mehta and Sohiny Das. Realisation by Nirali Mehta and Lamya Bhatri. Photographed by prasad naik, Vishal Kullarwar (Mumbai), Amit Dey (New Delhi)

It is that time of the year again. Verve’s annual Hall of Fame for the nation’s sartorially spectacular ladies is a celebration of their admirable effort, and effortless style. Perennials and newbies unite in this compilation of the best wardrobes in the country
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Sonam Kapoor, India's Best Dressed List

India’s Best Dressed List: Sonam Kapoor

Text by Shirin Mehta and Sohiny Das. Realisation by Lamya Bhatri. Photographs by Vishesh Verma (Mumbai), Amit Dey (Delhi), Kaustav Saikia (Kolkata), Ramya Reddy and Waseem Khan (Bangalore)

The past year was rough. The dreaded ‘R’ word popped up everywhere. It was the survival of the fittest and the cheapest. Women bought relatively inexpensive items. Lipstick sales were good. Fashion sales were not (at full price); so tabs were slashed. Designers restrategised and redefined haute. Boyfriend chic (borrow his clothes since you have no new ones), vintage (borrow grandma’s for similar reasons) and power shoulders (intimidate at work-place so they do not fire you) rose to prominence. Even couture in Paris offered (hush hush) ‘package deals’ to their loyal customers. Suddenly, apparel was available at almost lipstick prices. What joy… let us buy everything!
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