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New Delhi [India] June 16, ( ANI ): On the occasion of International Yoga Day, Bollywood actress and fitness enthusiast Malaika Arora, who has recently joined Reebok's Fashionably Fit Family, will encourage people to celebrate the day on June 21.
Fashionably Late finds the Rich family getting all excited about preparations for dad's 60th and Fred's 18th birthday party when tragedy strikes.
You can use it to fashionably pull your hair out of your face for an important presentation or wear it as a necklace to jazz up a simple top.
The four-colour combinations include soft pastel shades, but also fashionably current colours such as fuchsia and strong yellow.
Amanda paired her white peplum dress with red lipstick, a 1940s-style patent bag and gold cuff; while Alesha's bubblegum pink skater dress was finished with a white Peter Pan collar and fashionably clashing aquamarine blue jewels that matched her nail varnish and heels.
One of them, an elderly-looking gent, admitted that he no longer wore denim jeans, preferring to stick to fashionably skinny trousers instead.
Made in the USA, each shirt is vintage-soft and fashionably cut, and also features a screenprinted interior tag to prevent itch.
And fashionably challenged Govinda can for once be happy to be ahead of the style curve, as the denims being sported by the B- town fashionistas are Govindaesque in colour and style.
Shoe String Chic: 101 Ways to Live the Fashionably Luxe Life for Less offers a fine illustrated book for women who want to live and dress with fashion but on a shoestring budget.
As is a woman's prerogative she was fashionably late but we can confirm we have now spotted both of them on the nest.
Wearing a pounds 3,000 Alexander McQueen, full-length gown, the 27-year-old singer arrived fashionably late, naturally, at the Elle Style Awards Emma Watson, US designer Tom Ford and Fearne Cotton were also on hand, at London's Great Connaught Rooms, to see Cheryl scoop Best Music Act.
Fashionably charitable GLITZY students held a charity fashion show in Birmingham to help raise funds for the visually impaired.