Day: June 7, 2021

Kajal Aggarwal or Shilpa Shetty; Who pulled off shoulder cut out pantsuit better?

Celebrities leave no stone unturned to put their best fashion foot forward. Be it at the airport or red carpet, they are constantly under the watch of paparazzi and fashion police. However, at times, they end up wearing similar or the same outfit that was already worn by the other celeb. Actresses get competitive when it comes to fashion and this time, we have on our fashion face-off list the two stunning divas Kajal Aggarwal and Shilpa Shetty.


Kajal Aggarwal is known for her unconventional style statement and she makes sure to turn enough heads every time when she steps out. One of her looks in cold shoulder blue pantsuit had grabbed everyone’s attention. Styled by Anisha Jain, Kajal completed her look with a half bun and left the front button open of the blazer jacket. She looked pretty! 

Kajal Aggarwal, Kajal Aggarwal posing for a photo

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For a dance reality show in 2016,

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Dior Launches New Men’s Accessories Line, Snapchat Lenses

Dior is betting on color to entice consumers back into its stores after extended lockdowns worldwide.

The French fashion house is launching a series of men’s accessories revisited in vibrant shades, and has collaborated with Snapchat to create two new augmented reality lenses, marking the first time it will be possible to virtually try on a Dior bag and scroll through different styles with a single swipe of the screen.

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Available in yellow, red, blue, green and black, featuring a monochrome version of the Dior Oblique motif, items from the Dior World Tour capsule will go on sale this month in selected Dior stores worldwide.

The line includes limited-edition B27 sneakers with a leather shoe case, sold separately, as well as a Saddle belt bag, a card holder, a clutch and belts with interchangeable straps and buckles. Prices range from 280 euros for a belt buckle to

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Gen Z Has A Body Positivity Problem, And It’s Lurking On TikTok

Body positivity as we know it today took off in 2012, when bloggers and creators used the hashtag #bodypositivity to promote fat acceptance and turn attention toward underrepresented, and therefore underprivileged, bodies.

“In the last two years, we’ve almost seen [body positivity] being normalized, which is a big deal,” Clémentine Desseaux, CEO of The All Womxn Project, told HuffPost, “I say almost because we’re clearly not anywhere close to equality and white, thin, able and cis people still represent most of what we see. But we can finally see more representation and diversity.”

But today, body positivity has turned into something entirely different.

For example, the term “mid-size,” which refers to people who wear anywhere from a size 8 to size 14, is trending on TikTok. Also known as in-betweeners (in-between “straight” and plus sizes, according to Vox’s Nadra Nittle), mid-size people have been lobbying for more

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