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Fashion police doesn't bother Aditi Rao Hydari


Fashion police doesn't bother Aditi Rao Hydari
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There may be a lot of scrutiny on what celebrities wear, but actress Aditi Rao Hydari says she is not bothered by what fashion police feels and wears clothes in which she is comfortable.

"They (paparazzi) are doing their work. It is up to me how I take things. One can either spend time cribbing or being happy. I feel there is no point cribbing.

"There is lot of scrutiny on what we wear but it depends on how you look at it. I chose to look at it in a positive way as I have fans who like me the way I am," Aditi told PTI.

For the 30-year-old actress fashion is an extension of one's personality.

"It's (fashion) like being in a playground and you can have so much fun with it. There are two ways again either it (fashion) can burden you or you can enjoy it, you should have fun with it. I don't know what's in or what's out I wear what I like and what I am comfortable wearing," she added.

In real life the "Wazir" actress says she prefers to ditch makeup.

"I am mostly no makeup person. But as an actor I rely on makeup. For me makeup is about quality. I keep it minimal. I I love mascara, nail paints, lipstick, kajal," she said.

"Beauty is about owning who you are. When you are happy you are beautiful. Happiest girls are the prettiest girls. It's true."

Aditi, who has been appointed as a brand ambassador for beauty company Avon, says for her quality matters the most while associating with any product.

"For me everything overrides quality and that's what I look for in films as well as brands. You should be proud to be associated with the brand."

On work front she will next be seen in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Padmavati" and Mani Ratnam's "Kaatru Veliyidai".Read more at:marieaustralia


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Katy Perry names debut footwear after her favourite females


Katy Perry
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Katy Perry dedicated each shoe in her new footwear line to her favourite women.

The California Gurls singer is ready to drop her debut range of shoes, Katy Perry Collections, later this month (Feb17) and is offering 40 designs in total. To give each pair a more personal feel, the 32-year-old star paid tribute to the females in her life when bestowing titles to shoes, including The Hillary, a pink pump with silver stars in the clear heel named after presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Katy was a loyal devotee and relentlessly campaigned for the politician to be elected in 2016.

“I’m basically leading the way in creativity,” Katy told PeopleStyle. “I chose some of my favourite girlfriends and my female family members and named all the shoes after them. So they’re all getting their own shoe, I guess, so that’s really fun. I tried to pair the shoes that best represented their personality. I didn’t necessarily shape the shoe after them, but I decided to make the shoes more name specific in the end.”

Girls stars Lena Dunham and Allison Williams also have their own styles, with The Lena coming in the form of a sparkly sneaker while The A.W. is black with a purple gradient heel.

“Fashion is a way to express yourself, so I wanted to make personality pieces that will help you put an exclamation mark at the end of your wardrobe,” the musician explained.

Katy, who has recently debuted her new track Chained to the Rhythm and is preparing for a performance at the Grammys on Sunday (12Feb17), names The Shannon as her favourite design, which is thought to be titled after her friend Shannon Marie Woodward. It’s an intricate flat designed to look like a ‘50s car, complete with a little plastic windshield.

“When I first got to L.A., I cultivated my style on a budget, always shopping at thrift stores or vintage stores,” Katy recalled. “That’s what is so great about fashion. It’s a form of communication. You don’t have to start a smoking habit to start talking to someone. You can just wear cool shoes. It’s an icebreaker.”Read more at:formal dresses brisbane


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Hamilton hairdressers headed to New York Fashion Week


Jamie Barakat and Laura Williams have been friends for over a decade.
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Jamie Barakat and Laura Williams went to high school together in the Waikato, and now they're headed to New York Fashion Week.

Both now 26, the pair now work together at Ktizo in Hamilton. They'll be working with the Wella team backstage at Zimmerman, and hope to pick up other shows once they're on the ground.

Barakat and Williams travelled to Sydney in January for the selection process, which was run by celebrity stylist Travis Balcke. Usually only one New Zealand stylist would attend, but the brand made an exception for these two.

"It was really quite scary because everyone was amazing - there wasn't a hairdresser that you looked at and thought, your work sucks, you're not getting in," Barakat says. Twenty hairdressers were there to give it a go, with five selected for the New York team.

"Everyone was really talented, but at the end of the day it just came down to personality and team work."

Barakat and Williams' friendship was a strength there. They share a flat as well as working together, so they know each other's strengths and weaknesses. Even going over to try out together was fantastic, Williams says.

"There was just so much talent in the room that it was like anyone could have got it... We were driving back home from the airport and that's when they called us," she says.

"We were screaming in the car, I couldn't even believe that we both got in."

New York is a fair distance from Te Kauwhata, where Barakat and Williams first knew each other as teenagers.

"I was working part time at a hairdresser in Te Kauwhata and Jamie was working at a cafe just down the road," Williams remembers. "I'd go down and buy my lunch and we'd chat."

When she left uni to return to hairdressing, the pair met again and quickly became inseparable. They're now "like yin and yang," Williams says.

They went into the selection process knowing that the chances of both of them going to New York were slim, but Williams says she would have been happy for Barakat otherwise.

He would have been "bloody ropeable" to have to stay home, but he says it with a laugh.

Both hairdressers have worked at New Zealand Fashion Week before, so they have some idea of what to expect. It'll be fast-paced and intense, but they're looking forward to it.

"I love session styling," he says, referring to working backstage styling hair, rather than cutting and colouring in salons.

"I'm really excited about getting my hands in there and being thrown out of my comfort zone," Barakat says. New York itself is a massive drawcard, of course, as is the chance to make international connections.

"For my career, to be able to say that I've worked at NYFW is just a dream come true," Williams says. Both hope that the trip will put them on the radar of senior Wella staff.

"If we do well on this then it opens up a whole lot of other opportunities - if we don't screw up when we go then we get to do Mercedes Benz Sydney Fashion Week as well," Barakat says.

"Hopefully we prove ourselves enough that they think of us when they need to fill their team or need assistance. It's always been hard being from NZ - obviously it costs [Wella] more to get us over with flights, but so far they've been amazing."

While internationally, being from New Zealand has meant Barakat and Williams have had to work harder, within the country, they feel that Hamilton has been unfairly maligned. Williams moved down for her job a year ago, and says the change has been brilliant.

"I don't know why Hamilton gets such a bad name, I think [the standard of hairdressing] is really good," she says.

"The salon here is so busy - if anything it's busier than Auckland, and I've had more opportunities here than I did up in Auckland."

She puts it down to the smaller number of salons in Hamilton, but whatever the reason, Williams and Barakat have both done well.

Whatever comes next, they're both thrilled, but for Williams the chance to work on Kendall Jenner or Gigi Hadid would really finish it off.Read more at:bridesmaid dresses online


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