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7 ways to wear gold eyeliner and look like a disco goddess

Thursday, November 16 2017

7 ways to wear gold eyeliner and look like a disco goddess

7 ways to wear gold eyeliner and look like a disco goddess How to pull off the prettiest party season make-up trend By Bridget March The twinkly lights have been turned on and the red cups are in — it's officially party season, people. For 2017, the easiest way to show it on your face is with a little gold eyeliner, which Pinterest has seen searches for increase by 722% year-on-year. Major. Call it the Pat McGrath effect or the fact it's oh-so- 'grammable, but a gilded flash on one's eyelids feels both grown-up and genuinely wearable right now. Provided you play it right, of course. We've gathered the most photogenic Pin-spiration to give you ideas for your next party make-up looks that ooze some razzle dazzle. Double lines Pinterest You'd be forgiven for thinking gold liner top and bottom would be OTT, but here's proof it works. Go graphic with your wing and soft along the lash lines for a stunning take on the trend. Black and gold Pinterest To make the gold really stand out, simply pair it with black. Rim your lash lines with the metallic shade, alongside black kohl liner applied to the top and bottom waterlines. Glitter wing Pinterest For something more experimental, try a gold glitter crease joining a wing. Surprisingly it's much easier to paint than black, as the lines needn't be so sharp. Glitter crease Pinterest However, if wings still feel too tricksy, try your gold glitter creases alone. Partner with black mascara and a nude lip for a chic minimal party make-up look. Double flicks Pinterest For something slightly more sophisticated – but still achievable – try splitting your flicks in two. This would work better with a more pigmented gold liner as opposed to a sheer glitter version to achieve definition. Sunshine eyes Pinterest If you're loving the current trend for 'sunset eyes', try combining it with some gold liner and a subtle halo of glitter to take on the 'sunshine eyes' movement. Fittingly, it's perfect for after hours. Gold touch Pinterest If you'd rather a subtler take on the trend, simply add some gold to your lower lash lines (before applying your mascara) and the inner corners of the eye for a brightening highlight.

Payal Singhal's designs are coming to The Label Life

Thursday, November 16 2017

Payal Singhal's designs are coming to The Label Life

Payal Singhal's designs are coming to The Label Life Expect easy breezy floral prints By Shweta Gandhi After joining hands with Desai Foundation for an exclusive collection revealed earlier this year, designer Payal Singhal has announced yet another collaboration — this time with online fashion store, The Label Life. Though the brand is known for its urban daywear, and Payal is most famous for her sexier take on Indian bridal wear, the two have come together to create a day luxe edit that's full of Singhal's popular prints in fuss-free silhouettes. The 'La Vie En Rose' collection features 10 essentials that Payal calls "wardrobe builders": a long printed jacket, a shirt dress, an off-shoulder ruffle top, a lehenga skirt, a drop crotch pant, printed scarves, a pair of wedges, a clutch and a wrap-around leather belt. "Each piece can be mixed and matched with wardrobe basics like camisoles or jeans," she says, explaining that the brief was to create a transitional wardrobe that could keep pace with the modern working woman. Like the floor-length printed jacket that could see you through brunch to your BFF's bachelorette party, giving you more bang for your buck. Payal, who is known for her floral and feminine motifs, introduces two new signature prints in pale rose pink and black — colours that she describes as "ideal picks for the winter festive season." The collection will be available on Thelabelife.com starting November 22, and will be priced between Rs 4,500 — Rs 10,000. Payal Singhal X The Label Life: Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life Payal Singhal x The Label Life

British Fashion Council partners with Digital Domain

Thursday, November 16 2017

British Fashion Council partners with Digital Domain

The British Fashion Council is looking to improve its immersive content strategy, with a focus on interactive experiences, after signing a multi-year partnership with Digital Domain, the leading global immersive content studio. As part of the partnership, all of the British Fashion Council's events and partners, including designers and brands will have access to Digital Domain's expertise to “influence content and engage with today's consumers, decision makers and fashion fans around the world”. Caroline Rush, chief executive of the British Fashion Council said: "The British Fashion Council has a strong legacy of being at the centre of innovation, and we are committed to continue pushing the quality of our content. Working with Digital Domain will allow us to do so and will give our designers an exciting platform to reach their fans around the world in a new engaging and interactive way.” Alireza Saifi, VP of global business development, Digital Domain commented: "Digital Domain and the British Fashion Council joining forces will push the boundaries of content available for fashion enthusiasts worldwide. “The partnership will also empower all British Fashion Council partners and affiliates to fully maximise their collaborations and to better connect with their consumers through leveraging Digital Domain's expertise and capabilities.” Digital Domain is known for pioneering visual effects, livestreaming events in 360° virtual reality, using augmented realities and technology to bring premium content and experiences to consumers.

Masaba clapped back at the Instagram troll who tried to twist her words

Thursday, November 16 2017

Masaba clapped back at the Instagram troll who tried to twist her words

Masaba clapped back at the Instagram troll who tried to twist her words You can keep your pseudo outrage By Elle Team November 16, 2017 SHARE Masaba Gupta is nothing if not practical. Whether it's about stating facts about skin colour or just embracing plain human flaws, she's always been the first to call a pimple a pimple and then post a picture of it. Her latest Instagram picture, however, was a repost from Hrithik Roshan. This repost to be exact: What excites me is not just the prospect of what we may become, but the ideal that our boundaries cannot be enclosed. Therein lies the great opportunity of our existence, to escape the inevitability of death through the immortality of design : Unknown #quotesilove A post shared by Hrithik Roshan (@hrithikroshan) on Nov 15, 2017 at 10:19am PST Hrithik's post is clearly meant to be inspiring. We're not clear on whether he's just scaled a mountain or got caught in a snowstorm, but whatever feat had him feel so introspective, clearly motivated Masaba enough for her to share the notion. Onwards & upwards,always. Opportunity is an underrated word. It really is. #Repost @hrithikroshan ・・・ What excites me is not just the prospect of what we may become, but the ideal that our boundaries cannot be enclosed. Therein lies the great opportunity of our existence, to escape the inevitability of death through the immortality of design : Unknown #quotesilove A post shared by Masabs Of course, there's always someone on the internet waiting to be outraged by celebrity posts, and this person showed up right on cue. Posting from the handle agirlhasnophd, the hater wrote, " And with #hrithikroshan there throw in a good amount of misogyny, with some disrespect for women. And finally garnish with groupism, the privileged brunch who would just gang up against anyone who talks against him. Just because you guys are born to people from the industry ! Didn't expect this from you Masaba, but wait you are one of them, why was I expecting." Masaba was having none of this, responding within minutes, " Ok bring it on. Like I said before .. just because outrage is a trend currently .. do not get outraged over anything and everything. Weigh what you say. I’ve reposted a picture I like alongside a quote..I really like... about human ambition & nothing else. You are sitting in the comfort of your home & in the comfort of your anonymity on Instagram & thinking let’s bring a feminist angle to this when there is not a hint of one here.lets make this about starkids & let’s make this about groupism. Secondly,just because some people are born in the industry & some are not ..I am not going to constantly be apologetic about my privilege. It can be a boon as much as a curse & you have no idea what it’s like to be in this place so shut it.Unless you are subject to this ‘disrespect’you talk of.. you have no business to label someone. Lastly, I am a big feminist,but I don’t sensationalise every little thing. Feminism is a responsibility,not a privilege to be misused for slandering. I don’t usually comment on these things here but you need a check on your words. Get off my page if you can’t bear it." Preach!

That's (retail) entertainment - the rise of China's Singles Day

Thursday, November 16 2017

That's (retail) entertainment - the rise of China's Singles Day

What started as a modest marketing event with just 27 participating merchants, has become one of the world's biggest sales events in just nine years. This is Singles Day of course, invented by Chinese online giant Alibaba and since renamed “Global Shopping Festival“, which broke all records this year for Alibaba with a gross merchandise volume of 25.38 billion US dollars . This year, 140,000 brands and merchants participated in the 24-hour shopping frenzy; as many as never before, and 60,000 of them were international ones. How could a newly invented commercial holiday become so far-reaching and a global phenomenon that is even bigger than Black Friday and Cyber Monday together, that too in less than ten years? FashionUnited has retraced the most important developments. Anti-Valentine's Day becomes worldwide biggest commercial success The inofficial holiday has been celebrated in China since the early '90s when students started using it as kind of alternative Valentine's Day, celebrating (or changing) their single status in karaoke bars and restaurants. Gift giving was involved as well. Those establishments soon realised the day's commercial potential and started supporting it, helped by China's online explosion and its burgeoning, upwardly mobile middle class, which had more disposable income than previous generations. In addition, consumers were being bombarded with advertising that was getting increasingly sophisticated and lured shoppers with discounts that were increasingly hard to resist. Alibaba recognised the enormous commercial potential of the inofficial holiday and turned it into a shopping event that was boosted on its platforms Taobao and Tmall. E-commerce and m-commerce carried Singles Day In a culture that values exchanging gifts, especially with friends, family and colleagues, Singles Day and Alibaba's platforms lured Chinese consumers into buying gifts for themselves. This strategy proved so successful for Alibaba that soon, other online retailers joined in, thus supporting Singles Day. Because of the deep discounts, many singles started waiting for 11th November to buy their annual supply of durable goods like creams, toothpaste and soap. This aided Alibaba's success and contributed to the online giant achieving a gross merchandise value of 5.8 billion US dollars already in 2013, only four years after starting the commercial holiday. Last year, Alibaba sold three times as much, achieving 17,8 billion US dollars . Another reason why Chinese consumers have been receptible for Singles Day is that they had been used to other holidays being turned into commercial events, for example Chinese New Year in the spring and the national holiday on 1st October (comparable to Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving and Halloween in the West), which have been turned into „golden weeks“ - week-long commercial festivals for traditional and online retailers. Thus, the concept of Singles Day fell on fertile ground and as its slogan „Happy double 11“ shows, is celebrated more like a (virtual) holiday than a mere shopping event. Another factor that fueled Singles Day growth is the e-commerce boom, which allowed Chinese consumers outside of big cities and away from malls, shops and good infrastructure to take part as well. This is true for the population in highly congested areas as well: People prefer to shop from the comfort of their own homes rather than braving traffic and pollution. Many of them did not even invest in a computer but shopped via their smartphones directly - a trend that persists till today: 90 percent of all transactions were made via mobile phones during this year's Singles Day. Singles Day sales are going up, up, up There is also an advantage that Chinese consumers had from the start: Participating online retailers realised the importance of their platform being as easy to navigate and customer friendly as possible, so that from the beginning, they invested in a functional shopping environment that appealed to their target group and enabled them to reach international brands as well. In view of the fact that China's middle class will reach more than 300 million people in the next ten years - more than anywhere in the world, except India - the online shopping trend will increase, as will Singles Day sales. And this is an attractive proposition for international brands and retailers who want to reach such a large audience. The numbers reflect this interest: While in 2009, just 27 Chinese merchants took part in Singles Day via Alibaba's platforms, in 2015 there were 5,000 international brands from 25 countries alone; a number that increased twelve-fold in 2017 to 60,000. Also read:

Fairies, brides in black descend on Arab Fashion Week

Thursday, November 16 2017

Fairies, brides in black descend on Arab Fashion Week

Fairies, brides in black and hand-knit dolls take the runway in Dubai this week for the fifth Arab Fashion Week, a five-day affair focussed on instantly available "ready couture" and pre-collections. At the opening shows Wednesday night, ballgowns and evening gowns appeared in full force, with Lebanese designer Saher Dia showcasing a collection inspired by old Hollywood -- including a metallic-fringed dress that appeared to be a modern-day tribute to Ginger Rogers. And in a city that has become a metaphor for luxury, Filipino designer Furone One, of Dubai's Amato Couture, turned his models into fairies living the high life. A post shared by ARAB FASHION COUNCIL ® (@arabfashioncouncil) on Nov 15, 2017 at 8:27pm PST "This collection is inspired by fairies -- sea fairies, all kinds of fairies, because as a child I believed in fairies," Furone told AFP backstage. His collection did not disappoint. The celebrity favourite, who has dressed Beyonce, Katy Perry and Heidi Klum among others, sent more than 20 models down the runway in holographic and pearl headpieces, their arms stained with green duochrome glitter, as if Tinkerbell had gone for a swim. Embroidered or beaded, gowns in muted blues, blushes and beiges were paired with voile capes and purses made from seashells in a collection that was still wearable for the Dubai crowd. "For me, Arabs are very creative," One said. "They love to experiment, they love to explore," he added. "Here in Dubai, you have the time for luxury." Arab Fashion Week's spring/summer 2018 season strikes a markedly different tone from the previous fall/winter season, which had a heavier focus on unisex and menswear lines. A post shared by ARAB FASHION COUNCIL ® (@arabfashioncouncil) on Nov 15, 2017 at 2:36pm PST While Aiisha Ramadan, the Lebanese designer who has garnered a dedicated following in the Gulf for her traditional aabaya robes, did embrace the unisex structured blazer, hers had blue ruffled overlays pouring out of the shoulder pads. Her "bridal" look was a galaxy-print ballgown with pockets and a black veil -- a far cry from the solid colours and long kaftans she is known for. "The Arab client is definitely changing," Ramadan said backstage, in biker boots studded with crystals. "She's changing in the way she's thinking. She's becoming simpler, someone who wants to shine more than the dress on her." The shows this week will also feature Mua Mua's hand-knit celebrity dolls, made in Bali by Italian designer Ludovica Virga. Arab Fashion Week, held twice a year, showcases only see-now-buy-now collections and pre-collections, as opposed to the traditional haute-couture model in which designs are delivered only months after they are ordered. (AFP)

Ferragamo profit falls 25 percent for nine month period

Thursday, November 16 2017

Ferragamo profit falls 25 percent for nine month period

| Thursday, 16 November 2017 As of 30 September 2017, the Salvatore Ferragamo Group posted total revenue of 1,005 million euros (1,884 million dollars), a 0.9 percent decrease against 9M 2016. The company said revenue growth at constant exchange rates was 0.2 percent. In the third quarter, total revenue amounted to 287 million euros (338 million dollars), down 5.5 percent, due to the negative impact of currencies, while sales rose 0.5 percent at constant exchange rates. In the nine month period, the gross profit decreased by 5.1 percent to 645 million euros (759 million dollars). The gross operating profit (EBITDA) decreased by 25.1 percent over the period, to 162 million euros (190 million dollars). Excluding the 3 million euros negative impact for the planned disposal of the subsidiary in India, the company said, EBITDA would total to 165 million euros (194 million dollars), down 23.7 percent against. 9M 2016. Retail channel witnesses growth, wholesale declines As of September 30, 2017, the group's retail network counted on a total of 687 points of sales, including 407 directly operated stores (DOS) and 280 third party operated stores (TPOS) in the wholesale and travel retail channel, as well as the presence in department stores and multi-brand specialty stores. In the nine months, the retail distribution channel posted consolidated revenues up by 1.2 percent or 2.9 percent at constant exchange rates in like-for-like sales. The company said that the wholesale channel, penalized by the destocking activity, the political tensions in South Korea and the strategic rationalization in Japan, registered a decrease in revenues of 4.7 percent both at current and constant exchange rates. Ferragamo sales rise 2.8 percent in its top market – Asia The Asia Pacific area, the group's top market in terms of revenues, saw a sales increase of 2.8 percent or 3.5 percent at constant exchange rates, despite the soft trend in South Korea, mostly due to the significant decrease of Chinese tourists, and the ongoing negative performance in Hong Kong. On the contrary, the retail channel in China recorded a revenue growth of 8.1 percent or 15.5 percent at constant exchange rates in the first nine months of 2017. Europe posted a decrease in revenues of 1.6 percent or 0.9 percent at constant exchange rates, with a positive performance for the retail channel and a negative trend for the wholesale business, negatively impacted by the destocking activity. North America recorded a revenue decrease of 4.3 percent or 3.3 percent at constant exchange rates, negatively impacted by the department stores sales. The Japanese market registered a 6.7 percent or 4 percent decrease at constant exchange rates due to the strategic rationalization of the wholesale channel, while the retail stores recorded a stable performance. Revenues in the Central and South America continued to grow, registering a 3.1 percent or 6.9 percent rise at constant exchange rates, decelerating in 3Q due to the earthquake in Mexico in September. Among the product categories, footwear posted a 1.2 percent decrease, handbags and leather accessories 0.6 percent, while fragrances saw a 3.2 percent increase. The profit before taxes amounted to 106 million euros (124 million dollars), a decline of 32.6 percent, while the net profit for the period was 79 million euros (93 million dollars), marking a 28.3 percent decrease. The group net profit was down 26.8 percent to 82 million euros (96 million dollars). Picture:Ferragamo website

Aaradhya Bachchan's already stealing style cues from mom Aishwarya

Thursday, November 16 2017

Aaradhya Bachchan's already stealing style cues from mom Aishwarya

Aaradhya Bachchan's already stealing style cues from mom Aishwarya With matching flower crowns By Elle Team The youngest Bachchan, Aaradhya turned 6 years old today. To commemorate the occasion, Abhishek Bachchan posted a photo to Instagram in which the little girl was taking style cues from her famous mother, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. We couldn't help but remember Aishwarya's stunning shoot for Prasad Naik a year ago, wearing a flower crown of roses and baby's breath. Aaradhya went for a party-friendly version of the look, with a pink floral headband complementing her pink dress. A post shared by Abhishek Bachchan (@bachchan) on Nov 15, 2017 at 11:15pm PST This isn't the first time Aaradhya has twinned with her famous mom. A post shared by Abhishek Bachchan (@bachchan) on Sep 1, 2017 at 3:14am PDT In matching Jaipur Pink Panthers sweatshirts A post shared by Abhishek Bachchan (@bachchan) on Aug 22, 2017 at 8:35pm PDT Mommy and me whites

3 make-up tricks Gigi Hadid uses to make her eyes pop

Wednesday, November 15 2017

3 make-up tricks Gigi Hadid uses to make her eyes pop

3 make-up tricks Gigi Hadid uses to make her eyes pop Easy peezy By Laura Capon November 15, 2017 SHARE At the UK launch of Gigi Hadid's new make-up collection with Maybelline, as well as talking us through the collection , the supermodel shared some of the make-up secrets she swears by, such as her handy concealer lip tip. Obviously Hadid is blessed with a lot of beautiful features to emphasise, but she revealed that the one feature she loves to play up is her eyes, and she has a few signature tricks she swears by Instagram: @gigihadid 1. Sunburnt Eyes While most of us just apply blusher on our cheeks, Hadid likes to wear hers on her eyes because she claims it gives her a 'sunburnt effect' which, perhaps ironically, makes her eyes look 'healthier'. She demonstrated this for us by blending the blusher from her Jetsetter palette in her crease, slightly above her eyeshadow. 2. Eye Contouring As well as strategically placed blusher, Hadid also swears by eye contouring. This involves wearing a light skin-toned (or slightly lighter) colour all over the eyelid, and then using a slightly darker shade just above her crease. Instagram: @gigihadid She explained that by keeping her lid light and putting her crease colour slightly higher, this makes her eyes appear bigger. 3. Baby Wings The last trick in Hadid's eye make-up arsenal is her trusty 'baby wings' Instagram: @gigihadid Tiny flicks of eyeliner or shadow just on the outer corner of her lashes make it look like she's wearing falsies, without having to fiddle around with that messy glue. Maybe Hadid should quit this modelling malarky and start giving make-up lessons.

Skechers hires John Vandemore as Chief Financial Officer

Thursday, November 16 2017

Skechers hires John Vandemore as Chief Financial Officer

Skechers USA has appointed John Vandemore to serve as Chief Financial Officer. The company said, this expansion of the Skechers executive team will allow David Weinberg—who had been filling both CFO and COO roles—to focus more attention on the company’s operations in support of its continued growth around the globe. Vandemore will report directly to Weinberg and is expected to assume his new position within the next few weeks. “With the pace of international growth we’ve been experiencing at Skechers, the addition of John means I can truly focus more attention on the rapidly growing segments of our international countries, as well as those that we see having strong potential,” said Weinberg in a statement, adding, “Our success brings with it the challenge of increased pressure on reporting and John’s experience, most notably at The Walt Disney Company and Mattel, is proof that he’ll be an essential asset to me and the senior team moving forward.” As the CFO of Skechers, the company added, Vandemore will be responsible for overseeing the company’s reporting and filing obligations before the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, and for directing the company’s overall financial policies, including accounting, budget, credit, insurance, tax, and treasury. “I started Skechers 25 years ago, and for that entire journey David Weinberg has been key in making this company the incredible success that it is today. With John handling CFO responsibilities, David will now have the bandwidth to travel and find opportunities to maximize our efficiencies around the globe,” added Robert Greenberg, Chief Executive Officer of Skechers. With more than two decades of business finance experience, Vandemore has served as executive vice president and division chief financial officer of Mattel Inc. Prior to that he was the chief financial officer and treasurer of International Game Technology Plc —a computerized gaming machine manufacturer. And he spent 12 years in operations and finance roles at The Walt Disney Company including five years as vice president and chief financial officer of Walt Disney Imagineering. Picture:Skechers website

Chanel just opened a members-only club in New York City

Wednesday, November 15 2017

Chanel just opened a members-only club in New York City

Chanel just opened a members-only club in New York City Here's how to get into the Coco Club By Sarah Bray November 15, 2017 SHARE Money can buy you as many Chanel bags and ballet flats as you want, but it can't afford you access into Chanel's newest venture: A club. This week in New York City's SoHo neighbourhood, Chanel opened the doors to its new members-only club, the Coco Club. Five floors above Mercer Street, you won't find any Chanel signage guiding the way up. Instead, try looking for a large doorman dressed in Parisian-chic black. The locker room at The Coco Club Once checked off the list and inside, you're instructed to pick up your gold membership card and have your official Chanel portrait taken for identification purposes. A post shared by Sarah Bray (@sarahamandabray) on Nov 10, 2017 at 7:52pm PST Then it's off to explore the space that's as elaborate and fantastical as a Chanel fashion show. As you can imagine, interlocking Cs are everywhere and on everything. Chanel-branded poker, pool, and ping-pong tables plus artisanal cocktails (with Chanel stirrers) and limitless bar snacks are intended to evoke an old school men's club vibe, but the pink decor, beauty touch-up room with Chanel makeup artists, and huge bottles of perfume in the bathroom are not. There's also a fashion book library and other rooms filled with surprises like a numerologist ready to calculate your future. Who, naturally, I asked, 'how many Chanel bags will I own in this lifetime?' to which she replied 'too many to count.' The library at the Coco Club Inside the Coco Club

5 colour combinations Deepika Padukone made us fall in love with

Wednesday, November 15 2017

5 colour combinations Deepika Padukone made us fall in love with

5 colour combinations Deepika Padukone made us fall in love with You should try these By Elle Team Deepika Padukone sets trends faster than we can keep up with, but the one fashion fact we love most about the star is her nose for super cool colour combinations that really play up Indian skin tones. So if you're tired of playing it safe with navy blue and white, or black and white, or navy blue and black with the occasional red thrown in for variety, you should pay attention. Here's a colour-coded breakdown of Deepika's photogenic wardrobe choices, dreamt up by superstylist Shaleena Nathani which you should shamelessly steal. Hot pink and purple @deepikapadukone for #padmavatipromotions wearing @prabalgurung shoes @aquazzura hair and makeup @danielbauermakeupandhair A post shared by Shaleena Nathani (@shaleenanathani) on Nov 15, 2017 at 4:33am PST Yes, we can hear you murmuring, "but won't I look like an mutant baingan?" Not if you contrast textures, play with dramatic silhouettes and keep your hair and make-up look minimal. Confidence is key to pulling off any look, and the only person you need to convince is the one staring back at you from the mirror. Red and hot pink A post shared by Shaleena Nathani (@shaleenanathani) on Aug 11, 2017 at 2:25am PDT We're seeing Deepika's predilection for pink, and we can't blame her. The heart-stopping shade — referred to as rani pink in your local cloth shop — was basically invented to pop on dusky Indian skin, which explains why it's a de facto part of any Indian bridal trousseau. Gunmetal and olive green A post shared by Shaleena Nathani (@shaleenanathani) on Nov 6, 2016 at 5:33pm PST Olive green makes desi skin glow like you've given yourself an hour-long (olive) oil massage. Choose gunmetal instead of stark black to bring out the softness of the hue. Blush and maroon A post shared by Shaleena Nathani (@shaleenanathani) on Oct 20, 2016 at 9:46am PDT Blush is the new neutral, so don't be afraid to get creative. Camel and mustard A post shared by Shaleena Nathani (@shaleenanathani) on Jun 30, 2017 at 1:15am PDT Nope, not the name of an alt-rock band. That camel trenchcoat is the perfect foil to a tone-on-tone mustard ensemble paired with caramel leather shoes. Deepika looks like a freshly baked Danish pastry and we are hungry and here for it.