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  1. Lakme Fashion Week has been a great platform to showcase the best collections from all over the country. With an array of celebrities being their muse, the designers put their best work forward each year. Kicking the season off with their spring/summer 2019 collection in association with the mega textile brand 'Grado', Ashish Soni's work is an ode to the 'New Age' man. The use of colour is commendable and the perfect way to add some pizzaz to your wardrobe. The fabric and colour range from Grado is perfect for the look and feel of the collection. Spanning across a range of diverse occasions such as office wear, formals, resort, casuals, sporty and ethnic, this collection is all about utility with style. Here are 10 outfits from Ashish Soni's collection at LFW that would inspire you to experiment with colour in your wardrobe: © Viral Bhayani Different shades of blue are bound to beat the fashion blues. This two-piece suit decked in windowpane checks is edgy and classy. © Viral Bhayani Nothing like some colour block action to make a sure-shot style statement. The black and beige suit in cove check print acts as the perfect canvas for the asymmetrical neck shirt underneath. The pop of colour with the pink dress-shirt and the yellow bomber jacket looks like perfection. © Viral Bhayani A lounge suit in pin checks with a monotone colour scheme is giving us super chill vibes! Absolutely love the touch of mint colour with a the dress-shirt and the unique *****-bow collar. Multi-colour open toe sandals complete the look. © Viral Bhayani We love the play of colour here with red and pink dancing in merriment. The pink kurta with an asymmetric hemline gives a new spin to the urban-desi vibe! The use of a single-breasted coat to enhance the colour effect is a huge plus. © Viral Bhayani This olive number is a gem on its own. Paired well with an angrakha style striped shirt and camouflage slip-ons, this outfit is a big yay! The lapel detailing and the wide-legged trousers are comfort and style max. © Viral Bhayani Who would've thought a solid orange coloured suit with something as basic as a white kurta underneath would look so elegant and chic. Amplified Indian-wear for the modern man, indeed. © Viral Bhayani This blush pink number is perfect for a wedding by the beach which requires taking one's shirt off. Well, this outfit doesn't even require a shirt. Handy much? Gorgeous all check pattern in powder blue and pink, a three-piece with hot pink button details and a scarf around the neck makes the outfit stand out. Millennial pink done right, tropical style! © Viral Bhayani A bold choice of colour is all you need to make heads turn. A classic two-piece silhouette re-structured for the modern man. The intense raspberry colour adds the oomph quotient to the outfit. Addition of a basic longline kurta underneath is a great way to accentuate the bold outerwear and keep it desi-chic at the same time. © Viral Bhayani This two-piece suit with flared trousers is the way to go when you want to up your style quotient and stay comfy. The cornflower blue adds a great dash of colour. The black and white checkered kurta underneath acts as a great way to break the monotony. © Viral Bhayani When it comes to the art of making the perfect cocktail of Indian and western wear, Ashish Soni is unbeatable. This hazelnut beige bandhgala with flared ankle-length pants and a longline kurta with blue floral details is definitely one to make a statement. Paired with leather open toe sandals, this one is a game-changer. Targeted and dedicated to the likes and choices of the well-travelled, modern global man, Ashish Soni is serving class on a plate!
  2. So here i am with great new tutorial for you! get started> Goto AdminCP > Themes > EDIT HTML/CSS and search for custom.css in CSS Tab And add the below line of code /** * Chatbox Mention Color */ .ipsApp .ipsDataItem_new, .ipsApp .ipsDataItem_success { background-color: #336fe8; } you can change the color > background-color: #hexcolor; Enjoy the tuto!
  3. Bollywood has a stellar fan base that extends all over the globe. Doesn’t matter if you are an Armenian or a German speaking European fan, anyone and everyone loves our B-town products. Fabienne Menoud , a nurse in Haiti is no different. She loves everything Bollywood and is an ardent fan, but she is still shamed for the same. © Facebook Fabienne Menoud expressed her plight and the kind of discrimination she faces as a Bollywood fan. “I am a girl from Haiti and have been a fan of Bollywood since I was 14 years old. I discovered Bollywood through my lessons at school and with the movie ‘Bend it like Beckham’. I am now 26 and my passion for Bollywood has only increased with time. If I decided to write an open letter today, it is to point out the challenges in being a Bollywood fan of another ethnicity. I have at least 100 CDs of Indian movies, several Hindi learning books and some on Indian culture and travelling to India. I also convinced my mother to add three Indian channels in our TV box because of my love for Bollywood movies and Koffee with Karan. © Facebook However, I am sad to say that it is not easy for me to be a Bollywood fan. I had many bad experiences where people did not take my love for Bollywood seriously because of my ethnicity and color. For instance, when a famous star was shooting for the pilot of her show abroad; I went to meet her along with my cousin. We were the only black people in the line. A guy from her team came to us and began questioning us. He asked how we know of the star! I was shocked as he did not believe that we are genuine fans of hers. Another time, I went to IIFA, Madrid and was attending a presscon on behalf of a French media house where I was working. A lady looked at me in a strange way and began questioning me. Though I explained I am from the media, she gave me queer looks. At the end of the presscon when I asked a couple of celebrities for pictures, they just walked away. I was shocked and wondered why it happened! © Facebook During the interviews at IIFA, each celeb was in a room were media could interview them for a few moments. Imagine my shock when the bodyguard let everyone enter except me. People behaved strangely all through the event. They would look at me, laugh at me and some kid even tried to kick me. My friend and I were the only two black people there and we felt terrible being left out like that. When I went to watch ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ recently, people were staring at me like I was an animal! See, there are no rules about who should love what! My passion is India, I love listening to Bollywood songs. I love Deepika Padukone and have a t-shirt of her. I love Indian food, I’m learning Hindi and I’m black, Haitian and proud! You should be proud that people like me like your country, your culture, your industry. That we want to meet you to tell you that we love you! Do not look at us in a weird way just because of our skin color.” Where is the rule that explains that you cannot like something because of your skin color? We should be glad that people from other countries love Bollywood as much as we do, right?
  4. This is the support topic for the tutorial How to change forum theme(skin). 11/26/2016 04:59 PM = The date the tutorial was added 11/26/2016 04:59 PM = The date the tutorial was updated Please post here if you have any questions or feedback.
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