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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsMen's fashion is a constantly evolving platform. Proving just that, at the Lotus Fashion Week 2019, we saw a bunch of designers who showcased stellar menswear collections. Here are two interesting designers we really liked from the show: 1. Manoviraj Khosla Called the 'Kaleidoscopia', Manoviraj Khosla's collection is a fusion of the elements of a resplendent garden: from the glorious flowers to quaint butterflies, the collection celebrates colour, prints and embroidery symptomatic of the beauties of nature imbibed in masculine sensibility. © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing Interesting elements like metallic foil prints, sublimation and embroidered jackets and shoes give the collection a dynamic feel. 2. Komal & Ratul Sood This collection was a whirlwind of variant textures and play of prints to curate designs fit for a man not shy of experimenting with his wardrobe silhouettes. Puffed sleeves with vests, print on print, velvet bandhgalas and asymmetrical kurtas are a few of the fascinating designs that were a part of this collection. © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsFor years, movies have shown men rolling up their sleeves right before having a fist fight or when they are about to do something super serious. In reality, that might not be the case. Men often do this without any specific intention and for the purpose of practicality or simply to display a casual attitude. Don't get us wrong, we're not saying there is one 'right' way of rolling up your shirt sleeves. We're just saying there is more than one way to do so. This is to help you understand the art of sleeve rolling and why it's necessary. When done properly, this could make or break your entire look. So, here are 3 ways to roll up your shirt sleeves: 1. The Quick Roll © instagram/ishabhansali This method is for the lads under a time crunch. It is for a quick restroom trip to wash your hands or if you're worried about hitting your sleeve into some sauce while having lunch at work or elsewhere. To do this, undo all the buttons on your sleeve and turn the cuff up just under your elbow. Fold the edge of the cuff by flipping it down into the cuff so it's tucked in and lastly, roll the sleeve up by folding it over itself. This should save your sleeve from stains and act as the perfect quick-fix. 2. The Basic Roll © instagram/shahidkapoor Some call it the 'Beginner Roll', this method is the intuitive way to roll up one's sleeves. This is a particularly good style to use when multiple layers are involved, such as a light sweater underneath. Unbutton the cuff and any buttons further up the sleeve and flip the cuff back and inside out. Fold the fabric over once, hiding the cuff behind the band of the sleeve. Tuck the corners of the cuff properly. You can easily do it with a dress shirt, a kurta or a denim jacket and it would do you justice. 3. The High Roll © vickykaushal09 This sleeve roll is the way to go when you want to switch your look from office to casual real quick. This also comes in handy while doing some heavy duty lifting or manual work. The basic way is to roll your sleeves above the elbow. The best way to go about it is to roll your sleeves before putting the shirt on. Unbutton the shirt cuff and any buttons and flip the cuff back inside out. Fold back and use the cuff to set the width. Until the band of rolled cloth is just below your elbow, keep folding till you should get your desired look. Such a minute little detail can affect your look majorly. Now use this knowledge and put your best self forward!