The first Monday of May is reserved for one thing and one thing alone – Vogue’s Annual Met Gala. It’s the one evening when celebrities descend upon the steps of the Met Museum decked out in whatever theme the Costume Institute is displaying for that year. While some people at the StyleCracker HQ thought the theme could very well be Game of Thrones this year (after scrolling through Instagram this morning),
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Fashion Revolution day
It’s the day to ask yourself #WhoMadeMyClothes – two years ago today, the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh collapsed and took the lives of over a thousand factory workers. To commemorate this loss, today you could turn your clothes inside out, as its Fashion Revolution day’s way of asking us to remember the people who worked hard at making our clothes.
12 days to go until the pure epicness that will be the 4th SC Borough, and we are talking to the designers who’re just as excited for 15th November to arrive as we are! SC chatted with talented designer Nisha Sainani and she told us about her take on style, the best fashion advice she’s ever received and her current celebrity crush (bring on the giggles!) .
SC’s compilation of style news that you might have missed last couple of weeks.
Dia Mirza tied the knot with long time partner, Sahil Sangha, last week. She wore a gorgeous blue gota patti lehenga from Anita Dongre for her Sangeet ceremony, and a Ritu Kumar sharara for the wedding.
A new book charting the life of aristocratic style goddess Marella Agnelli is released and it’s written by the diva herself,
If the East coast has the Oscars, then the West coast has fashion’s biggest night, the Met Gala. What started out as a benefit for the Metropolitan Museum, New York, has turned into the most anticipated event of the season. Did we mention that each year marks the inauguration of a special exhibit and includes a cocktail hour and formal dinner?