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Katrina Kaif (born Katrina Turquotte on 16 July 1983 is a British Indian actress and former model who appears in Indian films, mainly in the Hindi film industry. She has also appeared in Telugu and Malayalam films. Being a British citizen, she works in India on an employment visa.

 Kaif made her acting debut in 2003 with Kaizad Gustad's box office bomb Boom. The following year, she starred in the Telugu romantic comedy Malliswari, which emerged a financial success. In 2007, she earned commercial success in Bollywood with Vipul Shah's Namastey London and later earned recognition for playing glamorous roles in male-centric films such as Partner (2007), Race (2007) and Singh Is Kinng (2008); 
 all of which were box office successes. Kaif subsequently played more prominent roles in films like New York (2009), Rajneeti (2010), Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011), and Ek Tha Tiger (2012, the third highest-grossing Bollywood film).[8] Despite earning mixed reviews from critics for her acting prowess, she has established herself as a commercially successful actress of Hindi cinema.

Fashion Challenge: Name This Garment (PHOTOS)

We've seen some weird creations hit the runway at Rosemount Australian Fashion Week, but this garment stole the show. Part of the collection designed by Hussy (yes, we're serious), it's strapless, sparkly, half-dress, half-harem pants with the legs amputated. We don't even know what to call it. The best suggestion so far? Sumo Sparkle Suit.

What would you call it? And would you ever wear this?

Latest Office Fashion - Coral lips-updated

Beauty trends don't have quite the same impact on office fashion as, say, a shoe-bootie or see-through blouse. This is because it's generally assumed that most women understand the difference between their day and night looks when it comes to hair and makeup.
For some, the difference is barely noticeable (a smokier eye , a darker lip), whereas others go big or stay home (think false lashes, glittery lids, over-the-top extensions). 

So the news that dewy cheeks or blue shadow liner are having a moment never really penetrates 9-to-5 culture unless the looks are subtle enough to avoid raising superiors' eyebrows.
Still, trends do emerge that fall into that grey area between work and play.
This spring, it's the optimistically orange lip. On the Proenza Schouler runway, the shade was a zesty blood orange, while Missoni took a softer coral-coloured approach. The makeup artists for Prada and Sonia Rykiel did not hold back in going orange-licious. Unsurprisingly, Hollywood's early adopters – Maggie Gyllenhaal, Chloe Sevigny and Leighton Meester – have already been spotted with juicy fresh lips. It's certainly a look that lends itself to the red carpet.
But what about the office? As a test, try softer cantaloupe and papaya hues before going full-on Fanta. If you're going to buy only one tube, try MAC's Morange, which will work for most skin tones. (Honourable mention goes to YSL's Rouge Volupé in Orange Shiver.)

A gloss such as Makeup Forever's Electric Orange or Stila's Mango Crush stain is less committal.
Whatever shade or finish you choose, keep all other makeup to a minimum (except perhaps for a dusting of bronzer to play up the sun-kissed glow). Even your typical eye routine should be toned down. For this reason alone, orange lips are ideal for those with little time in the morning.
The goal, over all, is to avoid any comments from colleagues that sound passive-aggressive, as in, “Did you just eat an orange Popsicle?”
You can almost be sure, though, that some joker is going to crack wise with a line like “Orange you glad you wore lipstick today?”
But if you've brightened the day of even one person at work, consider your job well done.

Delhi to get its own couture week

Come July, and the capital will get its own couture week, Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) president Sunil Sethi said on Thursday.
The organisers are currently scouting for hotels and venues across the city for the couture week. While the sponsors have been finalised, they shall be announced at a formal ceremony soon.
"We need to make a format for the event. So in a week, the formal announcement will be made. But it is confirmed the event will take place in July,"
Sethi told IANS.
"One thing I can assure you is this fashion week will be on a very big level and the selection of designers will be very stringent," he added.
The couture week will be held for not more than five days, with 10-12 shows in all, according to Sethi, who promises that it will be an extravaganza.
Keeping in tune with the HDIL Couture Week, which will have its third season later this year in Mumbai, the sets of the shows at the capital's couture week too will be elaborate. This will give only select designers a chance to showcase their high-end collections.
"Couture needs the environment and a designer gets a platform to showcase his or her creativity at the highest level. Couture is all about bespoke designs. So we are looking forward to making it a grand affair."
Delhi has been host to 15 editions of the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW), and one edition of the Delhi Fashion Week (DFW) and the Van Heusen India Men's Week (VHIMW).
But a couture week which could showcase high-end, exclusive, custom-made designer wear, was lacking in the city.

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