Spring has officially arrived, saying good-bye to all deep floral-suffused, spicy fragrances and lush ambers behind which are truly a trademark of chilly winters. Spring is all about brighter and lighter invigorating, clean perfumes and musks that can give you a feel of spring blossoms. We have listed the top10 fragrances which are perfect to complement the fresh, flowery feel of spring.


A sensational bouquet of white flowers including white hyacinth, narcissus, white iris and magnolia with a hint of warm vanilla, orange zest and sandalwood, LOVE IN WHITE by CREED is a perfect blend of bliss and aroma. Priced at £165 for 75ml, CREED falls under the expensive category of perfumes; however, the quality offered by this staple is absolutely worth the price.


Influenced by the scent of fresh-selected flowers drenched in morning dew, Floral Drops by Dolce & Gabbana smells as magnificent as it looks. The product incorporates airy florals such as narcissus, neroli and water lily.


Very reasonably priced at £58.50 for 50ml, Love Story by Chloé is a light yet delightful scent for everyday use. Infusing delicate and floral orange blossoms, cedarwood and sweet jasmine, the Cholé Love Story is a contemporary take on the Eau de Parfum version of the original Love Story.


The fresh amazing blend of vanilla and roses, Giorgio Armani’s SI is an ideal pick for those looking for an earthy, feminine scent.


Hugo Boss Woman is an epicure mix of peach, berry and black tea that comes with a tinge of white lily and an ocean air twist, a perfect seductive fusion of delicacy and refinement. The product is priced at $72.


Smooth and enchanting, Jo Malone Orris Sandalwood cologne intense is the spring fragrance for those who admire unusual, unique scents. Floral yet woody, this intense cologne priced at £105 is absolutely sensuous and earthy. A must-have fragrance this spring indeed!


Atkinsons is the more traditional fragrance house operating since 1799. The Rose in wonderland by Atknisons is priced at £120. This excitable blend of the classic scent element, the rose, is extraordinary and alluring. The product is perfect for those who love radical and twisted edge to their fragrances.


Liquid Cashmere by Donna Karan preserves the original subtleness catered by the brand’s iconic cashmere mist, however adds zesty notes of crisp bergamot and succulent mandarin. Liquid cashmere is an exquisite essence of Turkish rose petals, jasmine and orange flowers.


Very fairly priced Daisy Dream Blush by Marc Jacobs is an ideal spring-time fragrance. Priced at £54, this energizing scent is a mix of freesia and rose along with clean musks.


Priced at £15 for 10ml, Lyla by Ted Baker is an ideal yet affordable choice for everyday use. An amazing fusion of bergamot , sweetness of grapefruits and tanginess of peaches with a jasmine and rose base is a perfect floral-citrus amalgamate.

The scent we wear describes everything about our personality. Select your spring fragrance collection carefully and live your dreams fragrantly.



On the Hollywood calendar, there is no night bigger than the Oscars when celebrities dress their best. Academy award is certainly the most distinguished award in the showbiz. No red-carpet cherishes such popularity, or scrutiny, and no occasion offers a guest list as superstars studded as the Oscars.

In fact the Red Carpet of Oscars is no less than the main event itself. The highlights of the trends of the night in this year’s 88th Academy Awards were magnificent gowns and opulent jewels worth millions. Let’s have a look at some of our favorite red-carpet looks which were both breathtaking and amazing.

Alicia Vikander’s Princess Look

The Sweden-based star Alicia Vikander appeared just like a Disney pricess Bella. She was looking absolutely enchanting in off-shoulder yellow hued attire designed exclusively by Louis Vuitton. She was also took home the best supporting actress award for her movie ‘The Danish Girl’.

Charismatic Charlize Theron

When it comes to unmatched styling, nothing beats the Mad Max: Fury Road heartthrob Charlize Therone. She looked absolutely stunning in her sensuous red hot Dior gown on the Red Carpet. Not to forget her exquisite jewelry that was designed by Harry Winston.

Mesmerizing Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Garner, the famous actress cum producer literally rocked the 2016 Oscar’s Red Carpet in her Atelier Versace designed black gown. And we just loved the Rene Caovilla crafted heels that complimented her entire look perfectly.

Gorgeous Gaga

We all love Lady Gaga for her incredible singing and performing talent. But after the Oscars 2016, we can’t resist adding her to our list of the most stylish celebrities as well. She was looking absolutely exotic in her off-shoulder Brandon Maxwell outlined pant dress. Unlike her previous bold and audacious looks, she tried subtle look this time and nailed it flawlessly.

Ravishing Rooney Mara

Nominated in the category of best actress in supporting role, Rooney Mara looked like a gorgeous Greek Goddess. Givenchy designed outfit coupled with footwear by Stuart Weitzman are enough reasons to applaud her for the extraordinary style taste.

Pretty Priyanka

The Bold Bollywood icon and the Quantico heartthrob Priyanka Chopra looked captivating in her Zuhair Murad attire.


Beautiful Brie Larson

The multitalented Brie Larson stunned everyone in her Gucci crafted blue attire paired well with Niwaka designed jewelry. Beautiful Brie was also awarded the best actress (leading role) for her movie Room.

Magnificent Jennifer Lawrence

Nominated as the best actress in leading role for Joy, Jennifer Lawrence literally mesmerized everyone with her eye-catching black feathery attire by Dior Haute Couture. Her perfectly done makeup along with alluring hairstyle looked absolutely seductive. . We think that it was the dress that made her more than fashionably late.


Captivating Kate Winslet

The forever Titanic heartthrob, Kate Winslet amazed everyone with her beautifully designed black off-shoulder outfit by Ralph Lauren. She was nominated for the award of Actress in supporting role for Steve Jobs.


We know that the Academy Awards event ended up with full glamour and allure; however the Red Carpet magnificence seems to continue the whole year. You can also take cue from your favorite star’s style picks and plan a celebrity-influenced wardrobe.



Spring/summer 2016 fashion shows have officially concluded. There were highs as well as lows, however, the most significant element in abundance was the emergence of innumerable trends – in fact a whole lot of them.

The biggest trend that we had witnessed on 2015 runways was the revival of 70’s and this year seems no exception. On PFW runways we observed the return of various old trends with a contemporary twist, the constancy of leather jackets and a few of the last year’s hottest trends. Those who are not much smitten with the fashions from the past, there were heaps of modern styles as well.

Scroll down to have a recap on this year’s spring/summer trends at Paris Fashion Week 2016.

Audacious Ruffles

Ruffles is the most prominent trend that we witnessed in all of the four fashion capitals. However, the Paris-based stylists engraved their own mark on this the trend for summer/spring 2016 with exotic strokes and lots of layers. From contemporary ruffles to fanciful sheer fabrics, ruffles are in-vogue for spring. Olivier Rousteing at Balmain employed the style on sensuous looks fashioned for her Balmain army. Dries Van Noten played with ruffles in a more innovative way, giving it a 3D effect which looked mesmerizing and pretty. The trend of ravishing ruffles at Sarah Jane Burton’s collection portrayed a soft, romantic style.

Bold Bra Tops

For the Spring/Summer 2016 runways, the fashion stylists focused on undershirts as daywear. The fashion weeks in New York and Milan were more about slip dresses. However, in Paris, the trend of bra tops literally rocked the spring/summer 2016 ramps. The models also showcased the style with some layering. But essentially, summers 2016 will be more skin showing than the previous years. The style was exhibited by Mugler, who coupled the bra tops with high-waist pants to achieve a phenomenal seductive look. In addition, Alexander Wang’s presentation for Balenciaga also displayed some light-hued bra tops accompanied by long robes.

Gamine Trend

Gender-neutral dressing is absolutely not new on the ramps. The summer/spring 2016 fashion shows in Paris featured stylists that brought the menswear influenced looks to the limelight. From slouchy pants to tuxedo jackets, gamine trend was everywhere on the ramps. The designers who exhibited gamine style at PFW include Alber Elbaz from Lanvin, British fashion designer Phoebe Philo and Hedi Slimane.


The Luxurious Leather Jackets

Leather jackets are timeless and it is definitely not a new trend. For spring/summer 2016, Paris-based stylists took the conventional leather jackets to the next level. The highlight of the PFW 2016 was the cropped version of the ageless leather jackets. In addition, the Louis Vuitton displayed beautifully embellished jackets that grabbed the attention of everyone. Not to forget Hedi Slimane who rocked the traditional style with her amazingly applied zipper and fringe approach.


Summer is almost around the corner and it is definitely high time to take a hint from this year’s fashion weeks to design a style-suffused wardrobe for you. Wear the trends and rock the upcoming summers in ultimate style.