Nirvana’s ‘Come as you are, as you were, as I want you to be / as a friend, as a friend, as an old enemy ...’ was the exciting opening song for Elie Saab’s Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2015/2016 show.
Our concept of style is heavily burdened with the prerequisite norm to change it whenever possible. After all, it’s a good thing to do.
When we were young, we kept hearing our mothers instructing us to stand up straight, stop squinting, limit our sugar intake and so on.
Newspapers, magazines and television programs overwhelm us with all kinds of information about hair, skin, nail care, diet and exercise programs but very little concerns our feet.
DUBAI: Three quarters of moms are reportedly unhappy with their body, in the age of the “Yummy Mummy” In Dubai, where numbers of plastic surgeons per capita top the charts, increasing numbers of wo
Traditions run deep in our cultures, going back to hundreds of years, we’ve grown accustomed to them and by time, they evolve to match the flow of time.
Eid is just around the corner. It is that time of the year when everyone should look their absolute best. Perfect hair, makeup, clothes and a smile is all you need to dazzle this Eid.
The history of the thobe has long been documented throughout the ages as the official dress code for males in the Arab world.
Ramadan is the month of giving and Eid is the perfect ending to this holy jolly month. Eid is the best opportunity to show you love for your loved ones, weather it was a memory or something to keep.
What makes women happy? If there was ever a million-dollar question, this would be it. Scientists have unsuccessfully tried to answer it.
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