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Showing posts from February, 2022

Rockport, Massachusetts

With the invention of science and technology, everything is accessible and achievable, but there are some places synced in modernity that uphold the old world and era gone by. And you just relive the yesteryears visiting them. Rockport, Massachusetts is such a place engulfed in the coastline with quintessential New-England charm. About 40 miles north from Boston encircled by the Atlantic at the tip of the Cape Ann peninsula. There are beaches, galleries, quaint shops, eateries, and the festive feel throughout the town is irresistible.  Motif#1 One of the most iconic to Rockport and photographers-painters dream full of character and charm. Motif#1 was tarnished in the 1978 blizzard but in the same year, the replica was completed. One of the most seemingly painted houses in the world. An active fishing village this picturesque building is set against the backdrop of water vistas of the harbor. The choice is yours, want to take pictures, canvas, or heart it forever. Different timing of

Newyork Fashion Week diary and Sanjukta Dutta's "Alphool"

  Attending one of the Big 4 fashion weeks (New York, London, Milan, Paris) is on every fashion blogger's or fashion affectionado's bucket list. Check-in into the prestigious NYFW in Global Fashion Collective Fall/Winter 2022 was an experience of a lifetime. This year, Global Fashion Collective in NYFW F/W 2022 featured three designers - Luis Corrales, Sanjukta Dutta, and Young-Eun Lee.  Here, I am psyched up covering my birth state and India's ardent designer, Sanjukta Dutta. Seen in celebrities like Priyanka Chopra, Mary Kom,  and Britain's Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton to masses in Assam, who have brought Mekhela Chadar from the sublime land of Assam to the Global Frontiers. Witnessing her immaculate and artful collection Alphool in NYFW F/W 2022 was my moment of pride and pleasure.  Engineer turned fashion designer Sanjukta's designs always speak volumes of creativity and indigenousness. Using a splash of vivid colors and patterns, a