The Cost Of Ayushmann’s Super Long & Extra-Loose Lounge Pants Is Making Us Sweat Profusely

When it comes to fashion and style, Ayushmann Khurrana has been unstoppable. Leave it up to him to break the sartorial norms and he certainly won’t disappoint. Ayushmann and his stylist Isha Bhansali, have been working on a whole new level when it comes to putting together a look for him. Take his recent airport ensemble for example, when he wore a kitschy outfit and teamed it with one of the most expensive backpacks we have seen in a while.



a man standing in a room: © Viral Bhayani


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Khurrana is known for picking unconventional scripts and the same goes for his fashion sense as well. Hence, recently when he made an appearance at the airport, we weren’t quite surprised. His ensemble looked like a perfect mix of street-style, normcore outfit, but the joggers he wore were anything but basic.

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Uniteable Launches Inclusive Clothing Brand

Uniteable is launching an inclusive fashion line today.

The Austin, Texas-based brand, which will start with two styles of women’s pants for the launch, is designed for amputees, the chronically ill and women in wheelchairs. “It’s a very underserved market, and the primary audience for our product is in the disabled community,” said Brittany Burke, founder and CEO of Uniteable Inclusion Fashion.

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According to Burke, the company is on a mission to create a movement of inclusivity while providing fashionable, functional clothing for various body types and needs.

The first pant style is an adaptive skinny pant created to serve amputees who require access to their prosthetics, as well as the chronically ill so they can have overall easy dressing solutions. The second is a seated flare designed with wheelchair users in mind. The skinny is available in black and charcoal gray, and the seated flare in

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A Breakdown of the High-Fashion Moments

BTS made their highly anticipated “MTV Unplugged” debut Tuesday night, bringing their signature, high-fashion, coordinating style to the performance.

The hit K-pop group, comprised of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook, looked to major fashion houses like Ralph Lauren, Gucci and Thom Browne for their performance, which was filmed in Seoul, South Korea.

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BTS performed five songs during the “MTV Unplugged” performance, including tracks from their 2020 album “Be” like “Telepathy,” “Blue & Grey,” “Dynamite” and “Life Goes On.” They also sang a surprise cover of Coldplay’s “Fix You.”

For “Life Goes On,” BTS wore matching Polo Ralph Lauren suits in varying shades of brown and coordinating fabrics and textures, such as a mixed plaid and houndstooth suit jacket and a brown suede suit jacket.

BTS later wore Gucci for their performance of “Telepathy,” which was staged in a living

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A year into pandemic, Milan fashion week stays virtual

Fashionistas will have to log on to soak up the glamour at Milan Fashion Week, which remains online a year after the coronavirus first swept into northern Italy. 



a person wearing a costume: Armani was forced to move its show at the February 2020 Milan Fashion Week behind closed doors as coronavirus took hold in nearby Codogno


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Armani was forced to move its show at the February 2020 Milan Fashion Week behind closed doors as coronavirus took hold in nearby Codogno

No sharply dressed crowds will attend the extravaganza’s opening on Wednesday: it’s virtual catwalk shows only, with the likes of Armani and Prada presenting new women’s collections for autumn and winter 2021-22.



Kim Jones posing for the camera: Celebrated British menswear designer Kim Jones is due to present his first ready-to-wear collection for Fendi


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Celebrated British menswear designer Kim Jones is due to present his first ready-to-wear collection for Fendi

The word “coronavirus” was just starting to pop up in conversations among members of the global style elite as they gathered for the February 2020 edition of Milan Fashion Week.

Italy’s first outbreak was taking hold in Codogno, an hour’s drive away. That

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