Here’s what Soha Ali Khan’s pink tracksuit costs, in mushy pics with Kunal Kemmu

Weekend night outs in the comfort of PJs never looked this glamorous as Bollywood actor-writer Soha Ali Khan‘s in latest mushy pictures with hubby Kunal Kemmu. The fashion queen of co-ord tracksuits served an off-duty aesthetic in a pink sparkling lioness sweatshirt and joggers as she stepped out for a party night with friends and raised the bar of athleisure wear goals as she posed with Kunal for intimate pictures.

Taking to her social media handle, Soha shared a slew of pictures where she was seen welcoming the weekend night in a carefree manner but not without her sartorial elegance. The pictures featured her posing with Kunal and friends while dolled up in a pink co-ord set.

Perfect for the modern women, the fleece sweatshirt looked stylish and comfortable, the most desirable combination, and came in a baby pink colour along with a crewneck. Sported a hand embroidered lion

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Are Fashion Nova Reviews Fake? Company Fined by FTC for Hiding Reviews

Fashion Nova, an erstwhile brand collaborator to artists Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, is in hot water over alleged efforts to suppress negative reviews of its products online.

The fast fashion juggernaut is being fingered by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for filtering consumer feedback on its e-commerce site — and settling the issue will come with a hefty fine, Sourcing Journal reported this week.

The FTC, which is tasked with protecting consumers and businesses from deceptive or anti-competitive practices, revealed Tuesday that the Vernon, Calif.-based e-tailer will be required to pay $4.2 million for misrepresenting shopper sentiments about its apparel and accessories. The case is the first in the commission’s history to challenge a company for concealing unfavorable reviews posted to its website.

The complaint alleges Fashion Nova worked with a third-party online product review management platform to suppress shopper product ratings lower than four stars out

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L.A. Fashion Week Set for April With New Owner

L.A. Fashion Week at the Petersen Automotive Museum, returning April 1, is hoping for an even bigger future with new owner N4XT Experiences.

The global tech and events company launched in 2022 by former Fenty chief creative officer Ciarra Pardo, Spring Place president and co-founder Imad Izemrane, and entertainment and finance veterans Marcus Ticotin, Keith Abell and Jackie Trebilcock has purchased the event for an undisclosed sum.

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“With the N4XT Experiences team behind us, we believe LAFW is poised to become a major global fashion week, as Los Angeles continues its evolution into a fashion powerhouse,” said Arthur Chipman, who has produced the mix of in-season and preview-season runway shows over several days each October and April since 2018 at the Petersen Automotive Museum among the vintage cars and on its expansive roof deck.

The new stakeholders are betting on tech, off-runway events and buzzy designers to

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Paris Couture Week 2022: Celebrity Street Style

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