Home Fashion Trends Fashion Trends Devika Tripathi By Devika Tripathi | on May 5, 2021 Mother's Day is around the corner and we are sure you would want to make it a special day for her. Of course, you can make it special by wishing her and spending quality time with her. You can cook for your mother too and give her a gift that would make her day even more special. So, when it comes to gift ideas, we have a perfect suggestion for you if your mother loves draping sarees. You got it right, saree is the gift idea for the day. However, if your mother is a saree-enthusiast, she must be having a particular style or taste in sarees. So, depending on the kind of saree that she prefers, we have curated five sarees for Mother's Day 2021. If She Loves The Maximalist Trend Well, your mother might love the maximalist trend and prefer those heavy and elaborate sarees over those light and minimal ones. If that's the case … [Read more...] about Mother’s Day 2021: Top 5 Saree-Gift Ideas Depending On The Kind Of Saree Your Mother Likes
UPDATE: Making The Cut , hosted by Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum , returns to Amazon for season two July 16 with a lineup of 10 designers vying for the top prize. Amazon also revealed that Insecure and Queen & Slim designer Shiona Turini and Prabal Gurung will guest judge season two looks, joining judges Jeremy Scott and supermodel Winnie Harlow . Details about the season 2 competitors can be found below: Ally Ferguson (Los Angeles, California): Ally Ferguson has over 15 years of experience in the fashion industry, learning from iconic brands such as G Star Raw, Ed Hardy and Field Scout, to name a few. In 2016, the Los Angeles native founded Seeker, a gender and age-inclusive, locally sourced, sustainable, organic hemp fashion label. Seeker was developed as an experiment after Ferguson was inspired by experiencing other cultures while traveling. Ferguson is enamored with the beauty of simplicity, which inspired Seeker’s ethos to provide low-impact organic garments … [Read more...] about ‘Making The Cut’: Amazon Unveils Season 2 Premiere Date, Contestant Lineup & Guest Judges – Update
Push for the Playoffs will run every morning through the end of the 2020-21 NHL season. We’ll highlight the current playoff picture in both conferences, take a look at what the first-round matchups might look like, see who’s leading the race for the best odds in the draft lottery and more. It was only about two weeks ago that making the playoffs seemed as if it was going to be a major challenge for the Blues. They were stuck in a massive slump that saw them lose 15 out of 20 games, they were facing a tough remaining schedule, and a couple of teams (Arizona and San Jose for a brief stretch) had started to gain some major ground on them. Things can change rapidly, and they have for the Blues. They enter Wednesday night with an opportunity to clinch a playoff spot with a win over the Ducks and some help elsewhere within the division (Arizona has to also beat LA in regulation). It is a sudden turnaround for the Blues who enter the night having won five out of their past six … [Read more...] about Push For The Playoffs: Blues look to clinch playoff spot
The province just west of Manitoba, with equivalent if not higher COVID-19 case counts per capita, has come up with a detailed reopening road map for businesses and residents. Saskatchewan is using a three-pronged approach that hinges on vaccination levels for different age groups, which would allow that province to lift public-health restrictions using a targeted timeline this summer. So, why isn’t Manitoba following suit? In interviews with the Free Press, business leaders and stakeholders across the province said that’s something they’ve been asking for months. But the Manitoba government has yet to deliver, they said. “So far into this pandemic, no one has had any idea or opportunity to prepare for what comes next,” said Chuck Davidson, president and chief executive officer of the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce, on Wednesday. “Especially for businesses, we’ve found it to be an uncomfortable position of just being constantly frustrated. “What Saskatchewan is doing is … [Read more...] about Where’s Manitoba’s road map to recovery?
The landscape of The Forks is set to change dramatically in the coming years, as parking lots between the CityTV building and Shaw Park are converted from pavement slabs into an expansive, mixed-use neighbourhood. On Wednesday, work began on the most essential of services: heating and cooling. Crews started drilling boreholes into the earth’s surface; laying the groundwork for a district geothermal energy system at the Railside at The Forks development. The ultra-efficient heating and cooling structure uses pipes beneath the ground to pull both from the natural hot and cold sink. It is, therefore, a completely renewable source of energy. “We try and be as green as we possibly can. We looked for ways to do that, and a district geothermal system is the best option for all of the housing and commercial space that will be here,” said Clare MacKay, vice-president of strategic initiatives at The Forks. The geothermal system, once complete, will service 1,200 new residential units … [Read more...] about Railside development delves deep into geothermal energy