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    Goa provides endless inspiration for fashion photography, feels photographer Manoj Masand, commenting on his unconventional yet striking portfolio.

    Designer Drashta Sarvaiya makes a splash with creative energy at Sosa’s.     Ethel Da Costa, Panaji

    With Hollywood siren, Goldie Hawn and Broadway's protegee Jeffery Solomon brushing shoulders in Goa reiterating their faith this sunny side up, get set to affirm Goa’s positioning as the Window to the West, writes Ethel Da Costa.

    Sex on the sand during camel night safaris, passion play with boatmen on the moon river and shacking by the sea with a local boy—the female foreigner tourist has always been the subject of a hundred stories, the object of a million fantasies.

    Who says celebrities sell fashion? It was all work and no play at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week, New Delhi, with 80 designers, nine shows per day, 70 international and over 90 India buyers vying for the front seat and finding it at The Grand Hotel. ETHEL DA COSTA comments on the new brat pack who broke the mould and set the pulse racing on the ramps of the India Fashion Week 2006.

    It's India's "moment" and there's no better place to celebrate it than in bustling Mumbai, the country's film and -- as of now -- new fashion capital, comments Laird Borrelli.     

    Giving saudades a re-run were Goan designers Savio Jon and Wendell Rodricks in a perfect packaging of dance set to fabric, grace, couture and femininity at the Lakme Fashion Week, Mumbai which concluded April 1, 2006.

    It was serious fashion business at the India Fashion Week (April 5-9) in Delhi, with new Indian designers clearly marking fresh beginnings of a savvy, innovative pret-a-porter collections. ETHEL DA COSTA comments tongue-in-cheek on why the Goan fashion talent should get serious about fashion as well, with a little support from the local government.

    Falling tops and spilt skirts, the `flash' show at Lakme Fashion Week stirs up a controversy.

    Wendell Rodricks' latest resort wear collection, titled Isadora in India, had an ethereal quality to it.

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