On A Roll: Jennifer Lopez

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I think the most exciting thing on the sinking ship that is American Idol is the fact that we get to see Jennifer Lopez a couple times a week. The original diva has been consistently giving us j’amazing looks since she joined the show and this season it’s no different. Here are a few of my favorite ones from recent weeks.

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Can you believe this playsuit is from Kohl’s?! This look is young and playful and J-Lo stays true to her style by piling on the gold bling. The color looks great against her tan and highlighted hair. And those Ivy Kirzhner shoes? Don’t even get me started.

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I can’t remember J-Lo wearing red very often but she works the color like no other. I love this poppy red sheath dress with bone piping detail by Lanvin. Nude Louboutins and half up hair finish off this look.

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White & Gold – is there anything better? Jen wears a Azzedine Alaia tanktop with a beautiful matching pencil skirt by Milly. Chunky gold bangles and a gorj rope braid give this look a semi-warrior princess feel.

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The blogosphere is iffy about this look but I am absolutely loving the funky hairstyle and 80′s vibe of Jen’s Jill Stuart dress. I could do without the harness but she makes it work. My favorite part about this look are those lust-worthy Brian Atwood Abell sandals. J’adore.

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J-Lo gives off a more sexy vibe for the American Idol Final 13 party. Her black Cushnie Et Ochs dress has strategically placed cut-outs and my favorite type of halter neck. I really like this length on J-Lo – it is sophisticated and sexy at the same time. I do wish she had chosen a better shoe and a bolder lip.

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This is another look where I feel J-Lo looks absolutely stunning. I love love love this look on her. The messy french braid is something new for her and I feel like it’s something she should try more often – she looks like a dream. The mint green dress is by London-based designer SAAFiYA and has mesh cut-outs and cap sleeves.  J-Lo continues winning the shoe game with this bejewelled Jimmy Choo Cardinal pumps.

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This is probably my favorite J-Lo look of this year. This mustard leather dress is quite reminiscent of Blake Lively’s Gucci dress from Milan Fash Week – which is probably why I like it so much. The color looks fab on J-Lo, and this is a hard color to pull off. Nude pumps, chunky bangles, orange lips and flawless hair complete this look.

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To me – no one works a good nude color better than J-Lo. Here she wears a blush-toned ensemble by Dubai based designer Rami Ali. The outfit consists of wide-legged crepe pants and a shimmering top. Tres pretty.

JenniferLopezneonpink On A Roll: Jennifer Lopez Not many people could have pulled off this highligher pink look but Jenn manages to do it without looking like a moron. This look is risky, but I just love it. A high bouncy ponytail and nude Loubies finish off the look.

What’s your favorite look?

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Obsession du Jour: Sunday Magazine’s Muse

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As you guys know the new Sunday Magazine look has captured my heart. I absolutely love the new look and even more than the covers, my absolute favorite feature is the Who’s Your Muse section. What is it all about, you ask? The feature showcases designers and their muses – pretty simple right? What really elevates this to a different level, for me, is the photography. Such BEAUTIFUL images shot by the one and only Faisal Farooqi.

I had a chance to chit chat with Shehrbano Taseer about the feature and its conception, and the story behind those stunningly gorgeous images. Read on and see some of my favorite Muse features.

How did you come up with the feature? The Muse section snowballed into what it is! We initially thought we could do it as a feature in our New Years issue – feature six people and their muse’s, but something went wrong and we couldn’t do it that way, so we did one – Mahgul Rashid and Ayesha Noon – and thought we would feature the rest slowly and space it out, but it was such a huge hit and we got such fantastic feedback, that we decided to make it into a weekly feature. It’s been great fun working with new people every week, getting to talk to them about their work and featuring them in our magazine.

The photoshoots accompanying the Muse article are exquisite – who conceptualizes them (designer or editors?) The beauty of the shots all winds down to Faisal Farooqui’s fabulous vision and eye for detail. He is our official Lahore photographer for the Muse feature, although occasionally we do ask other photographers in Lahore and Karachi to partake – we have had the pleasure of working with Khawar Riaz, Maram and Aabroo, Adeela Badshah and Rizwan Baig too. Faisal and I work really well together. We make a great team. He has been associated with Sunday forever – he photographed our first ever Sunday covers, twelve years ago, long before I joined my mother at Sunday! I tell him my mood for the feature and what I’m thinking, and he makes it come alive. We never use moodboards or reference shots. We like to work with each person individually so their personality and work and individuality shines through. We also give the people who are featuring leaveway to choose where they would like to be photographed and what they want to wear etc and discuss that beforehad, as the shots are all about them and capturing their chemistry with their respective muse’s. It’s been a lot of fun to do the shoots, and a great learning experience. Every single shoot is a joint venture between all those involved and featured.

Here are some of my favorite features:

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Jeweller Shazia Deen and her muse Amna Hassan Tahir

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Designer Umaima Mustafa and her muse Sadiqa


Designer Zara Shahjahan and her muse Ayesha Fazli

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Sara Shahid and her Muse Creative Director at Toni and Guy, Islamabad Juju Haider


Designer Fahad Hussayn and his muse model Nooray Bhatti


Designer Shehla Chatoor with her Muse Ayesha Omar


Designer Ammara Khan with her muse Iqraa Mansha

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Mahgul Rashid and her muse Ayesha Noon

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Best Dressed: Coachella 2014

Coachella is always the time for everyone’s inner-hippie to come out and try to demolish everyone else in the fashion games. This year most of the faux-hippies donned the trademark Coachella outfit (handband, obscenely short shorts, crop tops and some fringe) but there are always some girls who make an extra effort and salvage the whole event.

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My favorite this year was Vanessa Hudgens – she usually overdoes it but this year girl was werkin it and looking good. Kendall Jenner had one good outing and one horrific outing that I am just not even going to talk about. Paris Hilton, surprisingly, had a great moment in this floral, harnessed BCBG dress. Beyonce and Jourdan worked prints like A BOSS and Rosie remains Queen.

I did miss Diane Kruger and Kate Bosworth having one smash hit moment after another – until next year.


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Work it Girl: Shraddha Kapoor

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Although I’m sure everyone knows by now – but I am a closet Bollywood fangirl. So image how disgusted I was by myself  that it took me over a year to watch the sobfest that is Aashiqui 2, despite blogging about the star of the film, Shraddha Kapoor, in 2011.  What is even going on with me?  ANYWAY. Shraddha Kapoor has always been on my radar for her style so I am super happy seeing her all over the red carpet again.

This look is rockin’ my world. She is bang on trend with her bralet-midi skirt combo. Shraddha wears a deep purple skirt by uber-cool designer Payal Khandwala and a black bralet by Urvashi Joneja. Who else is obsessed with the skirt? Just me? ok.

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