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How the jumpsuit got back in style… and how you can wear it tonight! | brunch | feature

How the jumpsuit got back in style... and how you can wear it tonight! | brunch | feature

Layer them up with capes and coats, or wear them to the boardroom or to the ball. Think off shoulders and cold cuts, to halters and – for the men – an attitude and some air. The very practical jumpsuits, earlier the garb of skydivers and parachuters, or uniforms for ...

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Travel to Vienna and Prague: Of Opera, opulence and the old town square | brunch | feature

Travel to Vienna and Prague: Of Opera, opulence and the old town square | brunch | feature

As the shadows begin to lengthen, signifying the arrival of autumn, we look to escape New York. Our pick this time was Prague and Vienna, driven first by the fact that each of these cities is a choice destination in itself, and secondly, by their proximity to one another. Vienna, ...

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Thou shalt not! The pleasure of doing the forbidden | brunch | columns

Thou shalt not! The pleasure of doing the forbidden | brunch | columns

Cake for breakfast. A two-hour nap. No shower. Drunk-dialling an ex while sober. Ordering that long-lusted-after illustrated book on sale at that Evil Corporate Retail Store. Leaving the bed unmade all weekend. The dishes unwashed. The cupboard unkempt. Calls avoided. Work shirked. Wearing a denim shirt two sizes too large ...

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My drug addiction phase was the lowest point of time in my life: Prateik Babbar | brunch | feature

My drug addiction phase was the lowest point of time in my life: Prateik Babbar | brunch | feature

Date of birth: November 28 Sun Sign: Sagittarius Place of birth: Mumbai School/college: Arya Vidya Mandir/Jai Hind College and St. Andrew’s College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Mumbai First break: Working in a TV commercial for a retail brand High point of your life: Working with Amitabh Bachchan. He’s like ...

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#MenGetItToo: How men deal with the ordeal of having a loved one suffer from breast cancer | brunch | feature

#MenGetItToo: How men deal with the ordeal of having a loved one suffer from breast cancer | brunch | feature

When 35-year-old author-filmmaker Tahira Kashyap shared a post-surgery image of herself – bespectacled, smiling and holding mastectomy drains (see picture below) – recovering from breast cancer, countless women wrote back. Many seemed scared to get a mammogram. Others shared concerns over losing their bras in front of technicians, or talking ...

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When food historians meet, eat and talk… | brunch | feature

When food historians meet, eat and talk... | brunch | feature

Here’s the thing about Indian cuisine: there is no Indian cuisine. Instead, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of food styles, created from the Indian soil and for the diets of the various communities of India, some overarching, some tiny and specific, all different in more subtle ways. Here’s the ...

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Your time starts now! | brunch | feature

Your time starts now! | brunch | feature

I’ve heard exams compared to many things: too cold coffee, poisonous mosquitos, a porcupine that you go to pet but it stabs you in the hand (oddly specific, that last one). We’ve all been through them, we’ve all panicked about them, and we’ve pretty much collectively decided that we all ...

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Photography meets Food Art at Picturesque Brunch

Photography meets Food Art at Picturesque Brunch

A black and white signboard and colourful cones hang behind an ice cream seller, who is holding up what seems to be a photograph framed in red wood. On closer inspection, you understand that he is actually holding up a mirror, reflecting a young boy having ice cream, probably one ...

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Jwala’s got guts! The badminton player opens up about fashion shaming, sportswomen in India and more | brunch | feature

Jwala’s got guts! The badminton player opens up about fashion shaming, sportswomen in India and more | brunch | feature

On a rainy Hyderabad morning, I nervously sip coffee in the lobby of Novotel Hyderabad, awaiting Jwala Gutta’s arrival for our photo shoot and interview. “She’s never late,” her manager had told me, and he’s right. She walks in exactly at 11.30am, looking fresh, with skin that naturally glows. Why ...

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Travel to Dudhwa: The laughing tree and other such stories | brunch | feature

Travel to Dudhwa: The laughing tree and other such stories | brunch | feature

Endless stretches of sugarcane fields and bright yellow mustard fields… with jackals, junglefowl and mongooses darting through the foliage, and wild peacocks strutting majestically before our jeep, we pass turbaned farmers on tractors and girls on bicycles with harvested canes strapped behind them. We finally traverse a bumpy, track lined ...

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