Sonam Kapoor, the epitome of sophisticated Indian glamour has been in the spotlight of the global fashion world for quite some time. She for once does not shy away from venturing into the unknown territory and experimenting with her looks. Styled by her sister/stylist Rhea Kapoor, Sonam has been a trendsetter and a trail blazer in the Indian fashion world, making her presence felt in the world fashion scene. She is often credited for elevating the fashion scene of the Indian red carpet and for making all the other Bollywood actresses to take their fashion game seriously. Her style evolution has even been taught in Fashion Schools and has been incorporated in their Fashion Communication Course and Fashion Management course.Every new look that this diva flaunts makes her a fashion inspiration for many. Always at her fashionable best, Sonam has given us countless wardrobe goals and it’s time we take some lessons in styling from her. Right from her airport look to her flawless red carpet avatar, she turns heads with every step that she takes.
Benetton India has collaborated with artists from across the country for the launch of an exclusive collection titled ‘United by art’.The five-decade-old company has made uniting art, people and causes a mission statement.An ad campaign in 1991 put the spotlight on same-sex love, adoption and racial diversity long before these topics were openly discussed, let alone advertised and endorsed on large hoardings around the city. In a similar vein, the AIDS awareness campaign featured condoms in colours of the rainbow—again, a clever take on colour and unity wrapped in one.Now, in 2019, Benetton brings its longstanding relationship with art to the fore to push boundaries. Early on in his career, Luciano Benetton himself initiated the Imago Mundi (image of the world) project, and travelled far and wide, even to India, for it. “Imago Mundi is a cultural, democratic and global project that looks to the new frontiers of art in the name of coexistence of expressive diversity,” he said of the initiative. And so, for spring/summer 2019, Benetton found its way into India as #UnitedByArt.