Film fashionising       FMS    NIFT PATNA
50s
n      Enter the Era of Anarkali suits, chudidhar with      fitted kurtis & Mumtaz Saree .. were what one      who has liv...
The ‘Flower Power’ or the ‘Disco Age’ years must have been the      era that left quiet an impression on minds of very bol...
The hemlines went up and the necklines         plunged a bit…………bold, demure style         followed in this era where actr...
…Men too loved wearing their hair long with prominent side-burns. The leading men in bollywood were seen wearing fittedBla...
the bell bottoms + platform heel trend was      phasing out ……………enter the      strappy sandals and denim. Loads of color ...
80s
These actors made the fitted pants or jean…a routine. Ofcourse not forgetting Jeetendra who made the white pantswith white...
movies made way for designers to enter Bollywood in a big      way………….famously known was Manish Malhotra for      transfo...
90s
Menswear had also changed to a lot of extent withwaist coats, leather jackets, baggy pants, loud printties, dungrees, colo...
Enter the era of ‘Stylist’ since the designers were already        here……………        the bollywood actors & actresses start...
It was ‘More the Merrier’ for women too        who had an array of style to choose        from…………she could go vintage wit...
Suddenly ‘Metrosexual Men’ were very much in vogue………..they styled their hairwell, wore designer labels only, went in for ...
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  • I am a movie buff & there is no confessing about it. If you are an Indian who does not see any Bollywood movie or dance to any of its melodious tunes…………….please don’t call yourself a ‘Saccha Hindustani’…………….Bollywood is in our blood. These days it is in our dressing too…………ever notice your next door neighbourauntyji dressed in a Madhuri Dixit’s ‘Hum Aapke hai kaun’ trademark blue saree or your best friend trying to be like the gorgeous Deepika Padukone in those shorts & spaghetti tops which she wore in ‘Housefull’ or a guy walking in a denim with T-shirt reminding you of Ranbir Kapoor’s recent flick or the sexy siren dancing in a party dressed to kill as Kareena Kapoor in ‘KambaktIshq’…………………we all have seen these people somewhere right!!!
  • I think the obsession started with seeing the yester year actresses like Madhubala, Nutan, Meena Kumari, Nargis Dutt, Waheeda Rehman all dressed in sarees with blouses which were printed or plain had puffed short sleeves.  The Western wear of the 1950s was long middy dresses since it was considered inappropriate for a woman to be dressed in revealing clothes. How can I ever forget the beautiful vintage jewellery like jhumkas, hooplas, matha tikka, chokker, bangles….. ahhhh……. jewellery……………… beautiful jewellery. The keyword for this decade was ‘Simplicity’……….be it the designs of the clothes or the make-up it was all kept minimal.
  • Legendary Actors like Raj Kapoor, DevAnand, Dilip Kumar, Kishore Kumar wore traditional clothes like dhoti kurta, kurta pyjama and when it came to formal western wear they opted for suits with tie. Hair for men were short accesorized usually with hats and women usually wore their long hair in a bun, plaits or simply left them open. There was no space for a tom-boy in that era since women were considered to act more feminine and men had to be thorough gentlemen. Movies like Awaara, Naya Daur, Chalti kanaam gaadi, Daag have set the trends for the people of India. But the fashion of the 1950s is classic and evergreen just like the movies.
  • I am a movie buff & there is no confessing about it. If you are an Indian who does not see any Bollywood movie or dance to any of its melodious tunes…………….please don’t call yourself a ‘Saccha Hindustani’…………….Bollywood is in our blood. These days it is in our dressing too…………ever notice your next door neighbourauntyji dressed in a Madhuri Dixit’s ‘Hum Aapke hai kaun’ trademark blue saree or your best friend trying to be like the gorgeous Deepika Padukone in those shorts & spaghetti tops which she wore in ‘Housefull’ or a guy walking in a denim with T-shirt reminding you of Ranbir Kapoor’s recent flick or the sexy siren dancing in a party dressed to kill as Kareena Kapoor in ‘KambaktIshq’…………………we all have seen these people somewhere right!!!
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    1. 1. Film fashionising FMS NIFT PATNA
    2. 2. 50s
    3. 3. n Enter the Era of Anarkali suits, chudidhar with fitted kurtis & Mumtaz Saree .. were what one who has lived that era can recall…. What one can remember after seeing the movie is the high hair updos, ‘Sadhna’ cut which was a name given to fringe haircut, elongated eye-liner, big earrings, tight fitted clothes and the famous ‘twist’ dance. Asha60s Parekh, Mumtaz, Meena Kumari, Sharmila Tagore, He len, Saira Bano were the top actresses in this time era influencing the fashion. The clothes were bolder than the previous decade in this ‘eastman’ colour decade.
    4. 4. The ‘Flower Power’ or the ‘Disco Age’ years must have been the era that left quiet an impression on minds of very bollywood fan. The bell bottoms, platform heels, colorful sunglasses, psychedelic prints, butterfly collar shirts, big jewellery, Maxi dresses, tie-dye designs are still fresh in my memory. ’Big’ was beautiful in the 1970s……………now that can be your hair, the print on the fabric, buttons on the shirt or the hemlines of your pants……………70s
    5. 5. The hemlines went up and the necklines plunged a bit…………bold, demure style followed in this era where actresses like Zeenat Aman, Parveen Babi, Neetu Singh, He ma Malini, Jaya Badhuri Bachchan ruled the time. The ‘bangs’ or the ‘wings’ look was very ‘In’ during the 70s for women70s
    6. 6. …Men too loved wearing their hair long with prominent side-burns. The leading men in bollywood were seen wearing fittedBlazers which were a bit flared at the hip coupled with broadties. Three piece suit also gained prominence during this erawhere one could see the hero’s of Bollywood wearing this styleon & off the silver screen
    7. 7. the bell bottoms + platform heel trend was phasing out ……………enter the strappy sandals and denim. Loads of color was also the focus of the 1980s but people preferred wearing single color instead of going in for fusion.80s
    8. 8. 80s
    9. 9. These actors made the fitted pants or jean…a routine. Ofcourse not forgetting Jeetendra who made the white pantswith white shoes a must have for everyguy………………………. The rugged look was ‘In’ for theguys of the 80s
    10. 10. movies made way for designers to enter Bollywood in a big way………….famously known was Manish Malhotra for transforming Kajol in DDJL, Kuch Kuch hota hai or giving a make-over to Karisma Kapoor in Raja Hindustani………… Designers made it big and created a new path where the clothes were not required to be rented from the dresswala but to be picked up from a boutique. The 1990s era was a gateway for Fashion designers who were able to showcase their creations not just in movies but also on Ramp and international beauty pagents. Actors & Actresses became more image conscious with respect to what they wore…………..each one wanted the90s designer to create a unique style for them. In india this was a revolutionary period in terms of fashion for sure……
    11. 11. 90s
    12. 12. Menswear had also changed to a lot of extent withwaist coats, leather jackets, baggy pants, loud printties, dungrees, colourful denim making an entry into theirwardrobe. Even if a guy is not all muscles he would weara T-shirt underneath his over-sized shirt to make himlook like a hunk
    13. 13. Enter the era of ‘Stylist’ since the designers were already here…………… the bollywood actors & actresses started making more frequent appearance on the red carpet hence needed someone to style them both on and off the screen as well. The best example of course can be Dhoom 2 where stylist and fashion editor of Vogue India Anaita Shroff Adajania had made all the people look ‘hot’ with her styling tricks. She was also a part of the cast of ‘Kal ho na ho’ which was another2000s style forward movie. But people loved the ‘Dil Chahta hai’ gang that changed the way men looked at themselves in the mirror.
    14. 14. It was ‘More the Merrier’ for women too who had an array of style to choose from…………she could go vintage with the classy ‘Devdas’ look by wearing kundan jewellery with designer saree or look like a million bucks by adorning short dresses which Kareena Kapoor carried off in ‘Kambakkht Ishq’ ………else look feminine in the Anarkali chudidhar which Sonam Kapoor wore in2000s ‘Saawariya’…………..the choice is unlimite
    15. 15. Suddenly ‘Metrosexual Men’ were very much in vogue………..they styled their hairwell, wore designer labels only, went in for a regular manicure/pedicure &professional grooming, carried a pair of stylish shades…………..in short menbecame much, much more fashion conscious which was a woman’s business till theturn of the century.Hrithik Roshan, Abhishek Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Shahrukh Khan, Saif AliKhan, Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Rampal we owe this change to you guys…….
    16. 16. Film fashionising FMS NIFT PATNA

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