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Fragrance that will take your breathe away German fashion group Escada has launched a new fragrance, Sexy Graffiti on their 10th anniversary. Sexy Graffiti is a scrumptious fragrance in the floral fruity family. The head note is based on the delicate aroma of wild strawberries and graceful raspberries, subtly enhanced by a tingling tang of pink grapefruit and full-flavoured blackcurrants. Its middle consists of beautiful aroma that blows your mind away with scents of lily of the valley with the full-bodied pleasure of red peonies, set off by the innocent ingenuity of violets. The base note comprises of Kashmir wood and scent of vanilla and musk. Sexy Graffiti comes in three sizes of spray: 30 ml, 50 ml and 100 ml of EDT, 150 ml Shower and Bath Gel tube and 150 ml Body Lotion tube.

Blossom Kochhar launches Pivot Point India?s leading beautician, Blossom Kochhar has launched Pivot Point, the beauty and hairstyling school which she is associated with. Pivot Point in Mumbai, a branch of Pivot Point International, USA brings an Advanced Learning Centre for beauty and hair design aimed at professionals in the beauty and glamour industry.Professionals in the field can now benefit from two and three-day workshops on advance learning techniques covering just one topic or subject which will cater to the many specialized needs of beauty professionals.

Miss Universe from Russia with Love The Miss Universe crown went to Russia on May 29 at a star-spangled ceremony in San Juan on Thursday. The dark-haired Oxana Federova, wearing a flowing white gown, smiled and blew kisses to the crowd as she strutted across the stage on her victory walk. Oxana inherits the crown from Denise Quinones of Puerto Rico, who had won the pageant in 2001. Justine Pasek of Panama was the First Runner-up while China?s Ling Zhuo finished third. Vanessa Carreira of South Africa and Cynthia Lander Zamora of Venezuela secured the fourth and fifth places.

Ritu Beri takes on the Fashion world Ritu Beri has made India proud. Fashio King Mounir Moufarrige being quite impressed by Ritu's work and designs has appointed her as head of the ready-to-wear section at the house of Jean-Louis Scherrer. She succeeds this place from chief designer Stephane Rolland who has given a warm welcome to her and hopes to work together to help Jean-Louis Scherrer reach a new dimension.

Aditi to Act now Ex Mrs. World and Glad Rags supermodel, Aditi Govitrikar, after conquering the beauty world is all set to conquer Indian cinema. In her first film, the soon-to-be released Soch, Aditi plays the role of an obsessive wife. The film also stars Arbaaz Khan and Sanjay Kapoor. Also she has done a guest appearance in 16 December. So watch out for this hot babe.

Italian helmets with an ethnic Indian touch When the Italian government passed the bike-helmet law, designer Giuliana Cella decided to add colour to the drab object and launch her line of designer helmets - inspired by the headgear of Indian princes. "Helmets do not let you be beautiful," she says about why she has launched fancy helmets. Cella's line called 'Bike Couture' is as sturdy as the standard helmet, but she makes them distinctive by wrapping them with rare garments she uses for all her dresses. The rigid crown of the accessory has six covers made of Rajasthani brocade, Ashanti strips, Punjab embroidery, antique Benares saris, Bhatinda 'phulkari' and Indonesian silk batik - all unique fabric from India, the Far East and Africa. Highlighting the eclecticism of this object and its surface, which offers so much scope for imagination, she has even created a bridal helmet with a Kerala veil from India. "I had fun," explains Cella, "turning an indispensable but unattractive object into something with a fancy, historical and handcrafted look. Inspired by Indian princes, I tried to transform this everyday object into an enchanting turban, because I love beauty even in the most functional objects. Besides I want technology to have a more human look," she adds. The helmets can be personalised with whatever fabric people fancy. It will be on sale from March 2002.

Charagh Din Charagh Din, which claims to be the largest shirt store on planet earth, is organising India's first-ever mobile fashion show. The show will be held on a mobile van with an extended ramp at various South Mumbai colleges like Jai Hind & Sydenham and St Xaviers showcasing the latest range of Charagh Din Shirts. Choreographed by reputed choreographer Sangeeta Chopra, the show will present the trendy range of Charagh Din and Ditto Shirts on popular models like Fleur Xavier, Aditi Govitrikar and Tarun Raghvan. The models will walk down an extended ramp created specially for the purpose on the van. The show will showcase the latest trends in various styles like body hugging, nets, cords, shorts, zippers, plastics and combinations of different styles.

Aryan Vaid-Quiting Modeling? The theatre bug seems to have hit everyone these days. From Shatrugan Sinha to Twinkle Khanna, Nikhil Chinappa to Amar Upahdyay, every celebrity seems to be moving towards stage to live out their favourite characters. The latest to join this lot is Model Aryan Vaid, Grasim Mr. International 2000, who has returned to his first love, Theatre. He's just signed a street play to be directed Sandeep Singh. Based on a couple with two children, this play has a hilarious script, which is sure to keep the audience in splits. " I've always enjoyed doing theatre. Even earlier, I've done plays like Aakhri Shamaa, Trishna and Dhai Akshar Prem Ke. Since I hadn't done a play since some time, I was really eager to get back on stage. Theatre makes every actor grow leaps and bounds", he said. What about his film career? " I'm shooting for my first film 'Heartbeat' with Pooja Batra. And I'm waiting for better films to come my way", he added. And Modeling? Ahha! I'm bored of it...not much excitement left in those ramp walks..You gotta grow in life..Right?

Winds Of Change The days of the old style Miss World pageant are over for good. Julia Morley, the lady behind the contest has vowed to revamp the old format, which she believes is 'awful' and 'outdated', and introduce a new concept. Julia's husband Eric Morley had started the world famous contest 50 years ago and Julia took over from him after his death last year just a couple of days before Miss World 2000 was to be held. Julia reveals that it was very unnatural to her to see the girl contestants, skimpily clad in their swimsuits, turn around and around and flaunt their curvaceous bodies on stage while the questioner, formally dressed in a diner jacket, asked them the senseless questions like 'What did you have for breakfast?. Julia gets blatant to the point of calling it all 'stupid'. "I don't want swimsuit walking on stage. That is old and definitely out," says the woman in-charge of the forthcoming Miss World 2001. Now that she has the leverage over the yearly-held pageant Julia has developed a new concept for the show. She has come up with a concept of 'beauty with purpose' and is discussing the ways to do something towards contestant's education and scholarship. Besides this she has also stopped the publication of the contestants vital statistics. While the precise format for this year's Miss World contest is yet to be announced Julia says the old format won't be abandoned completely. So beware all the Priyanka Chopras of the future. Winning the Miss World tiara is going to be much more a matter of brains than beauty only.

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