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May 2014


Latest updates from The Red Notebook

I am not young but I feel young. The day I feel old, I will go to bed and stay there. I feel that to live is a wonderful thing.
Coco Chanel

Hello everyone. Some new developments at our end so today’s post is to update you with the latest happenings at The Red Notebook.

New website 

The Red Notebook website is now revamped and has a new look. We also have a new logo. The website will now showcase my stylist portfolio and an online lookbook which is a collection of various looks I have styled on myself and others .

In the past few months I have worked with some established make-up artist and photographers over a range a styling projects. My final work is now online. You can review my full portfolio here.

The Red Notebook stylist portfolio

The Red Notebook stylist portfolio

The Red Notebook Lookbook

The Red Notebook Lookbook

The Red Notebook Services

I have also launched a range of styling services and I am available for any sponsored styling projects or fashion blog posts. Checkout of my styling services here. Continue Reading


One Dress Two Looks

Indian-fashion-blog-uk-LondonToday’s blog post follows on from the brand collaboration post I did last month with Jara Wine. Today I’ll be talking about how you can style a little red dress for a day as well as a night look.

For my lookbook styling shoot with Jara I selected this eye-catching red Coco Rouge Dress from Jara’s limited edition collection. All of Jara’s clothes are made in UK using pure fabrics and that’s why the fabric feels silky smooth on your skin. Continue Reading


What’s your Red Carpet Style? House of Fraser

This Mother’s day I wrote  ‘Inspired by mum’ outfit post for House of Fraser’s blog, where I created a look taking inspiration from my mum. This month House of Fraser asked me to participate in ‘ What’s your Red Carpet Style’ competition where I had a to create my very own red carpet style outfit. Well I had a quick look in my closet and there was absolutely nothing that I could call as red carpet style. And frankly I did not have a reason to have one either. If I were to attend a red carpet occasion I would take inspiration from my favourite fashion celebrities like Victoria Bekham , Sonam Kapoor , Emma Watson and Alexandra Chung. I would probably choose something elegant yet with modern cuts and design. This dress below from French Connection which I wore at the #canthelpmyselfie event would come close to my red carpet style. All I need is the following items from House of Fraser to complete my look.

1. Sparkling faceted clutch bag 

2. These lovely diamante detail t-bar stiletto sandals Indian fashion blogger

I think the above items would definitely do justice to my dress and create a stunning red carpet outfit. Do share your red carpet outfit ideas here . Would love to hear bout your choices. Till then shine on.

Events, Fashion

British Asian Fashion Week Preview 2014


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On 15th May 2014 I was invited to the British Asian Fashion Week as an official blogger for the event. The event was organised by the Teri Mardi Group as part of the Alchemy festival in London. Teri Mardi group is known for its approach to empowering talent and breaking stereotypes, and enabling talent to be recognised in the mainstream media. Continue Reading

Events, Fashion

Asian Fashion Summit by Terry Mardi @ The Alchemy Festival

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Credit : British Asian Fashion Week

Alchemy, Southbank Centre’s annual festival showcasing the best of music, dance, literature, comedy, fashion, art and design from the UK and South Asia is now running successfully in its 5th year. This year the festival presents Asian Fashion Summit, the largest gathering of Asian fashion industry. The Teri Mardi group has organized this event. The group is known for its approach to empower talent and break stereotypes to be recognised in the mainstream media.

The Asian Fashion Summit is a wonderful event to bring the Asian fashion industry on one platform. Attendees will discuss issues surrounding the fashion business and fashion design. The aim of the event is to open up a dialogue between the fashion business community where attendees can learn from, and support each other.  Continue Reading


Project Shine On

The red Notebook Indian fashion Blog UkToday I would like to introduce my latest venture – Project ‘Shine On’ #shineon.  I started The Red Notebook to share my love for good design and style. Along my journey I met so many beautiful women and every one of them had her own individual way of expressing their style. I drew a lot of inspiration from these everyday women and that in turn enriched my own personal style. Continue Reading


How to wear pastels this S/S14

Indian Fashion Blog Blogger and fashion stylist UK London

Every spring/summer pastels and candy colours come back as a trend. Personally I am not a huge fan of pastels as they are generally associated with girly fashion and that’s something I want to move away from. But I am in the process of evolving my style to create a more modern feminine look. So how can you achieve a modern feminine look without looking girly? Here is how I experimented with it. Continue Reading