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Garment and Adornment: The Culture of Clothes in Punjab by JASVINDER KAUR
Ghuggras were used as a formal wear and it was customary to wear them when women stepped out of the house. They removed it as soon as they came home.
Wanted Models: Saabat Soorat Sikh Males For PhotoShoot For International Magazine NOTICE
Photographer Timur Celikdag.is casting 16-28 years old male Sikhs for a photoshoot for an internationally renowned magazine.
MythBuster: Dating & The Sikh Identity by SAHIB SINGH
In order to gain information on this little-explored topic, I had to interview an abundance of people. I broke them down into four categories ...
The Magic Juttis by ROSALIA SCALIA
To this shoe lover’s delight, within 10 minutes, at least 20 pairs of juttis materialized before me as my indecision inspired the jutti-walla to pull more pairs from the stacks ...
Behold! How Handsome Is Thy Turban!
Turban Tying Training Centres
by SHARIQ MAJEED
He is no ordinary professional. He earns his livelihood by tying turbans ... and in training students the art of tying it in a variety of styles ...
Women and Fashion by ROBIN S. ROSENBERG
I like dressing up, but dressing up and looking nice are in a different category from enduring pain or discomfort for beauty's sake or because it's expected and part of the conventions of culture.
Timeless Prep Staples:
Featuring Gagan Singh
THE STYLE BLOGGER
Prep style is rooted in tradition and built on a foundation of staple menswear items. The very stylish New York University senior shows us how he puts his own spin on them.
Say "Haan Ji" To The Punjabi Tee by YOLANDE D'MELLO
Sardar Bhagat Singh, the great icon of the struggle for independence from the British, is remembered on a tee by his famous call to revolution, "Inquilab Zindabad!"
Stylist, Attorney, Writer, Blogger
"I'm pretty much an old lady trapped in the body of a twenty-something. I feel like I'm from some other time. Not exactly sure when, but I'm pretty sure it's not now."
Real Men Wear Pink by MICHAEL CHEANG
Who are these mysterious pink-turbaned giants, and where are they from? Why do they pop up at every rock concert? And most importantly of all, why pink?