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With a shoulder strap, a handle that collapses, an external
pocket, and a palladium-plated Clou de Selle fastening, this
travel bag is made of Officier canvas and Hunter cowhide.
The bag is available in three colours, Etoupe, Dune and Naturel
Sable. This bag is made in France and upholds the true glory of
the brand. It will cost you Rs 300,017 to get that eternal luxury
in your hand for "her going out to the past".
The Invention Of Heels
Iran
In the 10th century CE, high heels were first observed in
ancient Iran. Iran was referred to as Persia at the time. And
the first high heels were worn with pride by the Persian
soldiers.
The cavalry played a significant role in the Persian army and
the Persians were skilled riders. Standing up on the saddle to
discharge a bow, the soldiers on horses would charge at the foe.
It takes some skill to shoot a bow from a charging horse. It
required extraordinary expertise and a little assistance from
some ingenious boots. The dreadful Persian mounted archers
wore stilettos! High heels arrived in India by the 12th century
CE.
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Highlights

From the editor - Harshita Malhotra

From the editor - Harshita Malhotra

Featured Designer
Charles Frederick Worth

Featured Designer
Charles Frederick Worth

Luxury Skincare And Cosmetics for “her going
to the past”

Luxury Skincare And Cosmetics for “her going
to the past”

Interview With The Skincare And Makeup 
Fashionista 'Kanika Kapahi'

Interview With The Skincare And Makeup
Fashionista 'Kanika Kapahi'

The Invention Of Lingerie

The Invention Of Lingerie

Dress for “her going to the past”
Brooks Brothers Floral Plaid Jacquard Sheath
Dress
Bag for “her going to the past”
Hermes Herbag Zip Cabine Verso Bag
The Invention Of Heels
The Invention Of Salons
Final Look for “her going to the past”

Dress for “her going to the past”
Brooks Brothers Floral Plaid Jacquard Sheath
Dress

Bag for “her going to the past”
Hermes Herbag Zip Cabine Verso Bag

The Invention Of Heels

The Invention Of Salons

Final Look for “her going to the past”