At Monday night's Asia Society benefit gala on Manhattan's Upper East Side, the likes of Dr. Henry Kissinger, honorary chair Renée Fleming, and Amy Fine Collins found themselves on the Silk Road, complete with sitar player, spice market, and platters of Indian delicacies. Naeem Khan, the evening's

The inspiration for this collection was an Indian spice market and all of the beautiful vibrant colors found there. The shaded are highly saturated and high-shine with an opaque finish. And most importantly these formulas are toluene, formaldehyde and DBP-free. Shades...

It's a selection of six bright, vivid shades designed by Thakoon Panichgul, inspired by the colors found in Indian spice markets. The colors are: Thakoon for NARS Anardana NARS Anardana. This is such an intense color that my camera couldn't process it. It's extremely saturated and very...

Henry Kissinger, honorary chair Renée Fleming, and Amy Fine Collins found themselves on the Silk Road, complete with sitar player, spice market, and platters of Indian delicacies. Naeem Khan, the evening's other honorary chair, contributed to the opulent decor by designing a dinner table,...

Hold up! Look at these amazing colours for nails - they're the Thakoon/NARS collaboration, inspired by Indian spice markets. This is a really strong set that truly reflects the Thakoon runway aesthetic. Designer collaborations are often very variable but this one is so representative of...

The blonde star attended the "Kimchi Chronicles" Launch Party at Spice Market in New York City last night wearing head-to-toe Donna Karan. Her gold ombre sequin Donna Karan strapless dress was paired with Donna Karan gold metal wooden platform sandals. I love the look minus the shoulder...

Thakoon Panichugal (fashion designer who frequently partners with Francois Nars at New York Fashion Week) came up with the color inspiration by seeing all the colors in Indian spice markets. Kutki Kutki is a light pastel sky blue. Not chalky though and not overly whitened. It was a...

Perhaps I was expecting something more like halo halo than the cendol I presume it was based on? So Spice Market - a very glam and luxurious location, but a poor menu and I shan't be going back to eat. I must say, however, that the cocktails were delicious and I would highly recommend a...

At Monday night's Asia Society benefit gala on Manhattan's Upper East Side, the likes of Dr. Henry Kissinger, honorary chair Renée Fleming, and Amy Fine Collins found themselves on the Silk Road, complete with sitar player, spice market, and platters of Indian delicacies. Naeem Khan, the evening's

Francois Nars has partnered with Thakoon Panichgul (of the eponymous label Thakoon) to create a limited edition, six-shade nail collection, inspired by Indian spice markets in a long-wearing, chip-resistant and toluene-, formaldehyde- and DBP-free formula. The hues include: Anardana (Azalea...

 

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