"For men's wear ties and watches are not just everything these days. Fashion is evolving, turning more unisex now. Metro sexual males are these days into all types of accessories from donning scarves to belts. The sharp divisions of male and female wardrobe are not so sharp anymore," the internationally known fashion designer said on the sidelines of FBB fashion show where Tollywood superstar Jeet was the show-stopper.
Scotching the notion that Kolkata remained the intellectual backwater among the cities, Sharbari said, "I find lots of young people eager to absorb tricks of fashion designing, textile designing and fashion photography. There can't be any demarcation so far fashion is concerned in the present age."
"If you talk about Mumbai, that is the film city after all," she said.

Sharbari, who dwelt on the boom period of fashion industry, said more than compatibility, looking smart, elegant and fashionably updated on new cuts and styles are of rage these days. "One has to be confident about outfit," she said.

Jeet, whose recent film Boss was a success, said "I love bright colors and I would ask fans to always try to ignite the bright sparks of life. I am happy to be part of FBB as brand ambassador. Youth is the crux of the nation, Let's India make more stylish."

Famed Tollywood styler Sandy, having mix-matched the wardrobes of all Tollywood superstars choreographed the FBB fashion show with leading city models having sashayed the ramp in ethnic, western fusion.


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