Fashion e-tailer High Street Essentials reports ₹1.3 crore profits in FY19

BENGALURU : Delhi-based fashion e-tailer, High Street Essentials Pvt. Ltd. (HSE), the parent company behind women-centric fashion brands, FabAlley and Indya, has reported a net profit of ₹1.3 crore, on net revenues of ₹90.2 crore for the financial year ended March 2019, registering a 70% year-on-year revenue growth. According to the company’s unaudited financial results releases on Sunday, it’s EBITDA stood at ₹3.3 Cr for FY19, however, it did not reveal expenditure numbers. HSE’s co-founder Tanvi Malik told Mint that a majority of its sales came from online channels accounting for around 55% to 57% percent…

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Anyone with Passion to Game Can Have a Gaming Career in India: Ubisoft Pune MD

Game development and designing is not just a growing, viable career in India, but is one that can be pursued by anyone that has enough passion in the field, says Jean-Philippe Pieuchot, managing director of Ubisoft Pune. Speaking to News18 at the sidelines of a closed preview of the soon-to-launch Ghost Recon Breakpoint in the newly opened Ubisoft Mumbai studio, Pieuchot sounded strongly upbeat regarding the potential of the gaming industry in India, and for those who aim to pursue a career in it. “Gaming today is a career anywhere…

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Family health insurance: Medical health insurance for family in India

Family health insurance plan is a complete package which is specially designed to offer protection to the insured and his family. Under a family health insurance plan, you can cover yourself, your spouse, dependent children (above 90 days) and dependent parents (65 years) against health issues. Family health insurance plans also take care of the treatment in case of a critical illness or serious medical conditions. Taking a family health insurance plan works out cheaper than purchasing individual health insurance plans for everyone. Insurers in India provide customized health insurance…

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Clothing brand Hush sees rapid growth in backlash against fast fashion

 Hush started out selling pyjamas and cardigans but now covers all wardrobe bases. Photograph: Hush PrettyLittleThing and Missguided have hit the big time selling £5 dresses and £1 bikinis to the youth market but another online British brand, Hush, is expanding rapidly in a backlash against fast fashion. Sales at London-based Hush, which is run by a husband and wife team, jumped 35% last year to more than £40m as its jumpsuits and dresses found an audience among women aged 35 to 45 who, it says, “like fashion but are not a slave to…

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Canadian fashion cashes in on gorpcore

TORONTO — Fashion is accustomed to fleeting trends, but gorpcore — a term coined by The Cut in 2017 to reflect the sudden ubiquity of fleece vests, puffer jackets and other staples of outdoor clothing in urban areas — is still going strong. Euromonitor International forecasts that the performance apparel sector will register a compounded annual growth rate of 3.5 per cent between 2018 through 2022, and luxury brands have taken note. Canadian brands like Canada Goose and Arc’teryx have benefitted from the demand for high-performance coats that can be worn both during a New York winter and an…

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Beyond The Grind: Find Meaning In Travel — Abroad Or In Your Back Yard

You can’t open a magazine this summer without seeing stories about swarms of tourists crowding once-serene locales. During an age when everything is relentlessly mediated on social media, NPR’s Life Kit wanted to step back for a moment and ask, What is traveling away from home really for? How can it be more meaningful? In a long-ranging conversation, artist Jenny Odell, author of How to Do Nothing, reminds us why we wander — for perspective and surprise — and how the travel mindset can be practiced without leaving home at all.…

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How to start your own ecommerce business in India

Bill Gates once said: “If your business is not on the internet, then your business will be out of business.” The ecommerce industry is ushering in the next wave of change for the Indian economy and if you’ve been thinking about venturing a foot into its world of infinite profits, then the clock is ticking…the time is ripe to start your own ecommerce business in India. Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal all showed us that ecommerce truly is the future. And the only way they became as big as they did was because…

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Five Reasons To Avoid Taking Shortcuts In Your Career

Sure, many of us want to be first in various aspects of life, especially as it relates to our careers. Your aspirations and goals may be to climb the ladder fast, be recognized in the industry or start a thriving and fast-growing company all under the age of, let’s say, 35. I can relate to these goals, but with time, I’ve learned that experience is important, and there are benefits to slow growth. Here’s why: 1. Nothing beats real experience.  Allow time to learn and develop in a role and within…

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Giant balloon dresses hit the runway in fashion show

A burgeoning designer’s career just blew up. With notable alumni that include Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney and Phoebe Philo, the Central Saint Martins’ annual BA fashion show is one to watch — and that was proved again Thursday, when this year’s closing designer looks came down the runway. Norwegian designer Fredrik Tjaerandsen translated his experience from working at Balenciaga to Louis Vuitton into show-stopping closing numbers. Models appeared on the runway with — or even in — giant balloons. After slowly deflating them, they transformed into rubber dresses. He won over the crowd and…

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Weaving a Future | Best Fashion Colleges in India

About 70 per cent of fashion designers in the country have graduated from the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT)-Delhi. It was also the only Indian institute to feature in the world’s 20 best fashion institutes in 2017. The institute that has always encouraged creative thinking in its students is You’ve reached your article limit Sign in to keep reading India Today Sign in Sign up NOW to get: Premium content on Aaj Tak HD Channel Unrestricted access to India Today magazine content [“source=indiatoday”]

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