And we're back again with deets from Day 2 of the Pune Times Kids Fashion Week. Day 1 gave us a glimpse at some rather fabulous designs and trendy collections and what truly made them adorable were all the little models strutting down the runway. Now, much like Day 1, Day 2 also saw some rather trendy designs and beautiful collections that made their way to the ramp. So, without further ado, take a look at all that went down on Day 2 of the Pune Times Kids Fashion Week. The event was kickstarted with a rather vibrant and trendy collection by Educon International School presents Kiddo's Closet. We saw a bunch of tiny tots walking the ramp for their collection titled 'Less is more', which focused on comfortable, child-centric and chic designs. View this post on Instagram … [Read more...] about Pune Times Kids Fashion Week Day 2: All the trendy designs and beautiful collections that made their way to the ramp!
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"This non-self," writes Juana Ponce de Leon who has collected and edited Marcos's writings in Our Word Is Our Weapon (see extracts on pages 14-16), "makes it possible for Marcos to become the spokesperson for indigenous communities. He is transparent, and he is iconographic." Yet the paradox of Marcos and the Zapatistas is that, despite the masks, the non-selves, the mystery, their struggle is about the opposite of anonymity - it is about the right to be seen. When the Zapatistas took up arms and said Ya Basta! in 1994, it was a revolt against their invisibility. Like so many others left behind by globalisation, the Mayans of Chiapas had fallen off the economic map: "Below in the cities," the EZLN command stated, "we did not exist. Our lives were worth less than those of machines or animals. We were like stones, like weeds in the road. We were silenced. We were faceless." By arming and masking themselves, the Zapatistas explain, they weren't joining some Star Trek-like Borg universe of … [Read more...] about The unknown icon
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