All we need this gloomy season is a pop of colour to cheer us up, and it seems like our B-Town celebs are doing just that.The divas have fallen in love with one particular colour this season – the sunny yellow, and we are following suit.Here are some of our favourite looks that will make you want to include this colour in your wardrobe too.KAREENA KAPOOR KHAN Photo: instagram/kaushikanuThe reigning colour this season was recently sported by Kareena Kapoor Khan.Kareena looked like a ray of sunshine in this particular outfit. This front-tied blouse with asymmetrical, pleated skirt is perfect for brunches this season. Photo: instagram/therealkareenakapoorKareena also wore a gown in this incredible colour that will make you want to take your bae out for that jazz ball ASAP.MANUSHI CHHILLAR Photo: instagram/manushi_chhillarOur favourite fashionista and a budding style icon, Miss World 2017 Manushi Chhillar wore this bell-sleeved top with flared, front-slit pants, which are accurate for office meetings or even a dinner date.DEEPIKA PADUKONE Photo: instagram/prabalgurungDeepika Padukone’s flirtatious look in this fun yet elegant ensemble is our favourite in the colour. You can wear it for a casual summer date.ALIA BHATT Photo: instagram/aliaabhattAlia Bhatt’s ethnic avatar is worth stealing for all the wedding ceremonies you have to attend.PRIYANKA CHOPRA Photo: instagram/team_pc_Priyanka wore this colour three times recently, and each of the outfits starred in our favourite list.The elegant blouse and skirt combo is the ultimate corporate look you would want to wear for an important meeting. The front thigh-high split adds the perfect amount of edge to it.advertisement Photo: instagram/priyankachopraBoth the tops that PeeCee wore can be another worthy addition to your monsoon wardrobe.JANHVI KAPOOR Photo: instagram/anushreereddydesignThe Dhadak actor wore this fusion ethnic gown to one her film’s promotional event and she looked incredibly gorgeous in the outfit.KRITI SANON Photo: instagram/kritisanonKriti Sanon’s spaghetti gown with fringe details is an incredible date-night outfit when you want to ‘dress to impress’.The diva’s outfit is chic, elegant and everything your date night dress should be.SONAM KAPOOR Photo: instagram/sonamkapoorBollywood’s very own fashionista, Sonam Kapoor, rarely ever goes wrong with any of her outfits. And when she says yellow is the colour of the season, you better listen. This floor-length suit can be a nice addition to your collection.MAHIRA KHAN Photo: instagram/mahirahkhanMahira Khan rocked this outfit during the Cannes International Film Festival this year and got a big approval from the fashion police for sporting this statement one-sleeved top.SOHA ALI KHAN Photo: instagram/sakpataudiSoha’s pleated statement gown with black detailing and belt is a show stealer and definitely proves why yellow is the colour of the season.ALSO READ | Sonam Kapoor to Jacqueline Fernandez: These actresses are fashion entrepreneurs tooALSO WATCH: Let Priyanka Chopra teach you how to dress easy this summer
zoom The Marshall Islands Court has rejected Frontline’s request for a temporary restraining order regarding matters relating to DHT’s acquisition of BW Group’s VLCC fleet, the court documents show.“The High Court issued its ruling denying Frontline’s request, which Frontline filed on April 27, 2017, after hearing arguments by counsel for Frontline, DHT and BW Group,” DHT said.However, the court has agreed to hear Frontline’s request for a preliminary injunction against DHT Holdings on May 17, 2017, the company said, after additional filings be submitted over the coming weeks.To remind, John Fredriksen-controlled tanker owner is seeking an order requiring DHT to set aside its poison pill and what it describes as “other improper takeover defenses” of DHT.Namely, Frontline claims that DHT has pursued such strategies “to entrench itself and its management against offers by Frontline and other third-party bidders, aside from BW Group.”The company earlier said that its move to acquire very large crude carriers (VLCC) from LPG owner BW Group had nothing to do with Frontline’s failed attempts to acquire DHT.As disclosed, the fleet acquisition move is not targeted at “depriving Frontline of the ability to press its pending offer to acquire DHT and all but ensure control is transferred to BW”.“The mere fact that some of the 2 currency being used to acquire those vessels is stock does not entitle Frontline to block this beneficial transaction,” DHT stressed.The move comes following a related action Frontline brought in New York on April 18, 2017, where the court previously held it did not have jurisdiction over DHT or BW Group. The lawsuit was dismissed.Frontline has been trying to acquire DHT shares since March last year, but Marshall Islands-incorporated tanker owner and operator denied all the offers that came its way. The same fate is expected for the latest Frontline’s offer from just two days ago, which DHT said was “unimproved”.“We continue to urge the Board of DHT to negotiate in good faith with Frontline over its proposed offer, for the benefit of all DHT shareholders and consistent with the Board’s fiduciary duties. We will explore all available courses to ensure DHT shareholders receive equitable treatment,” Frontline said.
Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.i.am believes tech and music are one and the same. Rick Kern/Getty Images Will.i.am is perhaps best known as a musician and lead member of the Black Eyed Peas, but he’s also working to make a name for himself in tech. The singer, songwriter and producer has dabbled in wearables with products like the Puls smartband and the i.am+ Dial smartwatch, and in 2015 teamed up with Gucci to create a luxury phone-free smart band, which never materialized. He’s also launched products like a triangular backpack with speakers and a Foto.sosho iPhone case, and is the founder of i.am+, an AI-centered tech company. Now, Will.i.am is looking toward the future — one he believes will be shaped by tech like augmented and virtual reality. Devices like glasses will augment our world and free up our hands, he says, and technology will be more seamless. He imagines that musicians 100 years from now will have to do more than just write and perform songs. They’ll make VR experiences that audiences can virtually transport to. The future of entertainment is VR and AR. Will.i.am Will.i.am was pensive and enthusiastic about the future of tech when I spoke to him recently at Accenture’s innovation hub at Salesforce Tower in San Francisco. “The future of entertainment is VR and AR,” he said. “You’re creating worlds in VR and enriching environments with AR. I can’t wait for that to be the norm in our entertainment industry.”Ten years from now, he predicts, we won’t be staring at screens. Instead, sleek devices will show content right in front of our faces, eliminating the need for bulky gear resembling a helmet. That’s not to say Will.i.am is looking to create those products himself. His current passion is in artificial intelligence and natural language. His company i.am+ is focused on getting its AI system to be more efficient so that when people talk to a voice assistant, their search takes on a more conversational tone. Will.i.am doesn’t see his passion for music and tech as disparate. In fact, if more people knew how creative tech really is, more kids would want to be scientists and engineers, he says. “It’s the most creative industry in society today,” he told me. “Tech is everything. Music is tech. Our industry was founded on technology. If we saw music and tech as the same and not separate, we wouldn’t have this gap of [tech] jobs that are unfilled.” Now playing: Watch this: 0 4:54 Share your voice Post a comment Microsoft HoloLens 2: A first dive into the future of… Tags Music Tech Industry