Peter Pan has been legendary in the world. Ranging from musical films to use the name of peter pan. Even in America’s largest bus company was named peter pan. And several well-known band called peter pan. Peter pan one band even jailed for sexual abuse cases. That is the legend of peter pan. Not to mention the peter pan clothes worn in many ways.

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PETER PAN SYNDROME The recent rush of Peter Pan film projects hitting the town began with “The.Never.Land,” a spec script by John Swetnam that was sent to studios in mid-February from FilmEngine. That project, described as a big-budget tent pole, tells the story of Wendy and the forever-young boy with a “Twilight”-ish spin.

Around the same time, an untitled Peter Pan pitch hit studios from “Wedding Crashers” producer Tapestry and writer/producer Jeff Rake, who came up with a Pan family adventure concept.

Both projects then saw some of the wind taken out of their sails by “Pan,” the high-profile Channing Tatum-led package that included Billy Ray on board to write and Joe Roth attached to produce.

“Pan,” which reimagines the classic 1904 stage play (and later novel) by J.M. Barrie with the boy and the dastardly Captain Hook as brothers, recently sold to Sony in what sources say is a seven-figure deal.

Not to be outdone, on March 11, “Neverland” hit the town and is in play at several studios. The spec script has Pan recast as a villain abducting London’s children, while Hook, the hero, must stop him.

“It’s amazing that I picked the week that Peter Pan is more ubiquitous than Charlie Sheen,” jokes Aperture’s Adam Goldworm, who is repping “Neverland.”

The Pan pileup comes amid a wave of fairy-tale and classic literature projects taking hold in Hollywood, as studios seek to move away from the comic books and toy brands that have filled multiplexes. On the heels of “Red Riding Hood,” several versions of the “Snow White” tale are in the works, as well as “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” at Paramount and “Jack the Giant Killer” at Warner Bros.

Not to be left out, TV is jumping into the Pan game, with U.S. cable network Syfy making a four-hour miniseries titled “Neverland.” Keira Knightley just joined the cast as the voice of Tinker Bell in what is intended to be a prequel of sorts.

New Delhi: If you want to wear loose fitting clothes to office in summer but dread that monotonous corporate look, here`s how to glam up. Put on a simple shirtdress, throw in a chic accessory or try a Peter Pan collar shirt to see the difference.

Fashion experts suggest that comfortable fits in subtle colours, a bit of detailing, topped with minimal make-up, can do wonders to your work attire.

“Summer is a season when you prefer loose fitting clothes over slim-fits to remain fresh and comfortable throughout office hours. So try monochromatic shirts or the shirtdress in different prints or in single tones,” designer Mmonika Arora told IANS.

“A shirtdress is more of a traditional dress with a bit of twist and fusion in its design and cut. With a belt along the waistline, this dress gives a slim and smart look to your personality,” she said.

The designer says women should lay emphasis on accentuating their best body feature while selecting corporate wear.

“Choose an outfit that accentuates your best features and commands attention. Make sure that it`s not over-the-top. You want to look classy, not flashy. And, remember, dresses are the definition of femininity,” said Arora.

For designer Vandy Mehra, who specialises in corporate wear, the detailing — minimal embroidery and metallic elements – adds spark to the entire corporate look.

“The detailing is what makes the ensemble glamorous and one needs to focus on that. It`s all about comfortable, yet sharp dressing for the corporate look this spring-summer,” said Mehra, who runs a label called SBJ.

“Women should also opt for folded cropped trousers with a white-coloured front bow shirt. A flower print Peter Pan collar shirt is a wardrobe staple this season.”

Laying your hands on the right colour and fabric also needs attention for office wear, says designer Kapil Arora of label Kapil and Mmonika.

“Keep in mind your skin tone while selecting the right colour. If you have fair skin, don`t pick colours that make you look either more pale or white.

“Pastel colours like light green, light purple, yellow and mustard work best in summers. Fabrics like cotton and linen are must have, but for corporate wear, it is better to opt for a blend of linen or wrinkle-free fabric,” said Kapil.

Clothes apart, jewellery also plays a pivotal role while dressing up for office. According to jewellery designer Chetna Nanda, subtle and chic accessories work best in a corporate environment.

“If you work in a corporate environment, you should keep your accessories subtle and chic. Not flashy. In general, it`s a good idea to avoid bright colours and glitzy accessories in office unless you work in a creative environment,” said Nanda.

“Jewellery that jangles such as chandelier earrings and stacks of bangles are distracting. Opt for stud earrings, chic pearl strings or single bracelets,” Nanda added.

As for the make-up, which can make or break your entire look, celebrity stylist duo Yatan and Jojo said: “The emphasis should be on the eyes.”

“Define the eyes with kohl pencil or eyeliner and use mascara for the lashes. Use subtle colours for lips and just a hint of blush for colour on the cheeks,” said Yatan.

Jojo added: “For the hair, choose a practical style, which is easy to create and maintain. It is important your hair remains fuss-free and easy to handle through the day.” Peter Pan has been legendary