Friday, 31 August 2018

My Favorites from Venice Film Festival 2018 | Day 1



The Venice Film Festival or Venice International Film Festival, founded in 1932, is the oldest film festival in the world and one of the "Big Three" film festivals alongside the Cannes Film Festival and Berlin International Film Festival. .
(Source: Wikipedia)

Gabriella Wilde

(Image credit: Zimbio)

Thursday, 30 August 2018

InstaCuppa Thermos Flask with Fruit Infuser | Review 


About brand:

All InstaCuppa products are manufactured exclusively for us with great attention to detail and are imported to India. We try to minimize the use of plastic and go for healthy alternatives, like bamboo or glass. Our goal is to offer you the most ergonomic, 100% BPA-free, lightweight and durable accessories that will help you enjoy your healthy recipes anywhere, boost your stamina and turbo-charge your wellbeing!


Tuesday, 28 August 2018

My Favorites from MMVAs | 2018


The iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards (also known as simply the MMVAs, and originally known as the Canadian Music Video Awards until 1995, and formerly and commonly known as the MuchMusic Video Awards) are annual awards presented by the Canadian television channel Much to honour the year's best music videos. (Source: Wikipedia)

Awkwafina

Saturday, 25 August 2018

Tuesday, 21 August 2018

My Favorites from MTV Video Music Awards | 2018


An MTV Video Music Award (commonly abbreviated as a VMA) is an award presented by the cable channel MTV to honor the best in the music video medium. (Source: Wikipedia)

Kylie Jenner


Monday, 20 August 2018

Holistic Tatv Radiant Skin Essential Kit | Review


About Brand:

At Holistic Tatva, we look at day to day concerns and provide simple and holistic solutions for skin care needs. Our endeavor is to make these solutions easily accessible, convenient to use and sustainable not just for our skin, but for our lifestyle as well.

 India has a rich Ayurvedic-herbal heritage. All the new technological developments in the domain of modern day cosmetics sciences has not diminished our trust on herbal remedies, even by an iota. The beauty of Indian herbal lineage is in its simplicity, that most of the remedies are easily available in nature, and are part of our everyday life only.

Let’s curate our skin care - our beauty routine with natural and effective ingredients. Natural ingredient improves our skin condition in sustainable manner, without any stress or side effect to skin or to environment.  We are here to support your interest in using natural ingredients in user friendly manner with functional packaging, for daily and weekly skin care regime. To be precise, it’s our age-old knowledge, packed to suit contemporary life style.

Skin care is often misunderstood as mere vanity. Skin is the largest organ of our body, and hence it should be treated as important as any other vital organ if not more. Good Skin, a well taken care of skin, is a sign of good health and healthy lifestyle and all of us must strive to achieve that. (Source: Holistic Tatv)

Saturday, 18 August 2018

Best Red Carpet Looks | Chloë Grace Moretz


Red carpet fashion refers to the outfits worn on the red carpet at high profile gala celebrity events such as award ceremonies and film premieres. Check out my favorite looks of her here.

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

You Cannot Have All The Answers and Other Stories by Deepa Agarwal | Book Review


Summary:

‘Some stories begin at the beginning and some at the end. And in some it’s hard to say where the beginning is and where the end.’

You Cannot Have All the Answers, a collection of fifteen short stories, offers a glimpse into the conflicting emotions that define the human condition, and portrays characters who attempt to seek answers to a variety of existential questions.

Including The Asian Age short-story competition winner, Cradle Song, these narratives deal with issues like trauma, sexuality, prejudice, family relations, and the recklessness of youth.

The Secret by Rhonda Byrne | Book Review


Summary:

Regarded as a life-changing read by many readers, The Secret by Rhonda Byrne is a self-help book that embarks to motivate the reader about a universal paradigm about success that can be achieved though it remains hidden for most people. The book explores about unveiling this little secret which may transform how people look at things and lead them on to the road of success and true happiness.


Monday, 13 August 2018

Decoding Luxe by Mahul Brahma | Book Review

Summary:

Decoding Luxe explores various facets of luxury brands, taking a strategic, behavioural, historical, experiential, demographical, psychological, dynamic, mechanical and philosophical look at what constitutes luxe or dazzle.

This book is a bible for all stakeholders of luxury brands owner, custodian, retailer, connoisseur as well as student helping them understand and formulate, with a historical perspective, an effective strategy for conceiving, positioning, placing, promoting and pricing these luxury products.

It is all about finding the magic potion for a brand’s success with luxe in India, who always look for value-for-money or value for label.

My Favorite Looks of The Week | August 5th - August 11th


Between red carpets and IRL sightings, here are my favorite looks of the week.

Rita Ora

My Favorites from Teen Choice Awards | 2018



The Teen Choice Awards is an annual awards show that airs on the Fox television network. The awards honor the year's biggest achievements in music, movies, sports, television, fashion, and more, voted by teen viewers (ages 13 to 19).

Normani

Saturday, 4 August 2018

Invisible Walls by Chandrika Balan | Book Review


Summary:

Invisible Walls is about two women, Aparna and Kamala, whose lives run in parallel, though they do not know each other. They dream of a world without walls, but invisible barriers surround and crush them. Kamala reads a book titled Invisible Walls, about Aparna’s life, on a train journey and thus the reader discovers a story within a story. When the narrative begins, Aparna is a student in a university campus in Delhi. She is happy with her close group of friends. Later, constrained in an arranged marriage, she struggles against the confining limits of the invisible domestic walls that tighten around her with her pregnancy. Kamala, also in Delhi, is surer of her ground than Aparna. She is part of what she and her friends call the Fourcentric Gang two men and two women living together, practicing free sex. Kamala finishes reading Invisible Walls when her train reaches Delhi. She sees a pregnant woman being helped out of the train by her irritated husband. Kamala looks at her with sympathy and moves ahead. Their parallel lives move on, without touching each other.