Fashion Fix: Pretty In Pastels

Celebrate the start of summer by refreshing your winter wardrobe with some classic pieces in Easter Egg shades. A big trend on both global and Indian runways, you’ll find the soothing tones look lovely in modern separates from Marks & Spencer and Zara, delicate ethnic wear from Biba or Fab India or chic accessories from Clarks and Ray-Ban. Moxie Media VR Pastel 1

Make a strong statement at work with these soft yellow trousers from Zara or put together a laid-back look with fluid M&S separates in pink.

Moxie Media VR Pastel 2

White or tone-on-tone embroidery on pastel anarkalis from Fab India and BIBA make for elegant traditional wear.

Moxie Media VR Pastel 3

Put your best foot forward in yellow t-strap shoes from Clarks or channel a sultry 60s vibe in sky blue sunglasses from Ray-Ban.

Five Installations You Must See At The Dumas Art Project

VR Surat transforms into a veritable art gallery for the Dumas Art Project 2015 from March 20 to April 12, 2015. If you haven’t had the chance to see this wonderful collection of art yet, here are five installations created by some of the most prominent and promising artists from across India, which you absolutely mustn’t miss.

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The Reverie Wagon (Cart of Hope) created by artist Aswad Sheikh references the humble handcart. The aim of this installation, Sheikh explains, is to make people understand that what they may see as trash might be a treasure for someone else.

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The Mudra (Hand) designed by Nayanjeet Nikam and Om Creations Trust represents the Swach Mumbai campaign, which aims to keep the city’s residential and public areas clean.

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Artists Reha Shishodia and Nayanjeet Nikam have conceptualized the Tree Of Life. It symbolizes wisdom, protection, beauty, redemption, abundance, strength and the grace of God.

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This life-sized installation of a camel was created with jute by Rajendra Chavan and Mukesh Mestry. Titled Touch The Life, this sculpture is embedded with taps to highlight the cause of water conservation.

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Artist Sumeeta Patil endeavours to create awareness about the importance of being united in India with a tromp l’oeil piece called Jana Gana Mana – Touch Everyone’s Heart.

Moxie Media VR Dumas 2-1

Artists Uttara Joshi, Anjum Motiwala and Deepti Nair created this modern sculpture called Contrapuntal – Melodies in Touch to depict singular forms and synchronous thoughts.

VR Surat invitees you to make the most of this unique experience where art comes alive in the heart of the city.

Fashion Fix: Three Ways To Wear White Pants

White trousers can be the ultimate basic in any Surti’s wardrobe once you get creative with how you style them. Unlike black, white has a fresh, modern and easy vibe to it that fits into any setting: work, weekend or wherever else. VR Surat gives you a plethora of options to choose from. Here are three favourites:

Moxie Media VR Fashion Fix White Pants 1

Slip on a bold-hued kurta from Global Desi on comfortable white trousers to create a contemporary ethnic look.

Moxie Media VR Fashion Fix White Pants 3

Pair white pants from ZARA with a flirty crop top for an elegant evening ensemble.

Moxie Media VR Fashion Fix White Pants 2

Wear a dark blazer with skinny white trousers from ONLY to make mundane workwear infinitely more interesting.

VR Surat Turns Into An Art Wonderland

The 3rd edition of the Dumas Art Projectkicks off today at VR Surat with art lovers, enthusiasts and connoisseurs joining together to make Surat’s art scene come alive. This year’s participating artists created striking art installations that touched on various subjects, highlighting socio-political issues, depicting spiritual themes, commenting on philosophy and drawing attention to the oft-ignored work done by NGOs. The installations are on display till April 12, 2015.

Moxie Media VR Diaries Dumas Art Project

Fashion Fix: Pretty In Pastels

Celebrate the start of summer by refreshing your winter wardrobe with some classic pieces in Easter Egg shades. A big trend on both global and Indian runways, you’ll find the soothing tones look lovely in modern separates from Marks & Spencer and Zara, delicate ethnic wear from Biba or Fab India or chic accessories from Clarks and Ray-Ban. Moxie Media VR Pastel 1

Make a strong statement at work with these soft yellow trousers from Zara or put together a laid-back look with fluid M&S separates in pink.

Moxie Media VR Pastel 2

White or tone-on-tone embroidery on pastel anarkalis from Fab India and BIBA make for elegant traditional wear.

Moxie Media VR Pastel 3

Put your best foot forward in yellow t-strap shoes from Clarks or channel a sultry 60s vibe in sky blue sunglasses from Ray-Ban.

Five Installations You Must See At The Dumas Art Project

VR Surat transforms into a veritable art gallery for the Dumas Art Project 2015 from March 20 to April 12, 2015. If you haven’t had the chance to see this wonderful collection of art yet, here are five installations created by some of the most prominent and promising artists from across India, which you absolutely mustn’t miss.

Moxie Media VR Dumas 2-3

The Reverie Wagon (Cart of Hope) created by artist Aswad Sheikh references the humble handcart. The aim of this installation, Sheikh explains, is to make people understand that what they may see as trash might be a treasure for someone else.

Moxie Media VR Dumas 2-5

The Mudra (Hand) designed by Nayanjeet Nikam and Om Creations Trust represents the Swach Mumbai campaign, which aims to keep the city’s residential and public areas clean.

Moxie Media VR Dumas 2-2

Artists Reha Shishodia and Nayanjeet Nikam have conceptualized the Tree Of Life. It symbolizes wisdom, protection, beauty, redemption, abundance, strength and the grace of God.

Moxie Media VR Dumas 2-4

This life-sized installation of a camel was created with jute by Rajendra Chavan and Mukesh Mestry. Titled Touch The Life, this sculpture is embedded with taps to highlight the cause of water conservation.

Moxie Media VR Dumas 2-6

Artist Sumeeta Patil endeavours to create awareness about the importance of being united in India with a tromp l’oeil piece called Jana Gana Mana – Touch Everyone’s Heart.

Moxie Media VR Dumas 2-1

Artists Uttara Joshi, Anjum Motiwala and Deepti Nair created this modern sculpture called Contrapuntal – Melodies in Touch to depict singular forms and synchronous thoughts.

VR Surat invitees you to make the most of this unique experience where art comes alive in the heart of the city.

Fashion Fix: Three Ways To Wear White Pants

White trousers can be the ultimate basic in any Surti’s wardrobe once you get creative with how you style them. Unlike black, white has a fresh, modern and easy vibe to it that fits into any setting: work, weekend or wherever else. VR Surat gives you a plethora of options to choose from. Here are three favourites:

Moxie Media VR Fashion Fix White Pants 1

Slip on a bold-hued kurta from Global Desi on comfortable white trousers to create a contemporary ethnic look.

Moxie Media VR Fashion Fix White Pants 3

Pair white pants from ZARA with a flirty crop top for an elegant evening ensemble.

Moxie Media VR Fashion Fix White Pants 2

Wear a dark blazer with skinny white trousers from ONLY to make mundane workwear infinitely more interesting.

VR Surat Turns Into An Art Wonderland

The 3rd edition of the Dumas Art Projectkicks off today at VR Surat with art lovers, enthusiasts and connoisseurs joining together to make Surat’s art scene come alive. This year’s participating artists created striking art installations that touched on various subjects, highlighting socio-political issues, depicting spiritual themes, commenting on philosophy and drawing attention to the oft-ignored work done by NGOs. The installations are on display till April 12, 2015.

Moxie Media VR Diaries Dumas Art Project