Nano: Art-in-motion

A model from the Art-in-Motion series initiated by Tata Nano, titled 'Weekender', was recently put on display at the NH7 Weekender music festival. The car was painted at the venue over the three-day music festival by city-based graffiti artist Bruce Dunn, whose unique artwork reflects the spirit of self-expression. This initiative was introduced to integrate the elements of creativity with utility. The model will travel metro cities for over two weeks visiting famous colleges, monuments, orphanage homes, schools and other landmarks with the aim of spreading happiness and cheer.

Fun, frolic and food

Fancy dress competition, magic shows, musical performances and an array of mouth watering vegetarian delights are set to celebrate the 'Stop All Killing' campaign by Sadhu Vaswani Mission at Poona Club Amphitheatre on November 17, 6 pm onwards. Manish Raisinghani, model and television actor will be present as a chief guest at the event. There will be a live performance by singer Renu Gidoomal, an international entertainer and spiritual singer who has performed in over 25 countries including Russia, Latvia, Poland, Hungary, Kenya, India, Panama, Canada, among others. An hour-long fancy dress competition will be held at the event where participants can come up with innovative costumes that are inspired by the 'Go Green' campaign.

Fashionable Artistry

Amway India, organised a fashion show on Saturday to promote their new cosmetic brand 'Attitude'. The campaign travelled to Ahmedabad and Mumbai after it started in Indore on November 3. The grand finale was held in Pune on November 10 at Raga lawns. Friends and family of Amway members were invited for the event. The lush green lawns buzzed with excitement as the members walked the ramp showing off latest fashion trends. The fashion show started with a bridal-wear sequence followed by a theme titled 'Colours of the rainbow', which was dedicated to youth centric fashion trends. The final sequence was inspired by traditional Indian wear, which showcased an amalgamation of attires from different regions of India like nauvari sarees from Maharashtra, patiala suits from Punjab among others. The event was judged by photographer Kamlesh Bokil and beauty expert Sonali Purandare. "Marriage is the most important and auspicious event in any person's life and so our first theme displayed traditional wedding attire. The youth loves good makeup and has love for colours and so the second theme, Color Classics highlighted rainbow colours, while the third sequence showcased the essence of the diversity in our Indian tradition," says Shewli Bagchi, associate manager for Amway West.

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