While reading the book Mademoiselle Chanel by C.W. Gortner, I came across an interesting information on how the idea for the logo (interlocked opposed Cs) was conceived by Coco Chanel. Boy Capel was love of Chanel’s life. Even though working women were looked down upon during those times, Boy had gauged Chanel’s potential and encouraged her… Continue reading Birth of Chanel’s Logo: Did you Know #1
Some say reading opens their mind to various possibilities and perspectives while others say that it stimulates them intellectually. For some, it provides tranquility in the hustle bustle of life and for others, it has made them more empathetic. For me, it is that unconditional friend who has not only entertained me over the years… Continue reading Did you know?
“I admire you. You have learned to rise with the wind, rather than fight it. Too many people struggle to become what is expected of them, when, as we both know, what is expected of us is rarely what we desire.” Mademoiselle Chanel by C.W. Gortner takes you on a historical tour covering life of… Continue reading Mademoiselle Chanel Book Review #6
Maybe it’s time to just scrap the word “racist.” Find something new. Like Racial Disorder Syndrome. And we could have different categories for sufferers of this syndrome: mild, medium, and acute.” Americanah is a story of a confident, self-assured, outspoken Nigerian woman Ifemelu, who moves to America for studies on partial scholarship. Her childhood boyfriend… Continue reading Americanah Book Review #5
“I think a trauma doesn’t stop just because you’ve been rescued.” The book open with protagonist Maya being questioned by FBI agents. She and couple of other girls have been rescued from a beautiful garden where they were held as captives by a person addressed as The Gardener. He is a serial killer who marks… Continue reading The Butterfly Garden Book Review #4
“How every patch of light and shadow from the moon seemed deep and lovely. Calm or storm, it didn’t matter. It was exquisite and mysterious, just because it was night. I wonder now how I lost it, the mysteriousness, the wonder. It faded steadily until one day it was entirely gone, and night became… Continue reading Book Review – The keepers of the House
Wish you a very Happy Birthday. May happiness and success be your constant companions, good health stand by you in all your endeavors and wisdom be your guide till eternity, May your days be filled with sunshine and nights with sweet romances, May life tickles you into laughter on all days, May you be bestowed… Continue reading A Birthday Message for a loved one…