Jewellery designer, Paroma Popat draws inspiration from her mother’s wardrobe. She creates costume jewellery that exudes essences of geometry and art-deco. A graduate from Lasalle College of Arts in Singapore, Paroma has previously worked with Cosmopolitan and Style Magazine in Singapore as an assistant stylist.
While people his age love to get high on money and all things worldly, writer and blogger Tushar Upreti believes in getting high on life. His mission is to take small steps to a happy world, and in the process, he’s been working for the cause of children from the underprivileged backgrounds and helping them make the most of their ‘Days of Childhood’, which is also the title of his first self-published book, whose Hindi version ‘Chhutpan ke Din’ is the winner of India Media Festival’s Special Achievement Award in the category of bestseller in Children’s Literature.