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  1. As menswear designers — the ones holding fashion by its very neck — there's a lot to dig one's hands into (design, sales, retail: it's a mad, mad world). That said, if there's anything that's a real constant in their lives, it's their creative aesthetic and the rules they live by. Nothing, we mean nothing, can deter that foundation for them. But enter their fathers — their pillars of strength, who in some way or the other have played a major role in becoming what they are today. Because really, these artistic minds may be style mavericks themselves, but let's not forget: papa too taught them a thing or two. On Father's Day today, seven of India's most prolific menswear designers reveal the style lessons their daddy (let's add 'dearest' for emotions) taught them, while laying the foundation of what they are today. 1. Dhruv Kapoor © Strand Of Silk "I may not swear by it, but my father taught me the power of dressing down. Just a half-sleeved collared shirt and tailored trousers are all you need. Less is more!" 2. Raghavendra Rathore © Instagram/Raghavendra Rathore "Well, the most important lesson in fashion — the value of time. It's a vital and supremely perishable resource of our lives." 3. Gaurav Khanijo © MensXP "Pretty much everything: colour balance, colour blocking, colour play. To be frank, the reason why I love colours is because I've grown up see him play with them with absolute ease. From pinks, reds, animal prints, florals — he has them all in his wardrobe." 4. Abhishek Paatni © MensXP "Papa taught me how to ace the windsor knot and the trick to styling a neck scarf with the most baller (and wet) mop." 5. Sahil Aneja © Sahil Aneja "The basis of my personal style is all him. I used to ogle at his chinos, plaid shirts and always dreamed of wearing them once I grow up!" 6. Dhruv Vaish © Dhruv Vaish "Whenever my father stepped out for a casual 'do, he would hop a casual blazer over a classic polo T-shirt. The combo looked terrific!" 7. Shivan and Narresh © Sagar Ahuja/Shivan and Narresh Shivan Bhatiya: "My father has a very simple and clean outlook towards fashion. His love for finding supremacy in simplicity is reflective in my casual personal style today." Narresh Kukreja: "My destiny in fashion is purely because of him. He paved the way for my career in design and fashion (he took the decision for me) and today, I only have him to thank; for seeing this in me way ahead in time. I'm still trying to fit into his shoes!"
  2. PM Modi, after nominating a plethora of Indian celebrities to come and join the 'fit India movement', has finally taken the challenge himself. Modi released the video on twitter this morning. Here are moments from my morning exercises. Apart from Yoga, I walk on a track inspired by the Panchtatvas or 5 elements of nature - Prithvi, Jal, Agni, Vayu, Aakash. This is extremely refreshing and rejuvenating. I also practice breathing exercises. #HumFitTohIndiaFit pic.twitter.com/km3345GuV2 — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 13, 2018 In the video, PM Modi is seen doing a mix of multiple exercises, mostly walking and inspired by five elements of nature – Earth, water, fire, air and sky. A lot of people had criticised PM Modi for not taking up the fitness challenge even though he had nominated a lot of Indian celebrities including Virat Kohli for the same. Even though he has now finally taken up the challenge, twitter wasn't too impressed. This is how our first Prime Minister Nehru ji performed yoga. This should be #FitnessChallenge pic.twitter.com/qZMGovpybY — Simmi Ahuja #WeBelieveInST (@SimmiAhuja_) June 13, 2018 Modi failed in GST implementation Modi failed in job creation. Modi failed in protecting Farmers. Modi failed in poverty alleviation. Modi failed in governance. Modi failed in Doklam. Modi failed in Kashmir. But bhakts are very Happy that Modi Passed in #fitnesschallange — KTL (@K_T_L) June 13, 2018 How fit is our country? Crime, internal conflict, political terror, external threats, terrorism and so on cost us 9% of our GDP. To give perspective- India lost over a trillion PPP dollars because of all this. #FitnessChallenge, #fitnesschallange, #fitIndia. pic.twitter.com/rSyXyGD92J — Atul Thakur (@Data_Weak) June 13, 2018 The PM also nominated Karnataka's Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy and tennis player Manika Batra along with the entire IPS fraternity to take up the fitness challenge. I am delighted to nominate the following for the #FitnessChallenge: Karnataka's CM Shri @hd_kumaraswamy. India's pride and among the highest medal winners for India in the 2018 CWG, @manikabatra_TT. The entire fraternity of brave IPS officers, especially those above 40. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 13, 2018 While Manika Batra happily accepted the challenge, H D Kumaraswamy politely declined on twitter. Dear @narendramodi ji I am honoured& thankU very much for d concern about my health I believe physical fitness is imptnt for all&support d cause. Yoga-treadmill r part of my daily workout regime. Yet, I am more concerned about devlpment fitness of my state&seek ur support for it. — CM of Karnataka (@CMofKarnataka) June 13, 2018
  3. This may sound like we've been best friends for close to a century, but guess what — that's how we've always seen this bond. There's no other reason why The Man Box is our ultimate gift to you: our selection of the most promising stuff for the best version of yourself. See this as a careful selection of products for the modern Indian man, tried and tested by MensXP's Grooming Editors, applied on every skin type (for some hardcore testing), but all summed up in a box for just Rs 1,099 for you. Is this enough bang for your buck? Of course. Will it bring fortune to your hair and skin? Absolutely. Do we think this is the best? Hell yeah! © MensXP Good news: Our blood, toil, sweat and tears from rigorous research and India's most affordable (and notable) grooming caddy is finally here to replace your boring 'ol skincare and grooming arsenal. Ready to be delivered to your doorstep, at 63% off; so well, you're not going to burn a hole in your pocket. Bad news: You will not have to go anywhere else again! © MensXP But How Did This Happen? This wasn't an easy task (nor a cliché testing process either). Pick a product, put it under a 5-step testing scanner, check for visible results, grab a review from the dermatologist and ask yourself a few quick questions: Is this the right formula? Will this nourish my skin? Does this work for every skin type besides just mine? And lastly, will this get me a step closer to becoming David Beckham? Now repeat the process for 100 such products. That's really how ballistic this exercise was. After all, no one finds the best stash overnight. To put it simply 'The Man Box' is the skincare and grooming party you'd been missing out on. © MensXP Before impatience takes over and you can no longer control your eagerness to buy 'The Man Box' for yourself (don't mind our humour), let's scroll through what's in store for you. Raw Nature's Volcanic Green Clay Face Wash © MensXP In keeping with the severity of a face cleanser in life, this one's no enemy. The only difference? It's straight off the muddy pits of Brazil; meaning: essential minerals, oil-eliminating properties, de-toxifying elements and anti-blackhead/white head/blemish agents. Not forgetting a healing and soothing mother-like charm, that's the only love your skin demands. This really is something for men with oily skin. Souhait Essentials Daily Defence Range Day Shield Daily Moisturiser (With SPF 20) © MensXP Born out of a need for a daily moisturiser and the temptation to induce a serum within, this is where the good things lie. Come to think of it, even its birth was a noble skincare-cause. Now, bring in the goodness of almond oil and English cameline (sans the greasiness) and the fact that the product is supremely lightweight, for another convincing argument on Souhait Essentials' Day Shield's moisturisation (and hydration) abilities. Also, SPF 20 anyone? Spruce Shave Club's 5X Razor © MensXP For men who're all about testing the best grooming products, we know when we spot a terrific razor. And we know when it glides right, doesn't annoy your skin and all in all, gives you a great shave. In that aspect, the 5X Razor by Spruce Shave Club is quite the find. Let's thank the Aloe Vera and Vitamin E-enriched lubricating tube and double-coated blades that are tailor-made for a masterstroke while striking the blade. The Man Company's Tea Tree Oil Shave Gel © MensXP To be frank, there's nothing extraordinary about this shave gel for men. Except, it improves the quality and texture of your skin (while you lather the hell up and shave), prevents infections and knocks all kinds of dullness out the window. We're not saying this is exemplary, but thanks to tea tree and mint oil, no shave gel ever felt this good. Ask your skin for a review, if you'd like. Bombay Shaving Company Post Shave Balm © MensXP A shaving-high could be splendid, but without the after-application of a soothing balm, it could all end up just being a downer. Save yourself the trouble, and step things up with Bombay Shaving Company's lemon extract/papaya/Vitamin E acetate enriched post-shave balm. Notice your skin lock in hydration (almost) instantly, while you bask in the glory of a fresh fragrance that lingers on. Ustraa's Strong Hold Hair Gel © MensXP At MensXP, we get it — looking good can sometimes mean just a well-tamed mop. Well-tamed being key, unless you're in for a complete red flag. When all is said and done, Ustraa's Strong Hold Hair Gel has your back. Using your fingers, while you crimp and aim at a well-coiffed upper, its protein-rich formula will work for the betterment of your strands. Don't be baffled if they start to smell great too. © MensXP Now The Main Question, How Do You Grab 'The Man Box'? It's simple, really: BUY NOW
  4. Leave it to the Japanese to make something that is weird and unusual even for people who believe in a highly advanced future. A company has made an autonomous hands-free umbrella which is currently in its prototype stage and works as a drone that follows your head. © YouTube The drone outfitted with a camera that tracks and follows its users heard protecting it from rainfall or direct sunlight. The umbrella-drone is called “free parasol” and has a 50-inch wide umbrella that is designed to float above your head whenever you need it. Demo videos of his strange product have surfaced on the internet where the drone is being tested for withstanding heavy rainfall. © YouTube You can noticeably see from the video that even though this drone works as a concept, it's still not practical. For starters, the drone makes an awful lot of noise which will definitely give its user a permanent headache. Secondly, there is no way one would look socially acceptable with an umbrella hovering over their head. Sure it may be great for people who feel lazy and don't want to carry an umbrella, but it would be tedious enough to carry a drone everywhere around you too. It's not like the drone is compact and can be taken with you everywhere. © YouTube Having said that, the company behind the drone intends to market the product in private areas such as a Golf Course. I'm not sure whether Golfers like a drone buzzing in their ears when they are trying to play the sport; however, the umbrella drone definitely needs a lot before it can become a commercial success. The drone itself weighs 11 pounds and can fly for only twenty minutes, which again doesn't sound like a great proposition. Imagine you have a noisy drone floating on your head and it falls on your head when it runs out of battery. Doesn't sound like a great trade-off for something that may just injure you. The final version of the umbrella drone is expected to be two pounds lighter but we have no word whether it will be quieter, Anyway, if you like to look like an idiot with this thing floating around your head, it will cost $275. Take our advice, just use a normal umbrella and stay away from something that can cause you more harm. If in any way you're interested in this thing, you can watch these videos below:
  5. With time, Bollywood and its actors are changing and molding themselves according to the trends. Earlier, the web wasn't exactly the place B-town wanted to be associated with. But things have changed and Web Series in India has actually become a thing. 2017 introduced us to some exceptional web shows that we totally loved and binge-watched. The popularity of Indian series has grown significantly and it's amazing to see how Bollywood entering and cashing in on the digital space. Biggies like Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Saif Ali Khan are trying their hand as well at the Web Series genre and are wading through unexplored territory. Here's the list of the Bollywood stars, who are all set to rule the digital space and entertain the viewers in 2018: Kalki Koechlin & Jim Sarbh: © Twitter Kalki and Jim are one of those few actors that can pull off any role with ease. Just recently, Kalki completed shooting for Zoya Akhtar's 'Gully Boy', starring Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt in lead roles. Jim was last seen in 'Padmaavat', leaving us in awe with his screen presence. Now, the two stars will be seen in the 12-episode web-series 'Smoke' starring Neil Bhoopalam, Mandira Bedi, and Jim Sarbh. Based on the Goan mafia and politics, Kalki will be debuting as a Portuguese-Goan DJ and nothing much has been revealed about Jim's character yet. Saif Ali Khan: © Twitter For a while, fans have been missing Saif Ali Khan. His never-seen-before avatar in 'Kaalakaandi' came as a relief and it was applauded because of its unconventional feel. Now, Saif is all set to embrace the digital world by playing the lead for the Netflix Original, 'Sacred Games'. Based on the thriller novel by Vikram Chandra, the show is directed by Vikramaditya Motwane. This is one of the most awaited series this year and we can't wait to see Saif ruling the digital space with his amazing acting skills. Vir Das: © Twitter The supremely talented Vir Das has signed up for two shows with Netflix and ABC. After travelling across 6 continents and more than 26 countries and cracking people up with his humour, he has gained a huge fan following. And now, Vir will be seen in a Warner Brothers' dramedy series weekly, 'Whiskey Cavalier'. The show will be both action-packed and a comedy at the same time, tracing the life of the tough-but-tender FBI super agent, Will Chase aka Whiskey Cavalier. Vir will be seen playing one of the main leads named Jai Datta in the series. He is also working with Nikkhil Advani's upcoming 10-part Netflix series titled 'Hasmukh'. Radhika Apte: © Twitter Radhika Apte, who was loved by people in Akshay Kumar's 'Padman' will soon be seen gracing the digital space with Netflix's first Indian original web series 'Sacred Games'. She will be seen sharing screen space with Saif Ali Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Radhika is a magnificent actor and we can't wait to see her entertaining us with her new project once again. Pankaj Tripathi: © Twitter National Award Winner Pankaj Tripathi is one of the most underrated actors. His sheer talent to entertain people makes him an outstanding actor. Recently, he was busy shooting for three films across different languages. He was last seen with Ammy Virk in 'Harjeeta', Sanjay Mishra in 'Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain' and will also be seen with South Indian Superstar, Rajinikanth in 'Kaala'. Currently, the 'Newton' actor is busy shooting for the BBC international remake of 'Criminal Justice'. The web series stars Jackie Shroff and Vikrant Massey in a vital role. Pankaj Tripathi will also be seen in another web series 'Mirzapur'. Arunoday Singh © Instagram Applauded for his character opposite Irrfan Khan in 'Blackmail', Arunoday Singh will soon be seen in Alt Balaji series, 'Apharan'. We will see him donning the role of a cop-turned-criminal in the series and a lot of the scenes have been shot in the lanes of Rishikesh. Directed by Siddhartha Sengupta, the series stars web superstar, Nidhi Singh.
  6. We, at Invision Community, love nothing more after a relaxing day writing PHP code, making commits in git and fighting with jQuery to indulge in a little therapeutic "me time". Given that we've all chosen to work in a nerdy industry (nerds are cool now, we checked) it's no surprise that our down time is spent on nerdy pursuits. Here's how our team spent their allotted and begrudgingly given free time. Ryan (Developer who loves of loud noises) I'm an audio nerd. I go out of my way to hand pick each individual component whenever I'm building a an audio system. My computer, for example, currently has 4 satellite speakers (two Bose, two DCM models which are no longer in production - what is a shame, they are better than any I've ever had), and a sub-woofer (Bose). My living room system is my pride and joy - everything currently runs through a Sony 7.1 channel surround sound system, with a Polk Audio center channel, two Kenwood JL series tower speakers (before JL Audio was it's own thing - each contain a 1.5" tweeter, 5" Midrange, and 12" Subwoofer), two side-surround satellites that need replacing, and will soon have two rear-surround Bose satellites. Each system has specifically been fine-tuned and equalized to my specification. (Editor: I'd be happy with a HomePod) The same applies to my guitar amps - I've spent years fine-tuning my amps to perfection, and constantly adjust and tweak various settings to get different sounds. Still not loud enough, we checked Jennifer (Designer who loves board games) As everyone likely knows I do a lot of pretty nerdy things, from cosplaying to video games to play by post roleplaying (collaborative writing) to collecting nerdy-shirts and playing board games but I think one of my more nerdy things would be that I collect socks and intentionally mismatch them (aka I'm Bi-sockual). I collect socks of all shapes and sizes to have for any occasion including socks with capes, leg warmers and more. I have a pretty nerdy collection including a ton of super hero socks, some Power Puff girls and more. (Editor: Socks with capes. What a time to be alive) These are clean, we checked Daniel (Developer who loves amusing English words) It all started several years ago as a present.. I fall in love with this hobby and got some nice trees from my ex-wife. The collection grew and grew. That's my "poor mans" bonsai collection.. I once trashed a 1000€ plant, then I sold all other which were worth more then 500€ except one and now I just have these left, but it's enought to keep me busy... and to not cause any sadness if something happens to them...Now i really enjoy trying to create my own stuff instead of taking care of bought stuff. (Editor: Daniel is hands down the most interesting person I've ever met) These are legal, we checked. Brandon (Developer who loves movies) I haven't done one in a while, but I like to have movie marathons sometimes. For instance, I'll plan to sit down one day and do nothing but watch Star Wars movies (or Harry Potter, or LOTR or whatever) all day in order. You then have to make the ever important decision of putting the prequels first, or after the originals, but otherwise it tends to be a fun experience watching the continuity from one distinct movie to the next (or, alternatively, looking for broken continuity). When I do this, we tend to eat popcorn, milkshakes and candy for lunch and dinner. Most of my family cannot sit still that long and will just bounce in and out during the marathon. (Editor: I'm in, when do you want me to pop over?) Spongebob lives under the sea, we checked Marc S (Tech who loves things that crash) I guess other than coding, the nerdiest thing I do is watch Formula 1 racing. Whilst this doesn't seem that nerdy, I do go a little overboard with it (as my wife reminds me regularly). This should give you a bit of an idea. At present we are approaching pre season testing. For those not familiar with formula 1, this is a testing phase before the new season, for teams to test their new cars. This means that the new cars are just being shown to the world for the first time. I will watch for these to see them as soon as they come out, then will take a look at what new parts I can see on the car in comparison to last year. Today for example saw the first glimpse of Mercedes, and at 3pm Ferrari will show off their new car online. In addition to that, I've been looking at the stats from last year, along with the know changes this year in engines. I have my own analysis of who I think will be the winners and losers, through the changes from last season in drivers, engine suppliers, and even paddock staff. Testing starts on the cars on Monday in barcelona. Whilst this is not on TV, I will be keeping myself updated with the latest events on there. My daily routine whilst testing is on consists of. Testing live stream running throughout the day during testing Teds notebook in the evening - An show which analyses the days testing F1 show - Another show which analyses each days testing Autosport review - Article online with analysis Sky news site - Usually some good analysis on there BBC Sport - Again, some good analysis and different points of view Motorsport.com - Pretty good website for analysis And of course the formula 1 website itself. Boring to many (Editor: yep), but I guess everyone has to have a hobby. For me its formula 1 analysis. Would love to have a go in one, but to do so it hugely expensive! (Editor: given your history with crashing things, you'd never get insurance) John Woo directed this clip, we checked Andy (Developer who loves to follow instructions) Following a recent project we worked on for LEGO, I rediscovered a love for the brick with the Saturn V. Since then I’ve also started a nice little collection of cars including the incredibly geeky 2704 piece Porsche 911 GT3 RS with functional PDK gearbox and the VW campervan. My family bought me a few more sets for Christmas and I’m toying (no pun intended (Editor: Puns are my thing, it's the only job I have left)) with building a city with the larger modular sets. I’d say that was fairly geeky but I really enjoy the downtime of sitting down and building. I’m not terribly creative so following a set of instructions and seeing things come together appeals to me more than free building. Andy did build this, we checked Right, that's enough of that, everyone back to work! How do you spend your spare time? Let us know below!
  7. What is the one thing you'd like to do in life, but haven't got around to yet? This week, we get introspective and look at the things we'd love to do but haven't found the time to do yet. Brandon (Senior tech support and development) Travel more. I've traveled a little bit, but there are still many many places I'd like to visit. Something tells me I'll need to wait for some of the kids to get older and move out first however. Mark H (Tech support) Take a vacation in Hawaii, as that will complete a goal I set in my youth: Visit all 50 States of the US. Have vacationed, usually camping, in 49 of them so far. Marc S (Tech Support) I have a friend who I have spoken to in the US since I was about 13, through originally chatrooms, then ICQ, and these days Facebook. We have always said one day we will meet up, and thats something I certainly intend to do one day, but havent gotten around to it. Rhett (Cloud Support) A week in Phillip Island, Australia for the MotoGP Race. It's still on my todo list! Matt (Senior Developer) Write a book. Unlike my colleagues, I have no strong desire to travel. I've always wanted to write a book though. In my early teens I used to spend time in front of a mechanical typewriter (through choice, I'm not THAT old) and knocked out a few short stories. They were awful, obviously, but I do love the written word and have a few stories I'd like to get down. Andy (Senior tech support and development) Over the years I’ve started learning a few languages and know just enough French and Italian to be dangerous. I’ve never really focused on either though. I would definitely like to get around to becoming a proficient speaker in at least one other non native language. Mark W (Senior Developer) I'm going to go with everyone else and say more travel. Since I get to work from home I often get a niggling feeling that I could be doing this anywhere in the world rather than in my little office in Colchester. I've made some strides in that direction this year: I spent New Years Eve in Sydney, a somewhat interesting series of events led me to spend some time in Washington DC (but that's a story for another time), plus I visited Berlin and Krakow. 4 countries in one year isn't too bad I think, hopefully next year I can break it though! Jennifer (Designer) Visiting my Irish friend in the UK and attempting to go drink for drink with him to see what sort of shenanigans/trouble he gets me into. Daniel (Senior tech support and development) I want to sail around the world for at least one year (but preferable much longer) and visit as many countries as possible on this trip. I would really love to spent my whole retirement on a sailing ship cruising around the world till i get bankrupt! Stuart (Senior tech support and development) I think quite a few people may have a similar answer, but travelling more is something I would really love to do but haven't got to it yet. I've been to USA many times. There are many places on the list I'd like to go at some point like Peru (Machu Picchu), Austraila, Dubai, Indonesia, Bali... Endless list really. A more realistic answer would be to finish some of my project cars that have been sat in a barn for years. We'd love to hear what you would like to do, but don't have time for just yet. Let us know below!
  8. This week, the team have been discussing the one thing they can not live without. Some found this a hard question to answer. What is the one thing you cannot live without? A tricky question for some. Could you pick just one thing? Brandon (Senior tech support and development) My family is my saving grace and escape, and even though they're (collectively) the ones typically causing me the most work I wouldn't trade them for anything. Mark H (Tech support) I believe my choice would have to be "good coffee". I can deal with no phone, even deal with no credit card. But no coffee? The horror.... the horror. (2 points for naming the reference). Marc S (Tech Support) For me, no matter how much I like my computer, and look around for my phone before I do so much as make a coffee, it would have to be speakers. Not because I have a decent set of speakers, and don't even have to be my own speakers, but something that can play music. Whether I'm doing tickets, developing, cleaning, driving, sat in my office or sat in a bar, its the one thing I cant do without. Rhett (Cloud Support) The question really has two answers, On the tech side, it would be my iPhone, I can do anything from it you can think of really and my go to device for communication of all sorts. In life in general, that's an easy one, "My children, they are the center of my life, and really all that matters is I have them by my side!" Matt (Senior Developer) The one "thing" means I don't have to say family or kids! So I definitely think it has to be my MacBook Pro. I switched from a traditional desktop set-up earlier in the year and haven't looked back. I like being able to pick up my MacBook and carry on working while out and about. When I'm home, I plug it up to my two external monitors and it performs as well as any desktop. Jennifer (Designer) My iPhone. There is no worse thing than leaving my house without being able to check my chat programs or to be able to play Pokemon Go. Daniel (Senior tech support and development) The nerd in me can't live without alfredapp to automate all the things! ( check out their great forum https://www.alfredforum.com ) And the two hours a day of free time I get, I couldn't be without my son and bike. Stuart (Senior tech support and development) I pretty much couldn't be without my laptop, I use it for everything from Gaming, Films to Work. Is there one thing that you can't be without? Let us know below!
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