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VOGUE IndiaVOGUE India

VOGUE India

February 2019

Everything you need to know about fashion, trends, beauty, people and lifestyle, VOGUE India is your ultimate style guide. In these pages you’ll find the hottest, newest and latest from the world of fashion and beyond, both in India and from across the world, making it the must-have accessory for the modern, fashionable Indian woman.

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Conde Nast India Pvt. Ltd
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LINDA FARGO Can a handbag give you a better return on investment than stocks? Linda Fargo, fashion insider and the “eyes” of storied department store Bergdorf Goodman, shares her expert viewpoint in ‘#ChoosingBags’, page 158. TARUN VISHWA A celebrated photographer, Vishwa has been a Vogue favourite since the magazine set foot in India. In 2016, he won Photographer of the Year at the Vogue Beauty Awards. This month, the Delhi-based creative flew down to work his magic on cover girl Isha Ambani Piramal for ‘Made to measure’ on page 186. SUBASH VAGAL From Sonam K Ahuja to now Isha Ambani Piramal (see ‘Made to measure’ on page 186), there are few famous faces that Vagal hasn’t worked his genius on. The Mumbai-based make-up artist,…

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editor’s letter

GREAT EXPECTATIONS Fresh off her wedding, Isha Ambani Piramal talks about her future plans (TARUN VISHWA) We set great store by power, wealth, success and fame, the goals that await us at the end of our endeavours. They are the four pillars of measure—and they may work as certificates of merit but not necessarily of character. The real test lies in what you do with them for a greater end.The impact you create—whether for one person, an entire community, or the world at large—lies at the core of this issue. All around us, people are shaping the world in constructive ways—either by giving, by using their influence or by making choices that have far-reaching consequences, and this forms the basis of our Impact Issue. Our choice of cover…

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TELEPORTING TRENDS ‘Jet, set, show’ took me to Saint-Paul de Vence and into the world created by Nicolas Ghesquière for his cruise 2019 collection for Louis Vuitton. From washed-out denims and rainbow plumes to animated cat It bags—I’m crushing over all the new trends for this party season. Neelam Chauhan, Pune ART OF THE MATTER I was elated to read Vogue’s 2018 Art Report; of special interest to me was the feature ‘40 under 40’ on the talented contemporary artists from India. Their art is free-spirited, non-conforming and necessary in our political and social enviroment. I’m eager to invest in Shilo Shiv Suleman’s fantastical work. Malini Subhramanyan, Chennai TAKE IT PERSONALLY Vogue’s December cover was all about Katrina Kaif’s jaw-dropping makeover. Her interview really…

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Riya Dhankar (@Riya dhankar) It was refreshing to see Katrina’s bold avatar in @VogueIndia’s December issue. Kudos on some great styling. #Fashion #CoverGirl Ayan Dalal (@AyanDalal) I’m totally impressed with the @VOGUEIndia cover featuring #KatrinaKaif Sakshi Rajeev Kore (@Sakshayyy) @VOGUEIndia’s December issue was just what I needed to get party-ready! #ShimmerAndShine #FashionLove ■…

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less is more

We’re going back to the old adage for our jewellery inspiration—minimalist pieces for maximum impact @biancamavrick @jeryco_store @sophiemonet @juliethevenotdesign ■…

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cocktail liquid gold

A cool Israeli drink from the 1900s is making a comeback internationally, with bartenders recreating the syrupy, fizzy favourite. Beat the local bartender at his game by mastering the simple formula yourself. THE SYRUP Macerate overripe fruit (anything goes, but peaches, cherries and melon would be nice) with sugar and lemon juice. Blend and strain to remove solids.+ THE SODA Add a couple spoonfuls of fruit syrup to a glass, top off with sparkling water, and adjust proportions to taste.+ THE GARNISH Finish off with a sprig of mint, sage, or parsley. ■…

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