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VOGUE India

December 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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PRIYA TANNA EDITOR-IN-CHIEF FASHION DIRECTOR Anaita Shroff Adajania ART DIRECTOR Swaminathan Iyer MANAGING EDITOR Renuka Joshi Modi FASHION FEATURES DIRECTOR Priyanka Khanna JUNIOR FASHION FEATURES EDITOR Akanksha Kamath FASHION BOOKINGS EDITOR Divya Jagwani ASSOCIATE FASHION DIRECTOR Priyanka Kapadia SENIOR FASHION EDITOR Fabio Immediato (London) JUNIOR FASHION EDITORS Daniel Franklin, Ria Kamat WATCH EDITOR Rishna Shah JEWELLERY EDITOR Priyanka Parkash FASHION COORDINATOR Naheed Driver BEAUTY EDITOR Sneha Mankani FEATURES DIRECTOR Megha Mahindru FOOD & FEATURES EDITOR Sonal Ved ASSOCIATE EDITOR Shahnaz Siganporia (New Delhi) JUNIOR ART DIRECTOR Niyati Mehta SENIOR DESIGNER Snigdha Kulkarni JUNIOR PHOTO EDITOR Jay Modi SYNDICATION MANAGER Michelle Pereira SYNDICATION COORDINATOR Giselle D’Mello COPY CHIEF Neville Bhandara SENIOR COPY EDITOR Almas Khateeb CO-DIGITAL EDITOR AND NETWORK EDITOR Ridhima Sapre CO-DIGITAL EDITOR AND FASHION EDITOR Rujuta Vaidya MANAGING EDITOR - VOGUE.IN Nitya Chablani COPY EDITOR Madhura Sansare WEDDINGS EDITOR Nupur Sarvaiya DIGITAL FASHION WRITER Yashna Chopra DIGITAL FASHION WRITER Garima Gupta DIGITAL BEAUTY WRITER Avanti Dalal DIGITAL GRAPHIC DESIGNER Bahaar Peshwaria ASSOCIATE…

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get to know...

ERRIKOS ANDREOU Andreou shot Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s Lake Como wedding. Always adding a cinematic touch to his photographs, the Mumbai-based photographer is known to capture the emotion of his subject through his lens. In ‘Good girl gone bad’, page 285, he shoots Bhumi Pednekar in December-ready party looks. SARAH KHAN An award-winning travel writer and former editor at Travel+Leisure, Khan’s work can be found in The New York Times and Wall Street Journal, among other publications. On page 318, she vouches for walking everywhere on vacation, while on 332, makes a case for Rwanda as your next safari destination. DAL CHODHA London-based writer-editor Chodha’s body of work can be seen in publications such as AnOther, Modern Matter and Archivist. He was also a contributing editor for Patternity: A New Way Of Seeing, a…

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editor’s letter

As we head into the next decade, instead of reflecting on the year that was, this December, we jump right into what we’re expecting from 2020. Across this issue, you will find Vogue’s insightful mapping of future trends across fashion, travel, beauty and culture, whether it is our pick of zeitgeist-defining designers or artists who are democratising the field for future generations. To begin with, we are all now more mindful of our choices than ever before. With climate change becoming a conversation that needs more thought and action, creatives across genres and geographies are championing ideas that will reform their industries, thereby directing them onto a path that is more inclusive, sustainable, and approachable. And it is incredible to witness the pace at which we are changing. It is said that…

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letter@vouge.in

DOWN SOUTH Growing up in a film-loving family, it wasn’t news to me that there is more to movies than Bollywood. Reading Vogue India’s October issue offered an insight into the lives of south India’s superstars. It was interesting to see how Nayanthara, Mahesh Babu and DQ Salmaan represent something unique in their respective industries. Avantika Shah, Mumbai A FINE BALANCE Reading about Rakul Preet Singh’s skincare regimen in ‘Rainbow girl’ inspired me to follow my mum’s sage advice to not use on my skin that which I wouldn’t eat. Reading about how Rakul does the same, and believes in clean eating and coconut oil rubs for that glow, inspired me even more. Bhavika Kapoor, Ahmedabad KEEP IT SIMPLE In ‘The rising sun’, it was fascinating to read about Nimish Shah as the new creative…

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twitter feed

Rishika Jotwani (@JotwaniRishika) Part of @VogueIndia’s #SuperSouth #OctoberIssue, Nayanthara’s candid interview about her work ethic, her early days in the film industry and her family was an intriguing read. Amulya Misra (@misra amulya) Loved Radhika Apte’s tell-all chat about being natural and embracing your flaws, while also revealing her go-to beauty tips with @VogueIndia #OctoberIssue. @radhika_apte Khushbu Shah (@Khushbu81482336) @VogueIndia’s feature on Aisha Chaudhary struck a chord with me in appreciating the little things and remembering that I am blessed. Aisha’s simple words are an inspiration to us all.…

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final countdown

1 JENNIFER LOPEZ’S Versace dress proved that both—the dress and she—will be evergreen 2 U2 came to India 3 JOAQUIN PHOENIX transformed into the Joker 4 LUST STORIES bagged an Emmy nomination 5 JENNIFER ANISTON joined Instagram 6. Gully Boy became the official Indian entry to the Oscars 7. CBD skincare was at an all-time high 8. M Vanitha and Ritu Karidhal, the Rocket women of India, almost made it to the moon 9. Game Of Thrones came to an end after eight years 10 ZAC POSEN shut down, and the style set mourned 11 STARS turned beauty moguls 12 GRETA THUNBERG sailed to NYC and got everyone talking about the planet 13 FENTY became the first new house from LVMH, since the 1987-launch of Christian Lacroix 14 THE BOY-MAN became the new style pin-up 15 DUTEE CHAND became India’s first openly gay athlete 16…