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HELLO! India

HELLO! India

March 2020

Hello! covers the world of celebrities from a completely different angle, making it the world's most loved celebrity magazine. Hello! is invited into the palaces and homes of some of the world's most elusive royal families, movie stars and celebrities, to get a view from the inside. The result: intimate, never-seen-before private moments far removed from the glare of the paparazzi, and interviews that are as insightful and interesting as they are exclusive

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India
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Worldwide Media Private Limited
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2 Min.
letters to the editor

letterstohello@gmail.com VICKY UNDERSTANDS TRUE POWER True power is when someone actually uses it for others. Unfortunately, it is often misused in our society and never fully utilised for the benefit of others. However, there’s hope in the new world order to redefine the essence of “power” and create a sort of balance in society. Vicky Kaushal is an actor who understands the true meaning of power and he uses it to make his films more relatable. Across the continents, Prince Harry and Meghan have yielded their power to state that one may be born into privilege, but they can still choose their own paths. And it’s with such acts that our celebrities empower their fans and followers. Vandana Chawla, Pune JOLIE: A BEAUTIFUL SOUL I truly enjoyed reading Angelina Jolie’s interview in HELLO!’s February 2020…

3 Min.
editor’s note

“The glass ceiling of art being ‘unaffordable’ was broken long ago, and, today, the market offers something for everyone. Art has also become an important part of interiors, and hence has moved out from the hallowed galleries to interior stores. This makes it more accessible” Editor Over the last few years, I have noticed the surge of interest in ‘art’ not only among the super-elite, but more so among a new breed of professionals and youngsters, who are happy to spend money on things that matter, and buying art is definitely one of them. The recently concluded India Art Fair in New Delhi was a classic example of how the ‘New India’ has opened its doors to the art world. We saw keen participation not only by Indian artists and gallerists, but…

1 Min.
contributors

SHALINI PASSI Assembling a review of this year’s India Art Fair, Shalini is Founder of the Shalini Passi Art Foundation and MASH (an acronym for My Art Shalini), a magazine which combines perspectives on art, design, architecture, crafts and fashion. “MASH seeks to explore an emerging Indian aesthetic that crosses the boundaries,” she shares. RAJU RAMAN A product of NIFT, Bangalore, Delhi-based photographer, Raju shares, “I believe, for any artist, art is life. More than artworks, their lives inspire me more.” He refers to the artists he has captured for our cover this month – Jitish Kallat, Subodh Gupta and Bharti Kher, as well as other power-personalities who have helped create a more wholesome ecosystem for Indian art – Amin Jaffer, and gallerist Roshini Vadehra. ANTONIO MARTINELLI The Venice-born, Paris-based French/Italian photographer, has worked on…

2 Min.
editor’s lounge

JEAN PAUL GAULTIER’S LAST RUNWAY SHOW During the Spring 2020 Couture Season in January, Jean Paul Gaultier bid adieu to the runway. Days before sending top models down the runway in true Gaultier savoir faire, the French designer announced the 50th anniversary showcase to be his last via Instagram. The collection was a variegated amalgamation of the designer’s golden career. While only 50 looks were new, the remaining were all upscaled versions of his previous collections. The final collection included sailor tops, corsets, jackets, tuxedos, chiffon dresses with exotic accents, shredded jeans worn by the likes of Coco Rocha, Winnie Harlow, Gigi and Bella Hadid, Jourdan Dunn and Karlie Kloss. GUCCI GOES PSYCHEDELIC The Creative Director of the Italian fashion house, Alessandro Michelle has maintained an idiosyncratic and distinct path to high fashion.…

2 Min.
march calendar

ART AND CULTURE BRIJ HOLI MAHOTSAV WHERE: Bharatpur, Rajasthan WHEN: 4 to 6 March The festival of colours is celebrated with much fanfare and for three days in March in the Brij region of Rajasthan. The event is marked by several music and dance performances – or Rasleela – by locals in an ode to Lord Krishna. Folk songs in celebration of Radha and Krishna are sung amidst the religious fervour. Handicraft fairs and several competitions are organised around this event around Bharatpur district. ARCTIC WINTER GAMES 2020 WHERE: Whitehorse, Canada WHEN: 15 to 21 March The multi-sport event happens to be the largest one organised in the Arctic region. Thirteen nations participate in this week-long event that celebrates sports such as archery, biathlon, curling, ice hockey, gymnastics, basketball, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, volleyball, wrestling, figure skating and…

6 Min.
sharing her father’s passion for painting ines salinas

‘With brushes, the smell of paint and classical music, my father instilled in me a love for art’ Artist Inés Salinas has never had to look far for inspiration. Her father Manuel Salinas, one of Spain’s foremost abstract painters, was rarely without a brush in his hand as little Inés was growing up, and the family home is itself a work of art – a masterpiece of Renaissance style with roots in Andalusia’s Islamic past and glimpses of the glory of ancient Rome. Here, in the centre of the city of Seville, in the district of Santa Cruz, Inés celebrated many of her life’s milestones surrounded by family, friends and art. In December 2018 the sprawling house, with its exquisite tiled walls, Moorish fountain and many stained-glass windows, made the picture-perfect venue…