Harper's Bazaar India

Harper's Bazaar India September 2019

Harper’s Bazaar is the oldest, continuously published fashion magazine in the world; Harper’s Bazaar has been the bastion of fabulous fashion for more than 142 years. As the 29th international edition, Harper’s Bazaar India matches the exacting standards that its cousins have set around the world in the areas of fashion, editorial content, and photographic superiority. Harper’s Bazaar India is a magazine that celebrates the best in luxury, design and style. It’s where fashion gets personal. While it’s a fashion magazine, and the emphasis is on fashion, it is also a champion of personal style. Harper’s Bazaar understands that women want to know the latest news and fashion trends, yet encourages a very personal expression of that style. It believes women are fabulous at every age, and is committed to celebrating that in every issue.

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1. Rituparna Som has been writing on culture and lifestyle for the past 18 years across leading newspapers and magazines. In this issue, she writes about Janavi India’s ode to Kashmir in ‘The Lake House’, pg 64. “Writing about what Kashmir meant as a childhood refuge for Janavi founder Jyotika Jhalani, and how its beauty inspired a new collection, gave me a privileged front-row seat to experience the larger-than-life lushness the valley has to offer, a few months before the current upheaval.” 2. Samantha Shannon is a London-based bestselling author of The Bone Season series. Her work has been translated into 26 languages. Here, she writes about how reading helps her escape from the routine of life in ‘All The Lives We Ever Lived’, pg 105. 3. Tarun Vishwa is a Delhi-based…

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the new

THE HOTTEST NEW FACE IN FASHION IS DIVERSITY. And she is everywhere. From the covers of magazines, to conversations on social media. She opens and closes every show, at all the fashion weeks—from catwalks in India to runways in New York. And for Bazaar’s Big Fashion Issue, she obviously made it to the cover. Models Naomi Janumala and Pratik Shetty represent diversity in the truest sense. The new faces of global beauty, they also symbolise inclusivity. They are not just two more Indian models that have made a mark internationally. Of course, being the face of Rihanna’s online Fenty campaign is huge, and walking for Raf Simons and Fendi is no mean achievement. But there is a bigger reason to celebrate. Today, their representation matters. Today, you can be from any part…

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1 fall’s finest

The HAT This iteration of the bucket hat melds the traditional with the contemporary The DRESS Pleat detailing and a daring slit makes for the ultimate statement dress The LOOK Channel the season with a play on contrasting textures and shades of brown The BAG Leather and suede come together in a classic baguette The SHOES The classic Mary Janes are elevated with a square toe and a statement logo accent See Where to Buy for details. Model: Mansi at Anima Creative Management. Hair: Mayank Narang. Makeup: Emelda Lepcha. Fashion interns: Diya Aggarwal and Veer Misra.…

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2 micro-trend: cuffs

Bold cuffs are the accessories of the season: Wear them with a simple, minimal outfit for a flash of glamour. Choose from Tory Burch’s printed version or Cult Gaia’s rattan option. IMAGES: COURTESY BOTTEGA VENETA; CULT GAIA; DSQUARED2; GIVENCHY; PROENZA SCHOULER; SHAUN LEANE; TORY BURCH.…

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3 reading list

RICK OWENS BY RICK OWENS Filled with iconic photographs of Owen’s most impressive looks over the last decade, this volume is a celebration of the American designer’s provocative, grunge-meets-glamour aesthetic. Fans will appreciate the avant-garde imagery of key pieces like his biker jackets, and draped and tailored dresses and coats. GRACE OF MONACO: PRINCESS IN DIOR BY FREDERIC MITTERRAND, BRIGITTE RICHART, AND FLORENCE MÜLLER Much of the Hollywood-star-turned-Princess-of-Monaco’s elegant wardrobe was built through a close, 30-year-long relationship with the House of Dior. Along with chronicling it through beautiful illustrations and photographs from the brand’s archives, this book also includes personal touches such as a foreword by her son, Prince Albert II of Monaco.…

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4 fashionable reads: personal canvas

FRIDA KAHLO Frida Kahlo often wore a traditional Mexican garment called the huipil—a square-necked tunic embroidered with tapestry, beads, flowers, and gems. Kahlo also mixed and matched cultural attire from Guatemala and China and accessorised with golden cat-eye glasses. André Breton called her work ‘a ribbon around a bomb’. NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE The indubitably chic sculptor, painter, and filmmaker Niki de Saint Phalle’s style reportedly inspired Yves Saint Laurent’s 1966 Le Smoking Tuxedo suit. When she started making her Tirs series—the gun-shot paintings—she would wear a white jumpsuit and black ankle boots. She said, “Performance art did not exist, but this was performance.” MARINA ABRAMOVIĆ The artist has been on the cover of more style publications than a lot of top models. Abramović’s attitude toward fashion shifted over the years. She said: “Until I…