Harper's Bazaar India

Harper's Bazaar India January - February 2020

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. Harpreet Kaur Lamba is a renowned sports journalist who specialises in field hockey. She has covered major events such as the Olympic Games, Hockey World Cup, Asian Games, and Commonwealth Games. She is the former sports editor of The Asian Age. In this issue, she writes on the success of Indian female athletes in ‘The Game Changers’, pg 104. “It was a pleasure to write for Bazaar, as it is a magazine that is known equally for its style and substance.” 2. Mitesh Rajani is a hair and makeup artist based in Mumbai. Though a graduate in commerce, his passion for beauty and fashion led him away from the corporate world. He has since worked with the likes of Radhika Apte, Madhuri Dixit Nene, Kalki Koechlin, and Sobhita Dhulipala, along…

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hello 2020

FROM THE EDITOR “I hope the new year challenges us to look within ourselves and make us question whether we’re doing enough to make an equal world—for women, for the queer, the disabled, the minorities, for all the ones who are born without privilege. Are we watching and hearing enough stories for them, about them, and from them? And if not, then why not?” wrote Gazal Dhaliwal, scriptwriter, activist. For our annualWomen We Love list, we asked 13 amazing women—Dutee Chand, Reena Kallat, Ruchika Sachdeva, among others—their wishes for 2020. The ask was universal: They want more. More empowerment. More representation. More authenticity. They aren’t willing to settle for less. And why should they? Today, the loudest voices are female. The bravest conscience is feminine. And the pronoun‘she’ represents true strength. Women have…

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neutral ground

Cape CRUSADER The perfect tool to layer with, this versatile winter overlay can be worn over everything from trousers to a dramatic pleated skirt Hourglass HOUR Add definition to a look built around a statement coat by cinching the waist with a skinny leather belt IMAGES: COURTESY FARFETCH.COM; MATCHESFASHION.COM; NET-A-PORTER.COM.…

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emer aldcity

MICRO TREND: HATS From wide-brimmed boaters to structured bowler hats, this topper instantly elevates any look and doubles up as protection from the sun. 3 LABEL ALERT: AKHL Yarn made of industrial glass or recycled fishing net material, silk and raffia mesh woven to resemble chainmail—for Delhi-based Akhil Nagpal, innovation begins right from the textile. A 2017 graduate of Central Saint Martins, London, Nagpal worked with Peter Pilotto and Amit Aggarwal before launching AKHL in 2019. His debut line of sheath dresses are packed full of surface details—from the intricate hand embroideries to the new weaves and textile manipulations. 5 THE EXHIBITION: LITTLE SHILPA IN PARIS Ten years since she started her label Little Shilpa, artist and milliner Shilpa Chavan is at a residency at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris. Her show Fleurs…

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space age fashion

This season, designers looked to the heavens for inspiration. While they’ve always been fascinated by galaxies far, far away, recent events including India’s Chandrayaan-2 rover mission; the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing; Elon Musk and Amazon’s race to commercialise space travel, and even the release of a slew of new Star Wars films have definitively turned our attention upwards. Galactic glamour took the form of shiny bodysuits and iridescent, pleated layers at Amit Aggarwal as well as bias cut chain mail dresses at Paco Rabanne (one of the original proponents of space age fashion in the Seventies). Raf Simons of Louis Vuitton sent out colour-blocked sweaters that could be uniforms for the crew of Star Trek while the brand’s menswear line featured reflective metallic coats and vests that…

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runway report

TIE ME UP Ribbons and bows were used in unexpected ways this season. Givenchy played with graphic black and white shapes while Chanel pinned an oversized silk bow to a traditional white shirt. Prabal Gurung showed us how to combine it with tailoring by adding a floppy, tie detail to a powder pink trouser suit. MINIME This year’s obsession with miniscule purses seems to carry forward into 2020. The shrunken bags won’t fit more than your cards and cash but they do make for charming accessories, whether you prefer something like Chanel’s mini quilted pouches or Balenciaga’s skinny envelope clutch in a pristine white. PRINT EXCESS From zebra stripes at Staud to the graffiti-like scribbles at Burberry, prints are having a moment. For cues on how to wear them, look to Coach where multiple patterns…