November 2020

With Gita Gopinath, KK Shailaja and the Indian Hockey Team on Vogue's November cover, we start a new journey. An update on some of the most influential names in Indian fashion and the ever-evolving world that houses them. As the wedding season sets in, learn how to conquer it with our intimate wedding attire picks. Learn the new rules of makeup in the post-pandemic world and join us as we celebrate the people reshaping our world with Vogue's Women of the Year.

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2 min.
get to know...

GREG SWALES Inspired by the extremes of beauty, Greg Swales has spent the last decade photographing in some of the most exotic locations. He discovered Indya Moore on Pose and was instantly drawn to her character Angel’s story and beauty. Page 186 HITHA HERZOG New York-based Hitha Herzog is the chief research officer at H Squared Research LLC and the author of Black Market Billions: How Organized Retail Crime Funds Global Terrorists. Forbes recently named her as one of the most influential South Asian women in the US. For this issue, she delves into the business mind of Priyanka Chopra Jonas. Page 182 KR SUNIL Hailing from Kodungallur, Kerala, KR Sunil’s series are often stories of a community, a place or an event narrated through portraits. Vanishing Life Worlds, his portrayal of the ancient harbour…

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editor’s letter

April seems like a lifetime ago, but it was the month that charted the year ahead. It was a time of uncertainty, when an unknown virus made us ill-equipped to step outside our homes. But the world moved on, powered by a life-affirming galaxy of rock stars who were unafraid to lead us through a crisis. Back then, their resilience, dedication and kindness inspired our Vogue Warriors series, which celebrated women fighting COVID-19 on the front lines as well as behind the scenes. And though the campaign ended in May, these women continued to inspire us. So when we began planning our annual Vogue Women Of The Year (WOTY) awards, a show that brings together achievers for a night of glamour and excellence, it was no surprise that we wanted this…

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walk of fame

STYLE ICON Princess Diana was always ahead of her time. A walk down memory lane is all the evidence you need A polka-dotted summer dress stands the test of time. It was elegant then and continues to be so now. Princess Diana makes a case for the timeless Chanel pastel skirt-suit. NO KIDDING Three home-grown clothing brands for your little ones MuuYee Journal: With whimsical prints and gender-neutral shirts, MuuYee (which translates to ‘ant’ in Konkani), makes clothes from natural fibres, making it the perfect brand for your children. @muuyeejournal Piccolo Piglet: Thoughtfully created handmade gender-neutral clothing crafted with love. Piccolo Piglet is one step closer to a more inclusive world, helping break the binary in your little one’s closet. @piccolopiglet Sherbache: A breathable and environmentally friendly kids wear brand inspired by vintage Victorian designs and the…

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party chez vous

1 THE HUE Silver done six ways SILVER + BLACK If glamour and grit were a colour combination 2 THE CRYSTAL LEHENGA A little shimmer. A little shine. Everything is fine 3 SILVER ON TOP Swap the sari blouse for modern armour 4 SILVER + WHITE Cut through the shine of silver with an invigorating white shirt 5 WINTER SILVER Cosy it up with cashmere 6 THE METAL DRESS Retire the little black dress for a scintillating silver one THE HERO PIECE Column dresses are flattering for those who have been glamorously resting WEAR WITH THE DETAIL For any socially distanced occasion, these cascading ruffles will ensure you have the licence to frill THE SILHOUETTE The focus is on a different kind of arm candy—balloon sleeves that work for day and night THE NECKLINE All eyes are on the clavicle. Show it off in cut-out dresses PHOTOGRAPHED BY PAUL SCALA; STYLED BY FABIO…

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off limits

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educationist extraordinaire

What prompted you to forgo the opportunity to take over the reins at Mukta Arts in favour of spearheading Whistling Woods International (WWI)? I agree that education is a very different career to be in, but I have been extremely fortunate to be able to leverage my educational background and knowledge about the creative industry through Whistling Woods International (WWI). Having gained experience by working in various departments at Mukta Arts for films like Pardes, Taal and Yaadein, I was able to understand the filmmaking process end to end. So, when it came to designing the curriculum for a film school, I was able to bring my knowledge of the real world and form a great balance between academics and the industry. WWI was a dream project of my father’s that…