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VOGUE India

May 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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vogue india

PRIYA TANNA EDITOR-IN-CHIEFFASHION DIRECTOR Anaita Shroff AdajaniaCREATIVE DIRECTOR Heidi VolpeMANAGING EDITOR Renuka Joshi ModiFASHION FEATURES DIRECTOR Priyanka KhannaJUNIOR FASHION FEATURES EDITOR Akanksha KamathFASHION BOOKINGS EDITOR Divya JagwaniSENIOR FASHION EDITORS Priyanka Kapadia, Fabio Immediato (London)JUNIOR FASHION EDITORS Daniel Franklin, Ria KamatWATCH EDITOR Rishna ShahJEWELLERY EDITOR Priyanka ParkashFASHION COORDINATOR Naheed DriverBEAUTY DIRECTOR Nidhi Sharma PunjabiASSOCIATE BEAUTY EDITOR Sneha MankaniFEATURES DIRECTOR Megha MahindruFOOD EDITOR Sonal VedASSOCIATE EDITOR Shahnaz Siganporia (New Delhi)ASSOCIATE ART DIRECTOR Swaminathan IyerSENIOR DESIGNER Snigdha KulkarniPHOTO EDITOR Ankita ChandraPHOTO ASSISTANT Jay ModiSYNDICATION MANAGER Michelle PereiraSYNDICATION COORDINATOR Giselle D’MelloCOPY CHIEF Shalini ShahSENIOR COPY EDITOR Chandni SehgalCO-DIGITAL EDITOR AND NETWORK EDITOR Ridhima SapreCO-DIGITAL EDITOR AND FASHION EDITOR Rujuta VaidyaCOPY EDITOR Madhura SansareDIGITAL FEATURES EDITOR - VOGUE.IN Nitya ChablaniWEDDINGS EDITOR Nupur SarvaiyaBEAUTY WRITER - VOGUE.IN Avanti DalalDIGITAL WRITER Yashna ChopraDIGITAL GRAPHIC DESIGNER Bahaar…

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get to know...

ANDREA GENTL AND MARTIN HYERS Photographing still life, beauty, fashion, food and travel, Gentl and Hyers are a New York-based duo who met while studying at Parsons School of Design. They’ve worked together for more than 25 years, meshing their personal styles to create a perfect play of light. In this issue, they rethink clay works in the feature ‘Kith and kiln’ on page 194. VIKRAM KUSHWAH Winner of the Portrait of Britain award, Kushwah’s pictures have a dream-like quality that blurs the boundaries between reality and fiction. The UK-based photographer’s influences include the Surrealists and the Romantics. In ‘The khadi story’, on page 134, he draws us in through his meticulously staged pictures. NIKHIL DUDANI AND SMITA LASRADO Co-founders of…

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editor’s letter

MODEL BEHAVIOUR New York-based multi-hyphenate Padma Lakshmi is a global icon and champion for women’s empowerment Many among us will agree that beige was never a staple in Indian wardrobes. Growing up I thought it made me blend in a little too much, as if it had the power to erase one’s physical presence. In India we like dressing up in colour. Celebrations, whether multi-event destination weddings or intimate at-home birthday parties, are all about jewel tones, fresh sorbet hues and pretty pastels.When I finally stopped wearing colour, I headed straight to black. Beige, to me, remained bland and nondescript. All this was until I saw my first Jil Sander show—a study in simplicity and sophistication. Then on, neutrals piqued my interest. Soon followed shows by Celine, Ralph Lauren…

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letters@vogue.in

THE FUTURE IS FEMALE As a film student, ‘Star power’ was an inspirational read. It’s refreshing to see a new side to Bollywood; with actors like Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra turning producers, our films will only benefit with a new twist to the usual narratives. Tanvi Sharma, Pune SUMMER BLOOM Ever since their secret wedding in Tuscany, I’ve been in awe of Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma. They truly represent what it takes to be India’s power couple. Reading the cover story ‘A piece of sky’ in Vogue’s March issue had me hooked, as it accurately captures the essence of Anushka Sharma as a modern-day star who has mastered the art of balancing her public and private lives. Shruti Malik, Gurugram HEAD…

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boot camp

“One should either be a work of art, or wear a work of art.” —OSCAR WILDE “Camp is esoteric. Something of a private code, a badge of identity even, among small urban cliques.” — SUSAN SONTAG, NOTES ON CAMP, 1964 “Actions and gestures of exaggerated emphasis used chiefly by persons of exceptional want of character.” - A 1909 DEFINITION OF THE VICTORIAN SLANG TRACE THE TREND A timeline of camp moments on the runway EVERYTHING WE HEART THIS MONTH GETTY IMAGES ; INDIGITAL MEDIA; SHUTTERSTOCK.COM…

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there’s nothing you can’t face

For centuries (perhaps longer), women have been told what to do and how to be. We’ve let people define us. We’ve even allowed them to dictate our dreams and self-worth. But not anymore. We are now defying judgements that question our talent, appearance, competence and capabilities. And this is the underlying theme of Olay’s new campaign #FaceAnything.It is a celebration of the unapologetically bold and confident millennial woman who laughs in the face of social conditioning and criticism to pave her own way. To propel the campaign message, Olay zeroed in on five women who have harnessed their inner strength to become inspirations in their own right. After using Olay’s products for 28 days, each of them took up the challenge to face the Vogue lens without any make-up.…

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