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GQ India April 2019

Look Sharp. Live Smart. Right now. Download the latest issue of GQ (India Edition) in full, featuring the best in Style, Cars, Gadgets, Babes and The Good Life. You’ll be able to enjoy all our in-depth articles and great photo shoots, instantly delivered in stunning high resolution.

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Che Kurrien MANAGING EDITOR Maniza Bharucha ART DIRECTOR Mihir Shah PHOTO DIRECTOR Gizelle Cordo DEPUTY EDITOR Shikha Sethi DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Vivek Surve CULTURE EDITOR Nidhi Gupta STYLE DIRECTOR Shivangi Lolayekar SENIOR COPY EDITOR Vritti Rashi Goel ASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR Richa Khonde COPY EDITOR Jeena J Billimoria ASSISTANT COPY EDITOR Janice Fernandes FASHION STYLIST (LONDON) Ravneet Channa FASHION BOOKINGS EDITOR Megha Mehta FASHION ASSISTANTS Selman Fazil, Shaeroy Chinoy SYNDICATIONS MANAGER Michelle Pereira SYNDICATIONS COORDINATOR Shobhana Parmar DIGITAL EDITOR Saurav Bhanot ASSISTANT DIGITAL EDITOR Shabdita Pareek SENIOR WRITER – DIGITAL Aarthi Baliga DIGITAL WRITERS Meghana Ganeshan, Abhishek Nair, Radhika Agrawal ASSISTANT SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR Vrutika Shah SENIOR GRAPHIC DESIGNER – DIGITAL Anita Dake PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Amit Navarange ASSOCIATE PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Sunil Nayak COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION MANAGER Sudeep Pawar CONTRIBUTING EDITORS & PHOTOGRAPHERS Abhishek Bali, Abhishek Mande Bhot, Adil Hasan, Anish Trivedi, Anisha Rachel Oommen, Annie Zaidi, Arun Jaitapkar, Bikramjit Bose, Errikos Andreou, Jignesh Jhaveri, Karina Aggarwal, Kerry…

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the great escape

Sometime in the middle of last year, Mumbai overtook London’s Gatwick to become the world’s busiest single-runway airport. This might seem like something to boast about, but the reality is that day flights in and out of India’s commercial hub are an increasingly fraught experience. Given the sheer volume, planes arriving in Mumbai invariably hover over the airport in holding positions, waiting for traffic to clear; and while departing, aircraft get stuck in mind-numbing queues on the tarmac – sucking out every ounce of joy from the passenger experience. To compound the issue, the past two months have seen the runway shuttered on alternate days during peak hours for maintenance, causing further congestion. The work is now over, just in time for summer, and the exodus of people going on…

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your summer anthem is...

ANNA POGOSSOVA WHO: Still life photographer, artist and sci-fi film buff based in Sydney. Instagram @annapogossova WHAT: “Eye Candy”, page 170 LAST BIG SPEND: “A beautiful keyring that’s also a piece of art, by local designer Computa Hydrates.” ““More Than This” by Roxy Music. It’s timeless.” FARHAN HUSSAIN WHO: Documentary and fashion photographer. Instagram @farhanhussain WHAT: “Spring Fever”, page 158 1,000 WORDS: “Photographs are a great way to show the poignant, weird, funny and tragic in a single frame. What makes me photograph a person is their vulnerability, which the camera helps unveil.” ““December 1963” by The Four Seasons, and also “Lightenup” by Parcels.” ARUSHI PARAKH WHO: Delhi-based stylist and jewellery designer. Instagram @arushiparakh WHAT: “Spring Fever”, page 158 THREE MEN'S STYLE STAPLES: “A pair of classic sunglasses, a white T-shirt and linen pants.” “The great voice and instrumentals of “Elusive Delusive” by Asagaya.” KERRY…

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REAL LUXURY WHAT: Global Luxury Realty Conclave WHERE: ITC Maurya, New Delhi In its third edition, India Sotheby’s International Realty hosted the Global Luxury Realty Conclave. The conference brought together industry stalwarts, policy makers, HNIs, thought leaders and experts for a holistic perspective on the luxury real estate sector. Sessions involved discussions on taking the right bets with real estate, understanding the tech-driven evolution as well as the new-age demand for luxury experiences. It spoke to the global Indian and put forward the concept of how the landscape of luxury is constantly changing. The conference also saw the release of the report “Real Estate Overview 2019 – by India Sotheby’s International Realty”. All in all, it was a productive and informative gathering, designed to inspire and innovate in the world of real estate. SIXTH…

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the alchemists of 2019

MALAIKA ARORA Alchemist of Fantasy The conjurer of fantasy, Malaika Arora’s role was to capture the elusive and define a dream in the most magical and luxurious way. Drawing inspiration from the complex and hard-to-define Chivas 18, she created a wonderland in a drop. It was an immersive display of a shifting, honeycombed world of the real and imagined, where she used a drop, brimming with the 85 notes, as her muse. MANISH MALHOTRA Alchemist of Intuition Much like the creations of a couturier, the Chivas 18 features 85 intricate flavours that are brought together through the perception of the master blender. Drawing inspiration from it, Manish Malhotra stimulated intuition through a play of perceptions. Using mirrors and reflections, he created a mirage of visions – all fleeting, diffused and spontaneous yet startlingly clear. SIDDHARTH KASLIWAL Alchemist…

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Yung Raja wants to be the Marie Kondo of hip-hop. More precisely, he wants his songs to be those items in your over-stuffed cabinet of Spotify downloads that “spark joy”. “If something isn’t centred around creating positive vibes, then it isn’t for me,” the Singapore-based rapper of Tamil origin tells us. In two short years, and merely two singles old, Yung Raja has emerged as one of the most talented rappers in South East Asia, repping both the island country and his Tamil roots. He broke out in 2017 with “Poori Gang”, an amusing cover of Lil Pump’s chart-topper “Gucci Gang” – swapping the American hip-hop artist’s braggadocio with comical rhymes about South Indian dishes and “dancing with the nagyen”. Months after he gleefully danced on that home video, Yung Raja dropped…

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