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GQ India May 2019

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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 PHOTO ASSISTANT Nidhi Marwah 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,…

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paradigm shift

As a child of the Nineties, some of my earliest cricket memories were of Kris Srikkanth opening the Indian innings with swashbuckling style and swagger, breaking the mould of how Indian batsmen approached the game. This was a conservative, defensive period, when the likes of Ravi Shastri and Sunil Gavaskar plodded away, accumulating runs by attrition, with the preservation of wickets the top priority. Srikkanth never accepted this paradigm. He played his shots with flashy imperiousness, an approach that was often termed reckless in those genteel times, but now appears prescient when viewed through the prism of today’s wham-bam T20 era. This month, as we plough deeper into the sweltering summer of peak cricket, our editors have compiled a list of legendary players of yore, whom we would have loved…

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your favourite piece of denim?

DESIRÉE FERNANDES WHO: Fashion stylist, recently turned Delhiite, obsessed with cacti and painting. Instagram @dez_fdz WHAT: “Big Moves”, page 112 A NICK WOOSTER MASTER CLASS: “Play around with a cool pair of shorts. If styled right, they can even look dressy!” “A pair of jeans that belonged to my mother when she was around my age, it’s a high-waist boyfriend fit with zipper details at the ankle and a cool wash you don’t see much of these days.” TAKAKI KUMADA WHO: Tokyo-based photographer who’s hooked on to fishing right now. WHAT: “No Turning Back”, page 176 CRAZIEST SHOOTS: “I once did an underwater shoot. We were accompanied by three rescue people, so the model and I got scared at the thought that we might die!” “I recently bought a Heath bag in San Francisco.” ROHAN SHRESTHA WHO: Mumbai-based photographer, scuba diver…

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GQ STYLE & CULTURE AWARDS 2019 WHERE: Taj Lands End, Mumbai With its inception last year, the GQ Style Awards identified, applauded and celebrated individuals who are forging their own paths as the country’s coolest trendsetters and style mavens. This year, the rechristened GQ Style & Culture Awards, in association with Hugo Boss Eyewear, and supported by Volvo, Teacher’s Music CD and NDTV, championed a new set of faces who’re the torchbearers of what’s hot and current in 2019. Over the course of the evening, Bollywood superstars, fashion icons, designers, influencers and the city’s swish set applauded heartfelt speeches by the winners and enjoyed live performances from Azadi Records’ Tienas, Seedhe Maut and Siri, as well as stand-up comedian Rudy Singh. The evening would have been incomplete without a kicker – this…

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a quiet place

There are some books I turn to regularly, like the memories of past lovers, drawing comfort in the simple fact that they exist in some immutable universe. My relationship with the writers and their work evolves as I age, sometimes shocking me with nuances I was too young to recognise, at other times reminding me that an ever-changing view of the world is what makes ageing such an interesting process. What I choose to read depends upon a number of things – where a recommendation has come from, for example, or what work of art a title has influenced. I sometimes pick up books because my favourite singers mention them in songs, or wander through bookstores with no plan, in the hope of finding something marvellous. It’s a habit that’s stayed…

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third stream

In 2016, Sarathy Korwar “threw a party in a labour camp”. The London-based jazz fusion musician had been granted a residency in Dubai, a year after a mentorship under Gilles Peterson and Four Tet (Kieran Hebden) as part of the prestigious Steve Reid programme. “I was DJ’ing 1990s Bollywood music. The guys who’d lived there for eight years had never seen anything like this,” he says, unwilling to reveal how and why he ended up in this situation in the first place. “Not a single thing. The energy was amazing, and we had to shut it down because it was getting too wild. We had to tell everyone to go outside, get some air, drink some water WRIT. T It EN was BY the DH best RUVA gig BA I’ve LR…

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