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HELLO! India October 2018

Hello! covers the world of celebrities from a completely different angle, making it the world's most loved celebrity magazine. Hello! is invited into the palaces and homes of some of the world's most elusive royal families, movie stars and celebrities, to get a view from the inside. The result: intimate, never-seen-before private moments far removed from the glare of the paparazzi, and interviews that are as insightful and interesting as they are exclusive

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India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Worldwide Media Private Limited
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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letters to the editor

letterstohello@gmail.com MADAME TUSSAUDS IN PRINT I could not draw a better analogy than terming HELLO’s Style Special as the print version of Madame Tussauds. Because after passing through so many stylish people who have carved a niche for themselves in their respective fields I concluded that HELLO! deserves as high a pedestal as Madame Tussauds enjoys worldwide!From the cover diva Kareena Kapoor Khan, the tone was perfectly set and, as always, HELLO! obliged with a great content mix. It was cool to have the stylish people in homogeneous groups. Whereas the ‘H-List’ carried all the ‘Head-Turners’ of the current times right from Anushka-to-Akash and Ranbir-to-Ranveer and Navya Naveli-to-Kohli, the other domain-lists connected with every reader beautifully. Be it ‘Most Stylish Family’ (Farah-Sonam-Susanne-Malaika) or Siblings (Siddharth-Samarth)…

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editor’s note

(PHOTO: MANOJ KESHARWANI) “Love is never a professional byproduct for me, it’s not rooted in social media. My idea of love is very, very transparent. I believe in fairytales – says Aditi Rao Hydari, in our cover story” Aditi Rao Hydari poses for HELLO! We are, once again, all set to pull out all those Indian ensembles which have been tucked away, only for special occasions. The wedding season is on, and the buzz about who will wear what is already doing the rounds. This has also been a year of many big celeb weddings and engagements, and some of India’s most eligible – Sonam Kapoor, Akash Ambani, Isha Ambani, Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone – have all got into commitment mode and are stepping into their new…

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contributors

ROHAN SHRESTHA A case of the apple not falling far from the tree, Rohan got an intimate glimpse into the joys of photography from his father Rakesh Shrestha. While still in college, he also apprenticed with other prominent photographers, honing his skills. For HELLO!’s cover story this month, Rohan captured the boho-beauty Aditi Rao Hydari against the sylvan, pristine purity of the Maldives. “Aditi is lovely, it was an honour for me to work with make-up artist Deepa Verma for the first time, and the JADE garments are close to my heart. The Maldives cast a spell on us all, I loved the overcast conditions, they translated into dream-like images.” ABHEET GIDWANI Want to see the less obvious synergies around you?…

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editor’s lounge

GUCCI FOR ELTON JOHN Italian luxury brand Gucci, is the official designer for Sir Elton John’s final tour-The Farewell Yellow Brick Road. For this tour, Elton has asked Gucci to create an entire stage wardrobe for what will be an extraordinary piece of rock history, and the performance of a lifetime.In recent seasons, Elton John has forged a friendship with Gucci’s Creative Director Alessandro Michele, which has seen a number of Gucci outfits and styles find their way into the collection, directly inspired by vintage pieces the musician made famous. The brief for the Farewell Yellow Brick Road wardrobe was simple – to make Elton John look like the ultimate version of himself as one of the world’s best known and most electrifying performers. LOVE…

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october calendar

ARTS & CULTURE OKTOBERFEST WHERE: Munich, Germany WHEN: 22 September – 7 OctoberThe world’s largest beer festival hosts more than six million people from around the world, who between themselves consume almost seven million litres of beer. People munch their way through grilled sausages, chicken, pretzels and for those who are feeling adventurous – wild oxen. The crowds look their best in traditional Bavarian attire and also enjoy colourful parades and fairground rides. Frieze Art Fair FRIEZE ART FAIR WHERE: Regent’s Park, London WHEN: 4 – 7 OctoberBrowse and buy world-class art in the beautiful surroundings of Regent’s Park. Staged by the publishers of Frieze Magazine, Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover, this fair features over 170 art galleries for audiences to…

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the melbourne festival

WHERE: Melbourne WHEN: 3-21 October At the heart of Melbourne’s culture of creativity, The Melbourne Festival brings people together and is breaking new ground in culture and arts. Over these 17 days, Melbourne is transformed into a stage for music, theatre, dance and visual arts and holds the title of Australia’s leading international arts festival. ■…

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