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HELLO! India February 2019

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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letters to the editor

A TOAST TO YOUR RISING STARS The rising stars of India have been well captured by HELLO! in their tender years. In fact, reading through their interviews, one feels they have new visions and capabilities to make Indian businesses as well as the Indian spiritual ethos stronger. A corporate scion today can easily run an inherited business in an innovative style and many are making their companies Indian MNCs. As for the inheritors of royal legacies; they too, showed much vision in combining business with heritage hospitality ventures. The Mercedes-Benz HELLO! Debutants’ Ball was very fascinating, which is evident from the glorious photographs presented by HELLO! The Fashionably Regal feature showed that traditional fashion is also in a good place – it is both going through a revival and earning plaudits for…

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editor’s note

The month of February takes us just that little bit further into the year, while still retaining the essential freshness of new beginnings. Keeping alive this spirit, our issue is all about the beauty of relationships, with a focus on youthful energy, like in our specially curated list, Faces To Watch Out For In 2019. This list zooms in on exemplary young people pushing old boundaries and questioning old ideas, as they spiral towards new achievements. Our cover story focuses on the hottest singles around, who are on everyone’s ‘MOST WANTED’ list, and up for grabs. They are not just yummy men and women from different fields, but achievers in their own right. Our cover girl, the fresh and graceful Janhvi Kapoor, is taking delicate steps out of the nest and…

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TARAS TARAPORVALA Born and raised in Bangalore, Taras only discovered his passion for photography at 20. He subsequently studied his craft in Melbourne and then worked for half a decade with the Times Group of magazines. Capturing the effervescence of this month’s cover girl, Janhvi Kapoor, was clearly a highly engaging experience for Taras and his team. Says he, “It was a wonderful experience shooting with one of Bollywood’s most promising young talents who is a dream to photograph. We had a lot of fun on this shoot with the ever-supportive HELLO! team.” ADVAITA KALA Advaita is a best-selling and internationally published novelist. Her debut novel, Almost Single , has sold over 150,000 copies in India and was introduced to American readers by the Bantam Discovery Program. She writes across mediums and genres,…

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editor s lounge

LV’S LATEST BAGS French luxury brand, Louis Vuitton has launched a new range of beautiful bags this season. The New Wave Chain Bag is accessorised with a scattering of LV Love Locks for Spring 2019. The Love Locks evoke the Paris’s Pont des Arts, where lovers come to attest to their love by attaching locks to the bridge. Each design is a tribute to the House’s Heritage and twists Louis Vuitton’s most emblematic symbols: the Monogram Flower and the key and lock. For Spring-Summer 2019, Nicolas Ghesquière explores the theme of miniature shapes, with the mini zipped It-Bag: The LV Egg Bag or Oeuf. It is the perfect playful accessory to stand-out from the crowd. This one-of-a-kind minaudière shape is a strong fashion statement of the Show. The Trapèze bag is…

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february calendar

MUSIC SULAFEST 2019 WHERE: Sula Vineyards, Nashik, Maharashtra WHEN: 2 to 3 February One of India’s biggest music festivals will be held over two days at the Sula Vineyards in Nashik. Besides performances by national and international music sensations, the weekend promises gourmet food, wine and spirits from across the globe. JUNGLE (London – FUNK), an English modern soul musical collective based in London, will be making their Indian debut as the international headliner of SulaFest’ 19. The Indian headliner of the festival is the noted singer-composer Shankar Mahadevan. Lucille Crew, Hallouminati (Gypsy, Ska, Balkan, Electro), FORELOCK & ARAWAK (Italy – Reggae, Dub), Paraphoniks (Live electronica), MALFNKTION (Hiphop), Nothing Anonymous (live electronic) and Vivian aka Divine will also participate in the music fest. ARTS AND CULTURE THE VENICE CARNIVAL WHERE: Venice, Italy WHEN: 16 February – 5 March The…

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the chinese lantern festival

WHERE: Across China WHEN: 19 February The Lantern Festival or the Yuan Xiao is celebrated on the 15 day of the first Chinese lunar month and it signals the end of the Chinese New Year Spring Festival period. The festival of lights in China, locals as well as tourists gather in the evenings on this day to send up flying paper lanterns and they indulge in food and revelry, thereafter. Since 1990, the government has been floating a giant animal lantern at a major junction in Taiwan – the idea being to promote tourism and unity in the nation.…