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Harper's Bazaar IndiaHarper's Bazaar India

Harper's Bazaar India

January 2019

Harper’s Bazaar is the oldest, continuously published fashion magazine in the world; Harper’s Bazaar has been the bastion of fabulous fashion for more than 142 years. As the 29th international edition, Harper’s Bazaar India matches the exacting standards that its cousins have set around the world in the areas of fashion, editorial content, and photographic superiority. Harper’s Bazaar India is a magazine that celebrates the best in luxury, design and style. It’s where fashion gets personal. While it’s a fashion magazine, and the emphasis is on fashion, it is also a champion of personal style. Harper’s Bazaar understands that women want to know the latest news and fashion trends, yet encourages a very personal expression of that style. It believes women are fabulous at every age, and is committed to celebrating that in every issue.

Country:
India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Living Media India Limited
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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contributors

Namrata Soni, one of the most sought-after makeup artists in the country, studied at the Delamar Academy of Makeup in London. She has worked with celebrities like Sonam Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, and Shahrukh Khan for films, campaigns, and magazines. In this issue, she works her magic on Radhika Apte in ‘Steel Magnolia’, pg 144. “Working with Bazaar is like working with a team of the best in the field. Nonita, Edward, and Marie are all inspiring, fabulous, and I am always humbled when I’m called to work with them.” Meher Varma is a Delhi-based anthropologist, writer, and brand consultant. Here, she writes on our enduring fascination with botanical designs in‘The Art of Nature’, pg 50. “This contribution to Bazaar is special because it allowed me to think about a word…

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women with a voice

I am that person who wakes up at 5:00 a.m. every morning, excited to start the day. I can’t wait for Mondays because I get to sit with my incredibly talented team, swapping stories. Work is my meaning, my identity, and I love it. We all do. And every day, we find inspiration in one another, as we create a magazine that comes straight from the heart. Which is why we choose to start the new year in the company of extraordinary women.Our annual Women We Love feature sets our manifesto for the next 12 months. It defines our dictum of —“Be inspired. Be inspiring.” But the special reason we are passionate about this series is best described by journalist Rituparna Chatterjee: “…when women stand together, the impossible can be…

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bazaar loves

PASTEL LOVEA joyous year begins with accessories in powder shadesMarni bag, ₹55,000 (approx). Manolo Blahnik shoe, ₹76,000 (approx). Gucci perfume, ₹9,250/100ml. Hermès gloves, ₹65,000 (approx). BLUE VALENTINEJW Anderson bag, ₹1,14,000 (approx). Bottega Veneta shoe, ₹47,000 (approx). Hublot watch, price upon request. Bulgari necklace, price upon request. VANILLA DREAMS?Acne Studios bag, price upon request. MaxMara shoe, ₹39,000 (approx). Richard Mille RM71-01 watch, price upon request. Estée Lauder perfume, ₹5,000 (approx). IMAGES COURTESY DON PENNY/STUDIO D; LUCKY IF SHARP; MARNI; PIXELATE. IMAGES COURTESY JW ANDERSON; KEITA AT FLAME; PIXELATE. IMAGES COURTESY ACNE STUDIOS; LUCKY IF SHARP; PIXELATE; RICHARD MILLE. ■…

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10 things we love

Photograph by Runvijay Paul.1 BARE ESSENTIALSThe key pieces you need for a complete wardrobe this yearPhotographs by RUNVIJAY PAULShirt, ₹14,500, Huemn. Jacket, ₹15,000, and pants, ₹7,000, munkee.see munkee.doo. Earrings, price upon request, Sunita Shekhawat. Shoes, ₹82,000, Christian Louboutin. Creative director: Yurreipem Arthur. Fashion editor: Smridhi Sibal. The TAILORED SUITThis jacket from munkee.see munkee.doo, cinched at the waist, is best worn with wide-legged pantsShirt, price upon request, Anamika Khanna. Pants, ₹20,800, Bodice. The WHITE SHIRTTake the crisp white shirt up a notch by choosing an Anamika Khanna piece with embroidered detailingDress, ₹25,000, Atsu. Turban, ₹14,000, Ara Lumiere. Earrings, price upon request, Sakshi Jhunjhunwala. The TURBANTurbans make a sweeping comeback. Take cue from this shiny number from Ara Lumiere.Dress, price upon request, Fendi. Ring, price upon request, Sakshi Jhunjhunwala. The LBDA threadwork black dress from Fendi…

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tropic of sunshine

Johanna Ortiz JOHANNA ORTIZ’S SALSA-READY, summery pieces have won her fans as diverse as Mila Kunis, Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Sandra Bullock. A graduate of the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Ortiz founded her eponymous brand in 2001 in her hometown Cali, Colombia. She shot to fame in 2014, when Moda Operandi picked up her line for international retail. Since then, her designs have become a favourite among the global jet-set who appreciate her extravagantly ruffled skirts, off-shoulder tops, and vibrant use of print and colour. Ortiz’s Latin flair is tempered by her keen eye for construction. The designer’s signature style is her reconfigured take on the mens shirt, which is updated with ruffles, plunging necklines, and balloon sleeves. As she brings her unique aesthetic to India at Le Mill,…

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the circle of life

The concept of heirloom clothing is familiar in India, where textiles often link handcrafted value, familial and ritual significance, and are carefully passed down generations. Inherited cloth, for instance the sari, is a powerful way in which the concept of previously used clothing resonates with Indian consumers, to the extent that “heirloom luxury” is now the narrative of many sari and bridal brands.As the global fashion industry wakes up to the urgency of climate change, the concept of pre-used clothing, whether in the form of an heirloom passed down, pre-loved designerwear, upcycling or renting have become increasingly popular. As the difficulties of implementing sustainable production in complex supply chains have become apparent, focus has shifted to how we consume clothing according to cycles of buying, wearing, and discarding them.This has…

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