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Harper's Bazaar India October 2018

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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IN THIS ISSUE

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contributors

Errikos Andreou is a Mumbai-based photographer who believes in weaving emotions into his images. He studied at the University of Westminster and Central Saint Martins, and has worked as a full-time photographer since 2009. In this issue, he captures cover star Katrina Kaif in ‘Now You See Her’, pg 150. Suneet Varma is an Indian fashion designer who has worked in the industry for three decades, and creates clothing for the modern Indian woman. Here, he captures Lakshmi Rana in his first assignment as a photographer in ‘Visions Of Fashion’, pg 184. “I was clear that my first project would have to be with Bazaar, and so I approached Nonita with the idea of shooting a couture special.” Prashish More, a strong believer of minimalism, is a creative director, illustrator,…

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the luxury of less

THE FIRST TIME I REALISED THE TRUE MEANING OF BESPOKE was at a tony fashion event, with a guest list that read like the social register. My vertiginous high heels were so uncomfortable, they had shut my brain down. But my dress, which fit like a glove, felt like a ridiculously comfortable kaftan. At the end of the evening I thanked my companion, who also happened to be the designer of this incredible sheath. Against my many protests, Bibhu Mohapatra had taken a measuring tape to me with his trademark attention to detail. And the end result was a peerless outfit. But why am I surprised at the joys of made to measure? Bibhu reminded me that we grew up in a time when everything we owned was personalised. Our mothers…

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bazaar loves

PERFECT MATCH RED SET GO BLACK MAGIC IMAGES COURTESY JEFFREY WESTBROOK/STUDIO D, KAREN BENGALL PHOTOGRAPHY, VINCENT WULVERYCK@CARTIER, DAN & CORNA LECCA. IMAGES COURTESY DON PENNY/STUDIO D, CLARINS, BOND NO.9. IMAGES COURTESY DON PENNY/STUDIO D, CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN, CHANEL, PIXELATE…

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10 things we love

1 THE MINIMAL EDIT A streamlined sensibility is this season’s key trend Colour RIOT Double up on jewel tones with Atsu’s magenta kurta layered over a printed lehenga Golden AGE Raw Mango’s luscious silk brocades lend themselves beautifully to a sleek and stylish tie-up jacket Precious MOMENTS Clean lines and fine diamond details make this timepiece by De GRISOGONO the perfect accessory for a night out White HOT An organza dupatta from Zoraya adds softness to a classic blazer and pants ensemble Under WRAPS Cinch a flowing silk kurta with this embroidered belt from Anamika Khanna See Where to Buy for details. Model: Naina Bhan at Alittlefly. Hair and makeup: Puja Taluja. Fashion assistant: Moumita Sarkar. 2 CURATORS COLUMN: A TURN TOWARDS MODERN In the second part of our deep dive into the exhibition, New Traditions: Influences and Inspirations in Indian Textiles, 1947-2017, curator…

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what lies ahead

WHAT WILL BE INDIA’S ROLE IN DISRUPTING FASHION IN THE 21ST CENTURY? That’s a big question with even bigger ambitions. As the Indian fashion industry continues to respond to a growing consumer market, will its impact be felt only in sheer growth or will the country’s diverse cultural heritage have a role to play? The sari, of course, continues to inspire designers internationally from time to time. But its integral qualities of unstitched, adaptable draping are unlikely to have the kind of impact that the Japanese kimono had on mid 20th-century couture. While ethnic clothing is often posited as unique to India’s fashion industry, the dominance of power looms and Chinese imports undercuts any inherent claim to a cultural continuity that is somehow disruptive. They may be selling uniquely Indian silhouettes…

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a little piece of paris

A model spaceship installed in the middle of the Louvre—this play of old and new set the scene for Louis Vuitton’s Fall 2018 womenswear collection’s runway show. This season, Nicolas Ghesquière took inspiration from the “women who helped me make my choices and build my aesthetic.” These Parisian women prefer prim pumps, elegant day dresses, and slim, knee-length skirts over sneakers and track pants. The artistic director, however, has updated that elegant aesthetic to make it contemporary, exciting, and wearable, perfect for Louis Vuitton’s ever-expanding global audience for ready-to-wear, which, as of his month, will include India. Of the pieces that are coming to the country, we’ve got our eye on the quintessentially French bouclé jackets decorated with metal chains and brooches, the asymmetric halter tops cinched with corset belts,…

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