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Harper's Bazaar India December 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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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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contributors

Andrew Yee, born and raised in the tropical Honolulu, Hawaii, is now a New York-based photograher. Yee has shot campaigns for several brands like Daniel Wellington, BCBGMaxAzria, and H&M. Here, he photographs our cover star’s charming energy in ‘Star Light Star Bright’, pg 160. “It was amazing shooting Janina in the hauntingly beautiful Los Angeles theatre. You could see and feel all the mesmerising history.” Paul Farnham is a Londonbased photographer, who has worked with Burberry, Disney, and Bazaar UK. Working internationally for the past 12 years, Paul’s images are subtle, intimate, and iconic. In this issue, he captures the metallic trend in ‘Decadent Days’, pg 184. “It’s been such an honour to shoot for Bazaar India. Hopefully, it’s the start of a beautiful relationship.” Madhavi Menon, author of Infinite…

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the feminine touch

What do you do when you come across an extraordinary young woman who is articulate, fiercely intelligent, and hugely independent? You make sure you get to know her better. And then you find that she is compassionate, kind, and so, so nice which makes the conversation deeply personal. You talk about your fathers, celebrating their presence even in their absence. At some point, you forget that you are interviewing a Hollywood star. It is easy to see why Janina Gavankar is unique. She is intensely honest. To herself and her career. She has taken her identity and transformed it into a superpower (thanks to her amazing parents). She has used her voice to discuss diversity. Most of all, she has a story to share. A vision for the future that includes…

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bazaar loves

ALL IN GOOD SPIRIT Add to the holiday cheer with bright red and deep green accessories embellished with shimmer and shine TO PINE FOR TINSEL TOWN IMAGES COURTESY DON PENNY/STUDIO D; NURIA SERRANO. IMAGES COURTESY AURÉLIE BIDERMANN; AQUAZZURA; COACH; DIOR. IMAGES COURTESY ANTONIO BARRELLA; HERMÈS; LANVIN; PIXELATE.…

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1 the party edit

Teal BREAKER Accessorise an all-black outfit with a metallic Perona bag All that SPARKLES Layer glittering necklaces from Zoya over a sequinned top for a finished look All IN ONE Add more shine to a bejewelled jacket with an embellished trench from Rahul Mishra. Chandelier earrings from Outhouse are a plus. Bright SIDE Make a statement with an iridescent blazer from MxS by Monisha Jaising by pairing it with solid separates Free FALL Black and gold make the perfect match in a pleated top from Namrata Joshipura Star STUDDED A leather skirt with sequinned panels from 431-88 offers a sleek contrast to a slouchy shirt…

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new promises

Love is not perfect. Love finds beauty in imperfections. Every kind of love comes with its fair share of ups and downs and fights and fallouts. But true love prevails all. The new wedding campaign from Manyavar is a fine portrayal of the happiness shared between two people despite all the challenges. Taking Naye Rishte Naye Vaade a step further, the Indian ethnicwear brand puts a spin to new-age wedding vows. Moving away from the ideal picture, the ad is a celebration of the flaws that lend strength to the auspicious bond of marriage. Take, for example, Anushka and Virat. The two look stunning together-Vi rat in a suave midnight-blue double-breasted outfit, while Anushka dons a pretty hand-embroidered lehenga in ivory-both from the brand’s latest Wedding Collection. Offering edgy, asymmetric cuts, complimented…

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3 a passage to india

MY CLOSET IS SPLIT IN TWO—Indian on one side and everything else on the other. I don’t often get to pull out the Indian clothes—the twinkling sequinned anarkalis or even the simpler saris. For most of the year they hang on the rail, waiting for a wedding or family function when I can take them out again. When I do get to pull them on, draping them carefully alongside my cousins in a shared bathroom or under the deft hands of my mother, it’s like a light switch inside me suddenly clicks on: These clothes are forgiving, they’re flattering, they’re made for people with bodies and skin like mine. They don’t hang off me or remind me I am a problem, they just fit. I am always chasing that feeling when I…

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