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Harper's Bazaar India March 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.

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bazaar contributors

Abheet Gidwani, a graduate from Spéos Photography School, Paris, now lives and works in Mumbai. In this issue, he captures six stylish women and their most loved pieces in ‘From The Heart’, pg 80. “It was a unique experience to shoot these women at their homes. Each of them is fashionable in their own right.” Namrata Soni, one of the most celebrated makeup artists in the country, studied at the Delamar Academy of Makeup in London. Here, she lends her expertise in‘Nothing Compares ToYou’, pg 142, and ‘One Of Us’, pg 160. “I loved having the privilege to work with Bazaar for their 10 anniversary by honouring the natural beauty of Indian skin tones, which this month’s beauty section embraced.” Carol Singh is a graduate of Istituto Marangoni, Milano. She…

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the 10th anniversary issue 2009 to 2019

The journey of a magazine is, inevitably, the journey of its people. As we mark the past, review the present, and map the future, we turn to those who have been an integral part of our story. Keeping it really simple, we bring you 10 chapters, for 10 years. Each one, powered by the people. Here’s a preview. Chapter 1: 10/10 The story of the designers who share our timeline is the perfect compendium of style for the decade—what to do, what not to do, and how to find joy as you build a brand from the ground up. As we started to mark these special moments, we realised we had all learned the same lesson along the way: It’s the little things that build the biggest memories. Chapter 2: Next The future of fashion…

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life of the party

WELL RED LOVE, KARL An icon in the true sense of the word, we’re forever grateful to Karl Lagerfeld—the artist, the photographer, the designer—for leaving behind a legacy that will inspire a new generation of creatives SEE WHERE TO BUY FOR DETAILS IMAGES COURTESY ALEXANDER MCQUEEN; DON PENNY, JEFFREY WESTBROOK/STUDIO D. IMAGES COURTESY BALENCIAGA; JW ANDERSON; OSCAR DE LA RENTA; PRADA.…

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happy anniversary

BIBHU MOHAPATRA On his first, and lifelong inspiration—his mother There were things she loved and reasons why she loved them. There was jewellery that she had, or how she took care of her saris. The way she did her sindoor. Or the way she picked the colours of her glass bangles; the ritual of taking them off and putting on new ones. These visual memories of my mother are seared into my brain. The way she got ready, in beautiful but simple ways, that gave her the strength and defined who she was, and how much people around her revered her. She was a kind and gentle soul but also a strong woman. As a young boy, I was drawn to these details. When I got sick, she would bring the thermometer…

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eco - warriors of style

NAUSHAD ALI, NAUSHAD ALI For designer Naushad Ali, his home base Puducherry is part of the brand’s story. “The land and the air are clean here. The more I spend time there, the more I realise how much the rest of India is suffering,” says the NIFT Chennai graduate who started his eponymous label in 2014. Like the town, with its quiet mix of French colonial and Indian influences, Ali has mastered a design language that fuses local textiles and techniques with a global appeal. SUSTAINAIBILITY FACTOR With a recent capsule collection of five pieces, Ali demonstrated new ways to work towards zero waste: A jacket made of sari borders, a coat made of scrap material off the production floor, and a pullover made from leftover thread. “Design is a problem-solving…

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the modern drape

AAKRITI KUMAR Furniture designer, Differniture “My mom is a fashion designer so I’ve seen her create saris in unique and innovative ways since I was a child. I think the sari is being reimagined. It can be worn in different ways, making it the new cool.” ANGEL BEDI Illustrator, The Filmy Owl “Teaming up the sari with separates, whether a denim jacket or a graphic T-shirt has given young women the freedom to personalise and wear it in any way they want. I would love to drape it like a sarong for a pool party.” RADHIKA KHANDELWAL Chef and owner, Fig & Maple and Ivy & Bean “I think the sari has always been very cool, I’ve seen my mom rocking it ever since my first memory of her. For young women today, the sari has become a…