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VOGUE India

November 2019

Everything you need to know about fashion, trends, beauty, people and lifestyle, VOGUE India is your ultimate style guide. In these pages you’ll find the hottest, newest and latest from the world of fashion and beyond, both in India and from across the world, making it the must-have accessory for the modern, fashionable Indian woman.

Country:
India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Conde Nast India Pvt. Ltd
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PRIYA TANNA EDITOR-IN-CHIEF FASHION DIRECTOR Anaita Shroff Adajania ART DIRECTOR Swaminathan Iyer MANAGING EDITOR Renuka Joshi Modi FASHION FEATURES DIRECTOR Priyanka Khanna JUNIOR FASHION FEATURES EDITOR Akanksha Kamath FASHION BOOKINGS EDITOR Divya Jagwani ASSOCIATE FASHION DIRECTOR Priyanka Kapadia SENIOR FASHION EDITOR Fabio Immediato (London) JUNIOR FASHION EDITORS Daniel Franklin, Ria Kamat WATCH EDITOR Rishna Shah JEWELLERY EDITOR Priyanka Parkash FASHION COORDINATOR Naheed Driver BEAUTY EDITOR Sneha Mankani FEATURES DIRECTOR Megha Mahindru FOOD & FEATURES EDITOR Sonal Ved ASSOCIATE EDITOR Shahnaz Siganporia (New Delhi) JUNIOR ART DIRECTOR Niyati Mehta SENIOR DESIGNER Snigdha Kulkarni JUNIOR PHOTO EDITOR Jay Modi SYNDICATION MANAGER Michelle Pereira SYNDICATION COORDINATOR Giselle D’Mello COPY DIRECTOR Shalini Shah SENIOR COPY EDITOR Almas Khateeb CO-DIGITAL EDITOR AND NETWORK EDITOR Ridhima Sapre CO-DIGITAL EDITOR AND FASHION EDITOR Rujuta Vaidya MANAGING EDITOR - VOGUE.IN Nitya Chablani COPY EDITOR Madhura Sansare DIGITAL FEATURES EDITOR - VOGUE.IN Maanya Sachdeva WEDDINGS EDITOR Nupur Sarvaiya BEAUTY WRITER - VOGUE.IN Avanti Dalal DIGITAL WRITER Yashna Chopra DIGITAL GRAPHIC DESIGNER…

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Just two weeks ago, I walked into a room filled with some of the most inspiring women I know. It was the night of our annual award show, Vogue Women of the Year 2019, and the energy was palpable. If 2019 is anything to go by, it is evident that the future is female. This was the year we won gold with PV Sindhu, skipped school with Greta Thunberg, shared the dream of a group of female scientists to take us to the moon and found our favourite superhero in Captain Marvel—all reminders of the power of women and the power of their persistence. Over eight months ago, when we started planning this issue, and the winners who would be fêted, the one common theme that came up across vocations and geographical…

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PERFORMING ARTS ‘Dancing queen’ in the September issue offered a beautiful lens into the world of Bharat Natyam star Shobana. I loved the idea of recreating her beauty rituals ahead of a performance. I enjoyed reading about her journey as an artiste and storyteller, and what goes into her breathtaking shows. Tanushree Kumar, Chennai FACE IT! Growing up as a gap-toothed child was not easy. While reading ‘Where the wild things are’ I was inspired to know about Lara Stone embracing her beauty and smile. It struck a chord with me and has given me the confidence to accept myself as I am. Akanksha Nair, Kochi LOVE IS LOVE Stunning visuals, stunning personalities—the drag shoot in the September issue of Vogue India turned the spotlight on the mostly-misunderstood performance art. Styling prominent drag queens (and a king),…

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Aakriti Patni (@patniaakriti) From Waheeda Rehman to Kalki Koechlin, these women talk about their journey in fashion and reveal their style inspirations with @VogueIndia Priyam Bhuta (@priyam bhuta) 3 women, 3 generations and 3 necklaces, @VogueIndia and @sabya_mukherjee traverse through time to curate heirloom pieces in the #SeptemberIssue Yukti Ganeriwal (@GaneriwalYukti) Loved @priyankachopra’s candid chat about her happy place, babies and life as a married woman with@VogueIndia. #SeptemberIssue…

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• The English actor’s full name is Sarah Caroline Olivia Sinclair. • She’s a three-time BAFTA and two-time Golden Globe Awards winner. • It’s not her first time playing a queen on screen. In The Favourite (2018), she received critical acclaim (and an Oscar) for her portrayal of Queen Anne. • At a formal dinner, her husband “got two squares of loo roll, just to say, ‘We got it from Buckingham Palace’,” she told the Guardian in an interview A new lead for the series comes with a whole new wardrobe. Here’s how to get the look DEBUT SECOND LIFE A new brand upcycles waste into beautiful home objects Breathing new life into old saris as well as coconuts and flower waste from temples, Nimboo, a new fair-trade label, is built on reclaiming waste through design. Featuring tea…

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SPAG NIGHT READY Like the al dente texture of homespun pasta but can’t dough it out in the kitchen? Let Cacio e Pepe serve you a fresh weekly menu of uncooked ravioli, spaghetti, tagliatelle and more. Apeksha Agarwal’s artisanal pasta kitchen has gluten-free and whole wheat options. @cacioepepeindia VOGUE SUSTAIN ANCUTA SARCA Ancuta Sarca’s half-heel, half-sneaker hybrids have been gaining ground. The sturdy heels, made from upcycled trainers, are equal parts fashion and function. Instagram.com/ancutasarca NO CHILD’S PLAY A board that triples up as a seesaw and a stool, blocks of wood that can be stacked in various shapes—the world is your child’s oyster when it comes to Bloon toys. Finished with edible polish, these toys are at par with your child’s imagination. Bloontoys.com COOL KIDS’ CLUB When it comes to the new labels to watch out for,…

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