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VOGUE India

September 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.

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India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Conde Nast India Pvt. Ltd
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12 Issues

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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 ASSOCIATE 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…

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BIKRAMJIT BOSE Bose moved to Mumbai in 2008, after graduating from Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology. Soon, he became the go-to for fashion magazines across India, and is known for his black-and-white photography and pared-down aesthetic. In ‘Dancing queen’, page 252, he photographs Bharat Natyam dancer Shobana Chandrakumar. DIET SABYA The anonymous Instagram account, with more than 170k followers in just 17 months, calls out knockoffs and other injustices in Indian fashion. In ‘Sabya x Diet Sabya’, on page 242, Vogue India listens in on a conversation between the infamous Instagrammer and his namesake couturier, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The two discuss imitation as flattery and the future of Indian fashion in the digital age. JASJYOT SINGH HANS Drawing inspiration from pop culture, Hans addresses themes of body image, sexuality and self-love in his work…

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editor’s letter

If you’ve watched The September Issue, RJ Cutler’s documentary on the making of fashion’s biggest issue, you will know that the planning and work for this special issue begins months in advance. Every year, when we start working on our annual fashion tome, we love chasing ideas to see where they take us. Often, this journey turns into a creative retreat for the team—boardroom meetings turn into fertile ground for a host of possibilities and the bar gets raised automatically. For our September issue, we bring you a collector’s edition—a truly inimitable creative collaboration. A result of over 180 days’ effort, many meetings and text messages relayed across different time zones, here is Vogue through the eyes of our first-ever guest editor, designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Sabya’s popularity in the fashion sphere doesn’t…

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guest editor’s letter

This issue is about tradition. And modernity. And what binds the two —courage, conviction and vision. It has been a strange year for fashion. Once-infallible icons like Barneys New York filed for bankruptcy, while most of Gen Z’s expected spends of 143 billion dollars will be done online. Fashion and beauty companies can no longer be silent purveyors—they are expected to have a voice that is strong, socially aware and inclusive. The industry is going through a paradigm shift where generational divides that were once marked by decades are now measured in months. And when pushed to perform at such speed, one often doesn’t have time to introspect. Ironically, it is exactly now that we find ourselves being thrust into a new frontier that we don’t entirely understand—we must look inwards. As…

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letters@vouge. in

A STAR IS BORN Cover star Vicky Kaushal’s journey has been an inspiring one. I’ve always been taken with his ability to play different roles seamlessly. The watch feature in this issue, on the other hand, inspired me to invest in a stunning new pearly white. Achala Rao, Mumbai UPS AND DOWNS As an artist, I can relate to Aditya Roy Kapur’s story, one of your cover stars, when he said: “...you’re going from job to job—and there are moments when you don’t know when the next one is coming.” I was able to empathise with him, and it was heart-warming to read such an honest interview. Monika Mehta, Chennai SCANDI CRUSH ‘Northern star’ took us into the interesting world of chef René Redzepi. His kitchen at Noma juxtaposes futuristic experiments with childhood memories and nostalgia. As…

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everything we heart this month

STYLE CRUSH Couture week’s real star? Besides the sumptuous clothes, all eyes were on Celine Dion who sat front row. The 51-year-old music superstar served up high fashion with fashion-forward pieces from Balenciaga, Off-White, Alexandre Vauthier and Gucci. GOING, GOING, GONE! She may have been better known as Jackie O’s sister, but Lee Radziwill was a style icon in her own right. This month, in a first, Christie’s New York will feature fine and decorative art, books, costume jewellery and photography from her beautiful homes in Paris and New York. TALK ABOUT IT There’s no stopping Superwoman. This month, YouTube queen Lilly Singh takes Carson Daly’s place with her show A Little Late With Lilly Singh. As the only woman hosting a late-night talk show on NBC, she’s doing us all proud. LABEL ALERT THE MARC JACOBS Jacobs…

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