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VOGUE India September 2020

Taapsee Pannu espouses balmy weather and longer days as Vogue India's May/June Issue's cover star. Summertime is in full swing; if you're intending to escape, this edition comprises classics that will never fail. Take your pick: a sunshiny beach or an invigorating mountain—our curated jewellery and shops pages will allow you to seamlessly switch between the two moods. Engineering a staycation at home? No worries there—our three mini trends will keep you looking crisp and vivacious as you remain up-to-date on the season's most exclusive brands. Wearable wellness is one of the most significant fitness trends of 2021 and we turn our focus on alternative healing—tech and tradition come together as one. A guide to biohacking will leave you beautiful, inside and out. Take on the journey of a survivor as Shormishta Mukherjee tells all about her battle with cancer. Enter the world of Farah Fadd while the age of the illustrator dawns upon us. South Asians rewriting Hollywood find their spot in the sun as do clean foods from around the world.

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

in this issue

8 min
first ladies of beauty

When boxed black hair dyes and facial bleaches were the norm, these enterprising ladies managed to manoeuvre through the challenges of sourcing quality products, bringing a spot of vanity into the lives of women across Indian cities. TREND FORECAST THE BOB IS BACK IN ALL ITS VARIATIONS, ALONG WITH FUSS-FREE STYLES. TO COMPLEMENT A MASK, SHORTER CUTS WILL MAKE A HUGE COMEBACK TO EXPOSE WHAT’S LEFT OF OUR FEATURES THE HERBALIST HAIRDRESSER JUNE TOMKYNS, JUNE TOMKYNS SALON AND ACADEMY (ESTD 1977), KOLKATA June Tomkyns, CEO of her eponymous salon in Kolkata, remains dynamically involved in every business decision, which includes running three outlets with the help of her children and grandchildren. At 75, she had been cutting hair till the lockdown began, but has since optimised the pandemic-driven free time into handcrafting essential oil-based sanitisers…

6 min
shoplist

FASHION Acne Studios: (www.acnestudios.com) (www.ssense.com) Alessandra Rich: (www.alessandrarich.com) Alexander McQueen: Le Mill, Mumbai 022-22041925, London 0044-20-73550088, New York 001-212-6451797 (www.alexandermcqueen.com) Anamika Khanna: Kolkata 9903379127, Delhi 9560337744, London 0044-20-79850155 (www.anamikakhanna.in) Balenciaga: (www.modaoperandi.com) Balmain: (www.modaoperandi.com) Brandon Maxwell: (www.brandonmaxwellstudio.com) (www.farfetch.com) Calvin Klein: (www.calvinklein.us/en) (www.myntra.com) Carolina Herrera: (www.modaoperandi.com) Celine: Le Mill, Mumbai 022-22041925, London 0044-20-71996866, Paris 0033-1-42843583, New York 001-212-2268001 (www.celine.com) Chanel: Delhi 011-41116840, London 0044-20-74935040, Paris 0033-1-44506600, New York 001-212-5355505 (www.chanel.com) Charles & Keith: Mumbai 022-24980106, Delhi 011-46160610 (www.charleskeith.com) Creyons: Ahmedabad 9978822447 Dhora: (www.dhoraindia.in) Diesel: Mumbai 022-40046050 (www.diesel.com) Dior: Mumbai 022-67499091, Delhi 011-46005900, London 0044-20-77589280 (www.dior.com) Dolce & Gabbana: London 0044-20-74959250, Paris 0033-01-44949595, New York 001-212-8979653 (www.dolceandgabbana.com) (www.matchesfashion.com) Dries Van Noten: London 044-20-72355000, Paris 033-1-44270040, New York 001-800-5581855 (www.driesvannoten.com) Ekaya: (www.ekaya.in) En Inde: Delhi 011-49050832 (www.eninde.com) Fendi: Delhi 011-46040777, London 0044-20-79274172, Paris 0033-1-49528452, New…

1 min
new view

OFFICE Ground the kurtameets-dress in a pair of strictly-business pants and a jacket FESTIVAL For a bustling second half of the year, bring brocade jackets and juttis into play for a traditional spin SHOPPING Pull out your trusted cotton kurta for your errands and add earth-toned accessories for a rustic-chic vibe ON THE DAILY Give the kurta a coed treatment with a waistcoat to match…

4 min
not just my mother’s bag

It seemed almost prescient that one of spring 2020’s biggest trends was the micro bag. Spotted on runways, this necklace bag (with some of the hottest offerings as small as two inches) was designed to fit just a lipstick, a credit card and AirPods. A representative of a minimalist lifestyle (with the invariably impressive price tag), the nano sac was all about travelling light and paring down your belongings to the bare essentials. Post March 2020, as the world came to a hard stop, this edit became the norm. Conversations were dominated by safety concerns and sanitisers, and face masks fast became the new black. A petite pouch was now seen as a must-have only because it could store house keys while leaving your hands free to spray disinfectant on every…

2 min
come as you are

HARNESS THAT LACE Bring leather trappings to a Victorian dress for a naughty-but-nice contrast MIX YOUR METALS Layer ropes of necklaces in metallic tones for maximum edge BARE IT ALL But not without the punk prerequisites of combat boots and a biker jacket ADD PARTY TO YOUR PANTS Sleek leather leggings get a dose of sparkle with a top that’s heavy on sequins WEAR AN OVERLOAD OF CHECKS Pile on boxes of different sizes, from your skirt to your barely-there bralette A PROMISE FOR TOMORROW A diamond carries a long legacy. It has lived through many generations, gaining strength and memories along the way. Similarly, shaped by the hands that have worn it, this natural diamond bracelet has journeyed through the past and present, and will now move forward into the future. Diamonds set in 18K gold tennis bracelet, Hazoorilal Legacy A PROMISE…

4 min
italians do it better

“I always take inspiration from people on the street,” says Walter Chiapponi, Tod’s new creative director. This February, barely days before Italy went into complete lockdown and the rest of the world followed, Chiapponi, a veteran of Bottega Veneta under Tomas Maier, debuted a collection that was applauded for its sophisticated sensuality while respecting the house’s codes. “I have always loved the culture of Italian buongusto (good taste), especially for menswear. I love to see how Italian men really care about little details, such as a haircut or a perfectly brushed shoe. [Even with womenswear] the inspiration was the very idea of good taste, intended not as a rule or a limitation but as a way of life.” Not much is known about the Milan-based Chiapponi, but here’s what I discover: his…