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VOGUE India January 2021

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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2 min
get to know...

RID BURMAN For a photographer who comes from a family of artists, art has always been a priority in Burman’s approach to his craft. Possessing a propensity to create unique stories with a vision of his own, he works between Paris, New York and Mumbai. In ‘Great expectations’, he shoots cover star Anushka Sharma. Page 102 RADHIKA JONES Jones is the editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair. She has worked as an editor at The New York Times, Time, and The Paris Review. She holds a PhD in English and comparative literature from Columbia University, and lives in Brooklyn with her family. In ‘Life as we know it’, Jones shares her experience of not being the lead parent to her six-year-old son. Page 134 AVNI DOSHI Dubai-based Doshi’s debut novel Burnt Sugar (originally released under the title…

2 min
editor’s letter

So much has changed this past year that most of us will agree that marching into 2021 almost feels like a rebirth. With routines upended, we have all had to realign our lives and find a new rhythm. For first-time mothers, this time has been so challenging that only steadfast optimism for the future could have guided them. And so, what began as a conversation with our cover star, the actor-producer and soon-to-be mum Anushka Sharma, ended up becoming the focus for this issue. My team and I have admired Sharma for many of her choices—in carving out a noteworthy career, in finding a supportive companion, in living her life privately (and on her own terms), and even in her day-to-day sartorial choices. So it was a given that as she…

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the values of vogue

A new year, a new beginning—and a time to recommit to our values. Vogue believes in joy and optimism. We strive to live sustainably and advocate for independence, individuality and creativity. We honour meaning and craft in fashion. We insist on inclusivity and respect—and will hold ourselves accountable to those ideals. We will endeavour every day to discover and support new talent. We believe in the power of communities and families of all kinds. Our work matters. - All the Editors-in-Chief, Vogue…

6 min
little things

DIOR It was in 1967 that the French house introduced baby and kids wear under the watch of Marc Bohan. But it was only in late 2020 that it debuted its first stroller. Form and fashion come together with Dior’s recognisable oblique print, a palette of cream, navy and black, and an ergonomic design, courtesy this collaboration with Inglesina. A coordinated oblique print diaper bag will add the right finishing touch. Price on request at Dior stores IN THE FAMILY These parent-child duos are making clothes that carry forward cultural legacies HOUSE OF AAMA Akua Shabaka and her mother Rebecca Henry, a lawyer and trained seamstress, launched House of Aama in 2013. Their collections meld fashion and folklore using African fabrics and tribal emblems. @houseofaama SGBG ATELIER “Working alongside my mother has become a discovery of roots,”…

2 min
the pregnancy edit

THE COSY DRESS We’re warming up to knits for the new year STRAP UP Add structure to your new shape with a cinch THE CARDIGAN Solids or prints, long or short— what’s your layering game? THE ELEVATED BASIC A capsule wardrobe of muted tones and timeless basics will tide you through all of life's big moments BAG ON THE GO The XL tote is one for all seasons and all reasons LEGGINGS A lowdown on how to dress up your basic tights LUNCH WITH A MUM FRIEND PLAY DATES AT THE PARK POST-PILATES COFFEE RUN PHOTO: CASS BIRD. STYLING: JORDEN BICKHAM. HAIR: RUBI JONES. MAKEUP: ROMY SOLEIMANI. PHOTOGRAPHER’S ASSISTANTS: CLAY HOWARD SMITH; MIKE SKIGEN; ANTHONY MILLER. ASSISTANT STYLIST: AUSTEN TURNER. PRODUCTION: TRISTANRODRIGUEZ. POST PRODUCTION: GLOSS STUDIO. TAILOR: CHA CHA ZUTIC. FLOWERS: FLEURETTE.NYC AND DEAD FLOWERS. MODEL: EMILY RATAJKOWSKI…

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suits you

Not your standard pantsuits, these tailored twinsets are less strict, more snazzy STYLE TIP Nothing says easy like a blazer-Bermudas combo. Add gold accessories to offset the black Beach basics get an upgrade with lightweight scarf prints A sleek camisole brings in a delicate femininity The improved pinstriped suit is cropped and cool…