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Harper's Bazaar India

Harper's Bazaar India May 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.

Country:
India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Living Media India Limited
Frequency:
Monthly
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in this issue

4 min.
contributors

Jennifer Massaux is a Belgian director and photographer based between New York City and Los Angeles. She celebrates the uniqueness of her subjects through intimate, original, surrealist perspectives. She has worked with artists like Madonna, Miguel, and Shania Twain, and directed campaigns for brands such as Michael Kors and adidas by Stella McCartney. Here, she photographs our cover star Jameela Jamil against Downtown LA’s cityscape in ‘The Way I Am’, pg 124. Kristen Ingersoll, a New York Citybased brand advisor and stylist, produces fashion, beauty, and lifestyle content for global print and digital platforms. She has worked with celebrities like Ashley Graham and Gisele Bündchen. In this issue, she styles our cover star in ‘The Way I Am’, pg 124. “I will have very fond memories of this shoot because Nonita…

2 min.
the times the yare a changin’

“Women, particularly, have been discouraged from bragging about themselves or showing any self-pride, whereas it is very respected in men. We’re also shamed about feeling anything other than very grateful for any opportunity that we earn for ourselves. And it’s time to take back the power. One of the reasons I don’t smile in my photos is because I feel like I’m told to smile all the time by men. Otherwise I’m not likable. I look at every inch that my body grows as I’m getting older and my metabolism is slowing down, and I think here is a little more space I’m taking in the world,” says Jameela Jamil. As we sat down for the interview, I knew I would be hitting rewind on that tape many, many times, because…

1 min.
loves

WARM GLOW The season’s hottest accessories come in classic neutrals and a splash of colour CRÈME DE LA CRÈME VINTAGE SUMMER IMAGES: COURTESY DON PENNY, JON PATTERSON/STUDIO D. STYLING: MIAKO KATOH; ULYSSE NARDIN. IMAGES: COURTESY DON PENNY/STUDIO D; JAQUET DROZ; PIXELATE. IMAGES: COURTESY LOUIS VUITTON; PIXELATE.…

1 min.
1 under the sun

The SUIT A great investment piece, its summer iteration comes in airy fabrics and matching prints The SHOE Can’t live without your pumps? Try a geometric square-toe in ochre for a more youthful, fresh look. The PRINT Welcome the warm weather with cheerful floral prints—follow our lead and wear them all over, merrily and madly The CRAFT Edgy shapes and modern colour combinations bring back tie-dye firmly into the current mood of fashion The JACKET Channel off-duty dressing with a lightweight utility jacket. It strikes a perfect balance between function and fashion.…

1 min.
2 micro-trend: yellow

The Spring fashion runways were struck by a beaming bolt of sunshine yellow. From Balenciaga’s pointy flats to Kate Spade New York’s lasercut bucket bag, these bright add-ons are guaranteed to uplift your mood, and your look. IMAGES: COURTESY BALENCIAGA; KATE SPADE NEW YORK; MARNI; MICHAEL MICHAEL KORS; PAULA CADEMARTORI; OSCAR DE LA RENTA.…

2 min.
3 the anniversary: nandita mahtani

Tell us about your recent collection. It’s a capsule line that I’ve designed in collaboration with Cartoon Network. I am the first Indian designer they have signed on. I’ve used characters from The Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo, Dexter’s Laboratory, Courage the Cowardly Dog, and Samurai Jack. All are ’90s icons. But the collection is for grown-ups. There are denim jackets, bombers, sweatshirts, and lots of sequin and beading work. Most of it is outerwear, which you can wear to a cinema or on a flight. I’ve also done menswear for the first time. It’s been 15 years since you started your namesake label. How did the journey begin? I used to run my own multi-designer store, Ananya, first in Delhi and then Mumbai. I was also designing a few pieces for the store…