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VOGUE India

February 2020

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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4 min.
vogue india

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 Prachiti Parakh 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 JUNIOR BEAUTY EDITOR Sanjana Salunkhe 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 CHIEF Neville Bhandara 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 WEDDINGS EDITOR Nupur Sarvaiya DIGITAL FASHION WRITER Yashna Chopra DIGITAL FASHION WRITER Garima Gupta DIGITAL BEAUTY WRITER Avanti Dalal DIGITAL…

2 min.
get to know...

BRIDGET BADORE New York-based editorial and portrait photographer Badore explores vulnerability, memory and grief through her work. She graduated from NYC’s School of Visual Arts with a BFA in photography. In ‘Viva las vegan’, page 200, she shoots Veggie Mijas, a vegan collective run by women of colour. KATI CHITRAKORN Chitrakorn, the retail and marketing editor of Vogue Business, is interested in analysing how people like to spend their money. In ‘Double-tap to like’, page 136, she profiles the brands who have made it big on Instagram, and the people behind them. PRIYA RAMANI A Bengaluru-based journalist, editor and commentator, Ramani writes a weekly column for Mint. She has previously worked at Reuters and The Indian Express. In ‘She’s got game’, page 142, she speaks to our cover star, the badminton champion Saina Nehwal, about…

1 min.
editor’s letter

In 2020, success isn’t defined the way it used to be. It’s no longer about the corner office or the hefty paycheck, but the barrier-breaking, stereotype-busting determination to set your own goals and make them happen. This is embodied by the line-up of successful women we feature in this issue, starting with our cover star Saina Nehwal. While it’s not unusual to see an Indian sportswoman make international headlines today, when Nehwal burst on to the badminton scene a decade ago, she didn’t have many female role models in her sport. So, she became one. The former World No 1 convinced an entire generation of girls that with hard work and determination they too could be champions. It’s the same driving force that makes Jemimah Rodrigues a teenage dream in…

1 min.
letters@vogue.in

PRETTY STRONG By closing the decade with Kiara Advani in ‘No time like now’, I got an insight into her life and her down-to-earth personality. Accessible, beautiful and imperturbable is how I would describe this friendly star. Flipping through her story showed me that failing is a part of life. You just have to get up and move on. Aashna Aggarwal, Delhi ALL MY BAGS ARE PACKED Whenever I’m asked to pick between beaches or mountains, I always find myself in a dilemma. While planning my winter holiday, the travel section in your December issue was exceptionally helpful. Lisa Haydon’s ‘Find your spot in the sun’ was wonderful, while Anushka Gurnaney’s trip to Everest Base Camp was motivating. Amulya Misra, Lucknow PAGE TURNER I loved reading what celebrated artist Takashi Murakami had to say about his relationship…

2 min.
get it right

SAM SMITH Oscar-winning singer Sam Smith took to Instagram to fill us in on their gender journey. “After a lifetime of being at war with my gender, I’ve decided to embrace myself for who I am, inside and out.” INDYA MOORE Indya Moore of Pose fame, says, “My pronouns: they/them/theirs. I correct people often... they ignore me...but it’s upsetting to feel like I’m ‘too much’ in a world that takes so much from trans-people constantly.” BRIGETTE LUNDY-PAINE The breakout star from Netflix’s Atypical, Brigette Lundy-Paine tweeted, “I’m non-binary, always felt a lil’ bit boy, lil’ bit girl, lil’ bit neither. Using they/them as of late and it feels right.” JONATHAN VAN NESS Jonathan Van Ness of Queer Eye stated in Out Magazine, “I’m gender nonconforming…gender is used to separate and divide. It’s this social construct that I…

1 min.
culture calendar

ALT-WATCH The first film from South Korea to win the Palme d’Or at Cannes, the Golden Globe-winning Parasite, Bong Joon-ho’s black comedy about a family of con artists, is a film worth rooting for at the Oscars. MUST-WATCH When Reese Witherspoon announced the launch of Legally Blonde 3 on Instagram, dressed like Elle Woods, rumours were put to rest. Our favourite blonde is back on Valentine’s Day. DEBUT STAR Praised by Anne Enright and Ian McEwan, Deepa Anappara’s debut novel, Djinn Patrol On The Purple Line, is a heart-wrenching tale that should be on your bookshelf. BEST IN SHOW Promising to be a radical upheaval, the Dhaka Art Summit: Seismic Movements asks tough questions and attempts to find answers through art. Editor’s choice Sharp tailoring edged with a casual street vibe is why we love Quod Erat Demonstrandum (call…