VOGUE India1 min lettiFashion & Beauty
#8 Natural Diamond Council Loves
Tradition and inspiration drawn from heritage structures comes through in this pair of geometric earrings that draws inspiration from Delhi’s Lotus Temple. Its neutral colours can elevate any basic, from a white shirt to a festive kurta and even a ka
VOGUE India1 min lettiFashion & Beauty
Classical Conditioning
Reworked draping in the finest saddle-stitched leather.  Never underestimate the power of pristine pleats, especially when they come in the form of an alabaster dress.  When does the neckline say it all? When it’s a 2020 update on the sweetheart.
VOGUE India4 min lettiFashion & Beauty
Vogue DIARY
With a vision to create timeless garments in classic silhouettes, Julie Shah’s clothing label, Julie, has ensembles in durable fabrics that resonate with her design philosophy. Her clothes are versatile, are created with minimum wastage and designed
VOGUE India3 min lettiFashion & Beauty
Why Is Patchwork Having A Moment?
There’s a poignancy in the air right now. We’re all trying to adjust to a new normal, and the question looms: what will the world look like post COVID-19? How will we piece together the broken fragments of lives and societies, communities and busines
VOGUE India5 min lettiSociety
HOPE In The Time Of A PANDEMIC
It was during the first days of the pandemic in the UK. Supermarket shelves were partly empty, panic buyers were bumping into each other across the aisles, filling their carts with toilet rolls, boxes of cereal, oatmeal and pasta. People were stockin
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Shoplist
11.11/eleven eleven: Ensemble, Mumbai 022-23672418, Ensemble, New Delhi 011-46040745 (www.11-11.in) Adidas Originals: Mumbai 022-22024253, Delhi 011-45734261 (www.shop.adidas.co.in) Akanksha Gajria: (www.aashniandco.com) (www.azafashions.com) Alexand
VOGUE India1 min lettiFashion & Beauty
Ties That Bind
“I am passionate about the art of making do with what you find, or ‘jugaad’ as it’s called in India. When I lived in Brussels, I had a seamstress who would brilliantly bring to life pieces that mixed cotton, silk and velvet. I loved the experience of
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Strike A Pause
For veteran actor Shabana Azmi, self-isolation has been an inward journey, filled with peaceful moments, conscious choices and catching up with her husband Javed Akhtar. How has social distancing changed you? “I am making a conscious decision to dif
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Flight Of Fancy
Shoots are anything but easy. On this day in 2009, Goa was a sweltering 40°C. But when Vogue India’s contributing style editor Anaita Shroff Adajania jogs her memory about this photograph, taken at Goa’s Fort Tiracol, she recalls other aspects: “Shoo
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New Girl
Less than a year ago, Amrit was at her ÿrst-ever Vogue Paris shoot. It was her ÿrst casting, her ÿrst time wearing makeup and her ÿrst time facing the camera in a professional set-up. She was studying at the Paris College of Art at the time, having j
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What’s In A Zine?
‘UNFUCK YOU’ exclaimed a zine that was my Secret Santa present two Christmases ago. It was a small independent publication by Bombay Underground, an open collective for artists, made using A4 papers neatly folded and stapled to make a 30-page booklet
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Vogue India
PRIYA TANNA EDITOR-IN-CHIEF FASHION DIRECTOR Priyanka Kapadia ART DIRECTOR Swaminathan Iyer MANAGING EDITOR Renuka Joshi Modi FASHION FEATURES DIRECTOR Priyanka Khanna JUNIOR FASHION FEATURES EDITOR Akanksha Kamath FASHION BOOKINGS EDITOR Prachiti
VOGUE India5 min lettiFashion & Beauty
Dressing Up Bébé
This story came out of personal necessity. During the months we spent in lock-down, my children, blissfully unaware of the logistical issues, were outgrowing their clothes by the minute. In the past, most of their wardrobe was built through our trave
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Access Hollywood
Nisha Ganatra has blazed a path for South Asian filmmakers in Hollywood, starting with her first indie feature, Chutney Popcorn (1999), to her prolific TV career, where she directed episodes of Transparent (2014) and Better Things (2016). “I’m always
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Get To Know...
Photographer, ‘Heart of the matter’, page 74 The New York-based lensman, who has shot the likes of Winnie Harlow and Isabeli Fontana, flew to Goa to photograph Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma. “The photos in this issue show her just as she is—vibrant
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Rosh Mahtani
When we speak, Rosh Mahtani, the founder of Alighieri, tells me how her show a month before lock-down was eerily prophetic. Titled ‘The Wasteland’, her collection, made of beaten gold medallion necklaces, mismatched earrings and hair accessories, com
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A Life Less Social
There is a land called Introversia and I am its ruler. A few facts for the uninitiated: POPULATION: We don’t know because no one ever visits. LANGUAGE: Long brooding silences and low-energy mumbling. FOOD: Anything you can order on an app without
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Goa Special
The Goa-based illustrator creates two original works celebrating Portuguese architecture in ‘Take a seat’, page 136 and ‘Elements of style’, page 138. From Moira to Arambol and Mapusa to Ashvem, the photographer shoots models, musicians, designers a
VOGUE India3 min lettiFashion & Beauty
Invested Interest
It’s easy to complain about having to spend every waking moment within the conÿnes of our homes, but this period of forced isolation has also brought clarity. Cut off from the world around us, we’re developing a new-found appreciation for the things
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The Inside Affair
For most extroverts, every day is an adventure. From one engagement to the next, you are scheduled out from morning to night. Pre-lockdown, I’d wake up and head out for the day. My car was my mobile home, with everything from my gym kit to my outfit
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Editor’s Letter
As we emerge from a long period of pause and gradually make our way back into a new socially distanced world, the call of the great outdoors has never been louder. Looking once again beyond the boundaries of our homes is refreshing and invigorating.
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Inside Out
The last time I checked on Instagram, a tangerine bikini-clad Nidhi Sunil posed in what looked like the living room of her bright and colourful New York apartment. Her hair looked like it was ready for the beach breeze and the ease of being in her sk
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It Takes A Village
“Four years ago, when my husband and I decided to have a child, we didn’t want to bring him up in the crazy city. You realise how deafening the noise (in Mumbai) is once you move. Here, I love watching my son run around and swim all day. And my longe
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Lockdown Lessons
Make #careforcrafts your ultimate guideline IKKIS: Gunjan Gupta’s ‘Tantra’ collection updates classic Indian brassware into 21st-century tablescapes. TERRAVIDA: The Goa-based ceramic studio handcrafts tabletop pieces that are nothing short of colle
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My Quarantine Diary
Do: “I cry when I feel like and allow myself to not feel stupid about it. After that, I drink plenty of water. I’m working on constantly staying in a relaxed state of being. So, to that end, I’ve taken to consistently practising myofascial release. F
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Paradise Found
No singular event leads a man away from his home, which in my case had been ÿrmly Mumbai. Rather, a collusion of incidents result in the exodus—the end of friendship, the betrayal of love, an attrition of trust, a dismaying, amplifying awareness that
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Music
Tunes that dropped in quarantine ‘Let Your Love Be Known’ by Bono ‘Coronavirus’ by iMarkkeyz (ft. Cardi B) ‘I Finally Understand’ by Charli XCX ‘Living In A Ghost Town’ by The Rolling Stones ‘Khatam Karona’ by Emiway Bantai ‘Chromatica I’ by Lady Gag
VOGUE India4 min lettiNutrition
At Your Fingertips
Convenient and budget-friendly, ÿtness apps have been gaining popularity over the last few years. However, 2020 would have to be their most popular year yet. At home or not, there is no excuse to not place health as your number one priority. I recent
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A Man Called Wendell
Wendell Rodricks had a knack for creating something simplistic and beautiful without garish layers, both in design and his life. At a time when India’s fashion fraternity took pride in being seen at every glamorous party and being papped was a way of
VOGUE India1 min lettiFashion & Beauty
For Keeps
They’re what you think—but not entirely. Here’s new routes to familiar ends The slinky knit is this year’s sexy cardigan. Go all out in a similar skirt, or wear with pinstripe pants. The versatile one-piece comes in yet another avatar. Worn with a
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