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VOGUE India

Nov 01 2020
Magazine

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.

Vogue India

Get to know... • Our contributors from the November issue

EDITOR’S LETTER

Walk of fame • The classic combination of black satin and gold chain-link lends high glamour to Hermès’s new must-have shoe. The jewelled heel in handworked metal is inspired by the label’s iconic Chaîne d’ancre motif. A timeless buy that’s perfect for all kinds of special occasions

Party chez vous • Liquid metal, dresses that touch toes, tiered tops, XXL sleeves, and the clavicle as your sweetest spot—this is the wardrobe for post-pandemic party planning

Off limits • It’s hard to get your hands on these coveted pieces

EDUCATIONIST EXTRAORDINAIRE • President of Whistling Woods International—Asia’s largest film, communication, and creative arts institute—Meghna Ghai-Puri is every bit a self-made woman. Through determination and sheer force of will, she has established the institute as a force to be reckoned with. Vogue chats with the film school pioneer to learn more about her passion for education and filmmaking

The new festive • As celebrations get smaller and move back home, here’s how your traditional wardrobe can match more intimate gatherings

Better together • Couture and fine jewellery are always a good idea for a picture-perfect pairing. Whether it’s for an intimate wedding or family festivities, we help you find your partner for this season.

The good daughter • Alongside subverting the cultural traditions and experiences of her family, designer Supriya Lele now has the honour of dressing them, too, as she tells Osman Ahmed

LESSONS IN HISTORY

The show must go on • In July, Dior was one of the first houses to stage a physical fashion show in Lecce, southern Italy, for the resort 2021 collection. In true Maria Grazia Chiuri style, localised crafts and traditions were transformed and transmitted to all corners of the globe.

IT’S IN THE DETAILS

Tuning in • An innovative and genderless fine jewellery collection by Louis Vuitton, LV Volt plays on the graphic lines of the label’s hallowed initials as a metaphor for moving to the rhythm of life.

Independent vision • This festive season is going to be like none before. But that doesn’t mean you need to forgo the dress code. These young, independent, women-led labels are catering to our evolving fashion need for clothes that make us feel good as we celebrate more intimately.

Rooting for you • Gauri Khan launches Zoya’s ‘Rooted’ collection that draws a bejewelled parallel between female resilience and centuries-old rainforests.

INSIDE HER BIJOUX BOX

The glow up • It’s the festive wear drop we didn’t know we needed. Vogue India catches up with actor Sobhita Dhulipala, the face of H&M’s campaign, on how she brings her alternative style to the glitter and shimmer-laden ‘Brighter Than Ever’ collection.

A star is born • With multiple projects readying for release, Ana de Armas is setting Hollywood ablaze. As the face of the Natural Diamond Council’s campaign, the actor adds another feather to her already full cap.

Classical conditioning • Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams is back in front of the camera with a Cartier campaign. Rishna Shah reports

THE PASHA PERIOD • The iconic timepiece and its milestones

It takes two to tango • When high fashion and high watchmaking come together, the results are nothing short of magical. The creative union between the two luxury powerhouses of...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 228 Publisher: Conde Nast India Pvt. Ltd Edition: Nov 01 2020

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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.

Vogue India

Get to know... • Our contributors from the November issue

EDITOR’S LETTER

Walk of fame • The classic combination of black satin and gold chain-link lends high glamour to Hermès’s new must-have shoe. The jewelled heel in handworked metal is inspired by the label’s iconic Chaîne d’ancre motif. A timeless buy that’s perfect for all kinds of special occasions

Party chez vous • Liquid metal, dresses that touch toes, tiered tops, XXL sleeves, and the clavicle as your sweetest spot—this is the wardrobe for post-pandemic party planning

Off limits • It’s hard to get your hands on these coveted pieces

EDUCATIONIST EXTRAORDINAIRE • President of Whistling Woods International—Asia’s largest film, communication, and creative arts institute—Meghna Ghai-Puri is every bit a self-made woman. Through determination and sheer force of will, she has established the institute as a force to be reckoned with. Vogue chats with the film school pioneer to learn more about her passion for education and filmmaking

The new festive • As celebrations get smaller and move back home, here’s how your traditional wardrobe can match more intimate gatherings

Better together • Couture and fine jewellery are always a good idea for a picture-perfect pairing. Whether it’s for an intimate wedding or family festivities, we help you find your partner for this season.

The good daughter • Alongside subverting the cultural traditions and experiences of her family, designer Supriya Lele now has the honour of dressing them, too, as she tells Osman Ahmed

LESSONS IN HISTORY

The show must go on • In July, Dior was one of the first houses to stage a physical fashion show in Lecce, southern Italy, for the resort 2021 collection. In true Maria Grazia Chiuri style, localised crafts and traditions were transformed and transmitted to all corners of the globe.

IT’S IN THE DETAILS

Tuning in • An innovative and genderless fine jewellery collection by Louis Vuitton, LV Volt plays on the graphic lines of the label’s hallowed initials as a metaphor for moving to the rhythm of life.

Independent vision • This festive season is going to be like none before. But that doesn’t mean you need to forgo the dress code. These young, independent, women-led labels are catering to our evolving fashion need for clothes that make us feel good as we celebrate more intimately.

Rooting for you • Gauri Khan launches Zoya’s ‘Rooted’ collection that draws a bejewelled parallel between female resilience and centuries-old rainforests.

INSIDE HER BIJOUX BOX

The glow up • It’s the festive wear drop we didn’t know we needed. Vogue India catches up with actor Sobhita Dhulipala, the face of H&M’s campaign, on how she brings her alternative style to the glitter and shimmer-laden ‘Brighter Than Ever’ collection.

A star is born • With multiple projects readying for release, Ana de Armas is setting Hollywood ablaze. As the face of the Natural Diamond Council’s campaign, the actor adds another feather to her already full cap.

Classical conditioning • Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams is back in front of the camera with a Cartier campaign. Rishna Shah reports

THE PASHA PERIOD • The iconic timepiece and its milestones

It takes two to tango • When high fashion and high watchmaking come together, the results are nothing short of magical. The creative union between the two luxury powerhouses of...


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