In a first for Vogue India, we approached Japanese artist Takashi Murakami to bring to life our vision for the future with his cover art that symbolises the spirit of unity through a cornucopia of smiling flowers.
Inside the magazine, you will find some of the world’s biggest influencers, from Lilly Singh to Tan France, as part of our DIY ‘selfies es in isolation’ project.
Next, we used the video-sharing platform Zoom to moderate a conversation between India’s brightest young designers on the future of fashion. In Vogue Loves, as well as in our inaugural Home-grown pages, we put together an exhaustive list of local labels that need your support now more than ever.
But before we look to the future, we need to acknowledge the present. COVID-19, which has brought the world to a standstill, has also unleashed a new set of heroes. We started
Vogue Warriors online in response, to spotlight the women who are working tirelessly through this pandemic. You will find a vignette of this tribute within these pages. And speaking of applauding the real heroes of COVID-19 in India, don’t miss Priya Ramani’s homage to our nurses, the underdogs of the medical world who work double shifts and risk their lives with one thought motivating them—that we are all #InThisTogether.
Vogue India brings you the best in global and Indian fashion, beauty and culture as well as interviews with trendsetters across the worlds of style, music and art as well as key figures within the fashion industry.