Kim Kardashian West in her first-ever Vogue India Shoot
In her first-ever India-exclusive magazine cover, we shot the powerhouse in New York. She was a dream to shoot with and we draped her in her first-ever sari—our fashion coordinator and stylist Priyanka Parkash tells me she couldn’t stop appreciating the craftsmanship, constantly telling her Keeping Up With The Kardashians crew, “We have to go toIndia.”
Mira Jacob explores a new side of this overexposed star by gently probing into the precarious way Kardashian balances her life between person and product.
But apart from telling us how good she’s become at keeping secrets, the reality-TV star also sets the mood for the month with a high-voltage return to glamour.
Twinkle Khanna’s miscellaneous happy things. She grudgingly tells us how life and its various commitments have her utterly satiated. Vanilla, yoga and the thought of speaking French are her miscellaneous happy things.
In Beauty, we show you how to get the runways to your make-up palette (graffiti-inspired eyeliner is completely doable).
This issue, we also draw special focus on a very special tribe of people who have come from all over the world but found a home in India—from social entrepreneur Sally Holkar to historian William Dalrymple.
Bringing their unique insights and entrepreneurial skills to local crafts and establishments, they’re making our melting pot more interesting.
With 2018, the conversation on women’s empowerment has only gotten louder. Our new role models are complex, flawed and real, much like our cover girl—the poster girl of 21st-century success (trolls and all) and body-positivity champion
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.