Vogue India’s 14th-anniversary issue: will leave you reignited, refreshed, rewired and excited for what’s next.
No stranger to challenges, this trio of Olympic winners is bringing forth athletic equality by fostering an arena for change with their fierce, competitive spirit
On the cover
PV Sindhu: India’s most marketable female athlete, the Hyderabad-based badminton star opens up to Arun Janardhan about expectations and the pressures of fame
Lovlina Borgohain: Determined to defy the odds, the Assamese boxer’s bronze success is not just a story of resilience but one of grit that every girl can aspire to, says Anupama Bagri
SAIKHOM MIRABAI CHANU: The silver lining for the award-winning weightlifter was letting go of the mental burden that engulfs most athletes in competitive sports, and instead, believing in herself, finds Suprita Das
Whether ancient Ayurveda or modern research, food science continues to link eating habits with how we look, move and feel. With expert assistance, Sonal Ved helps you navigate your way to joy
It turns out that putting your body through stress and efficiency de-stresses the mind. So if you’re feeling frazzled, upset or overwhelmed, getting in a sweat session is your best bet. By Avanti Dalal
And a lot more.
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.