On the Cover: Deepika Padukone takes on the challenge to be our no-makeup cover girl. Her look is about stripping the layers.
At Vogue we have been challenging stereotypes and championing diversity in beauty from the very beginning; it’s now woven into our DNA.
This issue only reinforces what we believe and know about beauty today—that beauty doesn’t just come from a jar.
From the women who wear their vulnerabilities with pride to those who epitomise eternal grace and give new meaning to “starting young,” this issue features those who defy age-defined roles— from an octogenarian who turned rapper to an
11-year-old CEO and the stylish women who are giving the Instagram generation a run for its money.
Our cover star Gauri Khan’s haven— her landmark-home in Mumbai.
Mannat, the house she shares with Bollywood royalty, Shah Rukh Khan, and their three children, has inspired reams of print in magazines and newspapers alike.
But getting access into the neverseen-before nooks and corners that make this a home, and her family’s happiest space, was an offer too hard to resist.
Her specially landscaped garden, confesses Gauri, is her sanctuary. And she tells us how her home has grown into the chosen pitstop for this globetrotting family of five.
Gauri delights in every renovation she’s had till date, and exhibits the same joy most of us feel while doing up our personal space.
And this issue is a treasure-trove in that matter—packed inside its pages is a directory of the leading names in design (from across India), who will help you design your dream home or reinvent an existing one.
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.