Our Vogue Women of the Year 2020 Edition: #VogueWOTY2020 winners surprised us with a trait they have in common—selflessness.
First is Kerala’s health minister KK Shailaja, a woman of action, whose timely response to the pandemic has made her a legend not just for her state, but for the world to follow.
Second, is the India women’s national field hockey team, whose players raised 20 lakh for stranded migrant workers.
And finally, Gita Gopinath, the first woman chief economist at the International Monetary Fund, who looks radiant in her suit even as she prepares to fight a global recession larger than the Great Depression.
Our other winners—from Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton and Biocon’s Kiran Mazumdar Shaw to actors Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Vidya Balan, musicians Dua Lipa and Camila Cabello, and our favourite sustainability activist Dia Mirza—all driven to use their superpowers to help make this world a better place.
Join us in celebrating the lives of these women on Vogue India’s Instagram, Facebook and YouTube channels between November 27 and 29 for three days of inspiration, individuality and innovation. Everyone’s invited.
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