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Marie Claire

Marie Claire

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30 Trendsetters 38 M ust have Fashion 40 Jewellery 42 W atches 44 Shoes 49 T he Mood 56 B eauty Trend Makeup 57 B eauty Trend Hair 58 M ust have Beauty 60 Beauty Dossier Dar 64 Designer Dossier Swati Kalsi F eatures 80 ON THE COVER The Classic Yami Gautam: The gorgeous girl from Vicky Donor wants her personality to do all the talking 83 ON THE COVER The Fresh Alia Bhatt: The debutante stole everyone’s heart in Student of the Year. She talks to us about her idea of beauty 86 ON THE COVER Leo, Leo Burning Bright: Our new Great Gatsby and Tag Heuer’s poster boy – Leonardo DiCaprio – talks about the classic book, his films, the elusive Oscar and the importance of saving the elephant, the tiger, the entire planet 96 A Bra Abroad: Spare lingerie embarks on a journey from England to Senegal for the Big Bra Hunt, a unique campaign by Oxfam to help women in Africa F ashion 130 On Solid Ground: Column silhouettes, a monochrome palette with dashes of contrasting colour, volume at geometric angles – the body turns into a graphic piece of art 140 Fair Game: Peek-a-boo sheers and fantastical fabrics make ladylike take on a surreal edge 148 101 Ideas: Oriental and t-shirts 156 Dog Days: Which pedigree pup makes your heart go thump? Our fashion team picks out accessories to match each personality type

Marie Claire, the international fashion magazine is originated from France and has over 34 editions across the world. Marie Claire, France was founded in Paris in 1937, thus brings a legacy with it.It offers practical fashion tips showcasing products from India and abroad. It covers fashion that is aspirational and accessible.Marie Claire has introduced ‘Made in India Fashion Awards’ for excellence in Indian fashion. It is first of its kind in India. Marie Claire brings out a mixture of socially relevant features, which urge the readers to think and act.It has also spearheaded two strong campaigns - “Let Me Be Me”, a movement against moral policing and followed it up with another campaign called “What Women Want”.