This October we saw Vogue India make a truly inspiring and empowering statement with the launch of their latest cover, paying an ode to women empowerment!
Team Vogue India seems to have undertaken their most ambitious project and biggest exercise to date.
Not only has the team emerged truly empowered, but they also managed to get some of the most affluent and influential people to pledge towards this worthy cause.
While flipping through the pages of this months rather extensive issue, I happened to have stumbled upon some standout pieces created exclusively for this noteworthy cause. Here’s a look at a few of the products that caught my attention, also a here’s a look at two of my favourite clutches in Red:
All in all ‘Twas one valiant effort put up by Team Vogue!
More power to you!
The new season marks the beginning of new trends, new designs, and new colours!
How do I judge what to expect from a collection every season? It’s simple, The answer lies within the Ad Campaign.
This A/W, I couldn’t help but be blown away by the sheer genius of some Ad Campaigns.
Here’s a look at some of my persona favourites this season:
Kenzo- Surrealism meets Cliche
Moschino- Inspired by the arches of McDonalds
From Armani to Versace, designers don’t seem to be able to resist putting their label on luxury hotels as well as on the runway.
And I for one am not complaining!
Here are my Top 5 picks. Have a look!
Armani Hotel Dubai
Hotel Maison Moschino, Milan
Cheval Blanc, France-From the house of Louis Vuitton and includes photography by Karl Lagerfeld
Hotel Missoni, Kuwait
Diane Von Furstenburg for London’s Claridge’s Hotel