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Highlights of Harper’s Bazaar India October 2016, issue: For the first time in its seven-year history, Harper’s Bazaar India is a men’s-only edition, featuring Akshay Kumar on the cover. We look at what it takes to be a man today, with essays and ideas and thoughts from authors, artists, actors, photographers. We scour men’s runway fashion to present the trends, products, and brands they need to know about. Actor Sushant Singh Rajput opens up about his personal style, and designer Ashish Soni shares his moodboard. In fashion, we focus on 90s fashion, with outerwear and athleisure, in a shoot featuring young Indian designers and models. Then, we show our readers how and where they can get the look. We also have features on Diesel Black Gold, and the H&M and Kenzo collaboration. Our beauty section for this issue was rebranded as Grooming: The highlights include a photo shoot on yoga with model and yogi Arya Bhatt, a shoot on grooming essentials, and the ultimate skin and haircare tool box. In features, we have Timothy Oulton’s new store, author Karan Mahajan’s reading list, NH7 Weekender’s art project, and the exclusive whiskeys to drink. Apart from the cover story, back of book features a shoot with Abhay Deol in Paris, and an interview with Suneet Varma. Travel takes us to the top wildlife resorts in India as safari season opens this month.

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