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Highlights of Harper’s Bazaar India January-February 2021, issue: The latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar celebrates A New Dawn in our lives, through personal essays on fresh beginnings, embracing a more conscious approach to fashion, and more. Covergirl Aditi Rao Hydari has a very special and intimate conversation with bazaar about her life and why she is committed to being kind and discovering happiness. In fashion, we explore the evolution of fashion weeks in India, since its inception decades ago to the new, digital format. Meanwhile, designer Rajesh Pratap Singh pens a tribute to the late designer, Satya Paul, whose brand he is now helming as its Creative Director. Actor Shilpa Shetty opens up about her life, latest fashion venture, and more, while Kajol shares the details of her digital debut, strong female role models in her family, and views on feminism. We also present the latest trends in bags, shoes, and accessories. Couturier Rahul Mishra lets in on the inspiration behind his new jewellery range, while a special fashion shoot spotlights the homegrown brands that are recycling, upcycling, and leaving behind a lesser carbon footprint through their processes. We also celebrate female bosses and entrepreneurs, as they each share with us their mantra on how to stay motivated. In travel, internationally-renowned designer Prabal Gurung takes us to his motherland, Nepal, a country that provides him with the ultimate solace, while five Bazaar contributors—Payal Khandwala, Simran Lal, Pooja Dhingra, Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghai, and Sahar Mansoor—share the pivotal moments of their lives that changed their course for the better. In art and culture, there are exclusive conversations with the maestros Jogen Chowdhury, Deepa Mehta, and Baroness Kishwar Desai.

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