The Children Of The Gender Revolution
Twelve LGBTQ+ creatives from across the fields of FASHION, the arts and activism come together to share how they are REDEFINING their landscapes and ours. From newly crowned award winners to established runway STARS, agitators to artists, author PARIS LEES introduces us to the children of the GENDER REVOLUTION, who are on a mission to carve out happiness, RESPECT and representation in a world that is not always ON THEIR SIDE
Everything The Light Touches
In the wake of a pandemic that saw many of us grow far too familiar with the four walls of our dwellings, a new Hermès collection designed for the home suggests that there are brighter days ahead.
Transgender Football - The Revolution Is Inevitable
Challenging the archaic theory of binaries in sport, India's first transgender football from Manipur is firmly putting the north-east and trans rights on the country's map.
On the cusp of his first show in India in over 10 years, the award-winning photographer Sunil Gupta talks to NEVILLE BHANDARA about his craft and why he'll never stop doing what he does
Drag queens Suruj Rajkhowa and Yaikhom Sushiel talk to MEHER JADHWANI about transforming into their alter egos, the dazzling Glorious Luna and Dame Imfala, when they perform.
Out of the shadows
Over the course of three months, Delhi-based photographer Aditi Jain captured the joys, travails and lives of four trans women, mapping their experiences and emotions in the capital city.
A Call to Arts
Artist Richie Nath's erotic work tells an evocative tale of his many identities, finds SUSHANT KUMAR
A life less ordinary
Vogue India gets a rare glimpse into the life of designer David Abraham and his partner, in life and at work, Kevin Nigli
The Question Artist
In the age of image-propelled social media, Zain Ali's photo essays bring a fresh sense of timing, framing, and narrative on how male intimacy is communicated, discovers SHWETA SHIWARE
Unit of Pleasure
Pop culture may have led us to believe that we can only find our 'happily ever after' in that once-in-a-lifetime soulmate, but TANISHA RK, a polyamorous Bahujan and co-founder of a pleasure store, proves that the best things sometimes come in threes
Ladakh - Simplicity, Serenity And Splendour
Simplicity, serenity and splendour - MEHER JADHWANI finds balance and beauty in Ladakh as she traces its heritage through its rituals, and returns to the city anew. Photographed by AVANI RAI
The Moon And Its Many Aspects
From the way our bodies work, to how emotionally aware and intuitive we feel, so much can be derived from lunar movements. Bandana Tewari waxes eloquent on the moon and its many aspects
New York-based artist Somnath Bhatt and South Korean designer Hyein Seo come together to create clothing inspired by celestial movements. By DARSHITA GOYAL
New York-based Sylheti-Bangladeshi model and writer NANCY UDDIN considers her hair to be a mode of her Sufi beliefs, expression and freedom that brings her closer to her creator. Photographed by MEGHAN MCGARRY
The Wonder Years
As Tarun and Sailaja Tahiliani invite Vogue India to flip through their wedding album, they reminisce about a time when nuptials were intimate, simple and all heart
Sisters of the Moon
Ashtanga yoga teacher Sita Sunar demonstrates how she centres her breathwork on the moon in order to ground herself. By ISHA SINGH SAWHNEY
In her latest book. Fariha Róisín unpacks how the global wellness industry was built on the backs of the very people who have been unceremoniously written out of it. By SANA GOYAL
Despite having scaled the heights of global success, model and creative multi-hyphenate Amrit is still tethered tightly to her Punjabi roots and committed to proving that she's more than a pretty face, writes ARUSHI SINHA. Photographed by ASHISH SHAH. Styled by NIKHIL MANSATA
The cross-pollination between art and fashion is a tale as old as time. However, one design label is patchworking a future where the two creative corners inextricably AKANKSHA KAMATH
A LEGACY OF SELF-CARE
For Anita and Simran Lal, wellness is all about finding pleasure in daily practices, writes VASUDHA RAI
For years, India's coasts have been considered purely fisherfolk territory, with sports enthusiasts choosing the sure-footedness of land over the mystery of the sea. But thrill seekers are now submitting their bodies to the push and pull of the tide, ushering in the emergence of surf culture in the country.
Genie In A Bottle
Inside the world of fragrance- and silicone-free skincare with Biologique Recherche.
IN FULL BLOOM
She may have had humble beginnings in the hallowed halls of YouTube over a decade ago, but today, Lilly Singh is an instantly recognisable face on the internet. Despite making record-breaking strides in her industry, the comedian, actor and former talk-show host tells Sadaf Shaikh that her only competition is the person in the mirror.
Nails—the longer and more ornate the better-are this season's must-have accessory. But don't call it a trend.
Benefits Of Ancient Practice Of Hair Oiling
A 5,000-year-old hair ritual is still thriving in modern India. Vasudha Rai deep dives into the ancient practice of hair oiling
Now and Always
As a skincare ingredient, the alluring rose has stood the test of time and bypassed countless trends, writes As a skincare ingredient, the alluring rose has stood the test of time and bypassed countless trends, writes KIRSTIE CLEMENTS
Right On Track
Rail is emerging as a winning alternative for climate-conscious travellers. Monisha Rajesh, who has authored books on the charm of train journeys, makes a case for slow travel, discovers SADAF SHAIKH
I Mould You So
Berlin-based ceramicist Latika Nehra’s experimental sculptures are a study in originality, but they also speak to a love for craft that demands unyielding patience, a quality both rare and refreshing in this age of hyperconsumerism, says SADAF SHAIKH
Corridors of Time
Even as governments of developing South Asian nations continue to pour funds into redevelopment projects and infrastructural reorganisation, an ongoing exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art encourages us to preserve the past through a look at the modernist India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka post-independence, says SADAF SHAIKH