Leap Of Faith
Transgender dancer and makeup artist, Mariko, on how life in a monastery helped her realise her identity
A new book, Illuminate, showcases intimate portraits of life and love in Kolkata’s red-light district, captured by the area’s at-risk youth
Shelina Janmohamed on how modest fashion encourages self-expression, revolution, and a sense of community
Colour Me Beautiful
How learning to love her dark skin helped Pax Jones create a worldwide movement, Unfair and Lovely
A Cut Above
After making waves internationally, Amit Masurkar’s dark comedy Newton releases in India this month
Avni Doshi on why she’s questioning motherhood, rather than accepting it as the norm
Why reading a book a week is a practice worth maintaining
Women have been plucking, tweezing, and ripping out undesirable body hair for centuries now, but it wasn’t until the launch of Gillette’s razor for women that shaving offered a painless alternative.
Ayca’s pure, natural products are a result of age-old recipes passed down through generations
Lakshmi is no regular supermodel. Comfortable in her skin, unafraid of her body, and ever-ready to speak her mind, she talks to dear friend and fellow Goan Sacha Mendes about sustainable living, the power of empathy, and the importance of being true to your identity.
Trends from SS ’17 runways make their way to Rolls-Royce’s latest car, Dawn Inspired by Fashion.
In His Words
Man Booker Prize-winning author Graham Swift on life, legacy, and learning to be a writer
Author Anjali Joseph on the enduring appeal of Jane Austen, ahead of her 200th death anniversary this July
Nonita Kalra on how the books in her grandfather’s study helped her discover the stories of her family
The Paper Trail
How the smell of old books recalls memories of youth and a lesson in ageing gracefully.
Jane's Incredible Journey
The Hollywood firmament was hers by paternal inheritance, but Jane Fonda was always aware there was something else. At 79, the actor laureate, writer, fitness guru, and veteran social activist feels fulfilled, youthful, and optimistic about her “third act”.
The Diana Legacy
As a new exhibition showcases the late Princess of Wales’s wardrobe at Kensington Palace, Justine Picardie pays tribute to a royal style icon
Kajol on motherhood, marriage, and celebrating 25 years in cinema.
Author Avni Doshi and dermatologist Dr Kiran Lohia on finding happiness through what you eat.
Paraben-free, cruelty-free, and especially great for medium to dark tones, Vasanti, the Canadian beauty brand, aims at brightening while enhancing the natural attributes of the skin. Tanvi Dagli Modi speaks to the Indian women behind it.
Coach’s creative director Stuart Vevers and Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy sit down for a chat
On The Waterfront
Think hydration is key for the skin? The current trend of waterless products suggests otherwise.
Man Of The Moment
In his latest book, legendary photographer David Bailey captures the heart of Nagaland, and the dichotomy between its contentious past and hopeful future.
The annual show-jumping event Saut Hermès beautifully illustrates the brand’s enduring equestrian legacy
It’s time to look beyond the shiny branding and social media-endorsed diets. Bazaar tells you what you really need to know about superfoods.
Down In Kokomo
A new private island resort in Fiji aims to rewrite the rules of barefoot luxury
The Next Stage
The colours and chaos of the cult classic film Monsoon Wedding come alive once again in a new musical that premieres next month
The Big Draw
In conversation with illustrator and author Divya Srinivasan, who has created the artwork for Neil Gaiman’s upcoming book Cinnamon
Make the most of 24 hours in Toronto with Bazaar’s picks of what not to miss
In a collection of engaging essays that releases this month, Indo-Canadian author Durga Chew-Bose touches upon everything from the colour of her skin to the implications of her name