Harper’s Bazaar presents tripple Bonanza features Deepika Padukone
Deepika Padukone emerges as the quintessential Indian beauty on not one, but two Harper’s BAZAAR covers simultaneously in the same month!
Innovation is something Bazaar is known for, whether it’s the Swarovski Elements masthead for the stunning launch issue of Harper’s Bazaar or the highly coveted Tall issue the magazine comes out every March to celebrate its anniversary. Split covers are a big success internationally, and now Bazaar would be the first lifestyle magazine to come out with split cover issue in India. Deepika Padukone emerges as the quintessential Indian beauty on not one, but two Harper’s BAZAAR covers simultaneously in the same month! These two special covers for the November issue of Bazaar are available in three of the most important cities Mumbai, Delhi, and Bangalore. This is the first time any fashion magazine in India has done this. Indian fashion has never had it so good!
Style-wise, Harper’s BAZAAR India’s praise for fashion in movies can be seen in its visually spectacular fashion shoots with stunning faces from the world of cinema and exclusive interviews with iconic celebrities. The graceful actor Deepika Padukone talks about her closest friends in the film world, acting with Big B, and how she’s traditional at heart in this special issue. On the other hand, interestingly the talented Arjun Rampal tells Bazaar about his choice of roles, and why he doesn’t always like to take things seriously!
Harper’s BAZAAR India has created a loyal following among readers in India through its well-researched and artistically laid out articles on fashion, lifestyle, celebrities and of course personal style! Having successfully found the right balance between India-inspired content, features, and visual appeal, the magazine has steadily grown to become one of the most-loved fashion magazines in the country.
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