36 Responses

  1. Venus at | | Reply

    A very striking cover…great work by the entire team,kudos!

  2. rhymes at | | Reply

    that sari is so lush,vibrant and so bengali..love it

  3. kasthuri at | | Reply

    Wow ! Stunning. This is one unforgetable cover…
    Love the saree (although you it looks like a regular well made kanjeevaram saree) and the nath and Shruthi wearing it all.

  4. nisha b at | | Reply

    Lust worthy sarees & jewelries. Shruthi looks like she’s half way yawning on the cover though.

  5. Neharika at | | Reply

    Not sure about love or like…but this is definitely interesting…

  6. Anon at | | Reply

    And I’m having a hard time looking past the white eye brow thingies…LOL
    Ok so I get it, its ART meets fashion and all but this is the only form of art they cud come up with for ALL the pics?
    If I scroll the page enuff to just cover the eyes and above – I love the purple saree with the tunic thingy and I especially love the last pic in the white and gold…all minus the white eye brow thingy I remind u LOL

  7. Amreen KC at | | Reply

    Love love lovE ! I rarely post comments, but love the weaves, and love shruti hassan in this photoshoot. She works it :))

  8. Wesha at | | Reply

    Oh my lord, ALL of this is going on my Pinterest board. SO freaking gorgeous!

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  10. sree at | | Reply

    She looks super gorgeous! Her makeup is really striking. The modern kanjeevaram sari look really suits her.

  11. Sneha at | | Reply

    Loved the cover photo, gorgeous gorgeous clothes. The cover stands out in a sea of dresses.

  12. sukh at | | Reply

    this truly is an attention grabbing, striking cover. quite a break from the monotony.

  13. slc at | | Reply

    I am drooling. Gorgeous, gorgeous clothes and jewelry. I am so envious. The cover is stunning and Shruti looks good.

  14. vettithanam at | | Reply

    wowie…. that blue saree is too good… shruti too is ravishing!

  15. KS at | | Reply

    the weaves are beautiful no doubt,, but that nose ring n white bridal makeup on forehead is making me ignore rest of the cover… both things r too in the face

  16. lush.green.pastures at | | Reply

    Damn that first pic and all that’s gone into its making: that sari and its gorge colour, that coat, that jewellery..it’s all come together so beautifully I want to cry (but am smiling).

  17. Mads at | | Reply

    OMG this is beyond gorgeous. Haven’t seen creative pictures like this in a long time… Kudos! Shruthi has the most perfect face and chiselled features!!

  18. Prep-y at | | Reply

    Shruti’s beauty comes across with this vibrant cover..love love the sari

  19. Roni at | | Reply

    wow…the silk weaves are to die for but Shruti is so expressionless !!!

  20. jasmine at | | Reply

    hahaha looks like all you people are not from India. Or Indians abroad. Coz these clothes seem so novel to you!! :) One of my friends from Tunisia was duped at a saree store here. They charged her 500 USD for a saree that would cost 500 INR :O … Anyway, the fusion here is so interesting, but the eyebrow thing is the deal breaker for me!

    1. slc at | | Reply

      What has your story got to do with the sarees shown here. If you’re trying to say that the blue saree (looks like a kanjeevaram to me) which Shruti is wearing costs 500 INR in India then pray tell me which store..I could send a family member to purchase it for me.

      1. Jazz at | | Reply

        Oh no, no. I didnt mean this one costs 500 INR. I was just trying to say that foreigners get duped here all the time coz they are so fascinated by Indian clothes.

    2. kasthuri at | | Reply

      I feel the same reading the comments. It looks like any other well made silk saree. Just that this one is striking because it looks like it has original gold jari and not synthetic ones that end up looking plastic.

      1. Ayesha at | | Reply

        This saree is from sarangi in chennai(says so in the caption) and you can check out there sarees online. I can tell you that saree costs about 40 000rs. Anyone saying they can pick up the same for 500rs obviously don’t know the difference in silk quality and zari ect.

    3. sanjukta at | | Reply

      i agree. The saris are like stuff you find at Nalli. What is so new about them?

      1. slc at | | Reply

        The point is does Nalli sell them for 500 INR. I guess not. Cos I can guarantee you that the store here in USA does not.

  21. Janani at | | Reply

    Fabulous from head to toe!! Love the look, the beautiful clothes and Shruti in them…

  22. vintagegirl at | | Reply

    Hatke and beautiful styling. Face designs are a creative take on the traditional. Well done.

  23. mk at | | Reply

    the sarees are obviously nice… but i hate everything else about the styling of this cover…trying too hard to be edgy

  24. filmigirl at | | Reply

    LOVE LOVE LOVE. shoot and Shruti. how gorgeous is she…

  25. Ritika at | | Reply

    Shruti Hasan on that swing is a very liberating view. The cover in saree seems more like a sign of the arrival of the Indian woman on the international fashion scene. Damn Neat work!

  26. sagar at | | Reply

    Love these fab looks !! and Shruti Hassan looks gorgeous.

  27. sanjukta at | | Reply

    the cover is trying too hard. Love the jacket, but that sari is a normal kanjeevaram. I dont see why I need a designer to put his tag on it! and honestly, it just doesnt go with the jacket or the look.

  28. resham12 at | | Reply

    Bazaar, please stop putting in you own loves! wo!, etc… its like a comedy.
    cant think of one bride whod want to look like a clown.

  29. Ayesha at | | Reply

    Hi p and p. credit should read harpers bazaar bride and not harpers bazaar. Two separate magazines:)

  30. Nirja at | | Reply

    too much to digest. should hv kept it a bit simple

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