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  1. Sharin at | | Reply

    So I might reveal how little I know about fashion by asking this but… the dress that Sonam is wearing.. is that like unavailable to buy? Is the dress on the right the only version of the dress that is made for the public :S? Cover is blah.

    1. AH at | | Reply

      its the same dress .Sonams just wearing a vest on top.

  2. Kimmy at | | Reply

    Sonam always looks great- and I love her necklace! Can’t wait to see the spread.

    And HHC, it’s been so looong! I got a new job and I haven’t been around since August…you know it’s been too long if you left when Priyanka had major hair issues, and when you come back, she’s fab! Ahh! Well ladies, it’s good to be back! <3

  3. Anu at | | Reply

    She actually looks prettier and carries the dress better than the model (Albeit a slight variation)
    Love Sonam!

  4. SS at | | Reply

    They take the most fashionable young actress in Bollywood, style her uncreatively (from what I can see), and then put a borderline-unflattering picture of her on the cover; I’ve usually stood up for and appreciated Vogue India’s covers, but this – or what I can see of it – is truly a disappointment; hopefully a clearer, larger look will prove me wrong. Otherwise, I pray that the spread inside is absolutely fantastic.

  5. ariel001 at | | Reply

    This isnt cover worthy in my opinion.
    Will you guys be posting Priyanka Chopra’s Verve December 2009 shoot. Its one of her best till date along side her Ferragamo shoot earlier this year. In her Verve shoot she wears Louis Vuitton Fall 2009.

    1. Chocolate Martini at | | Reply

      I second that :)

      1. hira at | | Reply

        was just about to ask the same thing!!!

  6. Hans at | | Reply

    Personally I like her face and all that except may be her figure..!!!I dnt feel that the dress luks much better on her..!!!There is sth abt her waist and the lower part!!!

  7. T at | | Reply

    Hey P&P just want to thank you for the lovely spread of fashion all through 2009. Wishin u two the very best for the next yr.

    Also i hope u do a best and worst of 2009 to wrap up this yr.

  8. tanya at | | Reply

    she looks really beautiful. i really think her face is extremely gorgeous. evn the dress looks bettr on her thn on the model

    1. Mridula at | | Reply

      Hey Tanya i agree with you.,,though the dress on the model is a bit different than Sonam’s,, but I beleive Sonam is a fresh face and the next B’town super duper star !

      1. jasmeet at | | Reply

        ABSOLUTELY agree with you mridula/tanya! just love this girl

  9. diptiN at | | Reply

    she looks great, love the big hair and cherry necklace, but I am not a fan of slip dresses, would have preferred if she had worn the dress on the model. Looking forward to seeing the whole spread

  10. nalini at | | Reply

    i dont even like sonam that much, but i must admit, she looks beautiful and the cover looks fabulous

  11. Mim at | | Reply

    Her body looks strangely thin and way too narrow. :-S

  12. Purva at | | Reply

    Sonam can look much much better…dont like her make up or the dress or the spread too much…strictly OK…

  13. Ish at | | Reply

    She looks amazing! Perfect hair and makeup, wears the clothes well, fabulous.

  14. Uzair at | | Reply

    Whoa! I’ve been waiting for this and thankfully, Vogue India did not disappoint this time. Yay :D

  15. Chocolate Martini at | | Reply

    I’m sorry but there is NOTHING designer about the dress on the right: the print/ material is tacky, the silhoutte is unremarkable and the fit is bad.

    Now, if this had been part of an Indian designer’s label the comments would have ripped the outfit to shreds, but no one here is criticizing it because it’s part of an international designer’s collection ( which is a trend I’ve noticed on this site)

    No offense but I find Roberto Cavalli’s clothes completely tawdry: he hardly gets out of his cheap-animal-print comfort zone and his clothes are somehow always the opposite of Elegant (I mean he even makes a godess like Sushmita Sen look baaaad).

    1. Stuti at | | Reply

      Seconded. Roberto Cavalli is mostly uninspired. I like some of his jewelry and accessories, but thats it. Most of his designs are animal print, and OTT.

    2. sp at | | Reply

      I agree … his clothes are disappointing!! But i have to say that Sonam does make them look better that they would on any other model!! Atleast in the 1st 2 pis …the last pic looke very dates with the hair and all .. circa 2001 !

      1. SK at | | Reply

        FINALLY!!!
        cavalli’s inpirational days are looooong over! i can buy that blue animal print dress for $20 in target… even before cavalli designed it!

  16. Chocolate Martini at | | Reply

    Also, I think it’s ironic that the top-left of the cover says from “Sonam Kapoor: 90 kilos to perfect 10″ and then on the right it says” Real women reveal what works from size XS to XL ” :)

    1. KS at | | Reply

      wow that was great spotting,clever! so true..

    2. Sparkle at | | Reply

      agreed…very hypocritical

  17. Orchee at | | Reply

    ‘From 90 Kilos to Perfect 10′ as a coverline. With such clever, witty writing Im sure Vogue India is making Vogue the brand proud. Need I refer to the year long uninspiring, insipid covers to prove my point?
    Sonam looks great and Im a fan. Its Vogue that continues to disappoint.

  18. shriya at | | Reply

    sonam looks really good as usual but she can look better. i’m looking forward to seeing her outfits in her new film.

  19. Saya at | | Reply

    Sonam wears this print much better than the model.But wish they did’nt photoshop her face. It lets out a wicked tone particularly with that big black hair.

  20. ashbaby at | | Reply

    I think she looks amazing!!!! Great hair….

  21. bluuz at | | Reply

    her expression looks a lil spooky to me…

  22. Laveena at | | Reply

    The hair looks bad, very bad, and why she wear that shirt like a stole? And what’s with the chunky ring? Her face looks pretty, pity it could not all come together right.

  23. Anu at | | Reply

    Oh this should have been better. Something is off about her face. She looks drunk or at least very sleepy.
    And speaking about the issue, now Vogue will give us the magic mantra to priyanka’s waist, deepika’s legs and malaika’s butt.

  24. Ani at | | Reply

    I’m totally in love with her….she’s got a I-D-O-N-T-C-A-R-E-4-A-P-E-N-N-Y Attitude…she looks fab…& i was waiting 4 her to capture the cover of Vogue…hope the inside pages are even more beautiful & fashionable…wat a gr8 way 2 start the year 2010 !

  25. Stuti at | | Reply

    I love the version on the model. It’s beautiful, and more wearable because of the material. I think the cover is very meh, Sonam is gorgeous ofcourse, but Vogue India really needs to step up it’s game.
    I actually feel sorry for Vogue India, it is so sad and uninspired. Look at the articles ” How to get Priyanka’s waist…” or “The Shape Issue…”.
    Seriously, fashion is fun, don’t make it insipid, Priya Tanna and team!

    1. KS at | | Reply

      Hahaaa i am not the only one who found that cheesy ..Thank god!

    2. shriya at | | Reply

      i find the indian harpers much better than vogue

      1. Stuti at | | Reply

        Oh yes, atleast Harper’s got content. :|
        And KS: Vogue India is ALWAYS cheesy, and contrived.

      2. Chocolate Martini at | | Reply

        Harpers, L’Officiel and Verve India all have good fashion editorials, it’s really sad because India does have good stylists and editors it’s just that the Vogue India doesn’t employ any of them.

        I still don’t understand the logic behind Priya Tanna being Editor-in-chief, I mean her fashion exposure pre-Vogue is pretty much negligible. I mean she edited Femina and DNA’s style supplement which is hardly ‘fashion’ in the sense that the Vogue is.

        And to make things worse? She wore a horrid transparent blue Manish Malhothra sari with a gold corset blouse to hobnob with Anna Wintour at Milan Fashion Week *shudder*

        And as for the bollywoodization of the Vogue? The reason’s pretty obvious, the fashion director Anaita Shroff is a bollywood stylist!!!!

        1. Anu at | | Reply

          “…And to make things worse? She wore a horrid transparent blue Manish Malhothra sari with a gold corset blouse to hobnob with Anna Wintour at Milan Fashion Week *shudder* ”

          …yup, while Anna was in Prada. Anna looked the part of Vogue’s top woman, while Priya….mmmm….Manish Malhotra…mmm….

  26. Nida at | | Reply

    Is it just me or does Sonam’s face looks completely different. Maybe the way it was captured? I love the big hair. Which is highly ironic because when bwood beauts are featured on covers I always hate the cliche’ big Bollywood hair, but it’s refreshing on Sonam.

  27. KS at | | Reply

    They haven’t done justice to Sonam..they havent! You have a girl who loves fashion is well dressed and has excellent face and features to work with and you end up with a cover like that. Iam sure the spread inside would be much better..iam sure!

  28. lin at | | Reply

    Love Love Love….Don’t usually like Cavalli prints (cough…Sushmita…cough) …But Sonam is stunning.

  29. sania chaudhri at | | Reply

    very disappointing cover!
    c’mon people of all the dresses??seriously?Why are we so obsessed with gracing our magazines with cavallis and armanis with such a tremendous amount of Indian talent.kat in chanel,preity in dolce,kareena in Dior,Gauri in Jenny Packham..the list goes on…
    Sonam in Cavalli…..very unimaginative.

    1. SK at | | Reply

      i agree… somehow the indian designer is being snubbed by vogue.
      also i wonder if vogue india wud ever have the confidence to feature and promote off beat trends / underground popular looks… and not just commercial stuff…

  30. hhc-addict at | | Reply

    Ummm… she looks good no doubt (but she always does). But expected more from a Vogue cover – nothing outstanding and I think she is photo shopped a bit much.

  31. Priya at | | Reply

    just love this girl. her face is so stunning tht its hard to look at the dress or anything else.

  32. shruti at | | Reply

    For the first time i did not like any of sonam’s picture. Neck up she looks good but can’t say the same for the rest. Not at all impressed with the clothes. The second pic. is a very badly shot. It’s making her ass /thighs look really big.

    1. KT at | | Reply

      all i could see in second pic was how tiny her waist looks :)

  33. wiwi at | | Reply

    the girl is

  34. Shivani at | | Reply

    I love sonam, but I am disappointed with this cover/photo spread. They could have done so much better with her. Her Harper Bazaar cover is miles ahead of this one. not impressed.

  35. SK at | | Reply

    sonam kapoor totally saved the cover AND the dress…
    yay for our desi girl saving a bidesi designer!!!

  36. neetu singh at | | Reply

    shes pretty…i like her

  37. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I am not a fan of Roberto Cavalli. I liked maybe three of his dresses this year, and Sonam isn’t wearing any of them. The photoshoot is blah, Sonam looks good but it’s just not creative. Or interesting.
    I’m getting tired of this type of extremely airbrushed photography.

  38. Bella at | | Reply

    Dull & DRAb

  39. umema at | | Reply

    she is looking so beautiful…this girl know how to do modeling

  40. SS at | | Reply

    In Vogue India’s defense, I’ve liked many of their covers, and they’ve taken some very admirable decisions – for example, putting a gorgeous, not-waifish actress like Tabu on the cover and doing the “supermodels through the ages” cover. As for putting film stars on the cover, American Vogue does that even more often, and some of them are seen time and again (Sienna Miller and Nicole Kidman, you know I’m talking about you! :p). Moreover, the covers often feature close-up shots with very little attention paid to the clothes. French vogue of course is notoriously racist, to the extent that it didn’t feature Chanel Iman or any black model in its supermodel issue and instead put a white model in blackface. Italian Vogue is understandably fabulous, Milan being the fashion Mecca, but even the powers at Italian Vogue can’t resist putting Rihanna in bondage gear on its cover. Vogue India is making baby steps – it’ll hit its stride soon, hopefully. However, I do agree that Grazia, Veve et al have more cutting-edge covers, but some of the Vogue covers (both of Kareena’s, the Tabu cover) have been pretty smashing. :)

    1. Chocolate Martini at | | Reply

      I agree, Vogue India is actually better than a lot of the older Vogue’s like Brazil and Germany, but I just think that their choices for fashion director and editor-in-chief could have been a lot better

      1. Patricia at | | Reply

        IMHO Harper’s team of Kavita / Sujata and Verve’s Nisha are miles ahead of Anaita / Priya

    2. KS at | | Reply

      Honestly i dont care about the covers you mentioned they were just about okay to me.rather it was the cover with Laksmi Menon which caught my attention which i guess was way long back before the bolly brigade started hitting the covers(which i think is a strategic move on Vogue’s part).
      I think by far the Laksmi Menon cover and spread was great. Rest all are meh!

      1. KS at | | Reply

        The cover i mentioned was April or May 2008.

  41. luna at | | Reply

    The hair looks like she is wearing a wig.. :P

  42. ena at | | Reply

    She’s looked better, and does so even on the inside pages. the cover tooks blah, esp the hair

  43. karisma at | | Reply

    hey p&p

    i just wanted to tell you guys that the other day i was watching katrina on B4U and she mentioned your website….i tried fiding that online but no luck , if i do.. i will sure forward it…

  44. sania chaudhri at | | Reply

    @pdaervo agree once again.
    very few nice cavallis around and those arent one of them.Too airbrushed and uninspiring!

  45. a123 at | | Reply

    Seen better of her

    Any how either Priyanka or Deepika wore something like this or possed liked her…People would just not stop commenting on how they can do better!

  46. Nita at | | Reply

    sonam has a very good looking face

  47. Pooja at | | Reply

    Awwww! Neck up, she looks fab! (thanks to the make-up artiste) But neck down, what really happened to the youngest fashion diva?? Have you lost your stylist somewhere?!

  48. lazyU at | | Reply

    She sure is working the drab clothes.. Just look at her and the model in the resort picture.. world of a difference

  49. neha at | | Reply

    not what i imagined sonam’s first shoot with vogue to be like … pretty ordinary fare ….

    one thing, the dress the model is wearing is just a simple giraffe print but the shoot version is a bit different …Its not clear in this pic but i saw scans of the mag on the net
    ……. the dress is actually ripped in places giving it a different and more edgy feel.

  50. Nita at | | Reply

    she is lokking FABULOUS. i really like 3rd, 5th and 6th. Thanks payal/priyanka, u guys rock. BTW its not just katrina that talks about your website, Sonam Kapoor thinks tht ur doing a fab job. she said in an interview on her web forum

  51. suza at | | Reply

    she looks so pretty n her shots are FAB

  52. Antonia at | | Reply

    LOVE IT ALL
    My fave look are the blue, white & black zebra pants.

  53. Shweta at | | Reply

    The cover demands a second glance! and then it loses its charm.. the body language is odd.. Sonam’s right hand looks misplaced. She looks stunning but her right hand on the shoulder makes her look spastic!

  54. Rushil at | | Reply

    roberto cavalli should take sonam to model these clothes rather than these stick-thin drab models! she carries them off like a bomb!

  55. Sasha at | | Reply

    agree about the hand! does look spastic-ally placed but she does have sex appeal and she does look lust worthy here!

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