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Two magazines recently had leading men on the cover accompanied by models. Sidharth featured on the Maxim one this month in a suit from Arvind Store with Carla Dennis and Ninja Singh (both in Deme).

Ranbir wearing a Roberto Cavalli suit and Dior shirt featured on the Vogue issue last month with Gizele Oliveira (right of Ranbir) in Balmain and Ketholeno Kense in Fausto Puglisi.

Of course, the Vogue cover was a lot more striking and more so because of Ketholeno and Gizele. As for the Maxim, as much as we love Sidharth, it was quite a snooze.
Agree?

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Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

Anushka On Vogue:(Un)Covered

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In a cheery yellow Louis Vuitton, Anushka’s on the cover of Vogue’s latest issue.

Like Grazia, Vogue too took to the water. And like with Grazia, the jewelry is distracting to us. But maybe it’s just us! That said, it’s an arresting cover and that’s all that counts, yes?

You like the cover?

P.S: Since the runway image is NSFW, look inside for the unedited/uncensored image at your own discretion.

Left: Anushka Sharma For Vogue, July ’13
Right: Louis Vuitton Spring 2013

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Grazia’s March cover had Angela underwater in Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna separates and a Dior necklace. While Vogue put Priyanka on its cover in a Shivan and Narresh swimsuit and a Burberry cape. How do you think these covers stack up against each other?

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Left: Angela Jonsson For Grazia, March 2013
Right: Priyanka Chopra For Vogue, March 2013

Ashika On Vogue: (Un)Covered

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Love this cover! And how gorgeous does that burnt-orange Pucci gown look on Ashika? Can’t wait to see more of the editorial featuring the Kiwi model (of Indian origin).

Left: Emilio Pucci Spring 2011
Right: Ashika Pratt, Vogue India April 2011

Photo Credit: Style

Made In India

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Though we were delayed in posting about this, better now than… :)

This shoot styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania for Vogue showcasing the latest and greatest from Indian designers is an instant favorite; it couldn’t have been easy working with so many models and designers/varied designs and yet she’s done an impeccable job! Like the vibrancy of it.

For the entire spread in high res and more pics, go Here.

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Source, Vogue