Flippin’ Through Magazines: Vicky Kaushal keeps it sexy on The Peacock Magazine’s latest issue, Mrunal Thakur takes over High on Persona's April edition
Hello Peeping Moon squad! We are here to present to you the updates of the April/May/June issues of some of our favourite glossy covers with Flippin’ Through Magazines, and how our tinsel townies have set the pages on fire with these editions!
Actor Aparshakti Khurana gave effortlessly casual a new meaning on the cover of the Grazia Magazine. Styled by Pasham Alwani, Aparshakti modeled a deep grey knit t-shirt by Zegna, a pair of tapered linen trousers by Dhruv Kapoor, and his signature look, a pair of Chrome Hearts sunglasses by Kapoor Optical Company.
In the other shots, the actor stuck with the knit clothing theme by modeling a cream knit sweater by Zegna, a matching pair of trousers by Philocaly, a pair of Chuck ‘70’s classic shoes by Converse for the first shot, and a woolen polo tee by Massimo Dutti, a pair of knitted vest and trousers, both by Zegna, for the second shot.
‘The girl with the Midas touch’, as captioned by High On Persona Magazine, Mrunal Thakur looked flawless in the black and white photoshoot with the magazine. Styled in a deep neck blazer and loosely tied hair, this beauty set the magazine covers on fire with the intense yet subtle look in her eye.
Our favourite uniformed man on-screen looked gorgeous in his cover picture for The Peacock. The dashing actor was styled by Nupur Mehta, looking dapper in his green detailed suit and silk shirt by Falguni Shane Peacock.
For his other shorts, he continued to be dressed to kill in Falguni Shane Peacock’s various other suave designs. Throughout the entire shoot, he was styled in Louboutin shoes, FSP and Curio Cottage Jewelry, and watches by Time Avenue.
Check out some other shots of this hottie from this stunning shoot right here:
Singer, songwriter, and mental health activist Ananya Birla was styled by Priyanka Kapadia Badani for Vogue. She looked sharp in her navy-blue long jacket, trousers, and bra top by Celine and earrings by Alexander McQueen. Her hair was flowy and open, giving her an untamed and free look.
In another shot, she continued the theme of casual suits, with a peachy-pink puff-sleeved jacket and trousers by Cinq a Sept, ‘Platine’ sneakers by Veja and a necklace by Laura Lombardi.
For some other shots, the singer continued to have fun with her style and space.
Not all, however, were happy by Ananya Birla being the cover face of Vogue’s newest issue. Many readers expressed dissatisfaction towards her being the cover after two progressive and important covers of the magazine, criticized the space being given to an artist from a privileged background. This led to some backlash on the magazine.
(Source- Grazia India, High on Person Magazine, The Peacock, Vogue)