Giving B-town’s celebs a miss, Vogue India ushers a NEW ERA with Head of Editorial Content, Megha Kapoor’s first ‘Reset’ issue ft model-activist Zinnia Kumar & designer Supriya Lele
New year, new beginnings. Starting 2022 on a banger note, Vogue India’s January issue manages to please everyone with a refreshing change. Called Reset, this edition skips the regular B-townies giving all attention and limelight to the personalities who matter. In this case, CIEEM Ecologist, model, scientist and coverstar of the season- Zinnia Kumar along with British-based Indian designer Supriya Lele. With new the Head of Editorial Content, Megha Kapoor at the helm, Vogue ushers in a new era indeed!
Dressed in a green cut-out dress from Supriya’s LFW spring/summer 2022 collection, Zinnia exhibits sensuality, elegance and feminity in a ruffled halterneck dress. Keeping her look understated with subtle glam, the diva accessorized her outfit with delicate golden hoops and bracelets.
Check out some other stills from the magazine shoot where she flaunted Supriya’s other stunning creation. The environmental activist-cum-model also spoke about colorism and equal opportunities for Indian models in the global fashion fraternity.
Refreshing as it comes, many influencers lauded Vogue for its path-breaking cover. Sisters Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and Rhea Kapoor, social media personality Diipa Buller Khosla and fashion police Diet Sabya commended Megha’s job of bringing the right change to the Vogue’s issue.
Netizens too expressed content and satisfaction for skipping Bollywood actors and actresses for once and keeping the focus on people who needed to be highlighted. Check it out:
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(Source- Vogue India)