5 reasons to pick up Vogue India’s January 2019 issue
Regardless of the year that just went by, January never fails to bring with it a blend of hopes and apprehensions for the future. It’s the month of self-growth and intentions, and Vogue India’s January 2019 issue promotes just that. Here, we shed light on the inspiring tales of women who are taking over their fields of choice, get into the details of fashion labels that promote body positivity, and even talk about the growing need to ensure that every girl receives a proper education. Plus, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, who can easily be touted as the celebrity who’s truly living her best life, lets us in on the details of their modern, digital-age love story in our cover feature. Read on for the five big highlights from Vogue India’s January 2019 issue.
Image: Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, January 2019
Get all the intel behind Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas’ contemporary romance, which is so much more than just another love story. Incorporating a journey that led to Hollywood, a relationship that began on the steps of the Met Gala, a plethora of dates all over the globe and a proposal that shut down a Tiffany store, this celebrity coupling was a melange of cultures and religions like none before it. Read all about it in our January 2019 cover story.
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Lisa Ray’s heartfelt memoir reminds us what most of us seem to forget about our lives—doing it all our own way. The Canadian actor, model and television host wanted children, but was diagnosed with a form of cancer in 2009 that hurtled her into premature menopause. Ray regales the labyrinthine surrogacy process—including two countries, three attempts and a whole lot of stress—she had to undertake for her kids, and shines light on what motherhood looks like at 46.
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Malala Yousafzai put the limelight on the bitter truth that refuses to be buried behind feminist T-shirts and hashtags—there are more than 130 million girls around the world who are out of school. As the Pakistani activist begins her second year at Oxford University, she states facts about the current status of these girls, the circumstances that prevent them from the right to an education, and the consequences this will have on our collective futures.
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If you’re one to flaunt your curves, our January issue not only gives you all the information you need on dressing and designing clothes for differently shaped and sized women, it brings you brands that solve all your sizing woes too. Take styling cues from hourglass-shaped personalities on highlighting your favourite body parts, in this all-inclusive, non-conforming, body positive read.
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This fierce, power-packed list of successful Indian women around the world is bound to leave you feeling inspired, and maybe even a little patriotic. Our issue features stories of overachieving women like Lilly Singh, Rupi Kaur, Charli XCX and more, who have not only excelled in their respective fields, but are also contributing in the betterment of our society. Ready for India to undertake global dominion?