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Archives: '17 Issue 02


September 07, 2017

Staying on-trend while being off the wall, luxury timepieces are becoming bolder, quirkier and so much more fun


Yarra Valley, Australia, Melbourne
June 30, 2017

Located in the north-east of Melbourne, the valley invites you into a transcendental world where every moment feels personally crafted by nature....


The Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
May 30, 2017

The Mandarin Oriental bustles in the heart of Central, with its outstanding restaurants, spa and business centre...


A Peranakan shophouse, Singapore

The city enthralls with unexpected sights and tastes, giving a wonderful twist to this gleaming metropolis...


Anjli Vyas, Bare Kitchen
May 17, 2017

Watch What You Eat With Anjli Vyas

Text by Zaral Shah. Photographs by Manasi Sawant

"The best way to lose weight is 80 per cent what you eat and 20 per cent exercise"


Divya Ranglani, Healthy Treats
May 16, 2017

Watch What You Eat With Divya Ranglani

Text by Zaral Shah. Photographs by Manasi Sawant

"When we create a good product combined with health benefits, it gives us a high”


Danya Dhanak, The India Edition
May 15, 2017

Watch What You Eat With Danya Dhanak

Text by Zaral Shah. Photographs by Prateek Patel

"I definitely think that eating consciously is the new cool"


Enigma, Luminous, Niana, luxury candles
May 10, 2017

Enigma and Luminous, the luxury candles from the brand's latest range, create a sense of warmth


Anushka Nadia Menon, Photographer

A Lesson In Experimental Dressing By Anushka Nadia Menon

Text by Saumya Sinha. Photographs by Rhea Gupte

The sartorial chameleon and seasoned photographer throws open her wardrobe as she schools us in avant-garde fashion...


Chef couple Shilarna Vaze and Christophe Perrin of Gaia Gourmet

Shilarna Vaze And Christophe Perrin Talk About Their Adventures With Food

Text by Tina Dastur. Photograph by Manasi Sawant. Make-Up and Hair by Shreya Suvarnkar

She’s Indian, he’s Swiss, and the duo serves up everything from Mexican, Maharashtrian and Japanese to Burmese and authentic French cuisine