The Harper's Bazaar India January-February 2014 editorial embraces the rich fabrics and exotic patterns of the Indian culture. In a way, it wouldn't be right if these textiles weren't present in the photoshoot. There is something utterly beautiful about celebrating such traditions while adapting them to modern times. Although the looks aren't traditional per se, they have a traditional vibe.
Shot on location in Calcutta by photographer Colston Julian, the Harper's Bazaar India January-February 2014 editorial stars model stars model Pavalli Singh. The dark-haired beauty was styled by fashion editor Krishna Dukhi, who worked with everything from polkadot pants to shiny jackets and sheer layers. The The backdrop of local sights really makes the colorful looks, which were perfected by beauty artist Kritika Gill, stand out.
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