To commemorate Vogue India's tenth anniversary, writers interpret through fiction, non-fiction, illustrated essays and poetry the art of dressing and even undressing. Style, fashion, fabric and clothes, merge with nostalgia, economics, love and sex in this collection of short works. From tracing the origins of the humble undershirt, the 'banyan', in India to Frida Kahlo claiming agency through the femininity of Tehuana costuming, or the complex politics of the burka alongside the plight of cotton farmers in times of fast fashion - the anthology stitches together a rich fabric to remind us that a dress is more than just a dress. Bringing together some of the finest voices of our generation, from both India and elsewhere, this is a must have collector's edition
Edited by Vogue India. Contributors include: Abeer Y. Hoque; Amitav Ghosh; Chandrahas Choudhury; Divia Thani; Janice Pariat; Jhumpa Lahiri; Kanishk Tharoor; Kyung-Sook Shin; Manu Joseph; Meena Kandasamy; Molly Crabapple; Moni Mohsin; Plum Sykes; Rosalyn D'mello; Samanth Subramanian; Tishani Doshi; Vayu Naidu; Vladimir Lucien
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