While we werenít looking, 2012 turned out to be fashionís busiest year in a long time.
It all began with Vogue Indiaís absolutely amazing January cover girl ó Mehr Jesia Rampal. Forty-three year-old Rampal, Indiaís only supermodel, welcomed the year dressed as a Christian bride in Marchesa, looking every inch as fabulous, toned and taut, as she always has. Rampalís cover not only celebrates a gorgeous woman in her forties, it also bravely takes back the magazine covers from the Big Five of Bollywood ó Kareena Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Priyanka Chopra, Sonam Kapoor and Anushka Sharma.
In March, one of the fashionís world biggest recluses, Hedi Slimane, was offered to take over the Yves Saint Laurent label. Slimane, who had fronted Diorís menswear and made its slim suit an icon, famously upchucked fame and money for the life of quiet photographer and moved to California. His return made all the right noises. His debut collection was a modern retelling of Saint Laurentís biggest hits. But his online battle with the New York Timesí Cathy Horyn earned him some brickbats. Now the news is that YSLís team is asking him to move to France or simply buzz off.
It isnít Katrina, Sonam or Kareena. Kalki Koechlin becomes fashionís favourite muse. Right from Christian Dior to Sabyasachi, everyone wants a piece of this Indo-French delight. Koechlin has graced several magazine covers, but itís her impeccable appearances at
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