‘HARPER’S BAZAAR BRIDE’
celebrates 2nd Anniversary !
Asilo, Hotel Palladium, Mumbai : Harper’s Bazaar Bride, launched in India in March 2014 by the India Today Group now celebrates its 2ndanniversary this February. And bringing in another big year of fabulous weddings and fashion was the magazine’s anniversary party at Asilo, The St. Regis Mumbai, one of Mumbai most glamorous rooftop destination. A night full of revelry and glitz, in attendance were glitterati from the film and fashion fraternity of the country.
Seen at the party were Kalli Purie (Group Editorial Director, new media and broadcast, India Today Group), Sanjay Thapar (CEO, LMI-Hearst JV), India Today Group), Yuvraj Singh, Amy Jackson, Hazel Keech, Sophie Choudry, Sonal Chauhan, Waluscha DeSousa, Amyra Dastur, Zayed Khan, Ashmit Patel, Pernia Qureshi, Falguni and Shane Peacock, Neeta Lulla Nishka Lulla Mehra, Nachiket Barve, Mayyur R Girotra, Swapnil Shinde, Nikhil Thampi, Ira Dubey, Kalyani Saha, Vandana Mohan, Atul Kasbekar, Prasad Naik, and R Burman amongst many others who congratulated the magazine on this important milestone. With Aspiri as celebration partner, the cocktail event was one of sartorial style and elegance.
Harper’s Bazaar Bride has indeed become the go-to magazine in the country for young, contemporary brides and the luxury wedding sector, and as it embraces another year of absolute indulgence, Editor Nupur Mehta Puri outlines, “It has been quite the journey, and the next step is to make a mark in the digital space as well. We have projects already in the pipeline for Harper’s Bazaar Bride to branch out from print solely to a wider digital medium.” Another important milestone achieved this year is that the magazine now is distributed in the UK. “We also aim at a more international receptivity in the market. Distribution in UK was a natural first step because of the strong NRI community. Next up is another large wedding expo at an international destination.”
The third year will bring forth more specialized luxury wedding content, while the primary focus of the magazine will still remain the same. From Indian to international couturiers to top experts from the wedding planning business, Harper’s Bazaar Bride continues to be well received by the fashion and luxury fraternity across the globe.