Issue no. 9
In this issue, we are celebrating couture instead of relegating it unimportant. We are shifting focus away from one-time-wear garments to high-quality, handcrafted creations that can be treasured, repeated, and passed down through generations - because, in a world that's so fast-changing, these pieces of sartorial wonder are the only ones bearing any semblance to permanence. With us is our cover star, Mrunal Thakur, who embodies the spirit of a bride who is as new-age as she is a traditionalist.
The Empowerment Issue
As we welcome a new decade, it has become more important than ever to talk about subjects that are close to our hearts. And if fashion is a reflection of the current zeitgeist, there's no time like now to introduce the world to our 8th volume - The Empowerment Issue. Emblazoning our cover is Sania Mirza, who talks about balancing motherhood and making a comeback in tennis. Alongside her are 7 other women - Anita Dongre, Raja Kumari, and Garima Arora to name a few - each a heavy-hitter in their respective field who are also emblematic of the spirit of the new-age women we idolize. And while we are at it, we also threw in the latest trends in fashion that are worthy of deciding the contents of a modern woman's closet.
THE CELEBRATION ISSUE
Enjoy the trans-seasonal issue of the Aza Magazine that is dedicated to celebrating change. And who better to talk about paradigm shifts than our cover girl, Swara Bhasker, who is emblematic of this proverbial change in Bollywood. In a time when the industry is infamous for being cushy on star kids and those ranging from a privileged lineage, Swara proves how an ordinary girl arrived in the city of dreams in a Rajdhani Express and is conquering the industry, one meaningful role at a time.