The most beautiful woman in the world, India’s very own Aishwarya Rai Bachchan graced the cover of Vogue India along with American singer, songwriter, and producer Pharrell. The two were chosen to be on the cover because of the many hats they wear, which is why they represent the “boundary blurring appeal” of true global icons.

The talented duo was shot by Greg Swales for Vogue India and styled by celebrity designer Anita Shroff Adajania. They’ve blended pieces from high-end designers and traditional pieces with a little casual wear from Adidas and the results are serious goals.

Pharrell is rocking an outfit from his Holi inspired Adidas line and Rai Bachchan is wearing Gaurav Gupta’s Mosaic Blue Plisse Play Sculpture Couture dress.

These global icons teach us we are not worthy of the looks they are serving up. Look at how utterly cool and phenomenal they are.

Pharrell is dressed with pieces by Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Kunal Rawal, and Adidas. Only Pharrell can make a Sabyasachi kurta work with Adidas pants and sneakers.

It may still be snowing in spring but hot damn, these two are bringing the heat in these red-hot outfits by Adidas, Chanel, and Dior. Let’s not forget the details of this look, like Pharrell’s Lorraine Schwartz bracelets and Richard Mille watch.

The 80’s are back? Excuse me as I whip out my puffy turquoise jacket from my childhood.

The stunning queen dropped some dance moves at this photoshoot. Side note, totally feeling this Top Shop skirt.

Check out these cool kids in Adidas, Channel, Zara, Balmain, and Louboutin. They even make casual wear look fabulous. What does Rai Bachchan feel about fashion?

“You should have fun and enjoy fashion like art—bring a bit of yourself to it and work in tandem with the creative team,” Rai Bachchan told Vogue India.


Dressed in Louis Vuitton and Nicholas K, Pharrell and Rai Bachchan channel those boho vibes for the summer.

Rai Bachchan is currently working on “Fanney Khan” and Pharrell dropped his album “No One Ever Really Dies” that combines his work as an activist into his art. The April 2018 issue even delves into how Rai Bachchan manages motherhood and a career while Pharrell talks about being a feminist and championing female rights.

“I used to be scared of saying I’m a feminist because then someone would be like ‘oh then why did you have these lyrics’,” Pharrell told Vogue India. “But I am…because I believe in equality.”

With these two the work never ends and it is brilliant how fantastic they look along the way.

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