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Harper’s Bazaar India presents exclusive split cover

08-November-2011
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Harper’s Bazaar India presents exclusive split cover

Harper’s Bazaar, the world’s oldest fashion magazine with 27 international editions, presents their November 2011 issue with quite a few exclusives – a split cover with Deepika Padukone on not one but two interesting and differently styled Bazaar cover shoots, and the annual Men’s Supplement with actor Arjun Rampal.

This is not the first time that Harper’s Bazaar has introduced some innovation in its cover design. Earlier, the magazine had the Swarovski Elements masthead for its launch issue, and the ‘tall’ issue that the magazine comes out with every March to celebrate its anniversary.

Split covers have been a big success internationally. These two special covers for the November issue of Bazaar are available in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bangalore.

Readers can also choose between which covers they like more by voting for their favourite at www.wonderwoman.in/bazaarpoll, and by doing so, they could win a prize.

 

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