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It doesn’t take much for not heading out to buy some spectacular
us at Friday to go down baubles for Diwali (take your pick from
a nostalgia rabbit hole. the most dazzling ones in stores now,
Three of us in the team just as featured in our gorgeous photoshoot
spent a silly amount of time by Amrita Divecha on page48), you’re
talking about a bakery from probably lovingly pawing through a
home (that I have personally never even velvet-lined box full of gold, rubies and
visited). The conversation then morphed special memories. We would love to hear
into remembering record stores in our the tales behind those gems – share them
hometowns, and then the reading of with us in Story Tellers.
some rather biased Wikipedia pages. Do Two people who are not living in the
people in other countries – when they past are Manish Malhotra and Vineet
are in their home countries – waste time Bhatia, two incredible Indian creatives,
Two people who don’t live in the past: ManishMalhotraandVineetBhatia,both of whom appear in this week’s edition
Devinder Bains – in her second monthly column for Friday on page25
– asks about the benefits and negatives of the nostalgia epidemic that seems to afflict expatriates at a younger age than the general population. See if you agree.
Thinking about the good old days isn’t restricted to pies and vinyl, of course: Many of our possessions are imbued with memories – especially jewellery, which is so prevalent at this time of year. If you’re
both of whom appear in this week’s edition. Manish took fashion editor Lindsay Judge and photographer Aiza Castillo-Domingo backstage at his recent fashion show in Dubai (page38); amidst the acres of chiffon and sequins, he spoke about how this is one of the most exciting times in his career – and of the excitement that the future holds.
Vineet, as a chef, of course looks to the past for inspiration, but his sweet recipes on page64 are a showcase of modernity – without being at all gimmicky. Perfect for making some new memories. Happy Diwali!