For the Destination Wedding Guide, Condé Nast Traveller India’s annual supplement complimentary with the Feb-March-April issue, the magazine collaborated with Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Featuring the latest OTT star and designer Masaba Gupta, this year the magazine showcases Sabyasachi’s latest Destination Wedding Edit and Sabyasachi’s heritage jewellery collection. Masaba will be modelling in a stunning wedding shoot who turned muse for Sabyasachi for the very first time. Depicting the palace turned hotel RAAS Devigarh, Udaipur nestled at the top of the Aravalli mountains in all its vibrant glory and showcasing the classic aesthetic of Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s collection will be shot by the prolific fashion and advertising photographer, Tarun Vishwa. The shoot was the perfect colourful amalgamation of all things Indian opulence and beauty, brimming in majestic landscapes and stunning floral extravaganza. Condé Nast Traveller India’s Instagram page exclusively unveiled the shoot. Previously in Seychelles and Sri Lanka, Condé Nast Traveller India and Sabyasachi shot the designer’s collections and this is the third in this series of collaborations.
Couples looking to make their dream weddings come to life have found this supplement just right. With the latest trends to inspire you, the stunning venues, the most scenic locations for the special day and with destination weddings becoming smaller in scale, celebrations have become intimate and couples have embraced it. Reflecting their unique style and personalised experiences with a limited guest list, the Destination Wedding Guide is a must-have for couples set to tie the knot in these unusual times. Along with tips and insider advice from real-life brides and grooms on planning a wedding in the new normal, the guide is also full of new ideas and trends from the experts in the business.
Divia Thani, Editor, Condé Nast Traveller India says, “We’re back with Condé Nast Traveller’s annual Destination Wedding Guide 2021 with our collaboration series between CNT and designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Our cover features Masaba Gupta, photographed at RAAS Devigarh by Tarun Vishwa. In the times of COVID-19, destination weddings today are more complicated to plan, and still, more popular than ever. In this new normal, we are seeing a new set of trends, with weddings become more intimate and detail-oriented, modern and personalized. Today’s wedding isn’t just about whom you love, it’s also about who you are and what you love—and celebrating and sharing all that is the most beautiful spot you can find. DWG 2021 is full of expert advice and insider tips from real couples, plus a listing of the best venues for weddings in India, the Middle East and the Maldives. It’s unmissable!”
The CNT Destination Wedding Guide 2021 is on stands soon, complimentary with the Feb-March-April issue. Click here to subscribe.