Money Today Archive March 8, 2009 Issue

Edition: March 8, 2009

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Anumeha Chaturvedi


There’s plenty out there to entice you and your loved ones this March.
  • Skin deep Keeping your skin hydrated and clean is important in any weather.
  • Laptop face off The new Vaio versus the Macbook Air presents the age-old trade-off—useful versus sexy. (Isn’t it always that way?)
  • Amit’s bar When it comes to creating luxury furniture for the stupendously rich, the House of Raro leaves no stone unturned. Sanjiv Bhattacharya reports on a bar that raises the bar on ostentation.
  • Letter from the Editor
  • An Indian summer Anna Zegna, Image Director at Ermenegildo Zegna, speaks about the new Menswear line and its international ad campaign shot in Jaipur.
  • The Decemberist Paul McCartney is a Knight. He was also a Beatle. And in the final act of his long career, he has re-emerged as a fascinating recording artist.
  • Men in suits Something unprecedented is happening with superheroes. They’re getting a personality.
  • March 2009 What’s new and what’s happening this month.
  • The easy life Before the launch of the new Aman hotel in Delhi comes a book celebrating the group’s 20th birthday.
  • Shine a light A house becomes a home when it’s lit right. Amit Gupta, Director, Vis-a-Vis, throws some light on how to bring your house to life.
  • 10 Classic chairs A room is often defined by its furniture, especially chairs. Today, the humble chair stands at the forefront of design and adds just the right amount of chutzpah to any space. Don’t take our word for it, just check out these fabulous designs!
  • Design you home Litigation, divorce and armed security guards—there’s no limit to what can go wrong if you don’t choose your interior designer wisely. top interior decorator and artist, Pinakin Patel, offers some cautionary tips.
  • Raising the sail The most demanding sailing event in the world stopped by Kochi last year. Anamika Butalia went to find out what it takes to be a part of the action.
  • The first golfer
  • The mall and me You’ve heard of a weekend break within the city—nothing new there. But within a mall? Anumeha Chaturvedi reports.
  • Parvathy Omanakuttan 21 Each month, we ask a beautiful woman about men, sex and relationships. This month, Mumbai-based Parvathy Omanakuttan, first runner-up at the Miss World pageant, reveals that she’s not dating anyone at present because men aren’t brave enough to ask her out.
  • Appetite Featuring Tetsuma, Punjab Grill and F Bar and Kitchen.
  • Iced iced baby The controversial nightclub that spawned the Long Island Iced Tea may have faded away after its founder’s death in 2007, but the legacy promises to be around forever.
  • The books that shaped my llfe Every issue we ask a prominent businessman about the books that made them who they are today. This month: Sanjeev Bikhchandani, the founder of InfoEdge ( and
  • Gallery girl At 26, Roshini Vadehra is already one of the key figures in the art world. She knows her way around a Chinese menu, too.

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