Vogue India's Most Stylish Indian Women in the World

When Vogue India calls to put you in the pages of their magazine, you answer and say yes to whatever they want to do. For their annual "Most Stylish Indian Women in the World," Phil Oh and I headed to the west side of Manhattan to walk and talk in the rain. Nothing staged or over dramatic, just a quick walk to my office with one of the best photographers in the country! 

Hitha Herzog in a floral purple dress and patent Louboutins. Copy reads: Hitha Prabhakar, 34, New York Retail Analyst and On-air Correspondent. New Mexico and New York are a long way from each other, both physically and sartorially. The daughter of doctors, Prabhakar grew up in the open spaces of the desert and now lives in New York's concrete jungle, but it's her Indian roots that have influenced her look. "I'm not afraid of jewel tones and bold prints, and on-air I always wear something vibrant. I'm also obsessed with sparkly jewelry from Tom Binns Design and Iosselliari." The dichotomy between her childhood home and her new city runs through her wardrobe—"I'm like 70s housewife-meets-punk-rocker; think Sid and Nancy (1986) meets The Love Story (1970) meets The Graduate (1967)." Shopping haunts: The Brooklyn Flea Market and the Meatpacking District.

Hitha Herzog in a floral purple dress and patent Louboutins. Copy reads: Hitha Prabhakar, 34, New York Retail Analyst and On-air Correspondent. New Mexico and New York are a long way from each other, both physically and sartorially. The daughter of doctors, Prabhakar grew up in the open spaces of the desert and now lives in New York's concrete jungle, but it's her Indian roots that have influenced her look. "I'm not afraid of jewel tones and bold prints, and on-air I always wear something vibrant. I'm also obsessed with sparkly jewelry from Tom Binns Design and Iosselliari." The dichotomy between her childhood home and her new city runs through her wardrobe—"I'm like 70s housewife-meets-punk-rocker; think Sid and Nancy (1986) meets The Love Story (1970) meets The Graduate (1967)." Shopping haunts: The Brooklyn Flea Market and the Meatpacking District.