Bandana Tewari: Featuring Vogue India’s Guru

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No sooner had posted my own thoughts on the future of Indian fashion, that I began seeing other interesting perspectives which have emerged in other online fashion media over the past week on India’s luxury goods and fashion industry. Clearly, Indian fashion is on fire. Much of the content is infused with the intelligent musings of Bandana Tewari, who is also the newly named Fashion Features Editor of Vogue India and has become a good friend since we met back at London Fashion Week in February 2006.

The most recent JC Report focuses on India, covering Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week in Delhi and Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai. The highlight for me was an insightful interview conducted by global fashion guru Jason Campbell (the JC of JC Report) who speaks to  Bandana Tewari,  who is equally guru like in her knowledge of the Indian Fashion scene. You could call it the meeting of the gurus.

Bandana also features as part of an interesting dive into Indian fashion aesthetic at luxuryculture.com. There is also a fascinating interview with India’s minister for Commerce and Industry, Shri Kamal Nath, who provides a detailed look inside some of the drivers of Indian wealth and how the luxury goods industry is shaping up. If you want to get your head around the dizzying growth of Fashion and Luxury in India, this article is a must read.

[The picture above is snapped in Bandana's hotel room at Delhi Fashion Week, when Bandana kindly ordered us some room service after an exhausting day full of shows.]

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6 comments

  1. I read your article on the Fashion and Luxury in India. It is really nice work on this topic.

  2. fantastic work!!

    sona tewari from Potts Point, New South Wales, Australia
  3. interesitng post. also check what taru bahl has to say on mint’s blog. she talks of how proteges and those who are born into fashion families have it relatively easier than those who slog paingfully for an entire lifetime. she makes a refernce to ritu kumar and her son amrish kumar whose collection was showcased at the wifw. good read

  4. truely praiseworthy!

    srijana sharma from Mumbai, Mahārāshtra, India