Fashion Director, Vogue India
The fashion stylist and costumier has won awards for her vibrant looks and has lent a glossy sheen to Bollywood styling.
Designer, Anamika Khanna
Known as the ‘designers’ designer,’ she blends traditional Indian textiles and techniques with Western silhouettes and tailoring.
One of India’s most respected young designers, Arora is the creative mind behind the internationally stocked sustainable label Péro.
The founder of one of India’s most established fashion houses has achieved international acclaim and dressed some of the world's most influential figures, from Hillary Clinton to Kim Kardashian.
Her insightful commentary informs and educates Indian consumers and global luxury brands alike about each others’ heritage and culture.
Co-Founders, Le Mill
They brought a pared-back European aesthetic to affluent Mumbai shoppers with their multi-brand home and fashion lifestyle stores.
Designer, Manish Arora
With rich colour palettes and theatrical elements, Arora was among the first Indian designers to enter the global market.
Designer, Manish Malhotra
The Bollywood favourite made his name as a costume designer, and hit a new milestone with a new Delhi store and record turnover.
An engineer by training, the Indian model has blossomed into an international star after winning a regional contest.
The Bollywood actress is known throughout the global fashion industry for her memorable red-carpet appearances and projects with key players such as Edward Enninful.
Designer, Rahul Mishra
The first Indian to win the Woolmark Prize, the spiritual designer is known for his use and support of traditional Indian handcrafts.
An industry darling in his native India, he has a thriving bridal business and blends traditional textiles with modern design.
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