South Asia’s fashion designers are fond of sending famous faces down the runway. But as Amazon India Fashion Week kicks off, how successful are these ‘celebrity showstoppers’ and can they backfire?
A bonanza awaits fashion entrepreneurs who can build bridges between India and Pakistan. But can business interests overcome a deeply troubled past?
On Thursday night, leading players from the Indian fashion community gathered in New Delhi to celebrate the country’s valuable contribution to the global fashion industry.
Yesterday, in Part 1, BoF’s editor-in-chief Imran Amed spoke to designers, show organisers, media executives and former brides to learn why weddings are such big business in India. Today, get to know the couture-level designers that cater to the top end of the country’s bridal market, the opportunities for international luxury brands and the forces set to shape the market in the years to come.
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Today we are delighted to bring you the first installment of India Inc., a regular column on the Indian luxury market by Bandana Tewari.
PARIS, France — Bandana Tewari has made a name for herself as one of the fashion industry's smartest commentators. As fashion features director of