OF ART, FASHION AND ACADEMICS
India is a hub of crafts, culture and creativity, and this event in the Capital aimed at propagating talks about its evolution.
Last week, discussions on topics including start-ups, sustainability and textiles made up this symposium, helmed by the Luxury League, supported by Ministry of Textiles, Khadi and Village Industries Commission and the French embassy. A discussion, titled The Luxury Tree: A better understanding of the history of luxury & branding was curated by Sonal Kalra, national editor, entertainment and lifestyle, Hindustan Times, where fashion journalist Antigone
Schilling, stylist Catherine Baba and tech expert Rajiv
Makhni took part.
Artist Bharti Kher, politico-author Pawan K Varma, founder-designer Ritu Beri and Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog were among the prominent speakers.
Rajiv Makhni and Antigone Schilling Catherine Baba demonstrated the art of tying a turban
Alexandre and Veronique Ziegler
Monisha Bajaj and Amit Leppe
Umang Hutheesing and Bharti Kher
Pavan K Varma