Deepali Nandwani

Deepali Nandwani, former Editor in chief, Mediascope - NewBase Content, has spent 25 years in the world of journalism, and keenly tracks the global luxury industry.

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By : Deepali Nandwani | November 25, 2020

LuxuryNext presents an exclusive on Digital Fashion Shows and Multi-Dimensional Fashion Films. Deepali Nandwani in conversation with Indian designers Tarun Tahiliani and Rahul Mishra, as well as Jaspreet Chandok, Head – Lifestyle Businesses, IMG Reliance (which hosts LFW), about the future of digital fashion.


By : Deepali Nandwani | January 15, 2019

There has been a buzz about it opening in the bay city for the past three years. It opened its chic doors to Mumbaikars in December 2018. Soho House Mumbai, the global private members’ club-cum-hotel’s India iteration also happens to be its first in Asia.


By : Deepali Nandwani | December 31, 2018

There are several trends that emerged in late 2018, trends that are likely to face the change of the luxury industry. Luxury went online with a vengeance. Luxury also got far more sustainable. And much more individualistic. Here are some trends that will find resonance in 2019 in a rather big way.


By : Deepali Nandwani | October 9, 2018

As private members’ clubs in India go, Bangalore’s BLVD is perhaps the most exclusive of them all.


By : Deepali Nandwani | September 20, 2018

Luxury brands destroy millions of dollars-worth stocks to deal with a thriving grey market and the fear of losing the exclusivity tag. They have also been accused of continuing to cruelly use fur in their collections. But now brands such as Burberry have announced that they are going sustainable and are seeking help in their attempts to do so.


By : Deepali Nandwani | July 16, 2018

One hundred and forty-three-years-ago, Monsieur Pertuiset inaugurated his chocolaterie at Rue du Rhône in Geneva. Named Du Rhône, in obvious reference to the location, the luxury Swiss chocolatier soon became the chocolatier of choice for celebrities like Winston Churchill and J.F. Kennedy.