High Tea & High Fashion

October 2012
India Today;10/15/2012, p28
The article reports on the parties and fashionable gatherings hosted by notable women in India, including the gathering at the Melange store of Sangita Kathiwada in Mumbai, the store launch of British men's wear luxury brand Hackett London hosted by Rima Mehra and Vidushi Mehra, the wives of designers Shantanu and Nikhil, and the gathering of the friends of Vu Technologies Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Devita Saraf for a shopping spree at a luxury store.


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