As Vogue India’s Editor-at-Large for 13 years, Bandana Tewari reported extensively about and experienced a rapidly evolving global fashion industry. Coupled with her unrestrained and independent voice, understanding of socio-political dynamics of fashion and trademark forward-thinking, she is considered one of India’s foremost fashion authorities.
Member of BoF500, Tewari has written extensively on a variety of topics from indigenous ‘made-by-hand’ economies of India and Indonesia, to LGBTQ representation in global fashion, informing and educating consumers and global luxury brands about heritage and culture. Her pieces have appeared in publications such as The New York Times, Wallpaper* and Tank. She sits on the advisory boards of NEST and Eco Chic Design Awards.