It’s very important to encourage new talent: Simone TataApril 1st, 2008 - 5:48 pm ICT by admin
By Shweta Thakur
Mumbai, April 1 (IANS) Simone Tata, chairperson of Trent Ltd, which owns the retail chain store Westside, says that the country’s fashion industry is on the growth trajectory and it is very important to encourage budding talent. “The Indian fashion industry is doing well. Everyone wants to be fashionable today. And youngsters have pronounced it more,” Tata told IANS.
“When you look around, everything from a mobile phone to a washing machine is designed. It is becoming more professional as well. Since youth is the future of the country it is very important to encourage the talent latent in them,” she added.
The business honcho was at the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) to announce Westside’s association with emerging designers.
“With an endeavour to promote budding designers we will give some of them a platform to showcase their pr
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