The Luxury League
The Luxury League is a global foundation established to promote the concept of luxury and to create an environment conducive to creative thinking. It is a Not-For-Profit Foundation of prominent Luxury brands that aims at strengthening the influence of India in the Global Luxury industry. The League epitomizes the spirit of global creativity, perpetuates traditional artisan skills and subtly sustains the element of fantasy that Indian luxury has always inspired.
The Luxury Symposium 2019
The Luxury Symposium 2018
The Luxury Symposium 2018 is a consortium of decision makers, Government, artisans, craftsmen, corporate global brands as well as consumers – on the same platform to reimagine the connotations of luxury in an Indian context.
The Luxury Symposium 2017
“My desire is to open the Indian doors to luxury brands from various countries and to strengthen the voice of India abroad – the idea is to create an increased pool of knowledge and competence. It is an alliance of tradition and modernity, expertise and creativity, history and innovation. Indian luxury is the envy of the world ; it owes its success to an admirable pool of talent. This talent is our treasure that we need to nurture & protect”.
Founder, Ritu Beri
The main goal of The Luxury League is to promote dynamism, creativity and innovation in the luxury industry. It aims at creating a consortium internationally by targeting decision makers, luxury brands, designers and the consumers.
Backed by a very diverse Membership, The Luxury League serves as a standard bearer for Indian style and it’s values to create greater understanding in different sectors, supported by world class knowledge, information, infrastructure and technology.
TLL offers a forum for forward planning and exchange of the best Indian and global talents.The purpose being to showcase the creativity of it’s Members and attract attention to them in the artistic scene globally, through creative interactions and dynamic networking.
TLL stages global events, representing India abroad thus creating close ties between Luxury and Culture. The mission is to support development of design thinking in various sectors like perfumes, homes, fashion, handlooms etc. where Creativity and Beauty can enhance the experience and create productivity.
Aiming to guarantee the development of its members’ businesses, The Luxury League was created to foster an atmosphere favorable to creative problem solving, through dynamism, innovation and creativity has established itself as a preferred interlocutor with governmental authorities in India and across the rest of the globe.
The idea is to also support Indian training programs by working with schools of design and applied arts. In doing so, it helps expose tomorrow’s designers to the real concept of luxury. The Luxury League also holds Young Designers Competition.
Ritu Beri Designs
Designs with Luxurious Fabrics
Womenswear designer Ritu Beri launched her latest collection, ‘The Naga Narrative’, on the runway at the 34th Surajkund International Crafts Mela in New Delhi on February 7, in collaboration with Tribes India.
The Naga Narrative by Ritu Beri Designs
Blessed Hearts Foundation
Blessed Hearts Foundation is a charity for Children created in November 2008 with the intention to improve and uplift the condition of the less fortunate children in India, from providing education, nourishment and healthcare support, thus better the future for the children of India. The foundation now works to support Autism awareness & effective treatment initiation as its primary objective.
- To improve and uplift the condition of the less fortunate children in all ways possible.
- To mainstream children from street to school life: Children are also provided access to primary and secondary schools.
- To feed the undernourished children of India.
- To provide adequate healthcare support for the needy children.
- To help find homes for orphans.
- To raise funds & create awareness of Autism in India.
As a Fund-raising initiative, Baby Beri, a brand of kids clothes was launched in 2009. A fashion show by the kids for the kids is presented to a select audience as a tool to spread the message as well as to raise funds.