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Leading fashion and lifestyle portal has appointed veteran fashion journalist Jaydeep Ghosh as Consulting Editor. Initiated into fashion and fashion features by Rajesh Pratap Singh and Lynne Frank of Life PR, London, Ghosh, over the years, has created a niche for himself in the world of fashion journalism.

Ghosh is credited with numerous exclusive stories while being associated with The Times of India and Hindustan Times. Predominantly a fashion journalist, he is also known for his witty commentaries on the Pg 3 circuit.

Announcing Ghosh’s appointment, Niti Batra, Chairperson & Editor-in-Chief,, said, “ has many firsts to its credit. And now we have with us India’s foremost fashion writer. Jaydeep brings with him great understanding of the industry and expertise. We are certain that our mutual association will benefit the Indian fashion industry and readers alike.”

On his new role, Ghosh said, “In the fashion world, pace is everything. With more and more people looking for news on the move, provides the perfect platform for readers to get regular dose of the happenings in the world of fashion and lifestyle. is the only website that covers a wide gamut of the diverse world of fashion and I feel proud to be associated with a news portal whose tenet is spreading fashion awareness.”


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