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Umang Hutheesing joins INX as Director-Design & Style

13-September-2007
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Umang Hutheesing joins INX as Director-Design & Style

INX network has announced the appointment of Umang Hutheesing as Director-Design and Style. He will play a role in enhancing the overall quality of the channels’ content.

Indrani Mukerjea, Group Executive Director, INX Media, said, “It gives me great pleasure to welcome Umang on board. We are committed to providing world class content to viewers, and we believe that style and design will play a critical role in enhancing the overall quality of our content. Umang is one of India’s best known names in style, and I am sure he will add immense value to our on-air content, ground events, and more.”

Hutheesing, who has been closely associated with Asia’s premier design institution National Institute of Design, for the past five years, expressed his delight on joining INX Media. He said, “It is great to join a team of visionaries who are leading entertainment for the new India with a strong focus not just on brilliant content, but also on the vital elements of design and style. I am very happy to be part of a team that will redefine the way television content is created and received.”

Hutheesing, who has been associated with design and style for over 25 years, has been Creative Producer for several international publications like Vogue, Teen Vogue, British Vogue, Paris Match, and Travel & Leisure, among others. He was also associated with the creation of India’s first fashion week.

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