Travel & Leisure India & South Asia



The distinguished designer and costumer’s journey meant breaking stereotypes and rewriting the rules.

For champions of their craft, finding and recognising their calling comes in one of two ways: the passion was always present, and was seen in every venture they embarked upon; or, it was a fortunate accident. Neeta Lulla falls in the latter category. Her creations have graced runways, regaled as costumes on the screen, and been worn at elegant soirées of world leaders. She’s also famous for adding the touch of authenticity to period dramas, being the most recent. “I was told that I had to follow something, and I took up tailoring because I thought, ‘What’s better than new clothes?’” From there, the rush of having to tell stories through fabric took over, and there

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