In increasingly conservative communities around the globe, individuality can be a crime and clothing can be a form of protest. Now more than ever, we need to fight censorship and repression with fashion.
Kaustav Dey leads Marketing for Tommy Hilfiger in India. He has always been fascinated by the role of fashion as a vehicle for protest, both in his own life and in the fashion industry. He believes that fashion has played a key role in counterculture history.
Kaustav earned a Bachelor degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Madras University in Chennai, and holds an MBA in Marketing and Communications from MICA in Ahmedabad. He loves fashion, food, and his six dogs.Back to overview