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LLW 2019 to be back in February next year

Devdiscourse News Desk | Mumbai | Updated: 19-12-2018 18:28 IST | Created: 19-12-2018 18:06 IST
LLW 2019 to be back in February next year
The organisers revealed the first set of participating brands and partners at an event on Wednesday. Over 100 brands are likely to participate. (Image Credit: Wikipedia)

After the success of the inaugural edition this year, Luxury Lifestyle Weekend (LLW) 2019 will be back in February next year.

With an all-new theme of "conscious luxury", the event, organised by Magnanimous Group, will be held from February 22-24 at Reliance Jio Garden at Bandra Kurla Complex here, read a statement.

The organisers revealed the first set of participating brands and partners at an event on Wednesday. Over 100 brands are likely to participate.

LLW 2019 promises an elaborate weekend that indulges connoisseurs that allow them to engage and interact with some of the world's most exclusive luxury brands.

Akash Sheth, Founder of LLW and Managing Director of Magnanimous Group, said: "Today, the luxury market in India garners huge attention, as most of the global luxury brands have already arrived or are expected to enter.

"And, after the reverberating success of the edition, LLW 2019 will stay true to its promise of offering a unique platform for luxury lifestyle brands to showcase themselves to a select and discerning audience."



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