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Harvard University adds Shahnaz Husain's herbal beauty business model as a case study to their curriculum
When we talk about fashion trends and beauty, the first thing which comes to our mind is the recent global trends and what's hot? And, the fresh most buzzing thing which has taken the industry by storm is the Indian beauty entrepreneur Shahnaz Husain and her inspirational journey to Harvard.

"Old is gold", the beauty diva and entrepreneur Shahnaz Husain has given the adage its right justification. She ventured into the world of nature and its healing powers, taking the herbal heritage of Ayurveda to every corner of the globe with a crusader's zeal. 

Most significantly, she is not only dominating the Indian market, but her excellence has made it way far-long to become the global pioneer and sensation in Ayurveda beauty.

Harvard University has recently added her herbal beauty business model as a case study to their curriculum.

We bring it to you, her initial journey from starting out as a magazine writer when she was just a teenager to being the recipient of the fourth highest civilian award in the country Husain has come a long way.

Apart from that, we have also tried to shift our focus on the recent buzzing trends and the trend setters of the industry.

However, Indian fashion industry is very experimental and very quick to adopt recent trends, which are leading globally be it flaunting tresses by "cutting it short"…to the Italian luxury fashion brand Zegna and Reliance collaboration to collectively picking up an equity stake in homegrown fashion designer Raghvendra Rathore. This is the first such first investment by a global luxury brand in a domestic fashion label.

While discussing on fashion and its vast empire, so how could we forget about the vital role of IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) which helps to promote a healthy and rightful environment in the highly competitive world.

No doubt, the industry is growing profoundly and taking on the current swing very sportingly and we all are witnessing it.

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