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Robb Report Limited Edition Luxury Summit 2016

Soak in the finest things in life with Robb Report Limited Edition 2016 at its inaugural luxury summit in India, 11am onwards until dinner on November 26, 2016 at The Oberoi, Gurgaon.

New Delhi, 26, November 2016. Mark this Saturday in bright gold, as ultimate luxury’s only address, Robb Report India, celebrates the finer things in life, at The Oberoi Gurgaon. The gathering of a select few from the magnificent world of luxury will include connoisseurs and consumers of nothing but the best. From new age royals who are the keepers of exotic ancient Indian heritage, and fashion gurus whose genius dictates the course of the business on the global map, to trendsetting globetrotters and fairy tale wedding planners, grace the most awaited event of the year.

The Summit will have Hollywood and Michelle Obama's favourite designer, Bibhu Mohapatra, and stunning actor Aditi Rao Hydari talking about their most luxurious style statements. Globetrotter Ankur Bhatia of the Bird Group, along with enthusiastic young travel planner of Byond Travel, Vikram Ahuja, will discuss trends in luxury travel. With technology making its presence felt in everything that surrounds us, VistaJet International's Sheena De Boisgelin, and Marine Solutions' Gautama Dutta, talk about ways that hi-tech travel change the world of explorers and passionate adventurers.

This is the perfect opportunity for fine food lovers to relish Michelin-starred chef Vineet Bhatia’s ‘twists of taste’; the talented chef talks about fusion food and what lies beyond that. This is followed by a session by the 'miracle doctor' to the world's rich and famous - Dr Sepp Fegerl - who holds the key to the eternal fountain of youth. The medical director at luxury resort and spa Viva Mayr Altaussee, talks about what anti-ageing truly means and how can one look and stay young forever.

In a country that's known for its 'big fat weddings', Frank Daamgard from Monte Carlo, Pilar Angulo from Spain, and our own Punit Jasuja, share what a perfectly planned, dream destination wedding is, along with restaurateur Marut Sikka, who happens to be Bill Clinton and Atal Bihari Vajpayee's favourite chef.

For all those who appreciate everything that’s aesthetically appealing and beautiful, India’s age-old beauty secrets will be revealed by Kama Ayurveda's Vivek Sahni, along with luxury leather maker Sahil Malik, and the man responsible for putting India on the global fashion map, Sunil Sethi of FDCI. If you’ve always loved dazzling Faberge eggs and are have an eye for haute horology, Faberge’s Sean Gilbertson and Ulysse Nardin's Patrik Hoffman will together tell us why this is the “time to watch out for”.

India is the original land of true luxury, with princes and princesses, of royal silks and heirloom diamonds; and the summit two new-age royals, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar of Udaipur and Diya Kumari of Jaipur, sharing their royal experiences, and how they are still maintaining the cultural heritage that dates back thousands of years.

In a more relaxed and tranquil mode, the session that every discerning art lover should look forward to – contemporary artists Jiten Thukral and Sumir Tagra, the duo that can give an artistic spin to everything around them will let the audience delve deeper into their abstract world, accompanied by noted art collector Abhishek Poddar and one of India's leading curators and art consultants who's proved that art can cross all boundaries, Pooja Sood.

Daniele Cristanellli, a representative from Italy's noted Sartori family will talk about drinking the finest white Amarone. If all this isn’t enough, the day ends with Arjun and Vikram Oberoi, two of the country's foremost hoteliers, from the pioneering Oberoi family, discussing how India can welcome the world with open arms, and spread the authentic Indian hospitality world over, as they share their priceless secrets on why they’ve been one of the best in the world in the industry.

The magnificent world of luxury cannot get any closer and one cannot delve any deeper into it than this.