Deepthi Ganesh is a renowned fashion designer, well known in social and professional circles of South India. Hailing from Hyderabad, she has tonnes of rich accomplishments in creating innovative and highly successful designs for several movie actresses, models, and celebrities in her bag. She is now one of India's most foreknown fashion stylists and plans to expand her base to international geographies with promising creativity, style, comfort and quality. 

Being the proud owner of a couture – Deepthi Ganesh Label, she has served more than 20,000 clients in the past 5 years in over 15 countries. She believes that fashion can be bought but style is innate. You either have it or you don’t. She always works hard and is a futuristic thinker and planner. She is working towards a bigger and better future for the brand. She plans to make the brand more visible while working with more craftsmen. 

Talking about her personal interest in uplifting craftsmen and rural India, she also mentions that her association with an orphanage in a village at Andhra Pradesh is to where a part of her revenue goes. Helping the less fortunate children by contributing towards their literacy benefit is what she strives for. She is a true believer that education can make the world a better place to live in!

Over the years, Deepthi has emphasized the importance of making clothes in a more environmentally friendly manner and aimed to minimize any undesirable environmental effect of the product's life cycle by ensuring efficient and careful use of natural resources. Deepthi is a true believer of the sustainable fashion movement. She believes in fostering change to fashion products and the fashion system towards greater ecological integrity and social justice.

Talking about the same. Deepthi shares, "I have always believed that there is no beauty in the finest cloth if it makes hunger and unhappiness. Creating ecological integrity and social justice is the key to successful businesses. Fast fashion is like fast food. After the sugar rush, it just leaves the bad taste in the mouth". Even during the pandemic, Deepthi ensured she helped the handloom weavers with providing daily essentials to ensure they are safe & healthy.