Campaign India Team
Nov 14, 2014

Things They Like: Rachana Dharia

Phd Network's VP of digital and mobility, on her favourite gadgets, travel spots and more...

Things They Like: Rachana Dharia
Work would be less simpler to do if it wasn’t for Rachana’s Macbook Pro. For everything else, be it an industry event or a private party, her Samsung cell phone suffices. She likes to carry off the ‘always formal’ look at work with a classy shirt teamed up with trousers, jackets or denims on Fridays. Outside the office’s formal setting, she prefers to go with an elegant dress picked out as per the occasion. Her two most loved places to shop at are Asos and Net-a-porter.
 
Her favourite accessory holds a lot of sentimental value to her as it is a bracelet that her dad gifted to her mom back when they were dating. Dharia never leaves home without it. Her favorite cuisine is Thai.
 
The adlander finds herself currently hooked to season 4 of the US political thriller TV series, Homeland. She likes her watches to be from Cartier Ballon Bleu, her footwear to be from Tod’s and for Kouros by Yves Saint Laurent to be the fragrance of choice.
 
The happy owner of a Skoda would like to bring home a Jaguar Land Rover.The Himalayas seem like a good vacation spot for her, with fond memories from her stay at Chandra Tal in Spiti Valley, a desert mountain valley amidst the Himalayan mountains. Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, is next on her list.  But closer to home, she likes her weekends best if they involve painting, listening to music and catching up with friends.
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Campaign India

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