|Born||New Delhi, India|
|Awards||Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres|
Ritu Beri's father, Balbir Singh Beri was an adjutant at IMA, Dehradun. Her mother, Indu Beri, is an entrepreneur & her younger brother Navin works with her.
The designer, in 2004, married exporter Bobby Chadha.
Ritu Beri graduated from Lady Shri Ram College in Economics honours after which she joined NIFT. The designer is amongst the first batch of NIFT which then comprised only 25 students. Her final collection titled LAVANYA became one of the highlights.
She is the only Indian designer to be featured in promostyl's magazine Acustyl, which forecasts fashion trends worldwide. Beri was also named by Time magazine among the People to Watch in International Business. She is the author of the personal fashion book, 101 Ways to Look Your Best. She also serves on the board of Governors at NIFT, and is an honorary patron of the Savera Association, a popular charity involved in improving the lives of Indian woman.
She wrote the Most Expensive Indian Book, Firefly - A Fairytale. The book is priced at Rs 1 lakh and is published by Ritu Beri herself. Famous publisher Penguin had earlier commissioned Ritu Beri to write the book but abandoned the project after hearing the price for the book she had in mind. The book deals with topics like architecture, history, women and their beauty. It also talks about Ritu Beri's experiences in Paris which were important in shaping her career. François Lesage, the guru of embroidery, has written the foreword to the book. Firefly - A Fairytale will have limited edition. Only 100 copies will be sold in India through Ritu Beri's store in Delhi and the book is also available at the new Louis Vuitton flagship store near Champs Elysee in Paris.
Her notable international clients are former US President Bill Clinton, Prince Charles, Moulin Rouge, Nicole Kidman, Hollywood actress Andie MacDowell, Supermodel Laetitia Casta, famous Parisian Socialite Mrs. Lagerdere, Langes Swarovski & The Swarovski family, Elizabeth Jagger and Jerry Hall.
In 2012, the designer showcased her ethnic collection at Mumbai fashion week. The collection was inspired by the richness of Indian culture with artistic handwork moulded into contemporary silhouettes.
Ritu sells her creations through boutiques in France and Germany and a store in New Delhi.
Beri received Millennium Achiever and Rashtriya Shiromani Awards in the year 2000.
In 2004, she received the Global Excellence Award for her contribution in the field of fashion.
The designer, in 2007, received the Kalpana Chawla Excellence Awards 2007 for women for excelling in her field.
In 2010,Ritu Beri was conferred the Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters), one of the highest civilian awards by the French government, for her contribution to the fashion industry. 
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