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|Born||November 29, 1959|
|Residence||New Delhi, India|
Rohit Khosla (November 29, 1958 – 1994) was a pioneer of Indian fashion. He started his own label in 1987, along with his sister, designer Rohini Khosla.
He entered the Indian fashion scene when it was still a nascent industry  and left his mark. Born in November 1958 to an affluent family, Rohit had always dreamed of becoming a fashion pioneer. He was an alumnus of The Doon School in Dehdradun, and also went to the UK for higher studies. In those days, it was considered a bold step to enter fashion, especially when one had such a high profile qualification. Rohit Khosla was the first Indian fashion designer to launch a haute couture label.
His family was extremely supportive of his fashion career. In his short life, Khosla spearheaded major contributions to the Indian fashion industry.
In 1987, he co-founded Ensemble, India's popular designer label store in New Delhi, with Tarun and Sal Tahiliani, which started with five labels: Tarun Tahiliani, Rohit Khosla, Neil Bieff, Amaya, Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla.
Khosla died in 1994, aged 36, due to HIV/AIDS.
In 1998, Rohini Khosla published a book on his life and work, titled Rohit Khosla, Vanguard. In 2007 the India Fashion Week paid a tribute to him, with designers like Rohit Bal dedicating his collection to him.
The annual India Zee F Awards presents the Rohit Khosla Award for 'Debutante Designer of the Year'.
- Fashion audiences.. Indian Express, December 2, 1999.
- New cut India Today, December 20, 2007.
- The haute couturier..And Rohit was very much a part of the beginning of Ensemble - Tarun Tahiliani The Times of India, July 2, 2002.
- Desiner Profile - Rana Gill
- Sonam Dobal
- India Fashion Week – Designer Profile India Today, 2008.
- Rohit Khosla relived through the fashion week
- Fashion fraternity remembers Rohit Khosla September 14, 2007.
- Fashion forward The Hindu, May 01, 2006.