Artistic and Creative Director Deep worked in fashion at Vogue, Tatler, and Dazed, and styled Kim Kardashian and Anya Taylor Joy. She is the Artistic Director for arts organisation Without Shape Without Form (WSWF), which champions exchange and dialogue around art, spirituality and mental health.


Deep Kailey is a multidisciplinary Artistic and Creative Director. The former Fashion Director of Tatler (UK) and Fashion Editor of Vogue India (London), now creates a global visual language and storytelling strategies for brands, as an international and leading luxury market professional, through her company, Deep. She is an expert in image creation and direction, magazine launches, the fashion business, and creative consultancy. Deep gained her experience in publishing, design, art, culture, and the high-end luxury market sector.

In addition, Deep is the Artistic Director for the arts organisation Without Shape Without Form (WSWF). From its inception, she has headed this volunteer-led organisation, which bridges the gap between art, spirituality, and mental health through the lens of the Sikh teachings and brings history to the contemporary context. WSWF transcends cultural, racial, and social barriers to leave a community legacy in all that it does, for the betterment of all who encounter its work.

Deep plays a strategic and creative role to establish this Arts Council England supported organisation, as the UKs leading spiritual art space dedicated to mental wellbeing. She develops disruptive exhibition models and leads with a collaborative approach, with a network of partners nationally and internationally.

Her previous engagements include Dazed and Managing Director to Kim Jones (Artistic Director of menswear Dior and womenswear Fendi). She has styled Anya Taylor Joy, Sophie Turner, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Kim Kardashian, and Hailey Beiber, and had artistic collaborations with Arnolfini, Ikon Gallery, V&A Dundee, and New Art Exchange.

With her practical techniques, Deep inspires audiences to self-reflect for a transformative outlook on life. She speaks on a range of subjects, including 'Strength in Lonely Leadership,' 'The Art of Balance,' and 'Alternative Thinking.'


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JLA Presents

Event - 30/04/2024 - 9:00 am

Speakers Breakfast

Understanding AI Now

Priya Lakhani and Anne-Marie Imafidon

We were joined at 87 Barts Close by three brilliant speakers on a panel that delved into the complex world of Artificial Intelligence. Over the hour our panellists de-mystified AI, speaking about AI’s immense promise for enhancing our lives, alongside the apprehension it has generated regarding job security, privacy infringement, and ethical considerations.


87 Barts Close, 87 Bartholomew Close, London, EC1A 7EB


Event - 06/02/2024 - 9:00 am

Speakers Breakfast

Looking Ahead to International Women’s Day

Samira Ahmed, Eniola Aluko, Julia Gillard, and Alex Mahon

We were joined by four fantastic speakers to look ahead at International Women’s Day. With the theme of this year’s event being #InspireInclusion, we were lucky enough to hear from four women who have each blazed a trail in their respective fields: CEO of Channel 4, Alex Mahon; the former Australian Prime Minister and Chair of Kings’ Global Institute of Women’s Leadership, Julia Gillard; one of the leading voices in football, Eniola Aluko MBE; and broadcaster and journalist, Samira Ahmed.


Bishopsgate Institute, London