There is no policing around this young designer who comes from a family of cops, as Priyam Narayan likes to woo the Middle East with his easy kaftan styles rendered in environment-friendly hand woven jute
NIFT-educated Nupur Batra, from her first show where she spent Rs 12,000, in 2011, to now working with almost 10 countries and exporting to US and Japan, is a tour de force in the accessories market as each fabric bag she makes is an ode to an independent woman.
Unlike the West which is embracing mottled and scruffy, and with Gucci blurring the lines between the two genders, men in India still prefer monochromes and a smattering of grey, though Abhishek Patni brought ‘in’ the outdoors with his parkas and faux fur lining
Abhishek Paatni’s enterprising designs for Nought One and Zero highlight the growing opportunity for designers in Indian menswear. He is all set to present his new collection—which merges streetwear with military-inspired clothing and promises to breathe life in corduroy