Designer and stars up the glam quotient

Published: 15th October 2012 11:29 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th October 2012 11:29 AM   |  A+A-


Weaving his magic in the fashion industry for fifteen fabulous years, designer Paresh Lamba, unveiled his latest collection, Sartorial Collezioni in the city recently. The collection has been designed to celebrate fifteen years of Paresh Lamba. The designer presented a fashion line up for Men that spelled bold, ambitious, and fabulous, as he brought to the runway the Autumn-Winter collection for 2012 with bolder silhouettes and fabrics that reflected sheer exquisiteness.

From his humble beginnings in the back room of a shoe store on M G Road, in a city where ideas of fashion and style were burgeoning amongst the women but non-existent amongst the men, Paresh dared to dream of a city where he would dress men in his signature style, mirroring the bold yet beautiful construction of Bangalore’s cityscape. Specialising in men’s wear, be it pret or couture, Paresh’s design aesthetic spells Class and never fail to deliver the best in quality, design and innovation. Attended by the creme de la creme of the city’s fashion circle, the collection was well received with rave reviews and immense appreciation.

With a clientele that boasts of movie stars and industrialists, CEOs and politicians, it is Paresh’s ability to deliver style that is sharp, sophisticated and masculine while incorporating and discovering trends in a covertly flamboyant manner, that has made him the go-to-man for fashion in the country for the last fifteen years.



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