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    Shop péro, Abraham & Thakore And Rajesh Pratap Singh At The Sustainable Man

    Mary posted on 20 April

    What Is It?

    To celebrate Earth Day, top three contemporary designers in collaboration with Sunil Sethi Design Alliance are bringing together their sustainable menswear offerings, all under one platform. One can buy off the shelf, order from the AW17 collection or get bespoke pieces ordered on the spot with our talented menswear technicians.

    It’s a one of a kind amalgamation of the three likeminded designers from the industry who breathe and live by sustainability every day.

    Who Is It For?

    Men who want to break the clutter, stand out in the crowd and yet be subtle in their styling. It is for the man of substance who wants to make a statement at the same time be sensitive to the environment and surroundings.

    And ladies, if you are looking to get something special for the men in your life, this is the place to be.

    Why Should I Go For It?

    It’s a great opportunity for you to add something envious to your wardrobe. So, whether you’re looking to create a perfect look for a formal get-together or a brunch date, this one has you sorted on all fronts. Here is what you can expect from the three designers, that are coming together for this event.

    Abraham & Thakore

    Pioneers in defining the concept of ‘modern Indian fashion’, Abraham & Thakore is a classic brand that remains consistent in their delivery of versatile pieces with the use of a variety of materials. Made from the finest fabrics and handcrafted with some incredible prints, this one is sure to become the favourite in your wardrobe. Dapper men best be watching this.

    péro by Aneeth Arora

    péro creates simple clothing, utilizing indigenous skills and knowledge of ancient textile and clothing traditions of India and world over.

    péro menswear is an attempt to unite the modern with the traditional and international silhouettes through carefully hand crafted clothing using natural fabrics. The resulting designs are finely-detailed with a worn-in quality that makes them very wearable. The fabrics used are all handwoven linens and Khadi cottons woven in different parts of India. Block Printed florals in indigo and other bright colors are incorporated to add lightness and to compliment the geometry and seriousness of checks and stripes.

    péro man is not bound by the clichés, he believes in breaking the tradition to create a new dynamic where sporty meets tailored. He mixes florals with pinstripes with the same ease as he wears his sneakers with his formals. He is a person who has a flair for individualistic style and is backed with a distinct personality.

    Rajesh Pratap Singh

    An extension of the sensibility that modern Indian designers have adopted {clean cuts, experimentation with silhouettes}, Rajesh Pratap Singh’s aesthetic has become synonymous with making a statement without being overly loud – in India and internationally.

    Defined by ease and fluency, this is one collection that is a great fit for both work and just for when you’re lounging around. There’s a variety of cuts and fits, so no matter what your style is, you’re bound to find a piece that you like.

     

     

     

    What Else?

    These designers will also be showcasing their Autumn/Winter Collection for 2017, which you can pre-order. In addition, you would have the opportunity to get Bespoke outfits with the talented menswear masters from all three designers being present at the venue. You can also indulge in some quick bites and signature coolers by Jug Mug Thela, making it a great start to your weekend plans.

    When: April 22

    Timings: 11am -7pm

    Find out more about the event here.

    This story is in partnership with Sunil Sethi Design Alliance.

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    Fashion Design Council Of India

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    locationOkhla Phase - 3

    209, Okhla Industrial Area, Okhla Phase 3, New Delhi

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      NGOs

      Fashion Design Council Of India

      locationOkhla Phase - 3