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Clotheshorse Stakes

In 2003, Outlook carried one of his creations on its cover, with the tagline: Who wears this? Today, the answer to that probably is: everybody.

Clotheshorse Stakes
Anushka Nadia Menon
Clotheshorse Stakes
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A typical Fish Fry (his prét label) creation has a palette that marries Van Gogh with Andy Warhol. On his racks sartorial experiments like embroidered rexine coexist with traditional booti or mokaish work, and paisleys share the seams with funky motifs that can be anything from smiling fish to calendar images of Hindu gods.

His collection for last year’s Lakme India Fashion Week had every imaginable hue in it, the reason perhaps he got an invitation to participate in the London Fashion Week. His rainbow palette was a hit with the colour-starved Londoners and he was invited back to LFW last month.

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