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Only for the fashionable man, please


YOU MAY have been overcome with boredom hearing about male designers famous for churning out top of the line women wear and nothing worthwhile for men. Just when you are convinced that men are that neglected species reduced to obscurity in the fashion designers scheme of things, Amarjyot Singh Anand, a Delhi-based fashion designer, wants to carve out a niche by creating dresses for men and men only. He is putting all his creative energy in bringing out fabulous dresses for men in his spring summer collection this year.

Amarjyot has decided to take advantage of the fact that Delhiites would soon be discarding their woollies and get into their summer clothing. Keeping this in mind, his new collection of shirts and ties bring the message of style in a bold way. One can opt for sleek shirts in steel grey, silver, deep purple and blue.


Says Amarjyot, "This summer collection rules the roost. Let your style be colourful too." Shine and shimmer are the catchwords for the season and the designer has them in his eveningwear collection, which also includes sherwanis. There would be bright shirts, ties and jutties that "will have same embroidery done on them as the sherwanis." The jutties - in subtle dashes of cream, beige, white and black - start from Rs. 1,200 onwards. The work is said to have the best of hand embroideries with Swarovski crystals and sequins. If animal prints don't suit you, go for funky polka dots. If you need to look picture perfect, then opt for an embroidered tie. They would be available at Rs.1, 800 onwards.

When queried why he has decided to specialise in dresses for men, Amarjyot says, "There are many things to choose for the men's wear collection. People haven't explored this section." Well, who would like to challenge this.

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