New Delhi: The world’s second-largest economy and the global financial centre has long been the epicenter of fashion.
The trend for Indian clothes has been there for decades, but it has only recently been tapped into by the likes of fashion designer Shashi Tharoor, who opened a boutique shop in Delhi’s Kolkata suburb in 2015.
Shashi Thiroor has been a star of Indian fashion since his days at the London-based fashion house Dolce & Gabbana, where he won three Emmys.
He then went on to run his own brand, Tharao, which he renamed after his father, to which he sold his first collection of clothes in 2015 for Rs 2.2 crore ($4.1 million).
Tharaoras clothes were all about style and simplicity, with a lot of emphasis on traditional Indian designs, and he created his own labels and brand-name imprints to support his brand.
With a lot more visibility in the fashion industry, Tharowals brand has expanded beyond his small collection of Indian-styled clothes.
He now sells a range of more than 50 pieces of clothes, including a range in black.
Tharower’s collection has become a staple in the city, as has his brand, which also includes clothing in the colour black and yellow.
The fashion trend has seen many changes over the past few years.
While in the past, there was a strong emphasis on the traditional, contemporary look, now the trend has shifted to the more contemporary Indian look, with an emphasis on organic materials and colouring.
In the past a lot was said about the style and the trends, but the trend now has more of an impact on the lifestyle of people who wear the clothes, said Tharaar, who was born in India and grew up in London.
He said that he was surprised that the Indian fashion scene was so vibrant and vibrant.
“I think a lot has changed, especially in the last two years,” he said.
India is the fastest-growing fashion market in the world.
This has led to the emergence of new trends, like Indian-inspired clothing and design, which has also created a huge number of online retailers.
Tharauras clothing is a direct reflection of this, he said, and many designers are taking up the challenge to create a brand that represents the values and ethos of India.
This trend will continue, he added.