5 Indian Designers Who Should Be On The Ramp
These outrageously good looking men are just on the wrong side of all the spotlight.
The top spot definitely goes to one half of the Shantanu and Nikhil brand, Nikhil Mehra. We are all fans of their menswear, but just look at this silver fox. He should be opening shows for his label every fashion week.
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Stylish, charming and eyes forever gleaming with wicked joy, Arjun Khanna grabs the second spot on our list. His voice, by the way, scores brownie points. Give him a call tonight, maybe?
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Energetic, flamboyant and the next big thing in Indian menswear, Kunal Rawal is on number three.
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He has been dressing Indian royalty (or making average joes look like royalty) for years now, but ladies, Raghavendra Rathore is the original Prince Charming.
Artistic, confident and a surfer dude, how can you say no to Jayesh Sachdev? One half of QuirkBox, this young designer is definitely a keeper.