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  1. Payal Singhal is a name that needs no introduction. At least not anymore. She is one of the finest fashion designers in South Asia, who has carved a niche for herself in the world of contemporary Indian Wear. Payal, who was once known for her bridal wear, has now forayed into menswear with her first ever clothing line, PS Men. The collection is a versatile mix of sherwani, bandi sets and silk kurta in her signature prints and colours, rendered with minimal embellishments. And to complement the clothing selection, there are men's accessories like ties, pocket squares and safas. MensXP interacted with Payal Singhal on her collection and how it is changing the current scenario of Indian menswear. 1) Three words you'd use to describe your latest menswear line. Contemporary Indian, Quirky and Playful. © Payal Singhal 2) You use history and culture as your starting points while creating a new collection. What is your favourite historical era in terms of menswear, and why? My favourite era is the Mughal era for menswear because I love the rich textiles, elaborate silhouettes and accessories spotted in menswear during that era. © Payal Singhal 3) Do you think traditional Indian menswear is evolving? If yes, in what way? Yes, Indian menswear has evolved over the years. Men are now more experimental and willing to try new things. They are understanding fashion and spending more time and money on shopping even for themselves. There are several trends like prints, accessories and matching outfits with the brides that can be spotted. 4) One celebrity who can teach everyone else a lesson or two on how to pull off the Indian aesthetic elegantly, when it comes to menswear. I think Ranveer Singh pulls off any look under the sun but especially Indian wear. He is the epitome of an Indian metrosexual man who expresses himself through fashion. © Payal Singhal 5) What are your thoughts on Indian-Western fusion in terms of menswear? Indian fusion works great for menswear as it goes easily from day to night or from an Indian occasion to western wear. You can also dress up or down the look. © Payal Singhal 6) One thing men should never do while dressing up in traditional Indian wear. Wear shoes that don't work with the outfit or wear Indian kurtas with pants and chinos. 7) One menswear trend you just don't understand or agree with. I personally don't love the draped kurta look for men. I feel very few men can carry it off without looking ridiculous. © Payal Singhal 8) One traditional Indian menswear item you believe every Indian man should have in his wardrobe, and why. A classic Bandhgala – it's classic, contemporary as well as traditional. © Payal Singhal 9) Opulence and grandeur make up the essence of the Indian aesthetic, but how much is too much? I think keeping the overall aesthetic is very important and editing the look also. So don't overdo any look if you are wearing a heavily embroidered sherwani, keep the accessories simpler or if you are wearing a simple kurta pyjama, you can dress it up with an embroidered broach. On that note, all we can say is that her collection is exactly what you need to wear at your friend's wedding. You can thank us later!
  2. At the Lotus Fashion Week 2019, on the second day, among other designers was a remarkable menswear collection called 'Meld' by Dhruv Vaish. © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing Inspired by modern industrial art, and keeping the masculine sensibility in account, the collection is a fusion of geometric prints, versatile textures and fabrics crafted in slick solids. Introducing fabrics like satin for men, alongside traditional works of cottons and wool. The shiny fabric has been juxtaposed with very earthy handloom cottons in contrasting hues of dark navy, purples, browns and vibrant yellows to put together a stellar outfit. © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing The collection represents the constantly evolving definition of traditional menswear with a limited range of shapes and colours. Introducing a plethora of unconventional colours and a range of clothing like long coats, hybrids, double layered jackets, high-waisted pants, put together with space age sun glasses represents the on-the-go modern man in Dhruv Vaish's collection.
  3. Amitabh Bachchan might be 76, but there is a reason the man is still recognized as a legend. And no, we're not even talking about his acting chops here. When someone consistently keeps up - scratch that, gives youngsters a run for their money when it comes to style and fashion, that too at the age of 76, he must be doing something right. Big B just reminded us that he's the OG style icon once again, at Akash Ambani's wedding reception. He wore a simple kurta pyjama, but accessorized that with the most regal stole we've ever seen. Take a look. © Viral Bhayani We're in love with that black, white, silver, and blue striped stole, adorned with elaborately embroidered silver birds. Take a closer look here. © Viral Bhayani However, the credit here apparently goes to daughter Shweta Bachchan, because she is the one who chose her dad's outfit for the function, as mentioned by Big B himself in a heartwarming Instagram post. "Daughters are the best .. !! especially when she chooses what the Father should wear !!" - he wrote. © Instagram/Amitabhbachchan View this post on Instagram A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on Mar 10, 2019 at 10:59am PDT We love the super relaxed vibe of the black kurta and ultra wide pyjamas. Whoever thinks style can't be effortlessly comfortable should learn a lesson right here. © Viral Bhayani Also, is it just us or Mr Bachchan's jawline looks incredible? Age clearly is affecting him like it affects wine! © Viral Bhayani All we can say is, Bravo, sir. Also, Shweta Bachchan probably should become a stylist because she clearly is a natural. *Claps*
  4. The Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week just got over, and we are still reeling from the fashion fever. While we kept an eye out for individualistic street style, the shows by themselves were enough to not let us focus anywhere else, thanks to the amazing menswear collections, that are definitely paving the way for an edgier, more futuristic aesthetic. Here are 9 menswear designers you should definitely refer to, if you want to ace the new-age aesthetic with inspiring outfits: 1. HUEMN Famous for its inclusivity and non-adherence to binaries, Pranav Misra and Shyma Shetty's HUEMN is all about the future. Playful, edgy, futuristic, non-binary - HUEMN is about everything we should incorporate in 'inclusive fashion for the future'. © Viral Bhayani 2. Rajesh Pratap Singh Known for his signature style that incorporates clean lines intertwined with obsessive attention to details, Rajesh Pratap Singh showcased a collection that was all about fashionable winter wear. A healthy mix of Indian and Western fashion aesthetics, the collection stood out because of its striking black & white aesthetic, and the raw, rugged, snowy styling. © Viral Bhayani 3. Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna's collection was inspired by the onset of the night, and the interplay of darkness and starlight. Poetically named 'Tirelessly Twilight', the collection was an all-black, luminous display of classy opulence. © Viral Bhayani 4. Siddartha Tytler A collection that captures the dark intensity of stripes and patterns, with some camo and embellishment thrown in, Siddartha Tytler's 'Vertigo' was all about new age menswear that helps you stand apart in the crowd while exuding class and sophistication. © Tarun Chawla 5. Dhruv Kapoor Dhruv Kapoor's delightfully eccentric collection, which aptly captured the playful nuances of androgyny and went for no-holds-barred, larger than life maximalism with innovative silhouettes (aptly named 'The New-Butch'), gave us a definitive, glamorous glimpse at what futuristic style will be all about. © Tarun Chawla 6. Abhishek Paatni Abhishek Paatni's label 'Nought One' showcased a super edgy, fluoro-engulfed, netted and belted extravaganza, named 'The Hyped Indian™'. When it comes to playful functionality with inimitable individuality, this collection definitely takes the cake. © Tarun Chawla 7. Pawan Sachdeva Pawan Sachdeva's collection, inspired by peace and harmony, heavily relied on checks, stripes, and pleats, which perfectly captures the style sensibilities of the new-age man. © Tarun Chawla 8. Sahil Aneja Titled '1983', Sahil Aneja's collection was all about edgy, quirky retro chic. The colours red and black were used generously throughout the cohesive collection, that had quite a few unique, distinctive pieces. © Tarun Chawla 9. Shivan & Narresh Famous for their unique beachwear that takes its inspiration from distinctive flora and fauna, Shivan and Narresh's 'Koi Series' was a tribute to the eclectic tribalesque cultures across the world. Characterized by the vibrance of 6 distinctive colours, this collection was pure joy on a runway. © Tarun Chawla
  5. Every time there is an event in the Ambani family, it's less of a family event and more of a grand spectacle that the national media is all too eager to cover, and for good reason. Isha Ambani just got engaged to Anand Piramal, and their engagement was one such occasion, that saw the biggest of names - in and outside of Bollywood- in attendance. Men's fashion was something we kept an eye out for, and honestly, we weren't disappointed. Here are the most notable menswear moments from the lavish engagement: 1. Nick Jonas & Manish Malhotra © Instagram Nick and Manish both looked dapper in black. Nick wore a black bandhgala with matching black trousers, with a grey kurta to give the layering an edgy dimension. Manish decided to keep it basic but classy with white detailing on his black bandhgala. The stunning PC next to them helped, we must say! © Instagram Look at Nick though! Wedding preparations are on we say, as he's clearly preparing himself to rock a traditional Indian ensemble on his own big day. 2. Anil Kapoor © Instagram Mr Kapoor looked classy as ever in a black tux. What can be more appropriate for an engagement ceremony, than a black tux, replete with a gentlemanly bow-tie? © Instagram He doesn't age, does he? What is this sorcery? 3. Anand Ahuja © Instagram Son-in-law Anand Ahuja was equally fashionable, in a classic black bandhgala that he paired with white trousers. 4. Karan Johar & Aamir Khan © Instagram KJo & Mr Perfectionist also decided to go with black. We're in love with Aamir's classy black achkan with white churidaar, and can't get over Karan's calculated maximalism in his black and gold blazer. Also, whoever thinks men can't wear shoes with heels, is clearly mistaken. 5. AR Rahman © Instagram It's a rare sight to catch the maestro clicking a light-hearted selfie. But why would he want to let the moment go, when he's dressed so sharply?