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Indian Fashion Designer Arjun Khanna on the ramp with Ranbir Kapoor
Arjun Khanna

Arjun Khanna is a couturier that is synonymous the finest menswear in India. The designer’s fashion and style sensibility is truly impeccable. His contribution to mens fashion in India has been pioneering with his sheer imagination when it comes to his designs. His talent is evident through his outstanding collections that are guaranteed to please.

For the last 21 years he has been known to revolutionize men’s fashion with his attention to detailing, exemplary tailoring and his exquisite designs. He is known for his signature style that has become distinctive in Indian fashion wear.

From celebrities, business moguls and actors, Arjun’s clientele includes famous personalities like Rahul Bajaj, Anand Mahindra and Gautam Singhania. Indian film director, Shekhar Kapur has even worn a sherwani by the designer to the Oscars while musician Zakir Hussain was dressed in Arjun’s designs on his world tour in 2007. His powerful loyalists in the film and modelling industry include heartthrobs like Ranbir Kapoor and Arjun Rampal. Hollywood megastar, Will Smith also wore the designer’s outfits on his visit to Mumbai in 2006 and appreciated his designs to the extent of buying several outfits for himself. The sportsmen that are fond of his creations include batting master Sachin Tendulkar and bowler Harbhajan Singh.  In 2008, Sir Richard Branson was spotted in an Arjun Khanna Sherwani at the Virgin Mobile launch in Mumbai.

Since September 2003, Arjun Khanna has also been the premier design director for the ‘Raymond Suiting Campaign’ that exhibits the designer’s distinctive elegant and signature style of perfect suit-making and superior design. In 2009, he was the only Indian designer that was invited to exclusively partner with iconic motorcycle brand- Harley Davidson for their launch to India.

Arjun Khanna’s latest initiative is an offbeat lifestyle-themed boutique called Vespa Rodriguez in Goa. The designer believes that his collections should have an experiential component, as clothing is a form of self-expression.

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