Friday 27, Nov 2020, Delhi (India)
The Latest in the fashion industry news is, the veteran Indian fashion designer Rajesh Pratap Singh is appointed as the new Creative Director at Satya Paul by Reliance Brands Limited. The Indian fashion designer will oversee artistic direction for Satya Paul’s apparel collections for women and men and present his first in Fall/Winter 2020-21.
The fashion industry news is making it quite evident that the fashion world is all set to wake up to this new reality, it looks like the business is back to usual. The new creative leaderships are all arranged to define the coming season's tone.
Satya Paul is known for its exquisitely printed saris, a day ago they just dropped the news on their social media that veteran Indian fashion designer Rajesh Pratap Singh will be armoring the house as a creative director.
The moment a shirt, a kurta, a pair of pants is imagined and created by the Indian fashion designer- Rajesh Pratap Singh, it creates an impression of its own. His garments can never go unseen, after all, people who have an eye for fashion can never miss such extravagant construction. The best part about it is there are no proud logos, no plastering of imagery on social media for forced recall value. The Indian fashion designer is known for his attention to detail and experiments with traditional silhouettes, his understanding of clothing is ultimate and de-construction peaks through whatever he creates.
The veteran designer's commitment to precision stands out, be it his take on the usual buttoned-down white shirts, short suits for women, or outerwear for men. His reputation precedes him, so it’s all over the fashion industry news; for him to be the Creative Director at Satya Paul means exciting things to look forward to in the future.
The latest in the fashion industry news is Pratap's first collection that is already out for the brand focusing on men's shirts. Created and designed in numerous colors, prints, and fabrics, this collection is an ode to the tropical jungles. The collection is a little quirky with the elements of the forest like birds, merry monkeys, and palms form a mainstay throughout.
Explaining his expectations and planning for the Brand Pratap stated- “My objective is to make it one of the finest brands, if not the finest brand to come out of India in that sector. There was no real direction for a while, I want to get both the aesthetic and manufacturing quality higher for all the products, not just the saree which will be a key focus. The idea is to go back to what Mr. Paul was thinking, there was a purity of thought there,"