Early life of Kiran Uttam Ghosh
Kiran Uttam Ghosh, one of the famous Indian Fashion Designers grew up in the city of joy Kolkata, and thriving amidst niceties of Indian fashion. Nurturing her ambitions she graduated in fashion designing from Sophia Polytechnic in Mumbai and then headed to London under well known designer Joseph Conran where she learnt the art of heading to details which is so much a part of her work today. After the successful stint with the British designer she launched her own label Kimono that offered the discerning woman a complete range of prˆt, couture and accessories. Her designs combine classic elegance with contemporary flair. Shaped silhouettes and drapes offering women a wide range of garments is what emboldens the wardrobe of Kiran Uttam Ghosh.
Work of Kiran Uttam Ghosh
Her label, Kiran Uttam Ghosh, travels beyond just a pragmatic prˆt while her couture line embodies an eternal classic appeal whether it is the sari that she has given new dimensions to or her outfits. A symmetrical hem lines sparkles and layers with ephemeral facades of silhouettes is what defines the designs of Kiran Uttam Ghosh. Her style is impeccable with a whole lot of mixed genres of intricate hand work on fabric. Her designs exhibit sensibility mingled with utilitarianism. Over the last seven years Kiran Uttam Ghosh created garments which are beyond just a pragmatic prˆt. Direct is boring and predictable is pass‚ for her creations. Her clientele has reason to rejoice for her classic ensembles narrating the bountiful saga of Indian wears going global.
There is more to love about the Kolkata-based designer now that she has unveiled her debut accessories line that has been designed with the same subtlety and meticulous care the brand is celebrated for. This line of accessories evolved because I believe fashion cannot be the prerogative of the privileged alone. Those will only corridor its impact. Its destiny needs to be more democratic. Its impact needs to be more universal. Its aspiration must be to be more accessible. This line of accessories is a fine way for fashion to reach beyond the privileged to those who like my sense of style but may not be looking for clothes at that point of time. This line may seem to be one of accessories on the face of it but deep within it is about access. It is also a line born from my need for style additions to our wardrobe that doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg'', explains Kiran Uttam Ghosh.
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