India has many well-known & experienced Fashion designer who is very famous in not only India but also in the World.
We have created a list of some top Male Fashion designers in India. There is no ranking we have made, they are all equally talented & experienced. Here we go..
Male Fashion Designers: #1 Sabyasachi
Kolkata-based fashion designer Sabyasachi has been making waves in the Indian fashion design circles for his “international styling with an Indian soul”. Following his graduation from New Delhi’s National Institute of Fashion Technology, Sabyasachi launched his label in 1999.
He had made the costumes for Virat-Anushka & Ranveer-Deepika wedding.
Male Fashion Designers: #2 Manish Malhotra
London-born and Mumbai-raised Manish Malhotra are one of the most recognizable Indian fashion designers and an all-time Bollywood favorite. Manish is no doubts the one designer that deserves the most to be on the list of Indian fashion designers.
Before starting out like a Bollywood costume designer in 1990, he got his first break as a model.
Male Fashion Designers: #3Tarun Tahiliani
Noted Indian fashion designer Tarun Tahiliani co-founded Ensemble, India’s first multi-designer boutique, in 1987 with his wife Sailaja Tahiliani and later established his own Design studio in 1990.
He was the first Indian fashion designer whose works were showcased at Milan Fashion Week. Based in Delhi, he has made a name for himself with his ability to combine Indian craftsmanship and textile heritage with European tailored silhouette and modern fabric technologies.
#4 Manish Arora
Manish Arora is one of the first Indian fashion designers to achieve international acclaim and is widely credited as one of the pioneers to bring out the true colors of the Indian fashion game.
He has managed to leave his mark both on the Indian and global markets. New-Delhi based designer Manish Arora started his brand in 1997.
#5 Rohit Bal
Known as ‘India’s Master of Fabric and Fantasy’, Rohit Bal is a name unparalleled in its glory. Since launching his brand in 1990 as a traditional designer wear label for men, he has become a fashion legacy today. He likes to create masterpieces, like artworks.
His pieces portray the ageless Indian aura balanced by appropriate art, architecture, and intricacy. His peacock and lotus motifs are perpetually in demand.
#6 Raghavendra Rathore
Prominent fashion designer Raghavendra Rathore’s label is famous for its signature sense of eternal elegance and grace. When it comes to a classic suit and tie, no one can do it quietly like Rathore. His pieces always come with an element of surprise.
His brand ‘Rathore Jodhpur’ showcases a spick and span present-day sensibility, directed by a sight of the days of opulence. He is largely influenced by the old-world appeal of Rajasthan.
#7 Bibhu Mahapatra
Bibhu Mohapatra hails from Rourkela and later moved to the USA to pursue further studies in Economics. His love for fashion eventually led him to New York City, where he was a student of the esteemed Fashion Institute of Technology.
Mohapatra’s career got a well-deserved boost after he won the Critic’s award for Best Evening Wear Designer of the Year in 1997. He has had working experiences with big brands like J. Mendel and Halston.
#8 Wendell Rodricks
Starting as a catering graduate, fashion designer Wendell Rodricks found fashion designing to be more befitting for him. Known for his fondness for white, his minimalist chic style is massively popular among Indian fashion aficionados.
He has also written special features for Apparel, has been a regular columnist for Femina, Goa Today and has worked as a freelance fashion journalist in major Indian news media.
#9 Shantanu & Nikhil
Fashion Designers duo Shantanu Mehra and Nikhil Mehra stand apart from the rest with their edgy contemporary styling, complete with an East-meets-West attitude and a soft elegance.
They first emerged in the Indian fashion scene with their Indian menswear couture label in 1999. Later, the signature collection ‘Shantanu and Nikhil’ came into being, soon followed by both pert-a-porter & diffusion.