The concept of tailored clothing is not new. Until the mid-to-late 20th century, shoppers either sewed their own garments or bought pieces made specifically for them. As a result, a new breed of designers, are striving to reintroduce bespoke apparel to the masses. Gargee Designers is the most appropriate destination for men looking for tailored perfection. Gargee Designer’s, founded in 1980 by designer Shyam Gupta, is all about precise tailoring, an eye for detail, and premium craftsmanship. Shyam believes that fashion is more of social responsibility than just good-looking clothes.
The designer house has a variety of refined clothing for men in both traditional and western. The vast range includes tuxedos, shirts, bandhgalas, sherwanis, Jawahar jackets, etc. And that’s not it! You’ll find a wide range of accessories as well like a cufflink, pocket squares, ties, and pagdis. The brand’s perfection in quality is evident not only from their cuts of clothes. in the fabrics as well. The suits in fabrics range from Holland and Sherry to Dormeuil, Vitale Barberis Canonico and Roger La Viale. The handcrafted shirts too come in premium fabrics like Tessitura Monti, Raymond, Soktas, and Giza Classe.
The Founder Shyam Gupta was joined by his son Ravi Gupta a few years ago, to help the brand keep up with the dynamic trends in the industry. Ravi, who is now the Creative Director of Gargee Designer’s, has an impressive body of work including stints at labels like Karan Johar + Varun Bahl and Diwan Saheb. He also works for Bollywood celebs like Hrithik Roshan, Ranbir Kapoor, and Amitabh Bachchan. Later, joined by his younger brother – Rohan Gupta, who is the Managing Director of the brand and helps his brother in the business with his marketing aptitude.
Are you having trouble deciding which outfit to pick? The Delhi-based fashion label offers consultation, with Ravi Gupta, the creative director, guiding you through the process. You may choose from their diverse collection, whether it is you’re in need of a new suit for a client meeting or a stylish sherwani for a family gathering.