can even embellish the look with his amazing
shy about using modern fabrics like lycra, his gorgeous figure-hugging,
V-neck lycra jersey tunic features hand block-printed fabric
in red and black with gun-metal embroidered at the neck, on
the sleeves and at the hem. Made in India from 95% viscose and
5% spandex, this garment can be hand-washed in cold water. Length
59cms (23 inches). The jersey top is available in two styles:
round neck and v-neck.
sensational hand crinkled shot silk midi skirt finished at the
waist in Bal's trademark gun-metal embroidery is guaranteed
to be a staple fashion item in your wardrobe this winter. A
beautiful hipster-style feminine skirt that you will want to
wear again and again, the style is a flowing, feminine shape
with crinkled swirls at the based. Made in India from 100% Silk.
Dry Clean Only. Length 69cms (27 inches).
if you are a long skirt wearer, then his versatile, long jersey
skirt in black is fantastic teamed up with boots for this winter
and looks sensational with one of Rohit Bal's hand-embroidered
belts. Made in India from 95% viscose and 5% spandex, this garment
is Dry Clean only. The skirt features long side slits for ease.
Bal is the most celebrated designer in India today. Dubbed as 'India's
Master of fabric and fantasy' by Time Magazine, he now has an A-List
following with celebrities like Uma Thurman, Cindy Crawford, Pamela
Anderson, Naomi Campbell and Anna Kournikova as clients.
concerned with design as an art form, he draws upon history, fantasy
and folklore to create his masterpieces, which retail for up to
10,000 USD. Drawing on history, fantasy and folklore for inspiration,
the designer's sense of aesthetics is finely honed, with each of
his garments handcrafted to perfection with meticulous attention
to detail. He has access to the best the industry has to offer in
terms of materials and workmanship. He also has his own factories,
creating materials that are utterly unique to him.
from Delhi's St. Stephen's College with a first class (Hons.) degree
in History, the compulsive designer worked for few years with his
brother's export company. In1990 he created his first line - traditional
designer wear from men and the rest, indeed, is history.
has had successful stand alone fashion shows in New York, London,
Paris, Dubai, Singapore, Mauritius, Sao Paolo and all the major
cities in India including New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore,
Calcutta, to name a few.
has won many accolades including IFA Designer of the Year in 2001
and 2004. He was recently commissioned to revamp the uniforms for
the British Airways South Asian crew. Rohit was also recently credited
in the Daily Mail and Hello Magazine for dressing Nancy Dell'Olio
at the Asian Woman of Achievement Awards 2005.
Bal has six stand alone boutiques in Delhi, Bombay and Bangalore
as well as selling to the top independent stores across India. He
now wants to make his clothes more accessible and affordable, so
many more people will be able to buy and wear his clothes. This
he says "will make me happy."