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Now, fashion exhibition exclusively for men

Mumbai is going to host The Gentlemen's Edition 2016, a curated lifestyle exhibit for men.

By: IANS | Mumbai |
October 6, 2016 9:33:15 pm
armani-male-model-759 Gentlemen fashion show. (File)

Gone are the days when fashion and lifestyle exhibitions used to primarily cater to women as now Mumbai is going to host The Gentlemen’s Edition 2016, a curated lifestyle exhibit for men.

To be held at the Porsche Centre on October 16, this first-of-its-kind event for men only promises to give options to the men’s sartorial needs.

Founded by entrepreneur Vinisha Jain, The Gentlemen’s Edition addresses an audience of discerning, fashion forward males with a unique formula that covers everything a man would covet – luxury, lifestyle and fashion, said a statement.

After a successful first show last year, this season will see a fine mix of bespoke suits, shirts, Indian wear, styling accessories, leather products and grooming essentials.

“While this season sees a glut of pop-ups and exhibitions, there is not a single platform that addresses the needs of today’s urban, metrosexual and fashion-loving male! With The Gentlemen’s Edition, we’d like to change that and put the spotlight on men and fulfilling their fashion, lifestyle and grooming needs,” said Jain.

Some of the brands that will participate in the exhibition are Raisson D’etre by Govinda Mehta, Vaibhav Singh, Bellani S. Bespoke Tailors, Arjun Kilachand, Vanity Homme, Bushido Denim, Baystitch, Amit Wadhwa, Threads & Shirts and Monsieur M.
Men’s accessory labels like The Gentleman’s Community, The Tie Hub, BeBajrang, Vibrance and Viari along with footwear labels like Daponair, Vetro Power are also going to participate.

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