Ravi Bajaj opens his innings with the вЂDandy MarchвЂ™ Show at "Van Heusen India Mens week" 1.30 pm on September 11th 2009.
And so believes Ravi Bajaj as he launches into a colourful and exotic journey that emotes an unashamed masculine sensuality and renewed virility. The use of luxurious materials, which support fluidity of body movement, creates the new age вЂdandyвЂ™, where the construction is android and experimental, the perfect amalgamation for his appropriately entitled collection, вЂDandy MarchвЂ™.
The colour palette ranges from ivory to black, with camel and plum predominating this season. The key pieces include tailored scarf jackets, lux velvet hoodies. French farming shirts, antique jamewar trousers and immaculate leathers with silky micro jacquards defining the dress code. A re-invented paisley pattern plays the muse.
Overall the collection emotes a mГ©lange of influences, past and present, which inspire to redefine the ultra modern traveler, as the range switches from retro chic to power dressing, to occasion wear and eventually luxury that empowers.
When a stalwart steps into the stream of commerce after deliberate resistance, the reason is a question, as is in the case of Ravi Bajaj who places implicit faith in the strength of the podium presented by Van Heusen.
He is a master of the concept of structure and construction. The silhouette of the Ravi Bajaj male has evolved from the hard-edged eighties executive style, to the softer, dandier look that is so popular today.
вЂDandy MarchвЂ™ reflects Ravi BajajвЂ™s commitment to excellence with which a garment is tailored, the fits and its emaculate finish.
Indeed the concept of Fashion Weeks in India, enjoys validation with the stepping in of the Master of Menswear in the Autumn of 2009, in the opening show of another вЂfirst everвЂ™ in his professional repertoire.