Rahul Sigh is a phenomenon that’s taking over the fashion industry one magnificent design at a time. His work is practical, yet catches attention while making a statement. The wear-ability factor about his designs are what makes them so popular and sought-after. This alumnus of NIFT, New Delhi with a PG in Fashion & Textile has also been a prized member of Fashion Design Council of India since 2008. Having worked for the who’s who in the world of fashion like Rohit Bal, Abu Jani, Sandeep Khosla he learnt the tricks of the trade only to move on to bigger and better things.
Once armed with the know-how of his field he brought out his creativity and showcased it to the world under his own name. His name has certainly built a standing for himself with the amount of work he has put into it. He has been busy designing wardrobes for the finest of the film fraternity like Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Dimple Kapadia and many others. He has also been an entrusted stylist for some of the finest Bollywood artists like Manoj Bajpayee, Zyed Khan and many more.
His portfolio includes styling the entire cast of the movie “Allah KeBande” that was directed by Faruq Kabeer shot in Bhandup, as well as the movie “Open My Heart Wide” in 2010 which was shot in Mumbai.
His portfolio seems to quite diverse besides being star-studded (pun intended) and he has had the pleasure of representing the country recently at the 8th International Thai Silk celebration, which was held at Thailand in 2018.
Some of his featured work collections are:
– Delhi Fashion week, 2008, fall/winter collection
– Wills India Fashion week, 2010, fall/winter collection
– Lakme India Fashion week, 2010, festive fall collection
– Wills India Fashion week, 2011/12, fall/winter collection
– Wills India Fashion week, 2012, Spring/summer collection
– Nivea Fashion week (Europe) 2012, Spring/ Summer collection
– Wills India Fashion week, 2013, S/S collection
– Represented India (NIFT) in Seoul Fashion Festival, 2014
– Wills India Fashion week, 2015, S/S collection
– Jabong Fashion week, 2015, Summer collection
– Amazon India Fashion week, Autumn Winter 2018
Rahul’s latest collection at the Lotus Make-up India Fashion week, Spring Summer 2019 looks fresh and enchanting as it showcases the use of Shibori technique. Rahul revives the age old yet extremely popular Japanese indigo dying techniques. Shibori also found its way to plenty of other Asian sub continents as well. With his vibrant mix of traditional and modern folk inspired collection that has a play of patterns Rahul beckons you to take that beach holiday and grab all the attention when wear one of his numbers. While his designs have a lot of flowy fabrics, they definitely don’t neglect structure and present a beautiful contrasting harmony of the two. These designs are practical and give serious lounge-wear vibes with comfort being kept in mind. There is definitely more where this came from, Rahul keeps bringing out aces from up his sleeve.