Kunal Rawal, the brand, was born out of one niggling thought: why was it that the millennial Indian man had a dizzying array of options when it came to western silhouettes that matched his personality, but no legit ones that emerged from his own motherland?
And so, Kunal Rawal, the designer, set out on the mammoth task of rectifying that.
The buzzword in 2019 around Kunal is angrogyny. “I’m definitely going to do androgynous women’s wear in 2019,” the designer has said.
He will share his viewpoints on Feminine Form on June 4, at 11:00 hours at Swedish Style Mumbai!
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