SARAB KHANIJOU the eponymous designer Menswear label by the New Delhi based fashion designer offers high end Bespoke Westerns & Indian Couture for the Modern Man. Formally launched in 2011 as ‘Stitch by Sarab Khanijou’ this popular menswear label by the talented young Indian designer Sarab Khanijou, has carved a niche for itself in the art of Bespoke luxury menswear and evolved into the more dynamic and luxurious menswear label ‘SARAB KHANIJOU’ a few years later. The designer label creates high end ensemble’s and lines of menswear within the Bespoke Westerns and Indian Couture segments, and focuses on offering the wearer a world class menswear experience through excellence in classic and structured design, detailing, quality and dressing experience but, with a contemporary edge. The label strives to give the stylish and discerning Modern Man of today a genre of ‘Contemporary Classics’ through the ‘SARAB KHANIJOU’ design experience. The designer menswear label prides itself on creating understated and stylish menswear and caters to a wide spectrum within the affordable and ready to wear Prêt segment, as well as a more luxurious ‘Bespoke Westerns’ and ‘Indian Couture’ space. The luxury western Prêt line of shirts, jackets, waist coats, suits, formals and more also cover the finer details like pocket squares, ties, bow-tie’s, lapel pins, collar pins, brooches and cufflinks too. While the Indian Prêt and Couture line of Kurtas, Bandi Jackets, Bandhgala’s, Sherwani’s, and concept designs like the concept ‘Khanijou Bandhgala’, ‘Khanijou Kurta’ ensembles or even the Short Jodhpuri sets can be completed with customized footwear, accessories and head gear to match as per the occasion. Sarab’s creations are well known for his textural play with fabrics, understated surface embellishments with zardozi, and various types of surface embroidery techniques. His classic design sensibilities are always combined with a breathtaking pop of colour or a stand out design placement while adhering to the minimalistic design contours. Whether it’s a bright foral print, a subdued motif or even the classic plaids, or textured hues of charcoal black, midnight blue, beige or pastels, the designer’s inclination towards the ‘contemporary classics’ gives rise to a look that not only stands out but exudes style and finesse and is a cut and class apart.