GQ solves dress codes in 2011 manual

06 Sep,2011

By A Correspondent

Men’s fashion and lifestyle magazine, GQ India unveils Style Manual 2011, a guide to dressing for Indian men. The issue attempts to be a complete head-to-toe style guide with advice to enable the modern Indian male to discover his own expression of style. The issue will hit the stands at a price of Rs 200.

Mr Che Kurrien, Editor, GQ India said, The GQ Style Manual is a collection of our best and most indispensable fashion advice under one roof  specifically directed at the Indian male. The idea behind bringing out a Style Manual is to help men figure out their own paths to stylishness, and as a means to that end, to demystify the sometimes esoteric world and confusing rules of men’s fashion. Mr Arjun Rampal is someone who exemplifies a distinct sense of personal style, which made the choice of our cover star very easy.

The issue will definitely appeal to the young urbanites who care about their dressing. GQ India’s Fashion Editor, Mr Vijendra Bhardwaj said, How one dresses is an integral part of how a man is perceived in today’s image-driven world, and having a sharp sense of style is a powerful weapon. Sharing his views on working with Mr Rampal, he added, Arjun has an imposing personality. He enjoys his clothes and his clothes flatter him. His wardrobe for the GQ India Style Manual shoot showcases different elements of men’s fashion and style, with a notable focus on ethnic wear and demystifying what’s informal and formal.


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