The Gentlemen’s Edition pop up wooed the city’s men once again


The Gentlemen’s Edition was India’s first of its kind event For Men only and has taken on the mantle to be the best guide for men’s sartorial needs. The Gentlemen’s Edition addresses an audience of discerning, fashion conscious males with a unique formula that covers everything a man would covet- luxury, lifestyle and fashion under one roof.

After a successful first show last year, The Gentlemen’s Edition was back in a bigger and better form at the luxurious and state of the art Porsche Centre Mumbai at Prabhadevi.
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The Gentlemen’s Edition presented a fine mix of bespoke suits, shirts, Indian wear, styling accessories, leather products and grooming essentials all keeping in mind the latest styles and trends. Also present were e a special range of gadgets, curios and prints that men love as a statement making acquisition.
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It seemed to be the perfect answer to the needs of today’s urban, metrosexual male and fashion loving male.

Adding to the carefully curated mix of what men want was the range of luxury cars at the Porsche showroom. A Red Porsche 911, says it all.
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The men’s Wear Labels included brands like Vaibhav Singh, Arjun Khilachand, Vanity Homme, Baystitch, Amit Wadhwa, Homa, Threads & Shirts, Zegdo to name a few.

The men’s Accessory Labels included the Tie Hub, BeBajrang, Vibrance and Viari along with footwear labels like Vetro Power, Achilles Heel and Daponair.

Upping the dapper quotient, was a showcase of edgy products from SEVENFRIDAY, which are in the business of making watches from functional to fashionable.
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Another highlight was a designer menswear installation by leading stylist Akshay Tyagi, presenting the hautest looks for the season. Akshay was also present to lend his styling and personal shopping expertise to help men navigate through the vast collection.
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The E-spoke Studio by men’s footwear designer Nirali Ruparel allowed men to design their own footwear on a virtual platform and see the 3D image of the end product.

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