Kiran Uttam Ghosh has been a part of the Indian Fashion Week from its inception, having also presented her collection at Rome Couture Week with a well received ramp show.
She trained with British designer Jasper Conran in London.
Kiran is a designer who has defied categorization. Her silhouettes and characteristic textures refuse to be bracketed by terms such as Eastern or Western.
God is in the details for her. There are designers who are forever pushing the boundaries, testing themselves with flights of imagination that result in brilliant new forms, edgy combinations of style and fabric that balance commerce and yet take creativity to new levels. To that end, Kiran Uttam Ghosh's clothes give her a global citizenship.
Her label, Kiran Uttam Ghosh, has a pret line steeped in practicality and a couture collection dipped in a certain classical charm.
She retails trans continentally with her presence in 8 countries and fashion stores all over India
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Red is one of those unafraid colours whose strength I admire. It is my favourite. My Collections and my evening wardrobe are more than fifty-percent red: I follow Bill Blass's mantra: "When in doubt, wear red". I am sallow and skinny and the colour red makes all the difference to the way I look on a good day. Even my favourite pair of shoes is red satin peep-toes. They lift the spirit of my dullest outfits. Red can be classy, it can be slutty and it can be somewhere in between.