Testimonials

"Rahul Mishra: Being Good and Doing Good; I have long thought that today's greatest fashion luxury is found in things touched by human hands. In their sophistication and craftsmanship, these clothes touched my heart. (REVIEWS SPRING2015)"

"Rahul Mishra, the Indian designer who goes far beyond his country's fashion clichés of vivid colours and sari prints, sent out one of those rare collections of quiet beauty . . .The delicacy of the knits, which were so fine that they could barely be identified as wool on the runway, was breathtaking. (REVIEWS FALL2015)"

SUZY MENKES (International Editor) VOGUE Worldwide

"As a designer Mishra is capable of capturing a unique sensitivity in his designs without diminishing the strength and power of a woman; this showcase proved to be no exception."

SCHÖN! MAGAZINE (GERMANY)

"It seems the fashion world agreed with the IWP judges' choice when his inaugural collection sold out in just three weeks at IWP retail partners, English department store Harvey Nichols and French clothing and accessory retailer Colette, a feat unheard of for a new designer."

THE LAND (AUSTRALIA)

"Rahul Mishra, Woolmark's winner, showed (debuted) a collection in Paris that was anything but a beginner's."

TIM BLANKS (Contributing Editor) STYLE.COM

"Rahul Mishra is one of the most exciting emerging fashion designers of the moment. The talented Indian designer has paraded on the catwalks of Paris, and was able to place his most important collections in the store in the world."

COSMOPOLITAN ITALIA

"Every major fashion evolution in womenswear needs its pied piper, whether it was the opulent post-war 'New Look' (Christian Dior) or 80s modernism (Giorgio Armani). Right now, here in India, the man playing the tune is Rahul Mishra. And thanks to the Woolmark Prize win he now has the international credibility and visibility to be an agent of change."

THE AUSTRALIAN

"Rahul Mishra's approach to building his burgeoning brand is rooted in his respect for the provenance of his materials, the sustainability of his production lines and the necessary preservation of India's traditional craftsmanship and its craftsmen and women."

BOF (Business of Fashion)

"Rahul is in good company. As Mr. McCullough reminded attendees this morning, Karl Lagerfeld and Yves Saint Laurent tied for the first Woolmark prize in 1954."

THE NEW YORK TIMES

"Rahul Mishra based his collection on the art of embroidery, which is typical of his culture, blending it with a modern and accurate technique, thus successfully highlighting the best and most peculiar features of his homeland."

FRANCA SOZZANI (Editor-in- chief VOGUE ITALIA)

"We were unanimous in our choice! Rahul has won because of his ability to apply his knowledge of embroideries through wool, one of the most versatile fibers with originality in an unexpected way."

FRIDA GIANNINI Creative Director, GUCCI

"I really loved Rahul. I thought his brain was exceptional and the way he gave the presentation was amazing."

ALEXA CHUNG

"The winner of the Woolmark Prize is Rahul Mishra from India. Will he be the next Karl Lagerfeld?"

VANESSA FRIEDMAN (THE NEWYORK TIMES)

"Mishra's six piece collection in Milan was no short of revolutionary. It debunked the myth that the Indian clothes were all about colors."

THE INDIAN EXPRESS

"Mishra Joins a list of exclusive designers including Karl Lagerfeld & Yves Saint Laurent as winner of wool mark Prize, securing him an illustrious career ahead."

MARIE CLAIRE ITALY

"I'm here for slow fashion. I want to slow down the process, to make jobs for more people," says Mishra, who is currently works with more than 500 families in the creation of his collections and sustainability is key to his brand philosophy."

VOGUE.CO.UK

"Sandwiched in-between Azzedine Alaia and Balenciaga on the first floor of luxury emporium Harvey Nichols is a new name: Rahul Mishra. Mishra's collection of small but perfectly formed dresses secured him the International Woolmark Prize. The prestigious award is in its 60th year and helped catapult the careers of Karl Lagerfeld and Yves Saint Laurent"

TELEGRAPH.CO.UK

"Mishra is shaping into one of the fashion circuit's poetic storytellers, and the quiet statement of personal intent feels all the louder in the ambient din."

NOWFASHION.COM

"Mishra's collection was a study in wool's infinite possibilities. Ornate decoration, made to look like beading, threaded embroideries and silk jacquards were crafted entirely from sheep's wool, while Mishra's eye-cracking patterns exploded over the body like broken mosaics."

WALLPAPER MAGAZINE

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