Designer Paul Smith to visit Delhi

Friday, 13 April 2012

British fashion designer Sir Paul Smith will be in the Capital on April 23. He plans to tour the city as widely as possible. Smith, who last visited Delhi a few years back, is excited to visit again. Smith, 65, owner of the fashion line, Paul Smith, was also the creative director of the Oscar-nominated movie, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, and has designed stamps for the London Olympics 2012.

He plans to explore Old Delhi and other city hotspots such as Hauz Khas Village and Khan Market, and his own store at DLF Emporio Mall. The Paul Smith shops reflect the character of Paul and his designs, an unmistakable Englishness augmented by the unexpected. The shops house the Paul Smith collections and an extensive selection of jewellery, books, art, antiques and an array of interesting and beautiful products. Work of British designers is often showcased alongside Paul’s personal collections of art or curios.

Paul Smith is a global name. The collections are wholesaled to 35 countries. Paul Smith shops are located in London, Nottingham, Paris, Milan, New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, the Philippines, Korea, Kuwait, UAE – and over 299 throughout Japan. Paul remains fully involved in the Japanese business, designing the clothes, choosing the fabrics, approving the shop locations and overseeing every development within the company. Paul Smith also has impressive and diverse showrooms in London, Paris, Milan, New York and Tokyo.