Started my career in India early in my teen years. Then I joined The Synthetic & Art Silk Mills' Research Association (SASMIRA), one of the best institutes in India. From there I got my Diploma in MAN-MADE TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY (DMTT) and Diploma in MAN-MADE TEXTILE CHEMISTRY (DMTC). After some time, being impressed by the English style, I continued my studies for years in some of the best designer schools in London. I started working under the best tailors in London, who specialize in bespoke tailoring. I had a lot of clients from various parts of the world. After London, I worked in Paris and Belgium.
In 2003, we opened our salon in the Gostinniy Dvor. The salon is decorated in the English king Edward's style. The whole process took more than 6 months, but the result is worth it. As designers and craftsmen of tailoring business, we have brought in aware combination of sound technology and cultural and traditional essence of the English tailors, representing two worlds. Having started our careers quite successfully at a very young age, we found out that we can easily bridge the generation gap. We mix our broad experience, advanced technology and style. Being the experts of an wonderful craftsmanship, giving an intriguing image for all different age groups and professions.
Born and raised in the city of Indore in the southern India, where his parents had moved from Pakistan. You know, the Indian families are very big, strong and supportive. If one cousin organizes a successful business on the other side of the world, then he either feeds all the other relatives in India or takes them to his work and expanding the business.
It happened to me in this way, too. My cousin had a sewing business in Hong Kong, then in Africa, then in Brazil, then in Belgium - the years of the 90ths came, and he had a feeling that time had come to start making clothes for diplomats in Moscow. So I came here, after graduating from Tailor & Cutter's London School.