In M?

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Milind Soman was spotted again wearing a look that he also wore on the ramp at the Mai Mumbai show at LFW. My suspicions are that these designs are from his new fashion line ‘M” started by him and textile designer Madhu Jain.

Says Milind about the label: “The whole idea is to promote rich Indian tradition and work that is losing its charm, so we are here to revive our traditional heritage. Madhu will be doing the designing part and I will focus on marketing but together we will do the selection of design. It will be team work.”

I don’t know if any other man can pull this look off with ease but Milind sure does! (Hell, did I ever care about what he wore as long as he kept that face clean! ;) Thank god, the bearded long hair phase is over!)


Left: Milind Soman For ‘Mai Mumbai’ at Lakme Fashion Week, Mumbai
Right: Milind Soman at AsiaSpa Awards in Delhi

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani
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  1. the left dupatta is a Mangalgiri weave (Nandita Das wore a saree of the same kind and combo with a godawful orange blouse a while ago); the one on the right I think is an Orissa weave, probably a Bomkai or a Sambalpuri… so yes, Madhu Jain all over. Yum idea to have such a hot in-house brand ambassador!

  2. milind looks yum. agree with payal, i’m glad that he got rid of his beard. clothes are lovely. it’s good to see people championing our traditional textiles.

  3. i love traditional clothes on guys..n u can c a lot of guys wearin traditional clothes to on ceremonies or may b kurta wid jeans as causal wear…but these are simple ott…ok milind looks good n can carry it off..ut jus wonderin how many guys wus prefer wearin thses weird outfits..n the black it a tradiitonal outfit or they jus designed it n added a duppata for a ethnic look…?n the dupatta in the 2 way is wat too feminine for me…

  4. Hahahaha….so happy to know that many more find him HAWT! Love him in the black kurta/robe….ì love me a guy twice my age. Tee hee.

  5. i think these clothes would look fine off the ramp. i’d love to see more indian guys wearing trad outfits. it looks refined and elegant. milind looks so good.


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