Label Karan Arora is located at MGF Metropolitan Mall, Saket-Delhi. It is a perfect store for once who likes detailing in hand craftsmanship, the Karan Arora couture has deep indulgence with hand workmanships. The designer outfits at Label Karan Arora start from Rs. 50000 and goes up to Rs. 4,50,000.
In the small talk with Kahajaun, the founder Karan Arora gave us inside info about his label.
How would you describe your Label Karan Arora?
Owing to the experience gained over decades of family businesses in threads and embroidery works, the brand has made unimaginable intricacies and detailing in hand craftsmanship as its core along with hand woven textiles which makes Indian couture exquisite.
We are at constant endeavor reinvent the craft besides keeping its integrity intact. so there are no short cuts, each design frame undergoes months and months of
Our line of couture has deep indulgence with hand workmanships like nakshi Kantha, qashidaqari , Chikan Kari, gara, phulkari and an absolute form of Zardozi on various handwoven textiles like Jamdani, Katan, Tussar silk, cotton, Linens, Malda, Matka Resham, Geeecha Tussar from Bhagalpur in Bihar and Shantipur, Malda, Baluchar in West Bengal.
Which type of audience/shoppers should definitely visit the Karan Arora store?
With the complexity in the depth of the base product which revolves around handloom textiles and intricate regional craftsmanship, the product line around it requires communication of detail education amongst well exposed and mature mindsets who can differentiate and appreciate the labour and time-intensive nature of our base product. Hence over the years most of our patrons are the ones who are very educated and have in-depth understanding about art and craft.
What type of Collection do you have?
There are no rules guiding our design aesthetic, Just an inner indecisiveness in the hues of un-lived past with an absolute love for art and grandeur, our design work is an ultimate reflection of living the glory that is for now and forever. Our analogy intends to compliment the beauty of women than to substitute it with a strong sense of characterisation.
1. The LuXE Life
With deep indulgence into old-world charm the collection focuses on the finest craftwork of our Indian sub continent keeping an eye over today’s uptight essentials
From mesmerizing mirror work to intricacies of zari to ton- sur -ton hand- thread work in various forms, our bridal perspective is to create that is for now and forever.
2. Black and white jazz
Because the world is our playground and gone are those days where Indian couture is ‘influx’ state of mind.
The collection intended to glorify the substance and power modern lady in Indian traditional couture giving it an international edge with the combination of Colours that is master muse across the continents.
3.The golden lady
An idea is to communicate the experience of grandeur of
art when you wear KA. every ensemble depicts opulent architectural design imprints indulging into Mind boggling intricacies in detailing of various handworks.
4. Stitches of dreams
Kashida-kari, originating from Kashmir is a kind of hand embroidery that is known for the skilled execution of a single stitch. Single stitch, exorbitantly dense layout & a mix of zardozi highlighting manifests our new collection into an ensemble that is supreme, statuesque & ravishing.
5. The moonlight shadow
The grandeur of hand-done of chikankari in an impossible intricate design frame is an ode of Indian heritage and bespoke craftsmanship at its best
What is the price range of your designer outfits at Label Karan Arora?
It starts from 50,000 rs.and goes up to 4,50,000 rs
What type of ambiance you have created at your store?
Growing up in the early 90’s and being around Lutyens Delhi, my store takes back in colonial bylanes of the British era in India.
How did you end up being a designer?
I was meant to be doing this, though I have never studied it. Designing is extremely instinctive, effortless and joyful for me, hence me being it could have been the only possibility for me.
What is the favorite part of being a fashion designer?
Creating inimitable artwork and seeing my visualisations coming to life.
Which designers have been the biggest influences on you?
Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla, Ashdeen, Anjul Bhandari, and Sanjay Garg.
What aspects of the fashion industry would you like to change?
To free it from shackles of corporate greed and actors for paid advertisement. It kills true beauty, romance and passion.
How can users know more about your label? Website and social media handle?