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Mr. Dalal is an American-born fashion designer of South Asian descent. He specializes in designing menswear that is tailored using a variety of colors and patterns, of which the latter are India-inspired. This innovative technique echoes the style of Italian fashions, despite Dalal's ethnic background. He received the Perry Ellis Award in 1998 at the tender age of twenty-three for being the best new fashion designer for men. In addition to menswear, he also has a line of handbags and shoes. His family is active in his fashion label.
Mr. Dalal's fashions can be purchased through Barney's, Bloomingdale's, and Saks Fifth Avenue.
FROM THE BLOGS:
If you look like a model and have great photographer as a friend and you also happen to have a line of apparel, do you know what might be a good idea? It might be a good idea to have that friend take a photo of you looking like a model and post it on the internet. This photo, that I saw on a blog, actually looks like a Calvin Klein ad, which is interesting, given that it is a photo of someone selling something other than Calvin Klein.
What was also peculiar from the results was the existence of someone with this very same name, who is the CEO of Identacor. Identacor appears to be an identity theft prevention company. I don't know whether this designer is multi-talented enough to run both a clothing line and an identity theft prevention company or this is just some type of coincidence for what seems to be (to me, at least) an uncommon name.
Other than that, there is not much to talk about with these results, which themselves are only three pages. There's some random product placement in a blog and a few mentions of the designer's collaboration with the brother of a blogger and that's about it. There's also the one time mention of yet another person by this name who seems to have a budding career in metallurgy. Then we're just about done. It seems odd.
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