Gopal Singh is a fashion designer from Jaipur, Rajasthan. He designs for both men and women. Today India is a renowned nation famous for its elegant woman’s attire named “Saree” and the fabric. Today, Indian Fashion designers are well-known faces in the International Fashion Industry. The Indian fabric and Indian textile are equally popular and in demand in international markets.Gopal Singh an ace fashion designer, who creates the garment for the socialites and celebrities, Politicians, is known for his extravagant and larger-than- life creations. He designs not only for the Pretty Young Things but also for the dapper dudes. Along with the bridal and ethnic wear, he designs shirts, jackets, and skirts for men. His cuts and designs are not only amazing but they are practical too. He frequently uses rich fabrics like velvet, brocade and his designs are elaborate, inspired by the Indian grandeur and royalty.
Gopal Singh opened a flagship store ‘Virasat’ in Khatipura, as well as stores in Jhotwara. Gopal Singh is one of Jaipur’s leading Fashion designers who has not only made a name for himself in men’s fashion but also Women’s fashion.He has gone on to becoming one of the most sought after designers and stylists of the Fashion industry of Rajasthan. In fact, he is not only popular in Rajasthan but has also been widely acclaimed for his creativity and limitless sense of designing abroad.
Gopal Singh has made a name for himself as one of the most original and inspired designers working today. The revolutionary fusion of traditional crafts and contemporary haute couture generates an alluring, urbane, one-of-a-kind handiwork is the signature of the House of Virasat. allowing the valued artistic processes to live on despite the pressures of globalization. Gopal Singh innovative and groundbreaking styles assure the majestic era of royal Rajasthan will continue to reign well into the present.
Practicality and affordability are most important. I keep that in mind while designing, said Gopal Singh. He tries to safeguard the Indianness through his design while at the same time trying to strike a balance between contemporary, Indian designs.