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Anjana Bhargav

In the evolving Indian fashion landscape, Anjana Bhargav has carved a niche, for herself. She is best categorized as a woman who designs for individuals with 'substance', She insists on designing "real clothes" for "real women".

Initially on an extremely small level, Anjana started designing for her friends. Armed with a formal degree in Textile Designing and Pattern cutting combined with an inherent sense of aesthetics, Anjana was encouraged by the overwhelming response she got. She established Studio A, a design studio in New Delhi. She launched her first collection at a fashion show in 1994 with Bina Ramani, one of India's leading designers and pioneer of the Indian Fashion Industry. This was soon followed by a solo fashion show 'An Indian Summer', which was held at the prestigious UNESCO Hall in Paris. Since then, Anjana has had several showings in Sharjah, London, Kathmandu and New York along with showings of her collections in New Delhi.

Anjana was recommended by the Ministry of External Affairs to represent 'Women Entrepreneurs' at the OECD Conference held in Paris in the year 2000, where over 300 women entrepreneurs across the globe shared their experiences.

The Anjana Bhargav label reflects silhouettes where each collection has an inspiration, with accessorized garments as her hallmark. Her collections present an exclusive range of embroideries on romantic fabrics, thus recreating the splendour of an ancient era. Her designs resurrect patterns and skills of ancient arts into the rhythm of modern life, keeping the accent always on comfort, wearability and affordability. The penchant is always on minimalistic styles that extend easy wearability and understated elegance. Not merely celebrities, but individuals who are achievers like Arundhati Roy, Shahnaz Hussain, Dr. Kiran Bedi, Shubha Mudgal, Romy Dev, Feroz Gujral and Femina Miss India Asia Pacific first runner up Divya Chauhan, are some of her clientele.

Anjana has been actively designing for the Usha International group of companies. Usha International has the largest network of Usha sewing schools across the country. She has been commissioned to upgrade and develop the curriculum for the Usha International Fashion Institute.

Anjana's creativity is not restricted to fashion alone, but extends to interior designing as well. She has to her credit projects as diverse as private homes and farmhouses to commercial establishments including the revamping of the New Delhi Stock Exchange. Here again her designs reflect her creative yet practical approach.

Anjana's recent venture is Perfect 10, the complete personality institute, a first-of-its-kind, not only in the capital but also in the region. Perfect 10 is about grooming, appearances, conduct and a sense of style. Anjana's fifteen years of passionate involvement with lifestyle designing imparts a distinct and discerning touch to the Perfect 10 institute. Her shows also reflect her quest for individuality. In October 2000 she unveiled her Fall/Winter 2000 Collection paying tribute to mothers and daughters. Some of New Delhi's most distinguished mothers and daughters showcased her collections. In April 2000 along with the ambassadors of several countries, she organized a show where Latin American girls modelled her outfits for 'Udayan' a trust for orphaned and abandoned children.

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