Indian Designers Who Played Santa To Justin Bieber

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(Source: Daily Mirror)

“No matter who you are, there is a purpose for you.” – Justin Bieber

The eagerly anticipated Purpose Tour of Justin Bieber in India has finally come to an end. The show was a huge success with the Canadian pop sensation, giving us back-to-back hits with a power packed performance; the paparazzi and the press, Bollywood stars flocking in to see the concert, not to mention the screaming fans that went wild to catch a glimpse of the millennial music icon. The Grammy Award winner closed his debut concert in India with one of his most popular hit songs, ‘Sorry’ and left us wanting for more. Earlier in the day before his gig, Justin visited the slums in Mumbai to interact with underprivileged children. He was also seen teaching them a thing or two about football and giving high fives to his adorable tiny fans. But that’s not all. Some of the biggest names in the Indian fashion circuit have come together bearing gifts for our dear Justin. Designers like Anamika Khanna, Rohit Bal, Varun Bahl, Krishna Mehta, Amit Aggarwal, Manav Gangwani and Riddhima Kapoor Sahni have all demonstrated their goodwill and affection for this millennial sensation through their art. Indian Sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, also showered his love on the music mogul with a personally autographed Sarod.

Varun Bahl curated some Indian musical instruments for the music sensation. This Tabla set and the Sitar are specially made for Justin, with floral motifs in raw silk and gold embellishment.


(Source: The Indian Express)


Manav Gangwani’s Sneakers and Cap with peacock and snake motifs will sure look dapper on the singer.

 (Source: The Indian Express)


Rohit Bal’s hand crafted black Biker Jacket with Swarovski crystals. It also features Indian musical instruments and flower motifs.


(Source: The Quint)


Riddhima Kapoor Sahni’s diamond and platinum neckpiece, encrusted with red gemstones, for Justin’s mother.

(Source: The Quint)


An Indo-western formal shirt, with metallic thread detailing by Krishna Mehta.


(Source: The Indian Express)

Amit Aggarwal handcrafted a recycled Khadi jacket for the singer.


(Source: The Indian Express)

Sarod legend Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, gifted a personally autographed Sarod to the music mogul.

(Source: The Indian Express)



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