Payal Jain, a name synonymous with classic and timeless contemporary clothing started her humble journey to the acme of couture from the lanes of Delhi, imbibing and romancing the art and fashion. It was in 1993 that she graduated from Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, California and returned home to start her career in fashion when it was inchoate. The love for arts and skills to market her product ushered Payal to the top notches of fashion in a very short time.

Meanwhile, Payal keep enriching her designs with cross cultural exchanges by interpreting various themes and moods in her own signature way. A strong foundation in neo classical aesthetics couples with an unparalleled standard of perfection in production is the essence of Payal’s designs. With clean, clear silhouettes and an extraordinary sense of style, her designs speak an international language.

In the past few years, Payal has been actively involved in the renaissance for the revival of handicrafts some of which are on the verge of extinction. Payal has worked tirelessly in tiny villages across Rajasthan, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Bihar to integrate their design into mainstream. She has come a long way in providing an international platform for dying crafts by reinventing them in newer and exciting forms.

While maintaining a great understanding of international trends and haute couture, Payal also has a client base in the corporate design space where she combines functionality with style to create uniform for prestigious hotels, hospitals, corporate houses and schools across the globe. Her vast international clientele include hospitality groups such as Hyatt, Four Seasons, Shangrila, Aman Resorts, Leela, Radisson etc. Besides, her ensembles have found a market all over the world as she sells from some of the best stores in India, USA, Europe, U.A.E and South East Asia.

Payal has also launched her book on fashion studies giving an insight into the fashion world and serving as a knowledge bank for students.

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