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Haute Turban:
Ace French Designer Jean Paul Gaultier's Sikh-Inspired Men's Fashion Line DEEPTI JHAKAR

With his spring/summer 2013 menswear collection showcased in Paris, Gaultier of Hermès shows that his love for Punjabi style is no fleeting romance.

The Turbanist at the Photo Shoot JASVINDER SINGH TIWANA

I get a lot of calls for my services. I’ve since  been asked to tie turbans at weddings, funerals, film festivals, corporate and educational events, but strangely, no bar mitzvahs! 

A Distinguished Gentleman
Jagmeet Singh TORONTO VERVE

Not only did he catch our attention in his sharp Garrison Bespoke blazer, we couldn't help but admire his handsome Gazelle bike. ...

Leading Fashion Designer of India:
Sikh-Indian J.J. Valaya ASHIMA BATISH

His store is an extension of his creativity. Each collection occupies a specific area. Where creations are not placed against the wall, the framed photographs clicked by him are hung.

What Is "1469"? by SAIMI SATTAR

An incident in Florence, Italy, planted the seed of an idea and marked the beginning of their clothing store, "1469", named after the year of birth of Guru Nanak.

Bhavneet Kaur Ahuja:
Chandigarh's New Fashion Designer by JAGMEETA THIND JOY

Her label ‘BK’, launched over a year ago, offers a refreshing choice with practical yet stylish, trendy yet comfortable line of suits and tunics in pure cotton.

Striking a Conversation: Jagmeet Singh Sethi at TurbanInc by AREZOU REZVANI

If the spheres of fashion and religion seem disparate and distant, it is this 22-year-old's apparel company, Turban Inc., that has brought the two seemingly distinct worlds together.

How Handsome Is Thy Turban:
A Survey on Dating Turbaned and Bearded Sikhs by SAHIB SINGH

I did some research and interviews within the young, female Sikh demography in the West to get a better inkling as to what Sikh girls are really thinking about turbans and beards.

Black Magic:
Sahiba J. Singh, The Chic Couturier of Chandigarh by JAGMEETA THIND JOY

The Chandigarh-based designer and stylist who specialises in Sikh trousseau-wear for women and men, has loved working with black in all her collections.

Looking - And Being - Good is What Sikhi Is All About by SAHIB SINGH

Rather than wearing my usual black turban every day, I gradually started to match my clothes. I noticed a change almost immediately in those around me.

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