Co-founder and Designer behind premium shirt makers - Pezalli. A native of India, I was once a high-flying private banker at Citibank, where I worked for 7 years after obtaining my MBA from The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade.
After moving to Singapore with family, I became fascinated with the world of premium tailored menswear after attending lessons at Singapore's state of the art Lasalle College of Fine Arts, where I learned the art of shirt making from a Master tailor Thomas Wong- the then President of the Singapore Master Tailor Association.
My journey culminated in Pezalli, which makes top-end ready to wear and bespoke shirts for a wide range of clients out of its factory in Ghitorni, India.
I am also a style coach certified image consultant. After noticing strong demand by my bespoke clients for style advice, I set out to obtain style coach certification and graduated from the prestigious Style Coach Institute of Londonas an Image consultant.
The practice of Style Coach’s methodology is all about taking a scientific approach to looking good. Just like a doctor’s informed advice, I recommend perfect style recommendations through a detailed analysis of your body shape, skin tone, level of contrasts in your facial features, and your own unique style personality. My approach on personal styling is about enhancing body confidence while discovering your unique style.
Pezallihas the distinction of styling and dressing the panellists of the 9th edition of Forbes India CEO Dialogues, the leadership agenda held in Jan 2015 in Bangalore in Pezalli Shirts. I was also invited by Being Human to make bespoke shirts for Mr Malvinder Singh and Mr Shivender Singh of Fortis for a joint photo shoot with Salman Khan for the foundation for The Little Hearts Programme.
She has successfully conducted interactive sessions, trunk shows and workshops across the country and in Singapore before she moved to India. She is the face behind concept spectacle of Match Your Style- a collaborative showcase with other designers giving instant makers to guests.