The Hottest Indian Summer Fashion Event Of 2009 With Baljas & Arana of Mayfair

Having dressed the likes of Beyonce and The Pussy Cat Dolls to name but a few, Rocky S encouraged the most influential people across the international business and fashion communities to attend his show at The Dorchester with his beautiful designs.


Monday was the new Friday last week as the glamorous crowd at The Dorchester enjoyed a jaw dropping private fashion show from international designer Rocky S. His new designs wowed the audience with modern twists to a traditional style. Rocky S also combines modern India with western fashion and his audience certainly appreciate his work. His new line of clothes for the modern woman caused a storm with many attendees requesting to reserve certain items at the show. 


Baljas & Arana are proud to announce their exclusive signing of the Rocky S fashion house. Already a dominant force in the Indian and Middle Eastern fashion markets, Rocky S can now lay claim to the best of Europe. Having opened Milan Fashion Week and showed at Paris Fashion week, the Rocky S fashion house is rightly enticing a huge international following.


These two young entrepreneurs based in Mayfair, who also represent JJ Valaya, 11.11, Jatin Varma and Rockmay, made such a big impression with this being their first event that everyone is talking about it. They are also planning to launch other high profile Indian designers under their umbrella. The move comes as big name designers in the West like Aquascutum, Neil Barrett and Alexander McQueen are taking inspiration from India for their latest collections.


Amongst the fashionistas were Jade Jagger, Kele Le Roc and Sir Philip Green with daughter Chloe.


Rocky S said, “I loved the international crowd and I’ve never had a response like that after a show – it was truly amazing. I need to thank Baljas & Arana for all their support with my brand. I’m proud to be part of their portfolio of designers based in India and we’re all excited about bringing our fashion to the West.”


The outfits from the show are available to buy