Everything you should know about the Indian Maharaja who walked for Dolce & Gabbana
When 19-year-old prince of Jaipur Padmanabh Singh made his international modelling debut with designer duo Dolce & Gabbana wearing a kimono-styled blazer, million of hearts fluttered and some skipped the beats. The eldest son of princess Diya Kumari and Narendra Singh is the most stylish Indian prince to have walked at the Milan Fashion Week, recently.
Padmanabh aka Pacho is a professional polo player and has already made a name for himself in the field. No wonder the designers picked him to walk for the show, considering his inimitable sartorial choices. Moreover, his royal lineage adds a regal panache to the clothes he carries.
Here, we have picked five of his best looks decoding his unmatched style that makes him the next big thing in the world of fashion.
Tone on tone+ +
Matching two similar shades of blue with his turtle neck tee and blazer, Padmanabh accessorised this look well with a quirky pocket square. He is quite a poser, too, and these pictures bear a testimony of it.
Suited and booted
The Jaipur prince looks quite spiffy in suits. He knows the art of colour-blocking and mixing-matching well. In this look, he pairs a sky blue shirt with a navy blue blazer along with black trousers. And, don’t miss the shades!
Monochrome done right+ +
He carries his stately badge with sophistication. Padmanabh, makes sure that he looks dapper in a white bandhgala which he pairs with black trousers. His neat, slicked back hair looks oh-so perfect.
Cuban love+ +
While attending one of the shows during the Milan Fashion Week, he opted for a sheer black Cuban- collared shirt and teamed it with white trousers. He manifests a laid back sense of style, which is enviable as well as worth following.
Vision in white+ +
Making an impression in a striped formal shirt with white trousers, he attended the Giorgio Armani show in Milan. Those sunglasses are chic and we would want one in our closet too.