Fashion Designer - Not So Serious by Pallavi Mohan | Owner: Magnolia Martinique Clothing
Entrepreneur | Speaker
Pallavi Mohan, the visionary fashion designer behind "Not So Serious by Pallavi Mohan," has been an influential force in the industry since 2007. Her label is a harmonious blend of Western and Indian techniques, featuring captivating colors and mixed media that embody feminine sensibilities. Breaking the mold, Pallavi has created a distinctive style statement that sets her brand apart. With a consistent commitment to her signature style, Pallavi has spent the last 19 years establishing Not So Serious as a premium Indian fashion label. The brand made a remarkable debut at the Fashion Design Council of India and has since expanded its reach to renowned stores like Anthropology in the USA and UK, along with multiple boutiques across the Middle East, Europe, and India.
In addition to her role as a fashion designer and owner of Not So Serious, Pallavi is also the Company Owner of Magnolia Martinique Clothing Private Limited. Beyond the fashion realm, she serves as a Member of the Board of Trustees for Panchvati, an initiative catering to the special needs of elders, providing day care and stay facilities in a loving and caring environment.
Pallavi's journey is marked by a Bachelor of Arts in Textile from the University of the Arts London, honing her skills in fashion, garment manufacturing, and textiles at Chelsea School of Art & Design and Mussoorie International School.
The floral enchantment that characterizes Pallavi's designs has been a recurring theme for 15 years, culminating in her latest collection, 'My Journey…Just the Beginning.' Celebrating this 15-year milestone, the collection showcases meticulous craftsmanship, featuring 3D flowers, embellishments, and dreamy feathers.
In a recent interview, Pallavi shares her perspective on fashion as a statement of individuality, a celebration of craftsmanship, and a creation of timeless pieces. She emphasizes her dedication to creating classics that withstand changing trends, offering garments that people can cherish, reuse, and restyle.
Pallavi's insights on the global standing of Indian fashion reflect pride and optimism. She believes in maintaining the unique identity of Indian fashion, valuing artisans, handloom, and handcraft. With 15 years in the industry, she observes the evolution of fashion, noting the growing acceptance of Indian designers creating Western wear.
Pallavi Mohan's journey continues to shape the narrative of Indian fashion, blending tradition with innovation, and fostering a deeper connection to craftsmanship and individual expression.
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