Indian couturier and artist Gaurav Gupta established his brand in 2004 after graduating from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. In over 18 years of work, the designer has created an original universe, Indian in essence and boundless in form.

Gaurav’s installation “Tunnel of Infinity” was part of Santati, a traveling art exhibition commemorating the 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, which opened at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Mumbai. Gupta has collaborated with Vogue and IBM to create India’s first garment based on Artificial Intelligence.

The brand’s sculptural silhouettes regularly appear on such prestigious events as Oscars, Emmys, at the Cannes Film Festival, etc.

The designer loves to play up his fashion shows, achieving the maximum effect for the viewer while using lighting design techniques, sculptures, immersive theater and experiential poetry.

This year, the first show of Gaurav Gupta took place as part of the Paris Haute Couture Week. The designer referred to mythology, fantasy and surrealism. The frozen strokes of the dancing wind made of handmade gold and silver fabrics depict what is called “shunya” in Sanskrit, and in translation it means “zero” or vice versa “infinity”.