His work reveals his obsessive attention to detail, and epitomises simplicity and understated elegance.
With a passion for Indian crafts and handlooms, his collections often extensively feature those crafts, along with minimal design sensibility. Besides being responsible for creating beautiful ensembles including smart jackets, shirt dresses, tunics and gowns for women and crisp shirts and jackets for men, Rajesh also works with weavers to improve the way ‘Khadi’ is spun in the country. In 2008, the designer’s coveted collection featuring comfortable organza and cotton fabrics crafted in vibrant hues like fuchsia and corals was showcased at the Paris Fashion Week, while in 2009, he won the coveted GQ Designer Of The Year award.
This paved way for his popularity and rose him to prominence, resulting in many fruitful associations with established brands. He teamed up with stylist Ambika Pillai to design the cabin crew uniform for Indigo Airlines that is considered to be among the most stylish cabin crew uniforms in India and also tied up with TATA motors to contribute towards the design of the interiors of the TATA Manza sedan. One of the most trusted names in the business today, Rajesh Pratap Singh’s creations might have a global appeal, but remain passionately Indian.