Akshay Narvekar: The cuffs and collar man7 min read . Updated: 15 Dec 2018, 12:44 AM IST
The founder of Bombay Shirt Company tells Mint about setting up a fashion brand one stitch at a time, and how he wants to be a democratic brand
Akshay Narvekar was nearing his 30th birthday when he walked into his parents’ room and told them he was quitting his job and going independent. It was a big deal because his parents, both doctors, had always been keen that Narvekar follow a conventional career path.
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