OWN­ING THEIR STYLE

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Chaz Singh Fliy, UK based film­maker and pho­tog­ra­pher looks ev­ery bit chic in his das­taar cre­atively paired with a but­ton-down shirt, bow-tie, waist coat and a denim jacket. His pho­to­graphs were shown at a crit­i­cally ac­claimed ex­hi­bi­tion in Lon­don ti­tled The Singh Project that fea­tured tur­baned Sikh men from across pro­fes­sions and age groups. Apart from pay­ing an awe-in­spir­ing trib­ute to the head­gear that sym­bol­ises virtues such as hon­our, courage and ho­li­ness for Sikhs, the ex­hi­bi­tion also show­cased how tur­baned Sikhs have plenty of fash­ion in­spi­ra­tion for men who want to own their style.

Pradeep Singh Bahra, Lon­don fash­ion blog­ger

My blog aims to nor­mal­ize the im­age of a man with a tur­ban and a beard. Tur­bans and style team very well, more so if you want to be your­self. One does not jeop­ar­dise the in­tegrity of the other

Chaz Singh Fliy, UK based film­maker and pho­tog­ra­pher

I wear an adapted dhamala style tur­ban. The Dhamala tur­ban is worn by the Sikh Ni­hangs who rep­re­sent Sikh war­riors. This tur­ban style re­flects ev­ery­thing I stand for. I would like to see the fash­ion world con­tinue en­cour­ag­ing cul­tural fash­ion and making it more cos­mopoli­tan

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