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Sikh News God, glory and gold: A portrait of Waris Ahluwalia

Discussion in 'Breaking News' started by Vikram singh, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. Vikram singh

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    Waris Ahluwalia can only be introduced with the aid of multiple slashes. American/Indian, designer/actor, beturbaned/bespoke, teetotaler/celebutante. On New York City’s dependably mercurial scene-and-be-seen barometer, Waris has been rising consistently. He’s the guy you know from The Darjeeling Limited, and he also owns House of Waris, a jewelry brand which retails at august institutions such as Bergdorf Goodman, Barneys and Phillips de Pury.
    Waris seems to have had a taste of it all. A niche in Hollywood, a sparkling design career, an evolved social conscience and a wardrobe to suit.
    How did he pull it off?
    "The universe," he confides, "has a voice. We have to listen. The door is open, and you just have to walk through that door." And that is the simple secret to Waris Ahluwalia’s remarkable position in life.

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