Campaign India Team
Jan 09, 2015

Things They Like: Harkirat Singh

Woodland's managing director, Harkirat Singh on how he's technology-smitten, his love for cars and more...

Things They Like: Harkirat Singh
Harkirat Singh is another ‘victim of technology’. The managing director of Woodland says his smartphone and tablets have become indispensable. He’s a self-confessed technology loyalist, and the phone he’s using is an iPhone 6. He reasons, “I appreciate how forward thinking Apple is and that they set the pace for the industry, also their products exist in perfect harmony.”
He also labels himself a car enthusiast. He owns a ‘mix’ of SUVs and luxury sedans, but his hatchback, the Volkswagen Beetle, is his most enjoyable ride. Singh would want to add a Bentley to his ‘fleet’ of cars.
When it comes to perfumes, he prefers Hugo Boss’ fragrances. His sunglasses brand is Maui Jim. He suggests these glasses are perfect for outdoor adventures and for everyday wear and also calls it a ‘must have’ for all enthusiasts.
On his wrist you’ll find a ‘beautiful gold’ Rolex with a blue lapis stone in the dial.
At a party you’ll find Singh wearing a blazer with a ‘comfortable tailored shape shirt’ and jeans. His shirt brand of choice is Hugo Boss. No surprise with his choice of shoes, as Singh stays loyal to Woodland.
When it comes to holidays, he doesn’t pick a single destination. He says he loves exploring new places, but has a special space for visiting a place for a second time. He says, “By revisiting an old place at another time you are likely to see it in different weather, and perhaps enjoy different activities according to the changing seasons.”
(This article appeared in the 9 January issue of Campaign India)
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