1. I know it’s a bridal collection but there’s so much going on here. It’s like let me add ALL the design elements I know of in 15 outfits plus sequins!

  2. Few are good. But some are fugly. The one on Prateik, that’s some nasty velvet and bling combo. I don’t know if any celebrity or non would actually wear any of these for their wedding.

  3. Except the yellow sari, everything else looks like one hot mess. And I would wear that yellow sari…maybe to someone else’s Sangeet. I am not sure what a free-spirited bride is based on this collection – someone who had glitter and random colors thrown all over her?

    Also, the last outfit Sophie has on – why is that blouse panel until where it is? That’s the oddest length!

  4. My eyes were all over the place. Couldn’t focus. Chaotic is just one of the not so flattering words to use in her case

  5. Gaaak! The strapless-looking tops with the sheer parts look like adds for suit fabric where the model drapes the unsewn pieces across her chest so you can visualize what the kameez looks like. Probably not a good reaction to a finished collection.

  6. Free-spirited doesn’t mean “tacky,” does it? The name’s collection evokes a much different image than what is really presented. Yikes!

  7. this looks like a mix of all the left over mirrored cushion covers at trinket shops in carol bagh sewn together ‘inspired by’ Helen’s dancer outfits and coolots. only person with a free spirit here is the ‘designer;’ so free there’s nothing to make of it.

  8. Crass, ugly, tacky… I could go on. Rina Dhaka should take a bow & retire. She’s been consistently bad for many years in a row. Every time I dare enter her stores, I see rubbish hanging. There are so many talented, fabulous designers- wonder why anyone would bother shelling out big bucks for her crap.


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