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  1. pdaervo at | | Reply

    AGREE Anamika Khanna is lovely. As much as I love Sonam, I’m sort of happy that she didn’t have time for the show (did anyone else walk for Miss Khanna?) because I think a lack of “celebrity appearances” give the collections more credibility.
    Buttons, by nature of the name, are just cute- and I like the idea. I’m also interested to see how the collection plays out.
    And velvet for spring? I don’t get it :/

  2. Swishy Set at | | Reply

    Anamika Khanna is my favourite so far.

  3. TumHum at | | Reply

    i absolutely luv the green/yellow and blue Anand Bhushan dresses on the far right

  4. T at | | Reply

    Anamika Khanna .. for sure ( looks like she was the only big name showing on day two)

    I actually like Aneeth Arora’s ‘Pero’ collection . very wearable for the common woman … understated , subtle and organic …

    1. girlie at | | Reply

      I second you.

  5. ID at | | Reply

    I think the collection tagged Anand Bhushan is Sudhir And Tapash’s Stae. Please check.

  6. KS at | | Reply

    i quite liked what bhushan has done, but only the first 2 pics happen to be his, the other 3 are i think of some other designer. the way he treats his flowers are amazing. that is the sheer brilliance of bhushan!
    and i love pero also. very boho. who is this a new designer?

  7. OMG!!! at | | Reply

    OMG! come on~!!!!! get rid of the first two freeeekin pics from Sudhir and Tapash…..do ya realllllllyyyyy think they are anand’s…!!!!!??????? *faint*

  8. seriously! at | | Reply

    Pero is brilliant, it is honest and wearable.
    What do you mean by advantage? do you mean full advantage in terms of overly embroidered surfaces that scream ‘INDIAN HANDICRAFT’. Yeah I thought you might…..
    By the way do you shop at Lajpat Nagar? or are you cooler… and go to bandstand instead?

  9. Deep at | | Reply

    Very innovative

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