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  1. Surbhi at | | Reply

    I think the embroidery work must be lovely.. but the colors are too sharp a contrast for my liking.. they should have been a bit sober.. i love the red and blue and the red and pink tho.. nice

  2. Surbhi at | | Reply

    also like the pink and the brown..

  3. K at | | Reply

    I LOVE the collection! Its so pretty :o) But the last black sari with white embroidery (last one, last row, bottom right) looks like this one really pretty sari Ash wore a loooong time ago…

  4. jazz at | | Reply

    its colorful and lovely… but those parrot green and yellow pants are beautiful to c on the ramp… cant see myself actually wearing them!

  5. Belle at | | Reply

    hey, p n p, can you guys please post any analysis you made of the fashion show, for the ignorant beings like moi? lol

  6. Neha at | | Reply

    Props to Azeem for not doing sequins.
    Some of this stuff is a little … Singapore Airlines and tacky for my taste, but some of it is also interesting and pretty. I like the stuff in the second last row.

  7. Adit at | | Reply

    Azeem had these like applique work done on the sarees, with velvet and chiffon…breathtakingly fine embroidery…good job, colours are vibrant, but come on we are Indians and not dull gora’s

  8. bela at | | Reply

    how come u havent put up the blingy ties that azeem showed on the men? Please let us know what u think about that!!

    and this showing is so incomplete without ur comments :(

  9. Aarthi at | | Reply

    I actually like this collection a lot –maybe the sarees not so much, but I have always thought that designer sarees were nothing exceptional ever…I love the bright parrot green-yellow/prange combos. and I too love the fact that there are no sequins!!!!!

  10. stylo at | | Reply

    i like vibrant colors here , but i know these might not go with my skin tone :-( still it’s refreshening to see them,
    i personally like the prints and designs of all tunics & dresses (not saris) which has red & bright pink color in it……..

  11. luvstonz at | | Reply

    so been there done that kinda collection….move on please!

  12. suchi at | | Reply

    ove the dresses in the collection.

  13. Thalassa at | | Reply

    I love vibrant colours – but the way Sabyasachi uses them. I’m just not feeling this. Although I believe Azeem Khan would probably do a splendid job with wedding trousseaus.

  14. manisha at | | Reply

    for some reason, not feeling this collection. agree with thalassa, sabyasachi’s usage of color is wayy better

  15. hana at | | Reply

    not really impressive… xcept for the 3 of 2nd last row. those are a bit different

  16. Diordiva at | | Reply

    lively collection..esp the embroidery on the sarees!luv the vibrant colors

  17. anita at | | Reply

    I like the collection – some of the saris are boring, but i like the vibrant color pants with the cute tops..

  18. anita at | | Reply

    Adit, do you know where he sells? Is it only through his store in Mumbai?

  19. Adit at | | Reply

    unfortunately near my building, next to Colaba post office – Usha Sadan builing, ground floor. Drool worthy clothes

  20. Rehana at | | Reply

    woderful collection and array of colors!

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  22. Eisha (Paris) at | | Reply

    Hats off To azeem Khan.. his clothes are a WORK OF ART….awesome one of the best i’ve seen. Very International.He keep setting trends in his every collection… This year were embroidered ties for men and patent leather or PVC tights with chiffon and georgette combo…Like a hard and soft look… Did you know he was the one who started the stretch churidar trend which now everyone copies…his double pallu saree’s which shina N.C still copies…. He’s MARVELLOUS i’m awe struck….a standing ovation to MR.KHAN….awesome can’t stop thinking of his clothes and clothes

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