Berlin Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2012: Kallol Datta

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The collection note reads, ‘Grey haired women in a large abandoned morgue facility conducting autopsies of people who’ve died of heartbreaks and heartaches.’ and that in itself speaks so much about the showcased collection.

Pared-down, sombre, severe and angst-y. And just when you begin to take it all a little too seriously, the designer cleverly employs prints, cuts and detail that can’t help but make you want to take a second, longer look and dare I add, smile. Original and fresh, trite but true.




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  1. How do you reconcile “trite” with “original and fresh”? Or did you mean that the phrase “original and fresh” was trite? As for the collection itself, trite just about sums it up! I don’t know which is more painful to look at – the patches of cloth and swatches of fabric passing as “fashion” or the look on the models’ faces! Very “seen it all before and didn’t like it even then” collection.




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  2. What’s with the random pleats and folds here and there? I understand this is a Kallol Dutta signature, but I simply don’t get it. This is not flattering.




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  3. Looks absolutely terrible. The clothes look crumpled, frumpy and ripped up. How do these “designers” make a living off of “designing” these?!




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