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  1. Nepali at | | Reply

    Doesn’t look Bollywood from any angle! I don’t understand how they identified Bollywood in it, it’s not even lack of knowledge, it’s just common sense.
    The only way they could have come up with is, maybe they watched some 90s Bollywood song where the actors were singing in the rain wearing plastic raincoats?! Still doesn’t make sense.

  2. Anonymous at | | Reply

    That’s the weirdest interpretation of “Bollywood” I’ve ever seen! Wow.

  3. Priyanka D at | | Reply

    Ummm.. Has the designer even WATCHED a bollywood movie? Or been to bollywood??
    Shouldn’t the collection by kitsch-ier, grand-er (not that this is collection is grand), rich-er than just neon-spring-y??

  4. Anonymous at | | Reply

    Just goes to show, how India and Indian is big all over the world, and they think by naming a mediocre bag “Bollywood”, the new IT crowd of India will go hollering for it. Dream on sis, you gotta a LOOOOONG way to go

  5. sherry at | | Reply

    i see this more on paris hilton’s arm, shopping in Beverly hills!
    seriously thinking, wonder what kate spade REALLY could have done to the 2 bags to make it all “bollywood”? are there any notable specifications to relate even?!

  6. Anonymous at | | Reply

    Bollywood collection?????
    Are they serious….how do they come up with such nonsense….tel me one thing about this collection that is bollywood? The colors? No way………..
    Wait maybe the plastic, oh I get it……so the bag are plastic,like some of the actors/actresses LOL well, then she should also makke one for Hollywood….

  7. Rashmi at | | Reply

    It looks more Jollywood (Japanese) and Chollywood (Chinese) to me. :)

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  9. Anonymous at | | Reply

    These are so not fun.

    Im surprised because Kate Spade is usually well researched and in context.


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