15 Responses

  1. Surbhi at | | Reply

    some of the creations are lovely! but some are really WTH!case in point – the orange gown like SK..
    Nice effective use of colors.

  2. pdaervo at | | Reply

    Nice, love the first one on the seocnd row, very organic looking
    very wearable (uncreative) clothes

  3. priya at | | Reply

    nice collection 4d most part. whrs shilpa in the showstopper dress?

  4. kinny at | | Reply

    not diggin’ it… i expect more.

  5. Nida at | | Reply

    I like the collection overall, it’s a little safe but i like it!

  6. Justine at | | Reply

    ahhh this is much better. the last thing I looked at was that ruffled collection down the site.
    My favorite is the 3rd down on the left. I like that it’s red on white instead of the usual white/silver/gold on red.

  7. Adit at | | Reply

    Noyna looks nice, Michelle looks good and the best is Laxmi…red outfit..nice

  8. Ritu at | | Reply

    Nice, but repetitive. Oh well, his style is good enough to repeat, I guess.

  9. arbitary at | | Reply

    The clothes don’t look fresh or new but they seem to be very well made. The cut and fit is excellent. I think other designers who make these ill-fitting, voluminous Indian clothes can really learn from TT. Giving an outfit a good finish is 50% of the job.

  10. suchi at | | Reply

    great collection!

  11. Nisha at | | Reply

    Didn’t like it when I first saw it. As someone said, I expected TT to do better. Then I saw all the other collections from this event, and realize TT’s collection is awesome compare to all the rest out there. It’s all relative.

  12. Rezia at | | Reply

    Beautiful. Most of the clothes really accentuate how tall and thin the models are. Which is a good thing for mere mortals too.
    The only hideous one is the orange gown like thing. Very dubious.

  13. JJC at | | Reply


  14. JJC at | | Reply

    well, it’s wearable.

  15. vera at | | Reply

    The good The bad and The ugly. is this what he had in mind?

Leave a Reply