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  1. Suki at | | Reply

    Haha love the mood-setting before the fashion line-up, it’s brilliant!
    The last Emilio Pucci dress is so similar to the yellow feathered one that Naomi Campbell wore at Cannes.

    1. FashionVictim at | | Reply

      The mini-trend straight from Sesame Street …Naomi Campbell was dressed as Big Bird, the Monique Lhuiller dress is a homage to Elmo and Pucci to Cookie Monster :)

      1. anne at | | Reply

        very funny …. elmo..hee heee….. good one…

  2. pragya at | | Reply

    HELEN from INDIA : been there done that ! :)

  3. chub at | | Reply

    I absolutely adore Helen. And for some reason I think Bollywood movies back in the day had much more substance than today- Helen, Zeenath Aman and the likes were so ahead of their times unlike today where everyone just follows what’s “in”

    1. rds at | | Reply

      i beg to differ Helen and Zeenath were ahead of their times for INDIANS coz most of the country was not aware of what was going in the world fashion and most didnt care….ulike today where we can spot the look and compare with west!
      So now if you look at old actresses considered to be ahead in game were doing nothing but same ..emulating west.
      So all credit we can give them is that in times when sexuality and sensuality was taboo they dared and with class..thats it!

      1. Anubha at | | Reply

        Ditto. Bollywood in 70’s was SOOO trendy and fashion forward. What a pity we failed to capitalize on that trend and switched to shady 80’s . Zeenat Aman, Helen , Parveen babi deserved global attention.

  4. Sabrina at | | Reply

    aah, helen. i so adore her. thats incredibly funny, with that scene from the birds, lmao. that movie was creepy. short story even creepier.
    i am not a fan of feathery dresses, but that second dress looks so cute and fun, almost flappery.

  5. Ratna at | | Reply

    No text?

  6. Froggie at | | Reply

    Weirdest post I’ve seen on this blog.

  7. ashi at | | Reply

    guys i love your blog, i really do. this post is slightly bizarre though, i had to work out how these pics were all linked from reading the comments :s

  8. mruna at | | Reply

    Love feathers on clothes though I’m not sure how the clothes can be cleaned? Do they actually dry clean the feathers or what?!

  9. anne at | | Reply

    Love love love.. jason wu and prabal gurang…feathers or not…

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