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  1. Sahar at | | Reply

    Hands down Payal, although I would have done something less distracting with the hair, and skipped the beads altogether.

  2. Lola at | | Reply

    I dig some of her creations and others submerge individuals.

  3. anon at | | Reply

    What is the outfit?Really I see a shabbily draped Dupatta..

  4. just casually at | | Reply

    If you doing quirky, you have to keep the element of surprise on. She clothes are too predictable. All yards of fabric with some layering and draping. Where is the surprise?

  5. Puja at | | Reply

    its just yard n yard of fabric..
    i dont see any design/style..
    complete meh

  6. Anjali at | | Reply

    Gauri looks like she has just returned from Dharamshala. Buddham Sharanam Gachhaami.

    1. Shina at | | Reply


  7. Anjali at | | Reply

    and where are payal’s feet?

  8. fashionista at | | Reply

    both carry off the looks.

  9. suzy q at | | Reply

    I like Gauri more. Her look is more glamorous while retaining Ms Khandwala’s (dare I say REPETITIVE) aesthetic. I love Gauri’s wild curls (as a fellow curl-head myself) which are just so sexy. And that glittery clutch was brought the sense of formality that evening wear demands.

    One of the reasons I don’t like how Payal styled (styles) herself is that it is the same during the day and night…so where’s the distinction between daytime pretty and night time glamour in any of her looks?

    1. Naina at | | Reply

      you said what I meant to say… I like Payal’s aesthetic tho, reminiscent of the Japanese designers yet integrally Indian. Fashion can be intellectual and Gauri and Payel seem a perfect fit… Now where can I buy her stuff, can someone tell me…

      1. Nika at | | Reply

        I believe Payal’s clothes are available at Goodearth and Atosa in Mumbai.

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