18 Responses

  1. Rashmi at | | Reply

    great collection…these are beautiful pieces which can be mixed n matched… love the saree on nethra

  2. fashionmaniac at | | Reply

    wow!! Very pre-independence dressing style.
    Very simple and royal .
    Love the colors and Sucheta Sharma’s suit is beautiful.

  3. Kashmira at | | Reply

    I like the colors, but the styles are blah..

  4. Karishma at | | Reply

    I’ll agree with previous commentators that the colors are pretty but the styles aren’t all that great and also seems like there’s a huge Sabyasaachi feel to the collection.

  5. Karishma at | | Reply

    And what’s with the “maang bharo sajna” make-up???

  6. silpa at | | Reply

    How amazing are the colors and materials?!! Simply stunning! Nethra in the blue sari is a feast for the eyes!

  7. Karma at | | Reply

    I really like them individually, but I think a whole show of this would be kind of boring. The colours are fabulous.

  8. Sharms at | | Reply

    I agree with Karishma. I don’t mean to start anything, but it seems to suggest that the collection is meant for a specific sub-section of society.

  9. monika at | | Reply

    Lovely colours. I love the white lehengas & the navy saree.
    THe Angarakhs sty le suit is a bit weird & so are the wide legged pajamas.

  10. hhcregular at | | Reply

    Wow…Nethra in the blue looks amazing and the saree is simply gorgeous! I also like the pink and cream (blouse and ghaghra – top row right) that Nethra is wearing. I agree w the previously posted comment..very pre-independence..in a nice way!

  11. AMM at | | Reply

    Love thecolors…..finally something that can be worn by everyday people nlikethe other ridiculous pieces…agree with the sabyaachi feel – but still love it

  12. pdaervo at | | Reply

    …I like it
    the colors and materials are fabulous, and the styles are different and interesting
    everyone seems to copy sabyasachi

  13. J at | | Reply

    Its difficult for any designer to do Indian wear in traditional multi-colors without giving a Sabyasachi feel. This one has it too…not a bad collection though.

  14. reesha at | | Reply

    is that amruta patki in the pink and white lehenga and the blue saree?

  15. sweta at | | Reply

    The girl in the second last pic wearing similar dress as Sonam Kapoor..

  16. Sonia99 at | | Reply

    Its almost as if they flicked the designs from the FabIndia stores.

  17. SDN at | | Reply

    Sabyasachi inspired or not – I like all the colors and designs. Very wearable.

  18. the mad momma at | | Reply

    loving it. very wearable. and very commonplace maybe.. but still makes me want to own one..

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