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  1. Ritu at | | Reply

    Love the fact that he showed a pregnant model. Nice to see him still as creative as he was when he started.

  2. divi at | | Reply

    I love the deep tones. The shades are formal and professional and the designs very feminine and elgant. Some of the clothes look like they were designed only for the ramp or magazines.

  3. suga at | | Reply

    Hate the baloon dress.

  4. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I adore Rohit Bal, his stuff is always creative

  5. boopdiboop at | | Reply

    FIERCEEEE! Okay, okay fine Fierce-err than the stuff by other designers so far.

  6. Surbhi at | | Reply

    God! his creations are so OTT!! but they have a certain twist to them which i like.. however so very unwearable..

  7. Priyanka D at | | Reply

    The materials and colors are so rich!! Like you said.. mostly for the print and ramp than for red carpet or anything.. Still, love it.

  8. Adit at | | Reply

    its not the first time he has shown a preggie model, he showed preggie models in his Delhi show in Uphaar cinema, in 1994, that was a fab show…This show was a visual treat….spectacular comes to mind… lovely autaumn colours…and outrageous costumes…

  9. Madhu at | | Reply

    Can I just say that I LURVEEEEEEEEEEEE Rohit Bal. He is such a fashion diva.

  10. BLT at | | Reply

    One of Gudda’s better shows – high on drama, medium on wearability.

  11. Adit at | | Reply

    off the topic, but doesnt the first model have a striking resemblence to that actress from Desperate houswives???

  12. Raspberry at | | Reply

    Now this is couture!

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