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  1. umarana at | | Reply

    costumey, over the top, but there’s something distinct about the whole collection when you see it together…the gold + green ballgown in the bottom row and the long white jacket + blue chudhidhar are quite striking!

  2. umarana at | | Reply

    had to comment…my pet peeve the scowling Carol is back to scowl and ruin a perfectly enjoyable moment…

    1. Hansini at | | Reply

      Not scowling, she’s sneering.

    2. Kay at | | Reply

      I think she has what they call a “bitchy resting face.”

    3. umarana at | | Reply

      + 1000 she ruins it each time

  3. Megha at | | Reply

    Awesome…one of the best designs i’ve ever seen.

  4. Slc at | | Reply

    Last row…I think they cut up a few good silk sarees…what a waste.

  5. Hansini at | | Reply

    Love love love the churidar jacket combo so much, I’m willing to excuse the way she has butchered a few perfectly good kanjeevarams, to make a some strange ball gowns.

  6. Rudra at | | Reply

    I see a lot of mc queen embroidery inspiration in d black gowns,3 rd row seems to be channel inspired,and d floral gowns seems elie saab inspired…no??

    1. Tania at | | Reply

      I was about to comment on the mcqueen resemblance.
      I like the overall collection and have a strong feeling that DP and PC would be wearing one of these very soon.

  7. Gayatri at | | Reply

    Lovely collection!

  8. donkey at | | Reply

    awful. just awful

  9. blahbum at | | Reply

    what a precious waste of kanjeevaram sarees in the last row.

    1. eclat at | | Reply

      Actually, those two gowns were the only ones that sort-of stood out for me in that sea of bling. May not be the ideal use of them (for that, seen Vogue’s feature on Indian textiles a year or so ago? Amazing), and they’re a total departure from the rest of the collection, but could have worked with a little more thought.

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