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  1. Priya at | | Reply

    Love the embroidery on his skirts! Looks Turkish.

  2. Sarah at | | Reply

    And THIS explains why the man is a legend!!

    I know some here are going to find this “loud”….heck, look at the intricate craftsmanship – this is what true couture is all about!

  3. sunray at | | Reply

    that’s some jaw dropping stunning creation..!

  4. Meg at | | Reply

    Every piece is fantastic
    And truly deserving of being called couture (which is more than can be said for most of the other collections is this so called couture week)

    1. Lulu at | | Reply

      +1. It’s amazing how loosely this word “couture” is being thrown around. Most of the designs look no different from the designs from the various Fashion Week collections. S

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  5. Mrsa at | | Reply

    Love the embroidery work on all the peices. He’s Kashmiri and the work looks Kashmiri. Gorgeous.

    1. Sapphire at | | Reply

      I second that Mrsa.

      1. Kash at | | Reply

        +1 love the kashmiri work

    2. Sapphire at | | Reply

      And also look how decent outfits he has given to the models without exposed necklines, cutouts and totally sheer gowns. All other designers have increasingly plunging necklines.

  6. Gaga at | | Reply

    He is truly an artist. No one can match his work!!

  7. tanya at | | Reply

    Beautiful work! True couture!Very vintage and Victorian but with Indian embroideries!Very dramatic!

  8. Gowri at | | Reply

    Each and every ro-hit!!

  9. Swati at | | Reply

    I LOVEEEEEEEE this collection. I even want the menswear jackets for myself. Absolutely beautiful.

  10. Anshu at | | Reply

    I cant even … with the first row. Mindblowing pieces. Finally a couture collection!

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