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  1. saurabh at | | Reply

    Ugly!!!!!

  2. kanchanmasi at | | Reply

    Oh look!! It’s those pathetic pink shoes again from the Maybelline event!! Lol Masaba? No provide shoes for your models?

    Having said that, i think this may be Masaba’s best work to date. I think she’s over-rated but i like this collection more than previous ones.

  3. Lola at | | Reply

    This is a fresh and lovely collection…Masaba has really matured as a designer.

  4. tanisha at | | Reply

    IF THIS IS FUTURE OF FASHION …. THEN GOD BLESS US ALL.
    IF I SEE ANYONE WEARING THESE I WILL DEF THROWS STONES AT THEM AND RUN AWAY. U G L Y.

    TODAY IF I HAD A LINEAGE I ALSO WOULD BE AS FAMOUS AS HER? CURIOUS.

    1. kanchanmasi at | | Reply

      In India, yes.. you probably would be. Even with a bin liner with a hole cut in and worn as a poncho they would all rave over your ingenious designs!

      IF you had a lineage. ;-)

      1. Ahot at | | Reply

        The lineage thing is still present worldwide. It ´s not only in India. Think of the nepotism in Hollywood & in the fashion world. This is how rich people get to create generational wealth for themselves.

      2. Vanie at | | Reply

        Lineage or no……awful or whatever……this collection is original
        I don’t remember looking at any of her pieces and saying this looks like a rip off of some major international designer unlike gauri and nainika….
        And seriously to ppl who don’t get fashion but pretend that they do, you’re the reason why some of the rip off designs are so popular in India.

      3. just me at | | Reply

        Don’t be so quick to slate India alone – ever seen one of Stella McCartney’s hideous jumpsuits?

    2. Ahot at | | Reply

      This one is not well done, i agree. But she is famous for pushing the envelop, & making quirky the new thing. She should learn how to cut., because the dress on her show stopper is amazingly ill-fitting.

  5. Kayshika at | | Reply

    No….just No.
    I get how she tries to be quirky…..but this is ugly you guys.

  6. Rehan at | | Reply

    This looks like a mix of copied collection from so many designers and ironically masaba keeps ranting about her designs being copied.

    Nishka lulla’s easy chic style vibe
    Stripes on sleeves from sabyasachi’s latest collection
    Converse were seen in humen’s collection
    Have seen those crosses in so many high street shirts and sweat shirts last year

    1. kanchanmasi at | | Reply

      thank you Rehan! Finally other people are starting to see what i have seen. over-rated Masaba

    2. Nisha B at | | Reply

      Right you are Rehan..for some reason I feel there a slight resemblance of Nikhil Thampi’s collection too.

    3. just me at | | Reply

      Right on – especially the cross and Converse.

      1. Ridz at | | Reply

        Agree! I feel masaba is Totally imitating nishka’s organza pieces and Wrap skirts. But has failed to use them well anyway.
        Sabyasachi sleeves
        Very tacky collection

  7. Tehi at | | Reply

    Check out Alia’s hands while walking (2nd pic from the left, last row)….looks like she’s marching! :D

  8. sree at | | Reply

    Definitely not Masaba’s best collection, a bit disappointing I must say. I don’t love any particular outfit.

  9. Madhumita at | | Reply

    The third row what is Candice Pinto wearing? Joke this Masaba collection is.

  10. Shru at | | Reply

    A very very disappointing collection from a young quirky designer I normally look forward to. It’s almost like the designers get tardy and lazy after initial success and assume that the brand will sell itself.

  11. blahbum at | | Reply

    that went down quickly.. what a disappointment!!

  12. Slc at | | Reply

    Odd and ugly.

  13. anu at | | Reply

    But they are so wearable… not for the red-carpet but otherwise. I like them.

  14. JASMIN at | | Reply

    Does MASABA & SABYASACHI show at both Lakme fashion week and India fashion week? how does that work? the schedules are getting way too complicated for me now :O

  15. rue at | | Reply

    Wow! Was waiting for this bubble to burst. But didn’t think it will be this soon.

  16. Senorita at | | Reply

    I like Masaba stuff usually but this collection has no cohesiveness.

  17. $ at | | Reply

    Not masaba’s best of collection but still 1-2 pieces worked for me but those sporty tights look is just bad !! bad !!

  18. Shina at | | Reply

    I think buying designer clothes for the sake of designer label is a waste of money. Those guilty need to stop trying to fit in by flashing designer brands and try and be their own designers. This designer hype is just stupidity in my humble opinion . Sorry if i have offended anyone but i strongly feel this hype needs to stop.

    Looking at what all designers are coming up with, i feel in some years people will pay top dollars if they are ensured that it is a completely non designer outfit. ;-)

  19. Anonymous at | | Reply

    Ummm…. Is this what we are supposed to look up to? Cheap muslin on the ramp and prints that have been done to death. Oh and god awful fits. Good job! Great benchmark for upcoming designers.
    Oh sorry and great contacts too!

  20. radhika at | | Reply

    no

  21. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I like Masdabas clothes cos they r different, youthful n quirky. Love Alias look here.

  22. Simsim at | | Reply

    Alia is adorbs!

  23. Styl at | | Reply

    Masaba is pure product of marketing. wait till we see these rediculous clothes on celebrities and people going ooooh and aaahhh on it. India you shock me!

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