What’s In A Name?

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Who knows what the good folks at Diane von Furstenberg meant when they named a dress ‘Basmati Dress in Sari‘ but they sure had some smiling. :)

Oh, and am totally loving the dresses in the Indian Temple Dip Dye.

dvf-Bartle Dress in Indian Temple Tea-Asti Long Dress in Indian Temple Dip Dye-Swaie Dress in Indian Flowers

L To R: Bartle Dress In Indian Temple Tea, Asti Dress In Indian Temple Dip Dye, Swaie Dress In Indian Flowers


dvf-Basmati Dress in Sari-Oletta Dress in Indian Flowers-Tabalah Dress in Indian Temple Dip Dye

L To R: Basmati Dress In Sari, Oletta Dress In Indian Flowers, Tabalah Dress In Indian Temple Dip Dye

10 COMMENTS

  1. Aaaah! I love DvF loving! :D
    No seriously, I was just lusting after these stunning pieces on Matches today, and seeing them here again makes me want to hug them till I die from asphyxiation.




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  2. Basmati dress! Thats too funny. Half these names are so pretentious. Bangalore shoulder bag and Patna clutch, ring a bell??




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  3. This is a very mediocre collection, the prints and the silhouttes are both completely ordinary.

    If you are going to pay designer prices for this kind of clothing you have to be a fashion victim (in my opinion). Nothing more to it that the DvF brand image.

    Basmati rice in a sari?! Seriously? What is with these names? How gimmicky and senseless.




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    • Imagine how stupid an Indian designer would look if she named a sari macaroons in a gown, just because it was made of french chiffon.




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    • Agreed, I wouldn’t pay for any of these, mostly because I am broke and having to shell out even a meagre one thousand rupees is physical pain. But even so, I love DvF for being non-formulaic. The older DvF anyway!




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