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  1. Sharin at | | Reply

    Is it necessary for her to dress in Dior every single time? Seriously, that’s a legitimate question..Payal I would love it if you could answer this. I know she’s VP and I think she should primarily wear Dior, but is it like…wrong if she doesn’t wear Dior? It just seems like she’s always head to toe Dior all the time and that just doesn’t seem very awesome to me lol.

  2. apsara77 at | | Reply

    i like the contrast of the purple purse with the green dress..and it’s size indicates that she can actually put a thing or 2 in it unlike the other teensy weensie ones i’ve seen other folks carrying..

  3. PeachBellini at | | Reply

    is that part of her contract or what? interesting.

  4. PeachBellini at | | Reply

    something tells me that if she is technically required to wear only dior for all her western outfits, then she probably has to return a lot of the stuff that she wears. lots of people in the fashion and magazine world do it.

  5. pdaervo at | | Reply

    above all, I think it’s good buisness practice
    …if your job was to sell Dior, why would you demonstrate that you buy from other designers…?
    anyway, if I had unlimited access to Dior clothing, I would wear it IN MY SLEEP! :D I <3 the resort collection.

  6. mj at | | Reply

    am sure that the fact that the VP wears dior all the time is a ringing endorsement for the brand and is emantg to make fashionistas everywhere think that “if she loves it so much, there must be something really fantastic about it”

  7. AnnieS at | | Reply

    love the dress is delish for summer please god lemme not get laydoff this year so that can buy the dress at a (deep) discount or something!

  8. Divya at | | Reply

    My sister works for Pepsi and no one is allowed to drink Coke, in any official gatherings! She’s not even a VP!

  9. monika at | | Reply

    She looks good. Love the purple clutch.

  10. Kimmy at | | Reply

    Love the clutch pairing with the dress, but it seems like the dress is two shades lighter and a completely different material on the model. Other than that, she looks good…but I wonder: would that Dior only clause apply to just other major designers or even your regular old t-shirt and jeans?

  11. Suzie at | | Reply

    I wouldn’t mind that one bit ;)
    Manish Arora would be a better designer for Leiber don’t you think?

  12. Anu at | | Reply

    @ PeachBellini, It’s probably not a written contract but I’m sure it’s “strongly encouraged”. A friend of mine works at Guess for marketing and they basically want her to be in Guess items head to toe while she’s working even though there was no contract. Its probably the same thing with Kalyani.

  13. Lee at | | Reply


    Is there any bigger or clearer pictures of Kalyani?

  14. FREIDA FAN at | | Reply

    she looks great. i am very excited to see the bag collection from Suneet Verma !

  15. stuti at | | Reply

    i heart that clutch!!

  16. Megha at | | Reply

    umm i wouldnt say a person buying motorola wouldnt buy an iphone
    i have friends who work at microsoft who use Macs and iphones

    i sort of wonder too whether it is a contractual thing
    i think it’s a bit much

  17. akaa at | | Reply

    Hmmm .. finally I get answers to some of my questions regarding her…
    ditto @ PeachBellini .. is it a contractual restriction(?) for her to not wear anything but Dior??

  18. roop at | | Reply

    luv luv luv the clutch.

  19. Shweta at | | Reply

    wow delicious dress…love the purple clutch as well. She always looks so stylish:D

  20. CocoNUT at | | Reply

    I wouldn’t mind wearing dior alll the time!! hehe

    love the purple clutch

  21. U at | | Reply

    When you’re going to get clicked and show up in print somewhere.. it’ll be embarrassing for the brand for someone who represents them isn’t in the brand itself.

    “Dior VP Kalyani Chawla was spotted at a brunch recently in a Emilio Pucci Torre Print Jersey Dress” would be so weird for us.

    It sounds like something I would go crazy with. Not being able to wear anything I want to would drive me nuts..

    I really don’t like the dress.. The cut seems a bit amateurish.. imagine that!

  22. nefertiti at | | Reply

    a different neckline might have looked better on Kalyani.

  23. tina at | | Reply

    I really like this dress but it fits better on the model.

  24. PeachBellini at | | Reply

    @U, i agree about the “amateur” cut. correct me if i’m wrong, but i took you to mean that you can find dresses of this style at stores like gap and old navy. there’s nothing sophisticated about it. but that’s also kind of what i like about the dress, it’s simplicity. granted that you don’t need it to be a dior.

  25. Sonia99 at | | Reply

    This dress looks something my neighborhood tailor would conjure up. Not impressive at all.

  26. Varsha at | | Reply

    Suneet Varma to design Judith Leiber… awesome combination of two classic timeless designs… cant wait to watch the collections :)

  27. U at | | Reply

    @PeachBellini. I probably meant to say that the cut looks like a mix between something clingy and carefree(There are creases and bumps all over the dress). It clings in the wrong places and is stiff in the others. It doesn’t look like a very comfortable material for some reason. I guess when it’s a brand like dior I want everything to look super fine and fitted perfectly (even if it’s a flowing loose top I want it to look like a well made, well structured loose top). I like simple dresses from other brands and I wouldn’t mind a bit of structural flaws with them but from dior I want perfection.

  28. Alpa at | | Reply

    Cheers.. to Suneet Varma collabarating with Judith Leiber.. I loved the Fashion Preview .. the two brands synergise seamlessly..Heard the latest SS 09 collection of Leiber previewed at the brunch is to die for.. especially the Vintage BOOK!! I so love books like these ;)

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