30 Responses

  1. Laveena at | | Reply

    Don’t like that train, wish it was just a short dress, would go better with those shoes

  2. amber at | | Reply

    this look is so kety perry-ish! i say this in a good way of course. i cant think of many people who could do manish arora justice, but katy perry is definitely on the top of the list of people who do. she has the quirkiness to carry off most wierd stuff, and that goes for these shoes too. and im glad she wore them. and as much as i lov the dress ( with the assymmerical hemline and all ), if we forget for a min that this dress is by an indian designer, i dont see how the shoes and the dress compete with each other. in katy’s defense, she probably needed those shoes to offset her unusual quirky side., which i admit the dress gives, but not to the katy level.

  3. dn at | | Reply

    Hmmm.. interesting. I like the dress (with the train) from the back. But it totally kills it from the front. I guess the reason is that the cut doesn’t seem well done – should have been an edgier shape – maybe triangular or some other strong line, even a square.
    I love grey and pink combo as well. Payal, I seem to be agreeing more with you these days.

    1. dn at | | Reply

      Love what the model is wearing. So Manish Arora.

  4. Shivangi at | | Reply

    I like the overall look,very daring!only she can carry it.like the shoes also.

  5. ms. meow at | | Reply

    The work on the model’s dress is exquisite. It really looks amazing. While I like the way Katy looks in the dress, the whole asymmetry is sort of putting damper on the lower half of the dress. I think you are totally correct, the shorter version is gonna look fantastico! I think even a full length dress without the asymmetry will look great. I don’t mind the train because you can see the lovely work on the train, but it definitely doesn’t look good with this version of the dress.

    1. ms. meow at | | Reply

      I meant, model’s outfit…not dress ;)

  6. Chocolate Martini at | | Reply

    I actually love the look, but I think a huge part of the love comes from the fact that Kate Perry is carrying off the dress fabulously. I think this is a case of right dress meets right person with the right styling, but would look absurd on almost anyone else.

    Manish is a lot like McQueen in that sense, unless the right person wears his clothes, the edgy effect is totally killed and it just ends up looking ridiculous. I love the hair and make up as well.

  7. J at | | Reply

    Absolutely LOVE the dress but wish it without the train. As a knee-length version, I see Sonam Kapoor totally rocking it!

  8. J at | | Reply

    wish it ‘was’ without the train

  9. KP at | | Reply

    her eyes look like a dolls.

  10. Laila at | | Reply

    The jumpsuit on the model is edgy. The dress on the other hand looks like something you could pick up Forever 21. Nothing wrong with that, but surely not red carpet

  11. S at | | Reply

    M with the Payal on this one except I feel the shoes go well with this one without any star clash ;)

  12. Hema at | | Reply

    I think the dress looks great on Katy…even the train part and those shoes definitely need to be showcased in a mini….awesome. I like the dress on the model too….something so interesting and eye catching about the print and the color combination.

  13. May at | | Reply

    Just dislike the length and the train. I wish if it wer just above the knees …beautiful print n color

  14. Nidhi at | | Reply

    Lovelllllyyyyyy…hey even I like grey pink combination…loved the work on shoulder…agree the shorter version will be better but this look good on her n she carries it wid gud confidence n grace…

  15. Roshini at | | Reply

    hmm hate the hemline but love the dress. A shorter length would have been adorable. Katy looks nice.

  16. Shireen at | | Reply

    I love grey and pink too but not like this! The mannequin looking model is wearing a better outfit..

  17. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I love Katy Perry (although I love her FIANCE more), and I think the dress works for her. It would have been better if it just ended at the shorter length, but the future Mrs. Brand pulls it off.

  18. HHCPANKHA at | | Reply

    i think i cant cut my pyjama outta that dress…
    scissors pleajjjjj…
    bt it sure does work for katy..only bcos she is blessed with a cute n a pretty face

  19. fashion outsider at | | Reply

    The hair and make is like that of a perfect 1950s housewife. It doesnt go with the edginess of the dress.

    1. Moi at | | Reply

      lol! am so wid u on the 1950’s thing!!

  20. surekha at | | Reply

    i agree with payal… the train thing and the hemline are killing the dress. so is the choice of the shoes… i think it would have looked much better with a white pair of shoes. i love the print so much i would kill to own a knee length version of this dress.

  21. princess_sim at | | Reply

    I think it would look a hell lot better without the train, but the train doesn’t look as bad from the back as it does from the front. weird huh? :)

  22. princess_sim at | | Reply

    I think it would look a hell lot better without the train, but the train doesn’t look as bad from the back as it does from the front. weird huh? :)

  23. Shopaholic at | | Reply

    she looks so plastic….its almost lookin like a wax statue….bt nonetheless… I like the dress…..but train should depart….:)

  24. sri at | | Reply

    hey did you know her shoe were jimmy choo and they were lit.

  25. Vickie at | | Reply

    This dress is BEYOND Gorgeous! I’m so glad Katy Perry wore it. I would wear this dress in a heartbeat.

  26. sri at | | Reply

    love the grey dress with pink combo..dont mind the train..and care less abt the hemline. the shoes are nice

  27. Adit at | | Reply

    i saw a lady wearing a short version in Dubai, it looked FAB, its very detailed.

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