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  1. Clio at | | Reply

    My one old Ritu salwar suit does not look like these outfits, but a couple are kinda interesting….

  2. Fatima at | | Reply

    oooh i like the 3rd one! the others? maybe they’ll grow on me…

  3. Fatima at | | Reply

    i like the orange bag too! what a statement piece! something i would wear… ;)

  4. suchi at | | Reply

    her label collection hardly looks this nice on her website or in her store!

  5. T at | | Reply

    i like is the use of orange and yellow… but it’s colour palette she used for her 09 spring collection. No wow factor.

  6. Neha at | | Reply

    each one in its own way shouts “notice me”… and i absouletly love the 2nd one on the left column… the detail around the neck stands out !!!

  7. PeachBellini at | | Reply

    while these particular outfits seem quite nice (well, most of them), i agree with suchi. ritu kumar’s “label” collection turns out looking kind of cheap in real. i think partly it’s the fabric she uses: this stretchy spandex type stuff that looks just like it has traditional indian embroidery in photos, but if you look at it in real, it’s just a print on the fabric.

    but, that said, i have also found a couple of very pretty indo-western tops with lovely embroidery and mirror work.

  8. stuti at | | Reply

    i love the first one the left. sabyasachi infuences? :)

  9. xoxo at | | Reply

    me too like the bag..and the colours too.. i like the red one and even the last one

  10. Dits at | | Reply

    I like the colors… but what I really like best are the first two pics the right column

  11. Lalitha at | | Reply

    I love the clothes and I dig the bag in the last pic on the left coloumn with the runaway flowers–I want. Now. Bank account: prepare to be depleted. While I may not like the “Japanese warrior makeup and hair,” the clothes are amazing. Well done Ms. Kumar–you grande dame of fashion you!

  12. D at | | Reply

    I like the yellow full-sleeved tee (?) and the orange in the clothes!

  13. anon at | | Reply

    sabyasachi influence? These are traditional indian clothes and I’m pretty sure Sabyasahi didn’t invent these.

  14. monika at | | Reply

    I love the first outfit. I have a similar cut outfit & I love wearing it with tights. Also like the yellow Tee & the skirt in the secong left column picture.

  15. anon at | | Reply

    but there is no doubt that sabya is the best when it comes to indian clothes.

  16. J at | | Reply

    Love the print on the ramp and the background.

  17. Maya at | | Reply

    I love the shoes! Any idea who’s done them?

  18. Gauri at | | Reply

    I really like all the stuff. Actually saw the show yesterday and it was amazingy done. Good attention to detail. Especially the shoes – they’re fantastic and really add to the outfits.

    The music used was good too. Kudos!

  19. spongy at | | Reply

    before bumpin into this site i actully thot that u wud wear these designer clothes..i mean they present it in such weird way on the runway..wid whacky accersories n makeup n hairdos…but neva knew that these dreeses r lovely wen worn properly..love the 3 n 4 outfit…

  20. spongy at | | Reply

    who would wear* oops

  21. Enne at | | Reply

    I love that red/black dress!

  22. ReshmaS at | | Reply

    @Spongy….Same pinch. Even I used to think who would wear such clothes and to what occassion. Now, I keep guessing how well these clothes could be worn off the runway.

  23. kimmy at | | Reply

    I love that black zip-up and the strapless dress in the 2nd pair. And the colors on the last outfit are lovely.

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