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  1. smith at | | Reply


  2. Slc at | | Reply

    I am the biggest sucker you will ever find when it comes to traditional fabrics, designs and desi wear……they are alll so pretty.

  3. Food poisoned attorney at | | Reply

    Wow for a change actually like her clothes!!!

  4. Nisha B at | | Reply

    the black lehenga is so drool worthy..i wantttttttttttt!!!!very nice collection..love it..and hema malini performed as radha during the show.

  5. monika at | | Reply

    That black lehenga in the bottom row is beyond gorgeous!!Love the way the pleats flow . The rest of the collection is pretty ordinary

  6. Sunanda at | | Reply

    Lovely ethnics , but dying to see something new here.

  7. Jay at | | Reply

    Everything is so disconnected. Nothing flows. It really looks like a chandni chowk retailer is showing off his ‘one off’ designs. Which isn’t a bad thing in chandni chowk but just don’t waste the ramp time/space. This is not ‘a collection’ it is a collection of outfits.

  8. Andreas at | | Reply

    Gorgeous designs! I really love the colours that Neeta used for her saree and lehenga collection! Great post with great pictures.

  9. kiran at | | Reply

    the colours, style and execution are reminiscent to what her daughter nishka does with her designs!!!

  10. Ash at | | Reply

    Wow some of those lehengas are absolutely beautiful. Love Indian wear in pastels

  11. Saya at | | Reply

    The clothes stay true to the title Festive 2012. I like the last 2 lehengas in the first row.

  12. ss at | | Reply

    nothing screams “take me home” to me. very average.

  13. dips at | | Reply

    So random!

  14. RUCHii at | | Reply

    pretty ordinary pretty clothes! kuch bhi!

  15. sp at | | Reply

    i havent been a fan of neeta lulla … this is the first time i am actually impressed by her pieces!!

    that said i see what people are saying abt them being disconnected … doesn’t quite flow !

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