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  1. Keya at | | Reply

    eh.. does the names have anything to do with those bags??? anything atall???

  2. Bloo at | | Reply

    That doesn’t make sense……

  3. Priti at | | Reply

    Ugly Fugly bags

  4. Marya at | | Reply

    I usually like L.A.M.B accessories (their shoes are to die for) but
    these bags are a disappointment.

  5. debs at | | Reply

    maybe its called the India line because the bags are colourful !?!?!?…the western idea of colour..india..holi..rajastan…blah blah. lol. lame…i know.

  6. melange at | | Reply

    They’re all the just ugly.

  7. melange at | | Reply

    They’re all just ugly!

  8. archana at | | Reply

    i dont know looks like it was inspired by LV….remember knightsbridge, kensington, hyde park, marylebone etc? Although the areas are of London, the idea is the same.. I wasnt able to figure out why LV went that way too..
    That Bangalore bag is downright ugly…pity they named such an ugly thing after my darling city!

  9. Sana at | | Reply

    Ok whatever…..but PATNA?!?! hahaha

  10. sugarandspice at | | Reply

    The name could be in regards to the block colours, or perhaps the designer created the bags after being inspired with something to do with the country.

  11. Sonia99 at | | Reply

    Patna and Orissa? Anyone else see the irony here?
    These bags probably retail for 100s of $$. To name them after few of the poorest cities/states in India is so stupid.

  12. tehzeeb at | | Reply

    one word ‘bleh’ expected better from Gwen Steffani

  13. Sandhya at | | Reply

    Plain ugly. It never ceases to surprise me how people continue to pay tons of money for obviously ugly bags like these?!!?

  14. pdaervo at | | Reply

    welll. they are ok
    they have sort of that deset-ish rural feel (does that make sense)
    it reminds me of the movie “Darjeeling Unlimited)

  15. zara at | | Reply

    Seeing as how the designer totes around her own entourage of Japanese women that serve the sole purpose of being life-size dolls, I’m not surprised by the cultural ignorance. It seems that designers are always eager to exotify their items, but always miss the mark.

    And, to add insult to injury, the bags are HIDEOUS! Who in their right mind would look at one of these purses and say, “Wow! These are the most breathtaking purses I’ve ever seen! Of course I’ll shell out $500!”?

  16. bedazzled at | | Reply

    Its quite rare to see bags named after otherwise ignored – only known for poverty- states and cities. The bags might be hideous yes, but names are not. Orissa and Patna have great craftsmen and colourful crafts and I like the fact the names can give some familiriaty to some parts in India. Its like LV not wanting to have an India inspired range because India is still poor compared to the rest of the world!!

  17. ena at | | Reply

    Could be inspired by the colours of the Madras checks fabric… and you know, Madras, Bangalore, sam ething…

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  19. Bloo at | | Reply

    ena.. madras, bangalore.. not the same thing…..

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