36 COMMENTS

  1. Maybe i should take down my curtains and cut up my tablecloths to make such an outfit for my Son to keep up-to-date fashion menswear as shown above. Then i need to buy a Shehlaa skirt or Anamika Khanna cape and cut them up to re-make my curtains.
    Isko kehte hain avant garde.




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    • Kanchanmasi, wow where do you buy your curtains from? I want some for myself. From what I can tell these cost a fortune. Must be expensive curtains?




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    • May be your nearest Dukanwala selling this material as curtain to you But this Gujrat’s heritage weave . Learn aesthetics of India before you make such comments.




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    • You should be happy enough that some designer is taking so much pain in exploring heritage of India (here Gujarat) at an international level fashion event. do you even know what Patola is exactly? Look at the color of each piece..it is so rich.
      And the way you have commented I must say you even dont know how much pain a worker is taking in making patola. satrt to appreciate work of others.




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    • I agree with you “kanchanmasi” its all very well to revisit ancient traditions however there needs to be a modern twist so that a younger generation can appreciate it!!! The only other place I’ve seen these types of sarees is on old Aunties during Garba !!!!!Yikes!!!




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      • This is from too-westernized kids who can only appreciate when Chanel comes out with India Inspired collection , hasnt known a thing about India ! I pity them.

        I hope to see Vogue fashion fund favoring such Designers!




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  2. Nice. Kiron seems to be really enjoying herself. I am a big fan of color in Indian outfits and these look really nice but nothing new or designerish about the whole thing. I see so many of these in any Gurjari or Cottage Emporium store.




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    • agree.. I love patola sarees and have invested in a few..but what is the designer adding here.??. our master craftsmen have perfected weaving these over a few hundred years!




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  3. This is WOWWWW!!!!I mean there is so much happening here,but somehow they all look so well synchronized!
    Absolutely beautiful! *droool*




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  4. Patola sarees. These sarees have been on my wishlist for a few years now. I cannot find them in USA! Any ideas? Love, love, love this collection. Heck even the men’s jackets are beautiful. Drool!




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  5. i remember in NIFT all the textile designing student used to fancy such prints / designs… on some they do look extremely good. case in point Kiron Kher.. u gotta love the lady .. she is sunshine to the soul ..




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  6. Love! The sarees are gorgeous and Kiron Kher looks amazing. I particularly love everything in the third row, but what I NEED are the last two outfits – looks like a sharara, and the solid breaks up, and i think highlights, the pattern.

    Always nice to see traditional weaves getting a boost. And quite nice to see such a traditional collection on the runway.




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  7. ooh interesting looks!! love it!
    btw P&P why are u refraining from giving ur opinions on the collections ..i liked them..u used to give them earlier..not so much nw..y?




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  8. 3 people take 4 to 6 months to weave one ‘patan patola’ saree. i wonder if its the real thing or just a fancy term to seek attention.
    even if it is the real deal….where is fashion???? i am assuming its called “fashion week” for a reason. its time we had “india crafts week” for designers like him/her.




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  9. Love handlooms…but nope, not impressed. Seems more like a showing for Gujarat handlooms…where is the designer’s creativity???




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  10. Very very late in the day but I absolutely love gaurangs work. Stunning to say the least. The second last row with the shawls as dupattas. Wow!




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