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  1. Enne at | | Reply

    The Tipnis collection looks easy to wear. I would put that brown dress on right now!!!

  2. Rohini at | | Reply

    I kind of like both collections because it’s very wearable. I think that’s the difference between Indian’ designers and “Western” designers. The latter are more “conceptual” in my opinion. The designs are nice to look at but don’t appeal to a large group in contrast to Indian designs.

    Embellishments still seems to be the trend. And I think Lina Tipnis did a good job with the bling. I also like the colors.

    1. ZI at | | Reply

      I second that…each one of those outfits are wearable and practical….I guess thats why Indian designers have such a huge market overseas.

  3. ak at | | Reply

    i’m a fan of payal’s desi wear for the cuts, and therefore, a regular customer. but i do have to say that everytime i shop, i have to look through myriads of outfits before finding a few that are suitable options. but most of her other customers never seem to have any issue with the blingier stuff. i do have to say that she has a good eye for fabrics and prints, but usually kills their effect with too much embellishment :(

    love the cuts on lina tipnis’ collection!

  4. Megha at | | Reply

    i’d love to own any of the outfits here from the Lina Tipnis show

    and the flowy tops with the chudidars in the Payal Singhal

    beautiful clothes these!

  5. frutu at | | Reply

    i 2 like both d collections…like rohini said both r realy wearable…nice nice

  6. priya at | | Reply

    i actually like this collection. very wearable and versatile. especially loving the tunic on the model: 2nd row, 4th pic from left.

  7. Amna at | | Reply

    Grey dress is a copy look 22 Francesco fall 2010, the whole collection is too much inspired by ranjana esq jewelled bib necklace… nothing original

  8. monika at | | Reply

    Could you show us pictures of the newly done accessories show at the lakme show. It will be so refreshing to see new things.

  9. eclat at | | Reply

    God, Turkey as an inspiration, and this is all she found?! That said, the clothes are very wearable I guess because the silhouettes are so safe. I like the harem pants, and even the map dresses.

  10. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I love almost every single piece !! So wearable off the runway !

  11. prisha at | | Reply

    nothing original from payal singhal….
    looks like she was “inspiired” by the big ornamental necklace trend…. each ensemble looks the same, blingy neckpiece, tight bodice, and different bottoms…. looks like she went thru a few foreign magazines, and was “inspired” by a few silhouettes….
    its a blah collection overall…..

  12. posh at | | Reply

    im assumming all the comments are from well trained established sucessful fashion crtics or designers right? if not unless u can do any of the stuff these guys can u should just shut up….:)

  13. amisha at | | Reply

    im not a fan of Payals collection. its looks the same OVER and OVER again. btw all her fashions shows in the USA are VERY unorganized!!! after attending the last few shows i have lost interest in her line and stop buying as her store intermax filled bankrupcy!! the lady needs to get it togather before she loses all her clients !!!

    1. Manisha at | | Reply

      The store called ‘indomix’ not ‘intermax’ was not owned by ‘Payal Singhal’ she only supplied her goods to them. Please get you facts before talking about somebody in public.

      1. mena at | | Reply

        amisha is right, it was half owned by payal as well. and yup her show’s are unorganized. honey in the states everyone is entitled to their opnion. u get ur facts straight~

  14. meria at | | Reply

    love most of the dresses. wow!!!!

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