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  1. Hema at | | Reply

    Wow! An OM placed close to the crotch….MM should be thankful that Hindus are very tolerant and passive.

  2. Hema at | | Reply

    *correction ” MA should…”

  3. gwen77 at | | Reply

    im not a big fan of any sort of digital multi coloured prints…they give me a headache :S

  4. Karishma at | | Reply

    This has nothing to do with this post, but I couldn’t help posting, just saw Miss India’s dress on the National costume round on the Miss Universe 2010 pageant, ugh, what a downer. Although, I guess, it’s kind of nice that they did something so different, but I have to admit that even though it had gotten V-E-R-Y repetative, I was really looking forward to one of Ritu Kumar’s absolutely yummy lehengas *sad face*.

  5. SJ at | | Reply

    I hate it

  6. sheena at | | Reply

    dont really know if i want the symbol of my religion on my upper thighs…but whatevs

  7. GigiB at | | Reply

    Thats not the MA piece shes worn. The 1st outfit in the vid – the top with the giant sequins.. that’s Manish..

  8. duh at | | Reply

    i used to like his design, but i am over it.

  9. lolita at | | Reply

    I have only one word to describe all this outfits….RIDICULOUS!

    Now I get what they mean by “Anything goes….in the name of fashion”

  10. Megha at | | Reply

    Not a fan of having the Om or God’s faces on clothing
    I know it’s supposed to be kitschy and maybe I’m just an old bore but to me it feels a tad wrong

    1. MojitoLover at | | Reply

      Me too. And I always thought I was the only old bore. =)
      Yeah, there’s kitsch…and there’s…shock value? I dunno, it just never seems right to me.

      1. uy at | | Reply

        Add in one more here!!
        I was shocked to see P & P wanting to own that ‘Om’ one..

        1. kasthuri at | | Reply

          Me too. Hate it with Om in that place or without. screams trashy to me.

  11. Anu C at | | Reply

    I dont get Manish Arora at all. Its like he throws every color out on the fabric and goes with whatever sticks.

  12. eclat at | | Reply

    Am not a militant Hindu in any way, but am so over this ashram-kitsch thing to the extent that I’m ready to take sides with the people who complain about the bastardisation of religious iconography on any and everything regardless of sentiments. Just end it already!

  13. sassy_girl at | | Reply

    whtheyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy …

  14. kiwi at | | Reply

    After seeing lady GaGa, nothing seems shocking or over the top anymore :)

    1. :Diti at | | Reply

      I like lady gaga somehow… but her, i dont understand. and i absolutely hate the song!!!

  15. bongbabe at | | Reply

    this lady is just plain weird.

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