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  1. soniya at | | Reply

    not sooo good but some of them are outstanding! mixture of indian and western wear! i love manish arora!

  2. RUCHii at | | Reply

    maybe its just in my head.. but i usually associate Manish Arora with edgy-spikey, bright- neon colored clothes..so this one actually feels somewhat new coming from him. It almost seems feminine & soft with pastel colors while not going all wimpy! So me likey!

  3. AM (Maid in Mumbai) at | | Reply

    In complete agreement, PnP.

    To me it was so badly put together I didn’t notice the jewellery. Also absent-the designer’s usual sense of fun.

  4. Sheila at | | Reply

    I really like this collection! His pieces are usually really edgy and loud. These designs can be worn and mixed in so many different ways. Love the pastel colours!

  5. Sunanda at | | Reply

    Love the first dress and the entire second row :)

  6. Adhishree at | | Reply

    i absolutely LOVE this. even though i feel like he looked to Chanel’s Bombay to Paris collection for inspiration (or a bit more than inspiration perhaps ;) )
    some of the pieces really stand out though, and some don’t really fit in with the rest of the collection. But i love how he’s used the pastel tones to bring out the colors yet not make it appear very in your face with the brightness.
    I also feel like if the models were all indian/brown-skinned, they would look completely different.

  7. Lalitha at | | Reply

    I like this collection as it looks alot more wearable (the prints, colours, cuts) than his usual fare. There are some interesting pieces, but then it is Manish!

  8. deemelinda at | | Reply

    lovely colour palette

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