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  1. BollyBitchy at | | Reply

    Wow. Spellbound. Way to go anamika

  2. BollyBitchy at | | Reply

    Did you guys notice, sonam’s already worn the 3rd garment from the first row and the 4th from the 2nd, in different colors of course

  3. Kryptic Krusader at | | Reply

    wow! sheer elegance and opulence. love the way anamika plays with colors, her threadwork, styling and the fabrics she uses.. EXQUISITE!! A lot of her pieces are heirloom worthy.

    Just wish I could afford this grandeur…

  4. monika at | | Reply

    Oh wow!! This is exquisite!! Lustworthy!

  5. Éclat at | | Reply

    For the first time in ZILLIONS of collections, I actually gasped at the beauty of it all.
    I don’t know how any people will be able to carry some of the dhoti, but as a collection, right now, I love it.

    1. Éclat at | | Reply

      Typos: how *many* people will be able to carry some of the *drapes*

    2. Shiva at | | Reply

      here’s someone who doesn’t think that
      loads of embroidery + yards of tulle = Couture

      she understands cut, understands fabric, understands embroidery and seems creative enough to deliver season after season.

      Way to go!

    3. missplaced at | | Reply

      i 2nd ur comment, i gasped, sat up, took notice and drooled… anamika sure has raised the bar for everyone!!!

  6. Lalitha at | | Reply

    Drooling. Alot. Wow. LOVE LOVE LOVE the softer colours, but the rich ones are a sight to behold as well! Those mini-capes (what else to call them….anyone know what the right term would be?) remind of me the ones Elie Saab used a few seasons ago. Collection is so interesting, the lehengas are FAB: I am not sure which is my fave as I like them all! The lehenga that looks like a series of leaves is amaaaazing, what a statement! She is super-talented. I met her a few years ago in Bangalore through a friend who is an old customer of hers and not only is she talented, but she was also nice. That blue & beige coat (looks like it has applique/cutwork on it…can’t tell too well from the pic) would also look great with a fitted black dress, or well cut black pants, or even a nice pencil skirt….damn I want that so I can wear it to the office!!

  7. Sal(SS) at | | Reply

    Absolutely stunning. And I love the salon setting.

  8. Jay at | | Reply

    Its like she won’t entirely evolve incase she is forgotton or is still in love with her previous work. Move on… it looks like Sabyasachi and Manish Malhotra had a love child and dipped it in bleach. Just saying. Also there is nothing couture about that blue sari/drape.

  9. Nisha B at | | Reply

    I’ve already have images of Sonam in my mind wearing some of the designs above..

  10. Slc at | | Reply

    There is nothing I didn’t like.

  11. Sunanda at | | Reply

    Mein Gott, these outfits are so intricate and delicate! gasp-worthy beauty….

  12. Andreas at | | Reply

    Just wow! Those are amazing designs! It is definitely something extraordinary what Anamika has showcased at this Delhi Couture week!

  13. veenu at | | Reply

    Of all the collections seen so far, this one really captivates and compels the viewer, to take in the beauty of each piece.

    There is so much detailing at all levels – structure, craftsmanship, creativity, color and beauty, that one can’t stop from gushing. Wow!

  14. carrotswithlime at | | Reply

    It may just be me, but I think this collection of hers is tasteless. I see a lot of sparkle, though without any aesthetic pleasure. There’s one piece that’s passable to my eye, but overall her collection is nothing short of tawdry!

    1. just me at | | Reply

      Agree with you! Those pieces in the first row are nothing short of horrendous – the black and gold tights visible through the untidily draped fabric, the shiny ponchos! I grew to LOVE her lehengas – just had to get my hands on one and some of her pieces are ethereal but this collection just doesn’t cut it for me.

  15. aman at | | Reply

    um did she just copy the CHANEL show runway idea with the off-white background and the dinning tables? How not original. And honestly, would anyone really wear this out (except sonam of course)? I like the pastels but wish the designs were more wearable and flattering for all body types.

    1. Sheikha at | | Reply

      Second that.

      1. just me at | | Reply

        Yup – the Chanel runway comparison…I thought that was a novelty then, now here it’s hackneyed. However, looks like there were only drinks on the menu, at least going by these pics.

  16. ss at | | Reply

    Brilliant collection. Quite frankly, this is the first time I was wowed since LFW and DCW.
    I do feel that these outfits are meant for tall women. Not sure if shorter ones can pull ’em off.

  17. Natasha Dhawan at | | Reply

    class all the way

  18. Sheikha at | | Reply

    Its beautiful, but is it wearable?

  19. FashionVictim at | | Reply

    Beautiful, different and couture worthy!! Love the pieces from the second row. These are much more balanced than what Sonam was wearing!

  20. soni at | | Reply

    lreminiscent of lagerfeld’s Bombay meets Paris any one ?

  21. arpitha d at | | Reply

    they r nice, but dont find much ‘indian’ look in most of the designers attires.

  22. Saya at | | Reply

    I like the first one, first row and the second piece in the third row. But one needs to be tall like super tall to carry any of these outfits. Some of it also seem inspired by the ones from middle east without the head scarves.

  23. Seema at | | Reply

    I’m from kashmir and my mom has outfits similar to these like capes n waistcoats with embroidery zardosi etc I don’t see anything innovative about this at all .. Not impressed

  24. Mindy at | | Reply

    I can see that the collection is nice (reminds me of Chanel’s runway show though), but this collection is also very confusing. It will be interesting to see if anyone can pull these outfits off at all.

    1. Dilli Waali at | | Reply

      Mindy, you are bang on right ! I saw Karl written all over this collection, this is a rip-off of Chanel !

  25. Food Poisoned Attorney at | | Reply

    Bit on the fence on some of the pieces and there are a few which are ethereal.

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