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  1. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I love the first few pictures, and I can relate to her aesthetic. A lot of these designers, though, seem sort of uninspired- it sort of shows in their clothes…

  2. monika at | | Reply

    Love the mustard kurta- the first pic.

  3. FARAH at | | Reply

    is she such a big favourite of your’s to be featured here??
    The clothes shown here are just ok..
    She looks sweet though

  4. ramizi at | | Reply

    Really? I am my own muse?! And the frill sari I can definitely live without…

  5. Keya at | | Reply

    I love the first kutra-chudidar.. for the frilled sari.. idk I’ve never been able to get my self liking those.. and the last one seems a bit boring.

  6. anon at | | Reply

    I like the last three dresses shown. However the middle one reminds me of a dvf dress I own although in stretchy jersey fabric..

  7. annie at | | Reply

    The designs are not very aestheically appealing! After reading the interview I would have imagined some hot designs, not a black sari with frill on it. That is something an uncreative darzi would make.

  8. priya at | | Reply

    the frill lace sari is fabulous. have seen Malini and Pratima herself wear it – looks stunning. very creative.

  9. Anky at | | Reply

    Cool stuff. new age. I like her attitude. love the frilly black sari – good stuff.

  10. Kimmy at | | Reply

    NICE! Ive seen her clothes at Ensemble – very wispy and elegant esp for our weather. she should have modelled her own, why those ugly mannequins. i love the white going into pink shift. can we get her contact details?

  11. Tara at | | Reply

    Kick ass interview! She’s got guts. Lovely outfits. U go girl!

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