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  1. Anonyms at | | Reply

    Edgy and strikingly bold!

  2. Praatika at | | Reply

    I find it rather refreshing to see celebrities to wear fresh and upcoming labels which have the potential to change the face of red carpet game in India and abroad. I admire Richa for taking risk and working this dress which has more of a global aesthetic to it. It’s always nice to see the red carpet ninjas to breakaway from the usual names, expected trends and the horrid stereotypical silhouettes.

  3. Laina Emmanuel at | | Reply

    I love the overall look. The sheer overlay is what gives that beautiful edge to a fairly well-known and oft-used geometric pattern. And you used the word whimsical so well. She reminds me Winona Ryder and her whimsical, constantly bewildered, wide-eyed beauty. But the red lipstick and Richa Chadda’s poise bring a sense of a very mature innocence. Overall nice!

    Disclosure – I have a Oyster Dress from BluePrint which I love and hence keep following Divya’s work :) I am hoping I am objective, but I know I am biased :P

    1. whteve at | | Reply

      winona ryder? LMAO.
      Hayley Atwell-Captain America look

  4. Karishma Sudarsan at | | Reply

    Wish she’d put her hair up. With this she looks like she doesn’t have a neck. The dress isn’t looking bad on the red carpet..

  5. alti at | | Reply

    Harlequin print is never a good choice unless it’s on the pavement. So that dress was doomed from the start. The flower fishnet just completed the disaster.

  6. Adara at | | Reply

    She owns the look? HA HA. She looks pretty clownish doing all that pose with that gown. She always looks pretty bad.

  7. Puneeta at | | Reply

    “Besies”!!! OMG! Sigh.

    1. Violet at | | Reply

      Given them a break. It’s just a typo.

  8. Deepthi at | | Reply

    I think this look is spunky! The outfit is definitely something very different (and gorgeous) and Richa wears it well.

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