13 Responses

  1. anita at | | Reply

    true – but I find myself liking the 2nd one and the last one.. :-)

  2. Karishma at | | Reply

    A club where? In the 1980’s??????? (Heck even for the 80’s the clothes are boring)

  3. Karishma at | | Reply

    Actually I take the 80’s comment back, the 80’s were actually btr (yes even with the shoulder pads). These looks belong to that one yr in the early 90’s when everybody became tooo safe!

  4. Surbhi at | | Reply

    these seem and feel like old designs.. and its black so am not sure about the detailing..

  5. luvstonz at | | Reply

    Nothing to write home about…maybe its all in the detailing?

  6. j at | | Reply


  7. pdaervo at | | Reply

    very…ready to wear (at a department store -_-)

  8. suchi at | | Reply

    love dress number 2.for a change something that is wearable

  9. Karma at | | Reply

    Ew! These clothes are so tacky!! I’ve seen more fashionable dresses and better styling in the isles of Walmart.

  10. anisha at | | Reply

    ohnoo!!… wat is wrong with him…looks like he had dresses left from his 90’s collection…n dint have time to make new ones…so just showcased them…hehe

  11. Adit at | | Reply

    very predictable, very boring and very safe

  12. NJ at | | Reply

    He is probably the most unimaginative ‘designer’ out there..nothing more than a glorified stylist. Why exactly is he so hyped?

  13. Po at | | Reply

    Ugh. I have no clue how people like him become designers! All he does is ‘try’ to keep it commercially viable yet unique…but unique never stands out, as for being commercial we have so many better brands to look at which offer better options. He should stick to making bridal wear where he doesn’t have to waste his time using imagination….just a awful lot of sequins and embroidery will do the trick.

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