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  1. Laveena at | | Reply

    This collection looks anything but original

  2. ashi at | | Reply

    drapes and pleats could have been pulled off so well with the fabrics used [minus the leather though, i think], unfortunately this is too overwhelming and kinda on the tacky side :S

    p.s can i just applaud u both for the LFW reporting, loved it :)

  3. Pri at | | Reply

    it’s so rami from project runway.. soo much draping. wish the shoes could have been better.

  4. Laveena at | | Reply

    Dear Pri, Rami does a better job, his drapes are so beautiful and sensual. There’s nothing pretty here.

  5. Chocolate Martini at | | Reply

    The dress on Lisa Haydon would be awesome if the draping was a lot more simple. But that’s about it

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  7. nayantara at | | Reply

    this reminds me of what nicholas ghesquire had done for balenciaga last season..or was it the season before..even the colours

  8. Kanira at | | Reply

    this just looks like a case of overthinking the outfits…just too much going on..

  9. SK at | | Reply

    these dresses look like sheets drapped around the models body… if they cant carry it off… who can?!!!
    yards and yards of fabric wrapped around a womans body – only a saree can accomplish that…

  10. SK at | | Reply

    p.s. – they look like bad bridesmaids dresses!

  11. kiwi at | | Reply

    Very messy

  12. eclat at | | Reply

    So Ninon Palisse, who finished design school in 2008 (yes, I Googled), gets to head the “design house” Vizyon because she’s French, so automatically everything she does is tres chic? Phtbhpppp…

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  14. Nat at | | Reply

    Only the first and 2nd dresses are so so. The rest, too much going on. You are OUT.

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