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  1. Aakshi at | | Reply

    Love the splatter and the phonebooth prints, as well as the neon pops, but I just can’t get on board with that lipstick print.. Comes off really tacky..

    1. FashionVictim at | | Reply

      Exactly my thought! :)
      I usually don’t like Satya Paul prints and Masaba’s designs are kinda hot or miss…so I wasn’t sure what their baby would look like!!

  2. Ila Naidu at | | Reply

    OOoooo I love the collection esp the lipstick print ….sarees and dresse…so funk and refreshing !!!

    Gone right onto my lust list !! Great job by Masaba

  3. bongbabe at | | Reply

    i am going through a grey phase right now, so i love those pieces.

  4. Senorita at | | Reply

    I’d wear that black-white-neon green saree in a heartbeat. Like the splatter prints, don’t mind the lipstick prints either. Good stuff.

  5. tiv at | | Reply

    It’s like a trend these days. Take any mundane object, make a print out of it, and suddenly you are the hottest designer! Unimpressed.

    1. yingyang at | | Reply

      i would totally agree to @tiv , its probably the PR machinery thats working overtime for such designers.. but what i wonder is how would a brand like satyapaul pick up such a nascant designer as their creative head ?

    2. and at | | Reply

      well said and true but then others should have done it too right ..it so happens that Masaba could think out of the box and do it first…so prop to her for that…you could be talented in diff ways!

    3. Flabbergasted at | | Reply

      Totally agree!!
      This is not design!! There is no fabric play, no print re-invention.
      There could’ve been some innovation in the lipstick print too, but all she did is take it as it is & splatter it on the fabrics.
      And the paint splatter print just makes me laugh!
      If this is what our popular designers are doling out, then there is a serious cause for concern.
      And people please stop encouraging these ridiculous designs just because they are from well known designers!!!

      1. tiv at | | Reply

        Well said!!

        1. Still Flabbergasted at | | Reply

          Thank you.

  6. harry at | | Reply

    Very eclectic…specially the sarees. Love the pink and neon!

  7. Lola at | | Reply

    So in love with this collection; the prints and style are great.

  8. preti at | | Reply

    After getting a sneak peek at the lipstick print on sonar, I really expected the collection to knock my socks off. This is a bit of a let down and Satya Paul badly needs an uplift. Sigh-ness!

  9. ritika at | | Reply

    Love the splatter print. That saree with that sequinned blouse is pretty neat.
    It was such a hyped appointment, I feel bad that I’m not too impressed. Unable to get on board with that lipstick print.

  10. slc at | | Reply

    Satya Paul sarees have such a lovely flowy movement when you wear them; so he/Masaba have stayed true to the concept. This collection did not excite me but there are some great prints I guess, splatter, phonebooth especially

  11. Rii at | | Reply

    Not very exciting coming from Masaba. I expected more from her. The only design I’m liking is the green/neon sari.

  12. aneyefortalent at | | Reply

    i liked satyapaul as it was before.. i dont like these ..

    1. aneyefortalent at | | Reply

      other than the black and white water dress

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