18 Responses

  1. Surbhi at | | Reply

    very creative?? yess.
    wearable??.. umm.. NO

  2. Adit at | | Reply

    very dramatic, good ramp clothes, how they will translate into real life is to be seen

  3. suchi at | | Reply

    bizarre just for the sake of being bizarre. Not liking them even as a concept.

  4. Bsimple at | | Reply

    umm, why is deepika padukone tagged here? I don’t see the connection? very dramatic yes, but wearable…I guess for fashion adventurers only!

  5. Adi at | | Reply

    apparently serenity was the theme. if this is serene i am going to shut up right now. lol. I like the first model and the dress…she is carrying it well.

  6. Sumi at | | Reply

    too edgy and out there..

  7. yummy at | | Reply

    wat abt that third row right one … its like a hen peaking out of its den …. lol

  8. yummy at | | Reply

    like the first onr though …

  9. Janvi at | | Reply

    wow some of them are actually garbage bags…..

  10. nefertiti at | | Reply

    BSimple, Deepika featured on the ramp. I saw a pic of her somewhere in something similar to the first dress.

  11. pdaervo at | | Reply

    interesting…I see a lot of the sculptural trend in these
    BUT a few of them are just ugly

  12. bedazzled at | | Reply

    The look of the right model in the third row says a thousand words – looks like she is going to get breatheless any time and thinking – OMG – why me??

  13. Koel at | | Reply

    lol. Shantanu & nikhil have started taking themselves way too seriously. Hence these ridiculous designs..look like the product of some crafts project. Even the dress deepika wore on the ramp looked really shoddy and had no shape.Now draping some stole around the dress can qualify as ramp worthy statement too..

  14. yusra at | | Reply

    deepika walked sor SnN
    do u all hv any pics of her???

  15. eclat at | | Reply

    Like the textures on the fabrics- seems like they developed the fabrics and then the clothes- kinda like the Japanese

  16. sunny at | | Reply

    I don’t care if these aren’t wearable (though some actually are). This is what I want to see from Indian designers. I want to see them push the envelope, even at the risk of being rejected by those mindless fashion drones in Bollywood. I want them to continue creating stuff that is truly inspired. A+ for effort and confidence. Manish Malhotra doesn’t have that in him.

  17. amisha at | | Reply

    i like this collection even though i couldn’t wear any of it. it’s nice to see something different and original.

  18. Swshy Set at | | Reply

    Is it Spring or Fall? Spring has never seemed so dark and haunting.

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