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  1. D at | | Reply

    Love the colour in the sarees!

  2. PeachBellini at | | Reply

    interesting idea.

    wish they’d stayed with the props instead of attaching signs to the models’ heads. it looks kinda ridiculous.

  3. Fatima at | | Reply

    is the second model on the left holding her saree? what is it? or was it a wardrobe malfunction? i love colour…so the srees are automatic winners…
    Also agree with Peach Bellini, they should have avoided the signs…

  4. _*Dia*_ at | | Reply

    i second peachbellini.
    Interesting idea, but badly executed.

  5. Saya at | | Reply

    IS it just me or does the model to the right :3rd & 4th row resemble Minnie Driver?

  6. To poor to ever make it to the pages is HH at | | Reply

    I wish she concentrated more on clothes than the prop. for the sarees it looks like she took few strips of coloured fabric and calle it a day.

  7. Priscilla at | | Reply

    lol@ saya. That’s Candice Pinto

  8. Sanjay at | | Reply

    hmm trying to copy sabyasachi??

  9. CocoNUT at | | Reply

    i love randomly put together colorful saris like in this collections

    I LOVE THE QUIRKINESS of this show…every single show in this fashion week were soo boring, but this one at least had a concept

  10. safia faruqi at | | Reply

    we ll, i read that this concept was about the resilience of india…typified by the characteristic chai. behind the drama created was a great idea. the o -so-propah models were presented as village women…hence the ill-draped sarees. each thing jelled with the basic concept…..it was well thought out….y’kno ..method in the madness

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