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  1. kimmy at | | Reply

    Not exactly a comment to the designs, but the first model looks a lot like Iman! I also like the dress she’s wearing as well…there’s bits and pieces from each piece that I can appreciate, but probably not on a whole.

  2. Indian Girl at | | Reply

    LOVE the makeup !

  3. _*Dia*_ at | | Reply

    i love the outfits…specially the color combination….love each one of them!!!

  4. T at | | Reply

    agree with Dia , very pleasing to the eye

  5. deewani at | | Reply

    loved these outfits! finally a designer figured out how to use vertical stripes properly! I hate horizontal stripes but they are everywhere and they just make us look fatter, wider and shorter…y then every tee in the mall has horizontal only is beyond me!

  6. PeachBellini at | | Reply

    i love these outfits. i wish we could wear clothes like these in suburban usa and without eliciting a “your english is flawless!” remark.

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  8. Fatima at | | Reply

    lol i know what u mean PeachBellini, but thankfully its not that bad in England…

    to the dresses, i really like these…they’re not bound by ‘time’ they’re almost classic silhouettes for ethnic wear, yet what makes them so very different is the craftmanship, material, colours etc…

    i would buy and wear her clothes…

  9. Clio at | | Reply

    These are way cute! Real possibilities for wearing by non-models, unlike the ugly batch below on the blog.

  10. Nick at | | Reply

    @PeachBellini.. I agree. The outfits do have an Indian touch that I like but are very urban looking as well…1,2,3,4,6 in particular

  11. stuti at | | Reply

    i like the fluidity of the clothes. and the sheer simplicity. nice!

  12. pdaervo at | | Reply

    @Peach Bellini
    lol, I’ve never had anyone say that to me
    …but then again I’ve never worn anything quite so ethnic
    I do like the clothes though

  13. Belle at | | Reply

    @PeachBellini: ahahaha that’s hilarious! Yeh, there is a reason why I don’t wear clothes like that…I do not want to be called a FOB. Identity issues maybe?
    It’s such a pity, because it means I miss out on wearing such nice things sometimes!

  14. anita at | | Reply

    Pnp u making me homesick:-)

  15. NMB at | | Reply

    when one is talking abt their wearability..i really like the first one…one can team it up with a lovely lycra stretchable churidar to give it a traditional yet trendy look(when d need arises).

  16. monika at | | Reply

    Lovely collection. I like this the best till now in terms of wearability. I especially like the first two & the last one.

  17. NJ at | | Reply

    Stunning pieces. Very elegant, very versatile.

  18. U at | | Reply

    All of them are amazing!

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