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  1. Tanya at | | Reply

    I’m sorry but I find this collection completely lacklaster and uninspiring… so use to my mouth dropping in awe of Manish M design’s, unfortunately this collection disappoints.

  2. Rash at | | Reply

    Am I actually seeing MM’s design ??? I am lovinggg it ! The sarees are gorgeous ! No blings, no tacky colors !Wow love the use of mild colors. Waiting to see celebs wear one of them and the last row dresses.

    1. M at | | Reply

      exactly !!! looks like he is channeling his “inner sabyasachi” ;)

      but THANK GOD for no bling !!!

    2. deewani at | | Reply

      I was scrolling down the WLIFW posts and stopped at these, kept staring in awe, then thought hey which designer is this and it was Manish! This man is a genius.

  3. kasthuri at | | Reply

    and the netty bling continues. But a lot better than the MM stuff celebs wear right now.

  4. Ritu at | | Reply

    The first one in the last row…….it’s soooo gorgeous…. Am loving it!

  5. MJ at | | Reply

    If you didn’t know this was Manish M, you’d say Sabya meets Rohit Bal.
    Not that I’m complaining though. I like.

    1. MJ at | | Reply

      Especially <3 the lehengas. Gorjuss!

  6. KP at | | Reply

    I quite like it… There is no bling, and the colors are lovely, nothing garish…

  7. Vanaja at | | Reply

    I really liked this collection but surprised to know it is MM. Looks like he is getting rid of the bling…..good change.

  8. Pedro at | | Reply

    Total load of nonsense, he makes the most tacky bad quality clothes. Indian designers need to learn design instead of being friends with a few Bollywood stars to get by.

  9. Adara at | | Reply

    Love all the lehengas. TG, he finally got rid of the velvet. Maybe he got it all sold to Sabya.:P

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