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  1. divi at | | Reply

    Lovely. Cuts are not very flattering on some of these dresses but id love to be seen in the 1st row and the last two rows.

  2. pdaervo at | | Reply


  3. Raiinie at | | Reply

    @pdaervo: Haha. Tht’s wht i was thinking!!

  4. Another Kiran in NYC at | | Reply

    Sabyasachis clone.

    Still the colors are well put together. If it was original it would have been an interesting collection for the colors alone. Unfortunately the inspiration is too obvious.

  5. deewani at | | Reply

    why this craze for brocade? i hate the thick shiny tacky material, reminds me of those thick blankets we used to have in india minus the shine. even the embroidery in those blankets was similar. In 2 years brocade will be out of fashion. What’s the point of buying these expensive indian outfits if you can only wear it once or twice and it goes out of fashion the third time you want to wear it. Simply not worth it!

  6. dn at | | Reply

    Sabya influence was my first thought too. Nice stuff, but get your own style… was Joy Mitra under a rock not to realize?

  7. Surbhi at | | Reply

    Yep, it looks like sabyas work.. i think anyone who tries to combine multiple colors together will end up as one, now

  8. nafisa at | | Reply

    first row left
    i like skirt
    i like skirt
    i like skirt

  9. Sue at | | Reply

    wow..looks like everyone is copying Sabya. Infact my friend who attended Bridal Asia 2008 said the same thing.

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  11. Janvi at | | Reply

    lol…would have loved this collection if similar stuff had not been done by sabya…

  12. Jeanie at | | Reply

    i don’t keep up with what indian designers are putting out what, but i really love this…

    i’ve been wanting a patchwork saree blouse lately! #5 looks cool.

  13. shivi at | | Reply

    i lov his swork..

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