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  1. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I do love Manish Arora :)
    mostly editorial of course…but I do see a few things Carrie Bradshaw would wear (I am, of course, a Carrie)

  2. Aarthi at | | Reply

    UGGGHHH>..hate it…as different as this collection looks, it looks more like a collection for clowns in a circus!!

  3. Adi at | | Reply

    ha ha…yes stuff carrie would wear and i would mock! lol! not happening!

  4. Enne at | | Reply

    Is this Manish Arora for’ Cirque de Suraj??!
    cuz otherwise, what could the point be of all this?

  5. suri at | | Reply

    Bring on the clowns!
    I’m not sure if even Carrie could carry this off, ha ha!

  6. Lux at | | Reply

    K I’m not this huge style or fashion expert but I’m having major difficulty figuring out indian designers; style in comparison to the way western designers do things. For these shows.. are the outfits supposed to be couture collections or ready to wear collections? Clearly this is a couture collection and I think it’s a great collection.. I can clearly see where he’s headed this spring and what his spring collection is all about.. but I can’t say the same with a lot of the others. I can’t tell if the others are attempts at couture collections but not quite reaching, or if those are supposed to be ready to wear. Also I don’t see clear thoughts from a lot of the other designers. They seem to be all over the place. Manish’s collection seems well thought out and I’m excited to get something from his collection this spring.

  7. kayshika at | | Reply

    lmao at cirque de suraj!

  8. Surbhi at | | Reply

    i dont get what is the point in designing and creating outfits if they are not wearable…

  9. eclat at | | Reply

    Agree w/ Lux, re: how indian designers go about ideating… None of them have a single thread that goes through them that says “one collection”… Have these fashion weeks been for Winter, Summer,couture,pret, resort, what? I can’t make out at all…

  10. pdaervo at | | Reply

    embrace it as an art ladies (and gentlemen)
    and I do agree with Lux
    “wear-ablility” is relative

  11. Adit at | | Reply

    lovely crazy clothes, like the man. Love him, love his style, love his collections, and ofcourse the over the top make up and hair…

  12. Adit at | | Reply

    by the way his collection in Europe and the middle east is sold out every single season, so much for “one collection”, its about the overall sale of the product and what sells…sells

  13. Sharin at | | Reply

    Adit I don’t quite understand what you’re saying. What d you mean by “so much for one collection”?

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  15. Janvi at | | Reply

    he can do WAYYY better than this

  16. Laila at | | Reply

    Janice Dickinson said on her reality show about her modeling agency as she did a photo shoot for Halloween [it was like a creepy circus theme] that the reason she loves high fashion is because it’s all about fantasy… so I suppose in that sense, it works.

  17. seema at | | Reply

    he’s copied some of the balenciaga silhoutes

  18. edward at | | Reply

    I hope you guys realise that apart from being featured in international editorials and covers modelled by none other than Kate Moss, Manish has a huge fan following in India and abroad who actually wear his clothes. Besides his clothes are not for the dull hearted.

  19. Protyasha at | | Reply

    Exactly. Not for the dull hearted.

  20. kam at | | Reply

    Creative still far from reality.

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