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  1. Jyoti at | | Reply

    Yup nothing unique about this collection. Aethetically pleasing but definately not ground breaking.

  2. Sangita at | | Reply

    Love the AZTEC look, this look was in one season back in the 90s.

    I definitely want the skirts.

    1. TiqueBou at | | Reply

      Aztec prints, Aztec embellished with sequins have been all over high street lookbooks since March.

  3. TiqueBou at | | Reply

    you can add Haute Hippie to that list of ‘references

  4. suzy q at | | Reply

    You can’t really expect creativity from every designer…Indian fashion weeks have shown me this very sad truth.

    And Surily is no exception.

    1. Sunanda at | | Reply

      True, it looks nice, but nothing that is unique or hasn’t been done before. These prints have been around for a while.

    2. TiqueBou at | | Reply

      then they are not designer they are seamstress or tailor. which is also perfectly valuable skill & they should be proud of it :)

  5. SY at | | Reply

    If you guys have the time and patience, I think you should check BCBG catalog for spring 2012 or summer (forgot which one).

    The first dress in the second and third rows above seems wayyyy too familiar and I remember seeing something like that from BCBG few months ago.

    Do they HAVE to show a collection that they copied if they can’t get themselves to be creative a season? arggggg

    1. SY at | | Reply

      Actually just check BCBG website and their sale section. You would be confused as to weather you are seeing Surily’s collection for BCBG ;)

  6. Myka at | | Reply

    Hi Priyanka, glad you pointed out that the name of the brands, the designer might have taken inspiration from and reading the comments you can’t help but agree that BCBG might have been a reference point too. Looking at some of the details, I thought Sass and Bide from many moons ago, also because the designer used to patronise Sass and Bide. ;)

  7. TiqueBou at | | Reply

    so I just saw on twitter that all the pieces light up with neon accents – now that’s fun & super original :)

  8. ak at | | Reply

    The Aztec print is even in the same colours (grey, orange, white) as All Saints! And considering that look got so much attention in Bwood, it’s puzzling that it figures so predominantly in her collection.

  9. just casually at | | Reply

    This is just sad. And sadder will be here celebrity friends lapping this knock-off collection.

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  10. vee at | | Reply

    Some thought sure did go into the clothes…but not the shoes! Soo been there done that!

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