Satya Paul: LFW Summer/Resort 2010

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There were a few shows we couldn’t wait for them to get over and this was one of them. Nothing new or imaginative on offer, it was ‘same ol’-same ol’ trussed up.

Pastels in georgettes, crepe, satin, chiffon with easy fluid drapes or textured accents with crushed fabric and embellishments were sent down the Satya Paul runway. Abstract prints, florals and heavy embroidery made up the rather extensive range of silhouettes shown on the runway, right from saris to gowns, to cocktail dresses, minis and churidaars. Whew.

And yet, nothing stood out.




Satya Paul, Lakme Fashion Week Resort 2010

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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    • hahaha that’s how it is .. some really bad designers out there in fact there are sooo few good ones im not sure if i kno one

  1. I usually LOVE satya paul, but I agree their spring collection is pretty lacklustre, I prefer the silk collection they did last season, was it called the resham collection or something? Anyway that was gorgeous and something different from them.

  2. That grey anarkali or whatever that thing is IS AWESOME! I generally dislike Indian wear due to its bling and shine and OTT ghettoness, but that grey one is differen from the usual fare I see or maybe its just the color thats a unique color for Indian wear. Regardless I’d hit that!

  3. the grey anarkali… sigh! it is lovely 🙂
    the rest of the collection has nothing “designer” about it but i’ll bet my bottom $$ that it sells like hot cakes!
    its very wearable for the non-celebrity-socialite-woman.

  4. I like the multicolored one shoulder dress that Diandra is wearing. So flowy and totally wearable. Diandra’s features stand out so much with the bald head – who would’ve thought?!

  5. I actually disagree P & P, their clothes are lovely and very wearable.. some of the sarees, churidaars you have featured are great.. wearable may mean a bit boring from a ‘style’ perspective but folks like us need these for daily wear

  6. Oh i like this. Same old stuff but yet beautiful and gorgeous !!
    I love everything in the second row, and mandiras sari in the first row. And the grey suit i got to get !

  7. Awww, what a disappointment from Satya Paul. What happened to the prints???
    I like the yellow saree, but that’s because it’s yellow and I like yellow sarees.

  8. All,, of em.are. ..wearable.. Guys.. Except some too.. too much.. blingy things.. That too can be adjusted on Occasions. Love the,, Last Row,,, materials.


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