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In Bebe


After a few sightings in the same ole’ sleeveless shift dress, we thought Tara had finally changed it up by opting for a shirt dress. Look’s like we were wrong cuz now the latter seems to be the phase she’s in.

Far Left: The Forest Success Bash at Vinoteca
Left: Bebe Trapeze Dress
Right: Bebe Belted Dress
Far Right: Jack Canfield Book Launch


Left: at Women’s Day Celebration
Center: At WIFT launch
Right: at LFW for Pia Pauro

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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Twice The Nice?


Radio host and fellow blogger, Malini Agarwal played host at a recent do in a backless halter dress by Junelia Aguiar, one which we had seen her previously wear in a different color during Fashion Week. :) Like either?

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Left: At The Cointreau Bash
Right: At Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2011

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani, Miss Malini

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In Suhani Pittie


As much as we envy the fact that Ms. Chopra gets to sport stuff right off the runway, this look of hers just doesn’t work for us. In fact, both ladies managed to kill lust-worthy pieces of jewelry! Jyoti’s look was a downright WTHeyyy! A shame really.

Left And Centre: Sabina Chopra At Lakme Fashion Week
Right: Suhani Pittie, Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2010


Left And Centre: Jyoti Gwalani At Lakme Fashion Week
Right: Suhani Pittie, Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2010

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani, Bharatstudent

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Lakme Fashion Week Spring 2010: Day Four


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Paromita Bannerjee Spring 2010, Lakme Fashion Week

“Safed Rang” by Paromita Banerjee was a collection that though had some pieces in color, predominantly was one of neutrals like white and off-white with some color used intermittently mostly as an accent on these garments. It was hard to miss the leaf motif which was used across the collection in quite a varied manner but what really scored points with me were the handloom fabrics and the pairing of the ‘sheer’ with the ‘solids’ which made for some interesting textures. The angarkha kurta and the white dress with the beautiful vest absolutely stood out. A very wearable collection.

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Swapnil Shinde Spring 2010, Lakme Fashion Week

Swapnil’s collection had a lot of color and a lot of varied silhouettes, from edgy skirts, severe jackets to almost Grecian dresses, from evening-wear to more casual attire. It was an interesting mix alright! The organzas, satins and chiffons were draped to the T and certainly weren’t for any wallflowers. Though not particularly fond of the ombre striped gowns, the more edgier pieces (like the one with white stone and sequin work) did stand out for all the right reasons. We predict seeing a lot of this collection on the red carpet.

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Vikram Phadnis Spring 2010, Lakme Fashion Week

Vikram Phadnis was among the designers who showed ‘Bridal Collections’ during the Lakme Fashion Week. It was a collection made of usual suspects when it comes to bridal trousseau… heavy zardozi work, crystals, ornate borders and intricate embroidery. For all the bright colors used and their eclectic pairing, it still seemed so dull. The terribly busy runway with the carpet while adding to the ambience, did absolutely nothing for the clothes. It only took away the shine from ’em. While we liked the saris and some of the lehengas, it wasn’t a collection that had us all excited. I still blame the runway… so damn distracting.

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Vivek Kumar Spring 2010, Lakme Fashion Week

Lot of metallic accents, a neutral palette and some interesting silhouettes are what made up Vivek Kumar’s collection. The more abstract of the pieces were definitely arresting while some others were just humdrum. It seemed like the collection was split right down to the middle, one half was really inspired and the rest… well.

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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Bag Spotting


Speaking strictly of bags considering the outfits aren’t much to write home about, we’ve got to say between the Gucci and the Valentino, we much prefer the Gucci. The Valentino Couture Braided Tote just doesn’t appeal to us much, give us a Maison or a Histoire any day!

P.S: She is carrying the Couture bag in patent leather but the pic below of the bag is of one in leather. Just to avoid any confusion. :P

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Reena Wadhwa
Left: At Muse
Right: At Lakme Fashion Week


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Left: Gucci Pelham Large Leather Shoulder Tote
Right: Valentino Couture Braided Tote

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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