Sunday, March 2, 2008

Turning The Tables, Part Deux

Here are designers again, dressed to "so not impress"! Maybe, they just believe in the mantra of "letting their work speak for itself". ;)

While the above might be true for Neeta Lulla, I am not sure it holds true for Anna!











Neeta Lulla


Anna Singh




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3 comments:

Rashmi said...

For some reason I always used to get confused with the faces of these two designers but now that Neeta Lulla has gone way ahead with her exquisite designs and fame of course, it's easy to distinguish. To say that she's did an amazing job with Jodha akbar's costumes is an understatement. I mean the woman JUST mesmerized us with her creations. I know Anna Singh designed some costumes for Devdas but she seems to have disappeared from the Limelight these days.

It is my big dream to wear saarees and churidars made by Neeta Lulla. I think luck too has favored this woman (besides hard work) who along with her husband was in a big dilemma when the beautiful actress Divya Bharti died in the tragic accident. Apparently Neeta and her husband were with Divya in her apartment when she fell from her building.

Anyways, I'm now looking at my idol Hrithik Roshan and what's with the jeans? I think it's too long and the cuts in the front doesn't suit him well. Other than that, he looks dashing as always.

Anonymous said...

I do not like Neeta Lulla's design becos they are a)not original b) not finished well c) expensive for the price she is asking. In a country like India with talent like Shahab Durazi and Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Rohit Bal and Abu and Sandeep. Its amazing that a designer like Neeta Lulla can do so well. Yes its lady luck, Ash's bad taste, and maybe little bit of hard work that got her where she is. OVERATED comes to mind.

Ragini said...

Neeta Lulla has luck favoring her otherwise she has NO talent whatsoever. You need to look at how she dressed Ash for cannes to recognize that she has no aptitude for fashion. Nothing about the designs in Jodha Akbar is cutting edge - any designer who has the bandwidth to do research can create the ghaghras and cholis that Ash was wearing. Gosh!