Clutch Spotting

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Natasha Poonawala stepped out a recent do in her now trademark hair-band and designer duds, armed with the Judith Leiber Harp minaudiere.

Have never been much of a fan of Leiber minaudieres and this particular one doesn’t nudge me into changing my mind either. Far from it. I get the ‘art/they-are-collectibles’ thought behind them but rarely ever think the $$$$$ price tag is justified for clutches that mostly end up looking like novelty items and rather difficult ones to carry/utilize at that. But guess same could be argued for anything one lusts after… Oh well, whatever sings to you. :)

P.S: Ms. Poonawala’s dress looks incredibly familiar (Missoni?)… anyone know which is it? Update: It’s a Dior. Thanks ‘selena’.


Natasha Poonawala With The Judith Leiber Harp Minaudiere


Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. The dress is interesting but with the minaudiere the look is way to OTT.
    I think Leiber minaudieres are amazing. My favourite is the Siamese cat one ^_^.

  2. i dont see a point in buying these ghastly looking accesories. who would pick this up if the ‘Leiber’ brand name was not associated with it? and the design on the dress looks like a beaded curtain

  3. fugly dress… sometimes these so called society women in mumbai and delhi really over do it….
    they still have to learn that everything they throw on does not have to scream “MONEY”… taste and elegance is also key….

  4. please tell me someone else agrees with me here- natasha’s “trademark” headband look is actually a “been there done that” vis-a-vis Tinsley Mortimer who was/ is a New York “it” girl known for her cork curls and headbands. nothing original about miss poonawala’s headband look. And the miniaudieres just scream baaaad taste. the dress is pretty garish too. Sorry, don’t have anything nice to say about this look excet that she seems to have bounced back well post giving birth..


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