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LFW Winter/Festive 2010: Asmita Marwa

Continuing to play with the theme of ‘Maya‘, Asmita presented a part resort-part bohemian collection which though organic and easy, felt repetitive.

Sure, there were some very wearable separates but ’twas hardly a collection that excited. Back-to-back, same ol’-same ol’… Draw us a chair and call us disappointed will you?!

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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Sonam on Filmfare: (Un)Covered

With two movies coming in the near future, you can expect this Kapoor to be on the cover of lots of magazines. Here is the editorial of her Filmfare July 2010 one featuring her in outfits by Sonam Dubal, Asmita Marwa, Anamika Khanna and Rajesh Pratap.

Catch the Asmita dress on the runway here.


Left: Sonam Kapoor in Anamika Khanna
Right: Vivienne Westwood Anglomania Winged Wedges


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Sashikant Naidu, Asmita Marwa: LFW Summer/Resort 2010

The saris in Sashikant Naidu’s collection were beautiful. Soft, fluid and so feminine. The hand painted motifs in the kalamkari form on the more organic color palette of the line really stood out. The dresses weren’t as impressive as the saris barring a kaftan dress or two but the saris themselves more than made up for it.


Sashikant Naidu, Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2010

Sashikant Naidu, Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2010


Asmita Marwa, Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2010

After having been blown away by Asmita’s previous collections, especially with her use of Kalamkari and more recently, the Telugu script in the previous collection, this particular one came as a colossal disappointment.

Sure, there were some very wearable separates but the collection got repetitive at one point. Asmita stuck to her signature look of easy flowing organic maxis, jumpsuits and separates but there really was nothing that stood out except for the jackets.

Lots of checks, rose appliques, tie-dye, colors like blues and reds juxtaposed with white made up Asmita Marwa’s boho resort collection titled, “Maya 0° 36’0”S/73° 6’0”E” which left us with a feeling of, “haven’t we seen this before?”.

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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In Asmita Marwa

After Adhuna, we spotted Amala wearing a kalamkari dress/tunic from Asmita’s Fall 08 collection. It doesn’t surprise us to see her don fellow Hyderabadi’s clothes especially considering Asmita styles her husband (Nagarjuna) in almost all of his movies. What does surprise us however is that we haven’t seen Amala wear more of her! :p

While we love the tunic/dress, we do wish Amala paired it with a different set of pants. The beige totally washes out the print and makes it all fall flat.

On an aside, Asmita’s Fall 08 collection with all of its stunning kalamkari pieces has been one of our favorites from all that we’ve seen of the designer, and though the collection may be seasons old, the work/craftsmanship itself is timeless and we can’t wait for more celebs to discover/be spotted in it.


Left: Asmita Marwa Fall 08
Right: Amala At Times Food Guide Festival, Hyderabad

Photo Credit: Indiatimes, Bharat Textile

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