Posts tagged ‘Satya Paul’

March 29, 2014

Satya Paul, Icarus

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Satya Paul WIFW AW 2014

The latest Satya Paul collection designed by Masaba Gupta was a lighthearted take on print and was entitled ‘Icarus’. The show notes say that ‘Icarus’ is an effort to revel in the cheerful, suggest the alternative and slightly alter the envelope. When I googled it I found reference to Greek mythology so let’s stick with the Satya Paul meaning.

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Satya Paul WIFW AW 2014

Masaba is experimental and contemporary with her perspective on print and she is widely copied in the Indian export market. Her lipstick print last season and the water tap this season are fun and a welcome departure from flora and fauna inspired prints.

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March 14, 2013

Day 1: WIFW Satya Paul and Annaika

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Day 1 at Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2013 began yesterday and as promised the reviews and photos start here!

Masaba Gupta’s debut collection as fashion director for Satya Paul fell flat for me I’m afraid.  It’s her first attempt

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February 28, 2013

Look Who’s Showing

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The tension in the lead up to fashion weeks is tangible in studios where designers will be fussing over the finishes to garments that have taken months to come to fruition.  Paris fashion week is currently in full swing, however, I’m in Delhi and Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2013 is under two weeks away.

The five day event in Delhi

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February 7, 2013

Fashion’s Merry-go-round

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New York Fashion Week today kicked off the fashion feast that lies ahead and engulfs the world.  Displaying next Autumn/Winter’s collections while it’s still freezing outside will only make you want to buy everything now, however, wait we will.

Red Valentino was by far the most striking collection on the first day.  Aimed at a younger audience than the premium and couture Valentino collections

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