Celebrity Spotting @ Aza: Rocky S. "Festive Collection" Fall 2010

MissMalini , 15 Sep 2010
Esha Deol, Alka Nishar and Bipasha Basu
Esha Deol, Alka Nishar and Bipasha Basu
Dia Mirza and Rocky S.
Dia Mirza and Rocky S.

Vogue_Blogger_Badges_1-1Last night the glitterati rubbed shoulders with a few bollywood belles at the designer hub AZA where Alka Nishar and a fashionably flamboyant Rocky S. played host unveiling his Festive Collection for Fall 2010. Here’s a peak at what the rich and restless turned out in.
I have to say while I’m not feeling Esha’s untamed animal print so much Bips is looking smoking hot these days, body beautiful and all. Plus love the dress. Oh and thank you Sophie for the fab tip on gel eye-liner during our Grazia shoot, now I heart Bobbi  Brown too :)

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Sophie Choudry
Sophie Choudry
Penny Patel and Nandita Mahtani
Penny Patel and Nandita Mahtani

Spotted: Bipasha Basu, Dia Mirza, Esha Deol, Nandita Mahtani, Nisha Jamvwal, Vikram Phadnis, Roopa Fabiani, Ekta Raheja, Lata Patel, Remu and Naaz Jhaveri, Sophie Choudhary, Aanchal Kumar, Lubna Adams, Aarti & Kailash Surendranath, Anju Chulani, Masaba, Nishska Lulla, Kunal Rawal, Penny Patel, Arjan Bajwa, Surily Goel, Vikram Raizada, Renu Chainani, Sandhya Shetty and Nisha Jhaveri.

About the collection: According to the PR note “Rocky S’ Festive Collection exposes the lavish experience of creating a heritage. The rich lehengas, sexy saris, modish chudidar kurtas and detailed sherwanis encapsulate a story threaded with silk, jacquard, chiffon, georgette, soft satin and crepe. High-lighted yet subtle like historic memories, are the exceptional brocades, velvet and textured fabrics drawing attention only to merge within the overall flow of colors like burgundy, olive, maroon, burnt orange and rust with a base of gray and beige. Drawing inspiration from the lands of Rajasthan and Istanbul, the collection is rich and reminiscent. The ensembles are marked by ornamented panels of embroidered sequins, bootis and gotas, antique gold and exquisite broaches. A blush of feminity strikes out through patterns of block, digital and flock printing with a beautiful matt finish.”

That’s what he said. Lol. I always find these descriptions wildly entertaining and borderline trippy. I mean only someone on some serious ‘shrooms could come up with such vivid descriptions of fabric right? Or maybe I’m wrong :)

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