Neeta disappoints with tacky designs
Neeta Bhargava's autumn winter 2006 line, titled the 'Fatal Attraction', was anything but impressive.india Updated: Apr 09, 2006 17:36 IST
Neeta Bhargava's autumn winter 2006 line, titled Fatal Attraction, was anything but impressive.
The designer did mix and match black with other colours but her efforts didn’t pay up.
Her show was segregated into three parts. Aussie babe Tania Zaetta scorched the ramp for the first sequence. She appeared in a skimpy panty and bra, which wasn't visible because of the animal print painted all over her body. It seems that she enjoyed her stint at the ramp. "It was a wonderful experience. I enjoyed a lot and I felt very sexy," confesses Zaetta.
Soon after Tania's exit, came Delhi model Sahiba Singh who also flashed the body paint in black and white.
The first segment saw net skirts with satin lining on the inside and some narrowed capris. Models oozed oomph in sultry lacy bustiers. The collection also comprised of suede jackets. Saris in georgettes were draped in an unusual way - flared on the downside and hip hugging from the waist. They were teamed up with cutwork blouses in zardosi. Most fabrics were in animal and floral prints.
The second part consisted of creations in black and red. Printed skirts with bias cuts, off shoulder tops and mermaid sarongs were a part of her line. Hemlines remained consistent throughout the show.
The last part of the show saw the blend of black with red. Some outfits looked bizarre like a puffed sleeved shirt under round neck tunic. Also, there were jackets that looked just OK from the upper half but had pleats under waist line! Are her clothes wearable? Well, the designer claims they are!!