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Indian designers’ work in Ozzie’s music video

music Updated: Jul 02, 2010 14:20 IST
Rochelle Pinto
Rochelle Pinto
Hindustan Times
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Music videos for Ozzie Osbourne’s latest single, ‘Let me hear you scream’, are out, and designers Falguni and Shane Peacock couldn’t be happier. The video features two of their daring bodysuits, one covered in embroidery and the other, made of see-through Chantilly lace, currently available at their flagship store in Juhu.

After designing for Fergie’s FIFA performance, the couple seems to be conquering the music world. “It’s fate,” laughs Falguni, when asked why her designs are so popular with the music fraternity. “After Fergie’s performance, requests poured in. Our line is very rock chick and glamourous.” Next in line is Lady Gaga, whose outré style has made her synonymous with avante-garde fashion.

“Musicians are different from movie stars because they can afford to be bold. Movie stars have limitations and need to keep their image in mind,” explains Falguni. “Nobody in Bollywood has the guts to wear stuff like this because they just want to look pretty. Only Sonam Kapoor is not afraid to try anything. Anusha Dandekar is a designer’s girl. I’m waiting for someone to ask me for something bold.”

Singer Brandy recently wore one of their designs to the Black Entertainment Awards and pop star Rihanna has also requested outfits for her next few red carpet appearances.

“We are considering moving base to New York since our clientele in Hollywood is growing. Stylists are asking for stocks regularly. We will continue to expand in India and open more stores in other metros soon,” Falguni reveals.