The Bal brigade sobers down

Published on May 04, 2004 08:30 PM IST

There was no Full Monty this year at fashion designer Rohit Bal's party for Dior watches. Finally the Bal brigade has sobered down it appears! There was no drama, just pure fun.

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PTI | ByShefali R. Sethi, New Delhi

There was no Full Monty this year at fashion designer Rohit Bal's party for Dior watches at Brix, The Grand. Finally the Bal brigade has sobered down it appears! There was no drama, just pure fun on Saturday night. Dressed casually in jeans and a jumper, Bal looked like a happy man after his show. "It's over and now it is the time to party," announced the designer even as he announced that model Iggie was the best he'd seen on the ramp in recent times.

With the entire fashion fraternity in attendance, one couldn't really get space to order a drink (we hear about 276 bottles of Moet and Chandon were consumed that night). Ramp scorcher Upen Patel looked upset as his lady love Amrita Arora was not present for the do. "She's returned to Mumbai," moaned Patel, who wasn't too happy with the music either. "Hip-hop's missing out here," he announced. Affirmed model Sharan Mishra. "We are moving to another party and I hope they would play better dance tracks there," said Mishra. We overheard that the party shifted to Forum.

Yana Gupta, the new face of Dior, left at midnight, sporting a John Galliano black and white Dietrich look. IMG'S Jamie Stewart, who is joining the International Cricket Council as the global sponsorship manager, also left early with model Sampada Inamdar. "The party is cool but I'm awfully tired," said Stewart.

The party rocked but not for long, as the regulations played spoilsport!

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