Rohit Bal Thrashes Bolly Celebs For Not Paying ForTheir designer dress

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Didn't this trend started by designers themselves?? before 10yrs there was no such thing like red carpet, gowns and all I have seen a award event of 2005, all the actresses and actors dressed very simple in normal clothes, they were popular for their work but now it's fashion.


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This is what Famous Fashion Blogger Payal from High Heels Confidential has to say about the issue:

We agree with almost all of it. And we have our own frustrations to add to his list. :) We used to cover Airport Looks before because that was one space, where you could see a celebrity's personal style. That was until one day we got an email from a stylist stating what the person was going to be wearing. Unfortunately, we are at an age, that everything is over-curated.
One of the many peeves we have is that there is so much talent in India and yet in every major award show, you see international designers or designs by Indian designers that tend to mimic an international design. Now, we are seeing celebrities in labels that are blatantly ripping of international designs.

Frankly, we would rather see a celebrity buy their outfits, and RE-WEAR. The challenge to them and their stylist is to how to present it in new ways. We, frankly, are done with seeing new looks every darn day! We are in an age that we really need to get away from the thought process of "Everyday New.