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Delhi Couture Week: People Watching Part I.

Aside from the obvious fun of watching runway models strut down the catwalk wearing your favorite designers' newest looks, I find it equally entertaining to observe the fashion (or lack thereof) of attendees. Now to be sure, we are guaranteed some fun people watching as fashion show attendees are by definition monied classes. This means they a) have impeccable fashion sense, or b) have abyssmal fasion sense made worse by the ability to spend gobs of money on horrendous attire. From my casual perusal of four days worth of wannabe celebs mugging for the photogs at DCW, here are those I felt came out looking pretty darn good.
Disclaimer: the inclusion of individuals here does not mean I love or endorse their fashion choices; it simply means they look good. Plain and simple. You'll notice there's a lot of black involved here. When you see my next post about the fugos in attendance at DCW, you will greatly appreciate this low key lot! I promise. Photos: viral bhayani, filmicafe.

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