Newsweek termed Pakistan as the bravest nation recently. And why not? Even the natural calamity of the devastating floods has failed to destroy the patriotic spirit this nation possesses. Amidst a fragile economic situation and questioned credibility of rescue organizations, there is no dissimilarity between the enthusiasm of people which one witnessed at the time of 2005 earthquake. If the magnitude of the calamity this time around is tenfold, so are the efforts of the rescuers. Musicians all across the country are showing their jingoistic spirits with involvement in a myriad of flood relief activities.
An exciting initiative by the Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC) and Sunsilk, November 10th 2010 marked the debut of the second fashion week in Pakistan. PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week, being held in the cosmopolitan city of Karachi, featured 6 ramp shows with 5 distinct designers and a charity show divided … Read more
Meera says she is looking forward to a full-fledged career in television. While addressing a press conference on Monday evening at Karachi’s Marriott Hotel, the actor and model talked about her upcoming play titled “Husn Ara Kaun?”.
She was clad in a peach outfit but prior to the press conference starting she hurriedly changed into a vibrant outfit in sea green and black and sported sunglasses throughout the press conference.
Kenny Belaey, the world champion in trial bike, has reached Pakistan in a bid to raise funds for the victims of the devastating floods in the country. Belaey will raise funds for the flood victims by exhibiting his skills in Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad until October 7 in special shows arranged by his sponsors, Red Bull.
His sponsors were able to organise his visit to Pakistan which has been shunned by international sportsmen and teams due to security reasons since last year.
Imani- The Designer Studio has teamed up with the International Foundation For Mother & Child to Raise money for the Care of flood victims of Pakistan by Organizing an Exclusive Fashion Show and fashion exhibition in Manchester and London by Pakistan’s most famous designers Maria.b and Yousuf Bashir Qureshi.
About 8 million people have been made homeless by the monsoon floods in Pakistan, prompting U.N. officials to call it the largest humanitarian disaster in living memory. While fundraising for flood victims continues to lag, one fashion icon is attempting to do something about it.
Fashion for Relief: Facing a crowd of eager fans during NYC’s Fashion’s Night Out, Naomi Campbell signed special-edition T-shirts, raising money for flood victims in Pakistan.
I caught up with Naomi Campbell at the Dolce & Gabbana (D&G) store during Fashion’s Night Out last Friday in NYC. Facing hundreds of eager fans, Campbell was on hand to sign special-edition D&G T-shirts that bear her iconic image, honoring her 25-year career in the fashion industry. All proceeds raised from the $200 T’s will benefit flood relief efforts in Pakistan, Campbell said.
“We decided that all proceeds from the T-shirts will go to support Pakistan flood victims. I have no goal for how much can be raised. No amount can match what these people have been through.”