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The Tsunami of Fashion Weeks in Pakistan

April 19, 2012 Hina Safdar 0

It begins with Rizwan Beyg’s Showcase 2012 in Karachi and followed by 3rd Fashion Pakistan week (FPW3) , Pantene Bridal Couture Week (BCW) , 5th PFDC Sunsilk fashion week (PSFW) in Lahore and Lifestyle Pakistan in Delhi India.

Pakistan is rocking fashionably this summer not only in Pakistan but across the border too. Fashion Pakistan council this time teamed up with Eitehad airways and the event of FPW3 was historic in terms of Social media recognition.

There were 6 featured tweeters who were allowed to cover the event Live on Social media from the venue just as it happens. As many as 4700 tweets were posted during the four days of the event by bloggers present at the venue contributing to the huge success of the event and of course Mathira’s wardrobe malfunction also create hype.

PFDC Sunsilk Fashion week and Bridal couture week begins on same dates in Karachi and Lahore. HSY was heading the event in Lahore for PFDC while BCW was organized by Style 360 and Pantene.

PFDC Sunsilk fashion Week lahore 2012

PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2012 in Lahore

April 13, 2012 Hina Safdar 0

With Rizwan Beyg’s Showcase in Karachi, followed by the Fashion Pakistan Week in Karachi, then the Islamabad Fashion Week in the capital and now the king of all fashion events, PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week in Lahore, which is running simultaneously with Pantene Bridal Couture Week in Karachi, it would be an understatement to say that Pakistani fashion has arrived.
Top designers at the 5th PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week

Showcase 2012 Day 3

Showcase 2012 Day 3

March 31, 2012 Hina Safdar 0

Day three of the Showcase 2012 remained a combination of extreme highs and disappointing lows. While designers like Ishtiaq Afzal Khan and Bibi Russell left audiences wanting … Read more

Showcase Day 2

Showcase 2012 Day 2

March 30, 2012 Hina Safdar 0

Fashion Showcase day two brought some promising fashion designers to the fore. The young Pakistani designers seem to love playing with colour and the concept of ‘Pakistaniyat’, as many collections were inspired by the cultural heritage of Pakistan.
Zaibab Sajid
Sajid’s ‘Mera Pakistan’ collection won the cultural race and was one of the best lines showcased on Day Two. The range drew inspiration from local art and landmarks like Minar-e-Pakistan and Bab-e-Khyber.