PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2012 Day 1 Highlights
L’Oreal Paris and PFDC present Bridal Week 2012 in Lahore. Weddings in Pakistan are at the heart of our culture; from the elaborate customs and traditions, the colors, the jewelry the coveted bridal ensembles and indeed the very beauty of the bride and groom. It is indeed a special moment. Some of … Read more
Fashion Pakistan Week 2012- Day 1
Third Fashion Pakistan week FPW 2012 kicks off in style on 7th April at PC, Karachi. From Ace Designers like Bunto Kazmi, maheen Khan and the trendy designers like Sanam Agha, Ayesha farooq hashwani, Sanam Chaudri etc showcased their creations on Day 1. One of them could be the winner … Read more
Spring Summer Collection 2012 By Nadya Mistry
Karachi based Pakistani fashion designer Nadya Mistry showcased her latest spring summer collection 2012 for women at her outlet recently. Latest SS 2012 collection is stylish, chic and modern entailing latest fashion trends. Nadya Mistry’s spring summer collection contains panel shirts, floral tops, delicate embroidery and trendy pyjamas. Outfits are … Read more
British fashion in Pakistan
Reconstruction is as synonymous with fashion as smoke is with fire. Indeed, there can be no creation without an ingenious process of construction and reconstruction, of constant borrowing and building. The most recent effort to create a cultural melange came from British Council, that has managed to bring British fashion … Read more
Bridal Couture Week Lahore 2011
As announced by GM Public Relations Hum Network, the Bridal Couture Week held in Lahore from October 15 to 16, 2011.
Four shows would be held with 13 designers participating including those from India.
Line up of fashion Designers from Pakistan and India in the two-day event including:
Ali Xeeshan, Bina Sultan (BNS Couture), Fahad Hussain, Faheem Abbas, Gulzeb Asif, Kosain Kazmi, Mona Imran, Saba (La Chantal), Saba and Misbah (Hijab), Sadaf Arshad, Saira Rizwan, Shayanne Malik (Saman Zar) and Shaziya Kiyani (Shaziya Bridal Gallery). Gutam Rakha, Rahul Rastogi.
Shibani Rastogi (Rabani and Rakha) are especially flying in from India with their collection for event.
SanaSafinaz collection: Minutes to win it
They are known to create a stir in the fashion industry by designing clothes that speak volumes of creativity. SanaSafinaz launched the preview of its Export Autumn Winter 2011 collection on Tuesday, August 16 at The House of Ensemble, Karachi. With around 200 pieces displayed at the fashion retail store, … Read more
Pakistan’s fashion industry: Caught in a bubble
Exploding bombs, bickering politicians and a deteriorating economy — these are routine features of everyday life in Pakistan. Yet remarkably so, the country’s thriving fashion scene remains conspicuously detached from these harsh realities. Triggered to commercially cater to popular elite tastes, leading designer apparel ironically exhibit sumptuousness and flamboyance that … Read more
Up next: Multan Fashion Council?
The fashion scene has picked up in Multan with the first international fashion show hosted by the city. Marking its launch from the city of saints, the show titled ‘Tribute to Fashion in Pakistan’ will travel to eight major cities of the country. The event, organized by JZ Productions, US, … Read more
Style 360 Bridal Couture Week 2011 comes to glorious end
Style360 Bridal Couture Week in association with J&S, brought the week to a close in a magnificent way. In keeping with the bold and challenging initiative it had taken up of changing the set everyday – there were red chandeliers on the first day, and egg-shaped lamps and chandeliers on the second – the ramp was decorated with a profusion of red roses and different chandeliers, with white cut-out roses adorning the stage.
The show organized by Style360 and sponsored by Pantene opened with Karachi’s home-grown Deepak Perwani, one of the well-reputed and brilliant fashion designers of Pakistan is a name that requires no introduction. His product line includes bridal wear, bridal accessories and saris.
Deepak Perwani never follows the traditional or ongoing fashion statement of the country; rather he makes ‘his own’. He showcased his latest collection of bridal wear, which was a treat to watch. Reem Abbasi and Amna Kardar came in next. Reem Abbasi is an Islamabad-based jewellery designer who produces not only modern, high fashion jewellery but also intricate and traditional pieces from Pakistan’s rich culture.