Saturday, 22 February 2014

FPW Pakistan Fashion Week 2014-2015 Day 2 Designers dresses

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From fashion forward casual wear to extreme couture; an entire style spectrum was presented on day two of FPW
Setting the fashion agenda, FPW6, Day Two was tinged with genius offerings throughout. Genrous helpings of Turkish art, digital topography prints, vibrantly coloured Eastern wear and slinky gowns, it blew one away. The whole set-up of the show itself was incredibly well managed and contributed towards creating a truly unforgettable Day 2. It was more than a parade of clothes; it was a showcase of talent and passion for fashion
Fahad Hussayn FPW6 Day 2 Pakistan Fashion Week 2014 2015 collection
Fahad Hussayn’s collection, Aristo-Anarchy, was true to its name, done up in pastel, spring-appropriate hues. While some of the outfits were reminiscent of Elie Saab, Fahad’s collection overall was so appealing to the sartorial eye that a trail of joyful chaos was left behind. Editors and buyers were left starry-eyed over this Aristo-Anarchy collection as the last model strutted off, comprising well-tailored cuts, tasteful embellishments, embroidery and digital prints. The collection encapsulated the theme, while retaining Hussayn’s signature on each outfit. Models sported small origami birds on their eye brows. It is good to see styling being paid attention to on the ramp

FPW Pakistan Fashion Week 2014 6 Day1 Designers showcase

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Cameras flashing, music playing, and attendees dolled up in designer wear; FPW6 Day One was nowhere near short on the glamour and pizzazz one expects from fashion week. However, we wouldn’t say the same for the designs showcased on the runway. Would the Express Tribune team term it a dazzling showcase on Wednesday evening? Sadly, no. While the event itself boasted the fashion glitterati at its best, with designers milling about and high-profile celebrities in attendance, once the seats were taken, some of the showcases failed to put the ‘fashion’ in Fashion Pakistan Week.
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Thursday, 17 October 2013

EXIST Menswear Collection at PFDC Loreal Paris Bridal Week 2013 Day 1

After the L’Oréal Professionel Hair Trend Show, EXIST made its PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week debut with a menswear line titled ‘The Masterpiece’ collection on the first day of PLBW 2013. The collection was inspired by the James Bond “007 series” where every piece was focused on design, material use, utility and intricate craftsmanship. The collection incorporated the use of a multitude of luxurious fabrics for its couture line; from superfine 120’s to classic Cashmere’s for suits; plush Velvets for Jackets to Egyptian cottons for shirts going into hand-made silk ties. Hues of blacks, blues and Charcoals spelled the collection’s palette. Cuts for the line were classic for the contemporary man with a hint of elegance through use of non-conformist silhouettes. Couturier HSY was the showstopper for EXIST’s fashion presentation.

Deena Rahman’s Collection at PFDC LOreal Paris Bridal Week 2013 Day 1

Deena Rahman made her ramp debut at PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2013 on day 1 with a collection titled ‘Old World Memories and other Inherited Objects’. The designers collection was inspired from a forgotten time; where vintage pieces from long ago were passed down from generation to generation to the designer, forming the basis of her inspiration. Primarily based in tissue, the ensembles were designed on velvet, kamkhab, chiffon, net and pure cashmere represented through a pastel color palette based in pops of purple, black and red. The collection featured a unique take on embellishments, mixing many different mediums together to create distinct yet interesting textures. The label’s signature for its first major collection showcasing at the PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week was feminine, traditional, heavily embellished yet not overpowering – a throwback to our Mughal heritage and its splendor inspired from Mughal miniature art stories of beautiful animals.

Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Élan’s Collection at PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2013 Day 1

Élan’s Collection 2013-2014 at PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2013 Day 1

Designer label Élan exhibited their latest bridal collection titled ‘The Sultanate Collection’ at PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2013 Day 1. The collection drew inspiration from the pomp and pageantry of traditional eastern royalty and featured a fusion of classic and modern bridal wear. The ensemble creatively incorporated the use of nets, laces, organza and variations of sheer fabrics in a dynamic range of shades including pastels and jeweled tones. The silhouettes employed in the collection were a departure from established norms and featured a mixture of feminine cuts and shorter lengths. Pearl sequins, resham and gota were imaginatively used as embellishments and highlighted the overall fusion of traditional and modern bridal fashion. Check out the complete collection pictures from the ramp of PLBW 2013 below.

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Maria B (PFDC) Sunsilk Fashion Week 2013

Maria B’s collection closed the first day of fashion week. The Lahore-based designer has been in the industry for over a decade now and has shifted her focus to prét. While it was nice to see Maria B do something different for a change, she played it safe with cuts and colour options. The collection got a little monotonous and boring towards the end. We saw cotton prints stitched as jumpsuits and shirts. The collection on its own resembled Muse’s lookbook but the styling of her show was distracting — large aviators killed the look of the collection.

Akif Mehmood collection (PFDC) Sunsilk Fashion Week 2013

This designer really needs to either snap out of the tribal zone or learn how to make it work to his advantage. With the sacrificial cow-inspired aesthetic, this collection would have to be one of the biggest disappointments of the evening. Only two separate pieces from the entire collection were worth looking at — one being a pair of rust pants with appliqué work and the other a pair of monochromatic pants.

Misha Lakhani collection (PFDC) Sunsilk Fashion Week 2013

The newest sensation on the block presented a very wearable, laid-back collection. Misha’s collection had Karachi’s quintessential no-fuss element, with a major focus on cuts and her signature high-slit shirts with unfinished edges. From toga-style maxis to open window backs, Misha also experimented with sari-like draperies. What funked up Misha’s collection would most definitely be her gota embellished duppatas and casual flip-flops. But the designer’s strongest assets are luxury prét and formal wear; sadly, Lahore missed her beautiful embellishments.

Elan designer Khadijah Shah (PFDC) Sunsilk Fashion Week 2013

The first act of Day 1 at PSFW closed with Élan’s thundering collection, Ode to a Nightingale. Inspired by Keats’ poem, the collection is an expression of transcending the human condition of despair and monotony and feeling one with the nightingale in its blissful state of freedom and happiness. Carrying on with her love for the orient, designer Khadijah Shah took her collection from last year further by developing more structured prints. Élan has always been known for its luxury prét, and not only were the prints luxurious but her cuts wer equally fascinating. Funky geometric accessories added to the entire look of the collection. The biggest hit of the collection would have to be the balloon skirt. It is well-structured and flattering — it might not appear on the racks, but fashion-forward ladies will definitely want to be seen in it. The showstopper dress worn by Mehreen Syed was one of the only embellished pieces; however, with this collection Élan’s prints stole the show and upstaged the showstopper.

FnkAsia (PFDC) Sunsilk Fashion Week 2013

Unfortunately, this brand was neither funky nor Asian. Even though the collection was better than what we have seen come out from FnkAsia in the past, it was hard to understand the design concept. With a few hits and a lot of misses, FnkAsia’s saving grace had to be the very first sari on the ramp — a monochromatic blouse paired with a loud colour block sari. Another piece that stood out was the lime green and black top that was not just complementary but bang-on trendy. Humaima Malik’s showstopper red dress was an interesting piece coming from this fusion line, but not well draped.

Sania Maskatiya PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2013

Aghaaz was one of the best collections of the evening, inclusive of macaroon colours with a hint of neon. Sania Maskatiya is one designer who not only understands print the best, but also has a knack for producing some of the best print-on-print we’ve seen so far. Maha Burney’s styling with the chain wrapped buns and plaits were a hit. It was hard to find anything amiss in this collection and with the exception of two outfits, the entire collection was spot on. Kudos to Maskatiya for incorporating the lacha in her collection. It was refreshing to see the traditional female village-wear be translated onto the ramp, revamped by Maskatiya. It is hard to pick a favourite, but the peek-a-boo mustard top paired with dark blue pants would have to be one of the best outfits in the collection. With Kiran Chaudhry as the showstopper, Sania Maskatiya’s show came to a smashing end.

Sublime by Sara Shahid PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2013

Lahore’s go-to-prét designer showed her latest collection titled NOW, featuring primarily solid neon-coloured outfits that were simple, wearable and bang on trend. Cybil’s outfit with solid block prints stood out and the wrap-around-neck hugging halters were a hit. Sara played a lot with drop shoulder tops and flowing drapery, which were plain and pretty. However, the chunky elastic bands in the back of jumpsuits looked slightly tacky. What did not work in Sublime’s favour were the black-and-white striped shirts with pink embroidery.

Tapu Javeri PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2013

Fashion Week in Lahore opened with a bang with Tapu Javeri’s Tapulicious collection. Collaborating with Sadaf Malattere, Wardha Saleem, Adnan Pardesy and Rizwan Beyg, the collection had signature elements from each of the designers. Sadaf Malaterre’s fringe paired with Adnan Pardesy’s structured pleats wrapped with Wardha’s psychedelic prints, the collection was eye-catching with a number of hits-and-misses. While Fayeza Ansari sporting a funky eye patch was edgy, Mehreen Syed’s showstopper dress looked like a bad costume choice for Dracula-land. From Patiala shalwars to Western short dresses, the collection had a mixture of cuts and colour combos; however, the lime green mini dress was by far the best thing to come out of the collection.

Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC) Sunsilk Fashion Week 2013

LAHORE: Print, print and more print is what Day 1 at the Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC) Sunsilk Fashion Week entailed.
In a nutshell, this season seems to be headed towards extravagance via prints and solids with minimal to no embellishments. It is without a doubt safe to say that PFDC knows how to put on a show. Here’s the breakdown:
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Saturday, 29 October 2011

PFDC Sunsilk fashion week 2012

Dress up or down in your luxury gown! The four day PFDC Sunsilk fashion week ended on Sunday with HSY, Kamiar, Ayesha Farooq Hashwani, Republic presenting. LAHORE:
In its fourth instalment of the fashion week, it has become clear that the Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC) means business.

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Sunday, 16 October 2011

Bridal Couture Week October 2011 Lahore

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 and Shibani Rastogi (Rabani and Rakha) are especially flying in from India with their collection for event.

Well, the news from the fashion industry is that Style 360 in collaboration with J&S is staging Pakistan`s first Bridal Couture Week. The aim of this exercise is to bring talent together under one roof to showcase the latest and upcoming trends and provide people a platform to exhibit their creations and connect with the public.
The bridal week will run from November 26 to 28 and the three-day activity will include an exhibition and a fashion show. This fashion gala at the Expo Center will feature 18 fashion shows by various designers.
Wedding celebrations are traditionally given a great importance in our culture and every segment of society is willing to spend on this occasion. According to the organizers, it will be a one shop event for all wedding dresses and accessories.
The week will feature designer creations for the bride and groom, wedding planners, jewelers, florists and furniture and shoe designers.

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