I saw this outfit and it is so hot! I love the detailing on the back of the coat and the richness of the fabric.
What do you think?
Asifa and Nabeel – Ottoman Royalty Collection
Inspired by sultans jewels, throne and armors made of diamonds, precious gems and stones. I’m really liking the colours of this collection.
Ali Xeeshan – Pahalgam
Pahalgam is the name of a Kashmiri City– the collection includes kashmiri kurtas, bridal shawls and lehengas. The city’s simplicity and beauty inspired Ali Xeeshan to create this collection.
Sara Rohale Asghar – Tehzeeb-e-Baymisaal
The objective of this collection is to display outfits that are suitable for a wide range of wedding ceremonies – mehendi, shaadi and valima. I really, really, really like some of the pieces!
This collection, a contemporary fusion, is a tribute to Memoona Manan. It’s inspired by Memoona’s favourite colours with some pieces creating a vintage look.
Stay tuned for Day 4 images!
L’Oreal Paris and the Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC) have teamed up to showcase Pakistani Bridal fashion and jewellery. This is the first time in the history of Pakistani fashion where Bridal Designers, Jewellery Makers and Stylists are coming together on the same runway.
Day 1 showcased collections by HSY, Sonia Azher and Nabila’s.
I know you don’t want me to keep blabbering – because you know I can – so without further ado, enjoy the pictures!
HSY – Game of Kings
HSY’s collection was inspired by the game of Polo. I don’t get it.
Love the black and gold collection – I definitely want to see more brides wear black! What’s with the head gear though?!
Sonia Azher – Englightenment
Inspired by creating a Zen look – she used soft colours such as light pink and beige. I like the collection – it’s safe and pretty!
Nabila – Gold to Bold
The concept is to “shed your cloaks of tradition and embrace your modern self.” I really like some of the pieces!
What do you think?