Want to know what’s new in the fashion and styling world during a pandemic? Then you are in the right place. Yes, Pakistan Fashion Design Council never takes it easy on bringing out the latest fashion trends for you. Pakistan fashion show is always packed with a lot of clothing and accessories styles.
Pakistan Fashion Council brought Pakistan’s first virtual show in June 2020. The show called “Catwalk Cares” brought the spirit of styling alive even in the waves of despair and fear. The models and artists presented their work virtually. Though the efforts were a tribute to all the front liners serving in a pandemic, but it amazed the audience with styling and dressing up ideas. The show was a complete success from start to end. But what it has to say for you, let’s take a look here!
Pakistan Virtual Fashion Week Highlights
Pakistan’s fashion industry is one of the most fertile and versatile among others because it bears traditional but classic eastern and western fashion styles.
· Khaadi’s Trendy Classic:
Starting with Khaadi, we saw classical polka-dots palazzos and bell-sleeved tops, which reminds us that the classic can never go old. The tunic and palazzo designs had many different styling ideas with belts, laces, and tassels.
· Maheen Khan’s Parizad:
Maheen Kareem’s Parizad stole the show on the first day with amazing white outfits. The theme was heavenly-designed and was completely different than the rest. The tops, the bottoms, and the sleeve designs were completely outclassing and left everyone luring to must try one this season.
· Tribal Kaftans:
Huma Adnan presented tribal printed Kaftans dresses of the Afghani theme. Outfits with simplicity and a handful of embroidered work seemed the most comfortable option to go with. The dresses were paired with ethnic accessories showing the perfect match of culture and innovation.
· Indian Lehenga & Formal Tunic:
Pakistani culture is, fortunately, rich in cultural heritage. Ali Xeeshan’s Kafla, Zuri, and Fame were completely an inspiration from the different heritages. The theme was stylish yet bringing peace and contentment with its summer trendy simple designs and solid colors.
The recognized bridal dresses were heavily embroidered in Indian lehenga styles, whereas; the formal wear has its fascination.
· Summer Neutral Looks of Women’s Kameez Shalwar:
Sonia Maskatiya designed it simple and comfortable for everyone. The veteran designer used ever-trendy floral prints decorated with laces and beads. The designs were exclusively for the women carrying casual look with elegance and delicacy.
· Sarees and Lehnga:
Nomi Ansari played with glitters and shimmered, crafting realistic traditional designs. The designer had recognized himself in the capacity of designing bridal dresses. He presented his new inspirational work through a sparkling blue saree and dazzling lehenga choli. His beautifully designed outfits reminded us that beads and mirror work are always appreciated.
· Backless Blouse and Gathered Skirts:
Though the Pakistani clothing style has its unique legacy, the designers keep on surprising the audience by mixing the east with the west. Shehla Chatoor presented fabulous bridal dresses. A Backless blouse with full sleeves matched amazingly with Elizabeth inspired ruffles. The designs and artwork were brilliant, with a pastels color theme.
· Accessories and Essentials:
During the pandemic with other designer jewelers and trends, masks and gloves were seen as a new add-on to each outfit’s accessories. Designers brought embellished masks to the stage; that’s marking a unique concept to the fashion shows. Masks with each outfit were designed and decorated as the trends of handbags and other accessories.
Upcoming Trends of Pakistan Fashion Week
Though the pandemic distracted everyone, Pakistan Fashion Show has succeeded in keeping everyone on track. Despite the show being virtual, it still inspired the audience with designs and styles for the summer.
Yet the wave of Covid-19 has struck again, but the Fashion Council of Pakistan is taking the efforts to another level. The news of the Pakistan Fashion Council holding the two-day event in the first week of December has been confirmed. The audience is all excited and set to be waiting to know about Pakistan Fashion Week 2020.