Pakistani Fashion Show

Pakistan Fashion Show SS 21 Day Two

Exclusiveinn Formal wear

 

The two-day fashion show brought a lot for the fashion seekers. The runway and Haute collection mainly consist of bridal couture and designs that speak of versatility and traditional niche embroidery and embellishment across Pakistan.

 

Though the artwork and embroidery of Pakistan are famous across the world the designers and artists here make them more beautiful and perfectly resonating with the theme. That is why the show is liked by the audience even in other countries.

This season many designers dedicated their work to nature and designed outfits that depicted colors, beauty, power, and flow. While the designers with big names and traditional choices of fabric and designs bring exquisite bridal couture patterned with the cultural artwork of beads and threads.

Maheen Khan

The artist with the niche skills of designing and rejuvenating the heritage to use silk fabric is completely outstanding in presenting her work with unique infusions of cultures. This season she chose to design her western cut gowns and Kaftan one shoulder off. Many of the dresses were in black and gold. She has worked with vast color pallets. Whether it is about giving black the most amazing shapes in short blouses and jackets or she has to make the white veil dress, Maheen Khan is always the one who inspires all. Her specialty speaks loud with the silk blazing color outfits and styles also. the line of her creation spreads wide from a traditional kaftan to multi-western fusion dresses that are perfect runway examples.

 

 

Sameer Sain Men’s Collection

Sameer Sain’s collection made a very unique appearance with embellished men’s dresses. He is unstoppable in choosing the most challenging color combinations of fabrics for men and designs them in completely distinctive artwork. The way he creates the men’s dresses has all the creativity and best of the artwork you find in Pakistan. He made sherwanis and kurta shalwar with bright deep colors and embroidered dabka decorations. The short sherwanis in black, blue, and light fawn colors speak of arts and machismo at the same time. His creations are the perfect collection of contemporary trends for the groom on their big day.

Zaaviay

The next in the row was as amazing as its name. designer’s collection has completely traditional bridal dresses decorated with beautiful embroidery and jewelry. The blend of soft pallet shades like pink and rust makes it perfectly complementing each other with silver artwork. The accessories were paired to add more efficient details to the outfits. Sharara and long dress having sequence work are another traditional yet trendy to be seen.

Another experience of her with maroon and fawn seemed stunning and desirable. Every outfit has perfect match earrings and heavy rings that remind one about the royal era. Though the artist has used common trendy shapes and styles her sense of creativity t blend in the details deserves appreciation.

 

 

Sana Abbas’s Gul Naz

Pakistan fashion show is the place to have thousands of bridal wear ideas on a single platform. Line by line every outfit brings ideas and inspiration in every style that one might try at the events easily.

The next collection by Sana Abbas also presented bridal couture with stunning styles. She shaped the dresses as long frocks and flowy draped falls along the seam. She used bright contrasting colors of pink and yellow with green, purple, and magenta. Her dresses somewhere say Indian celebrations colors that feel vibrant and powerful to make impression on everyone.

The show was stopped by the silver sharara worn beautifully by stunning Kinza. The supermodel wore a long over-worn gown heavily decorated with silver dabka work all over it. Sana Abbas’s collection is one of the complete inspiration collections from across the border. The designer has tremendously used the wide color scheme and lastly stole the show because of her extreme creativity of crafting the dazzling silver and white into the perfect blend.

 

This is not yet the end of the show. There are many to come as the event is the place for new and niche designers every year. Though it was a long break of covid and the show was with all SOPs and very selective sitting arrangement but the collections and efforts of our designers have done the full justice to the ramp.