Bridal showcases featuring Tabya Khan, IVY Couture by Shazia and Sehr, Zuria Dor and Farah & Fatima, Nomi Ansari, Saira * Shakira, Nickie Nina, Sadaf Fawad Khan Bridals and Fahad Hussayn.
Further down on Coney Island Avenue, both sides of the road are lined with restaurants and shops which support bright bilingual sign broads in Urdu and English
I usually wonder - if a boy should look like a boy and a girl a girl, why can’t a trans look like a trans?
#BeautyMeetsFashion The early evening bridal showcases featured Jeem by Hamza Bokhari, Sara Rohale Asghar, Ahmad Sultan and Faiza Saqlain. Evening bridal showcases featuring, Sana Safinaz, Misha Lakhani, MAHGUL and Sania Maskatiya. Lahore: The pioneering Pakistan Fashion Design Council [PFDC] and L’Oréal Paris, the world’s leading beauty brand, presented Day-2 of the seventh consecutive PFDC … Continue reading #PLBW17 Day-2 Journal
There aren’t enough adjectives to describe its beauty. The Parbat is frightening, it stands tall and firm; its peaks are covered in the whitest of snow, with clean hues of blues, silver and some purple. The sun touched its topmost peaks making it shine like gold. The ninth highest mountain in the world showed no signs of humanity, it was above it.
A new disease called Angerostrongylus, with the clear symptom found to be the patients being “bardast ke bahir”.
#DesiInPardes Season 3 Episode 15 Live broadcast for Parhlo.com, from Wadsworth Fall, Middle field, Connecticut. The series documents my trip to the States, as I explore the city along with my viewers. https://www.facebook.com/Parhlo/videos/1395468830502254/
#PLBW17 Day One! Pictures fresh off the ramp!
#DesiInPardes Season 3 Episode 14 Live broadcast for Parhlo.com, from Plainville, Connecticut, USA. The series documents my trip to the States, as I explore the city along with my viewers. https://www.facebook.com/Parhlo/videos/1394597080589429/
New York, October 11, 2017 -- We are outraged at the Turkish court for sentencing journalist Ayla Albayrak to two years and one month in prison. The court said she was guilty of engaging in terrorist propaganda in support of a banned Kurdish separatist organization through her reporting with the Wall Street Journal, where Ayla … Continue reading The Coalition For Women In Journalism condemns Turkish court’s decision to convict journalist Ayla Albayrak for her reporting.