So Kamal made its PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week debut with ‘Mughal Sway’. The collection draws its inspiration from the Mughal era. ‘Mughal Sway’ was all about giving a contemporary touch to the traditional craft, incorporated Mughal era inspired bold patterns and chunky, stone encrusted embroideries in ethnic wear. From the peony to the chrysanthemum, the trellises of wild roses and the ubiquitous lotus, geometric printed forms and embroidered flowers all took bloom on the finest quality of fabrics such as grip, chiffon and lawn with a special finish like aloe vera comfort. It also featured exquisite tilla work, ruffles, flairs and flowy silhouettes on an enriching colour palette of bright and deep hues.
Noor by Saadia Asad
Noor by Saadia Asad showcased its ‘Daastan-e-Noor’ collection at PSFW. It was the high-street version of the label’s latest lawn collection. ‘Daastan-e-Noor’ incorporated prints inspired by bold botanical elements with a fusion of modern ornaments on a blend of lawn, chiffon and silk. The collection boasted a range of shalwars, shift dresses, peplums and drapes in refreshing colours. It also featured an exquisite range for kids.
Rang Rasiya showcased its ‘Spring Canvas’ collection at PSFW. From curving lines to gilt and gold, the collection was an extravagant style of art inspired by the timeless European patterns and Medieval French Roses. ‘Spring Canvas’ featured intricate embroideries and subtle laces on traditional yet contemporary silhouettes. Based on a diverse colour palette of soft pastels and vivid hues, the collection incorporated the finest quality of fabrics ranging from jacquards, silk, chiffon, net and lawn
Sana Safinaz showcased its ‘Chateau Marmont’ collection in a solo show at PSFW. The collection draws its inspiration from the glitz and glamour of old Hollywood. ‘Chateau Marmont’ featured intricately crafted floral motifs in beadwork, embellished embroidery and dramatic appliqué on silks and plush cotton blends. The collection boasted a variety of silhouettes ranging from structured to dramatic on an enriching colour palette that includes jewel tones, pinks and a nod to monochrome.
Hair Show by Nabila
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