Khaadi Khaas showcased ‘The Nomad’ collection at PSFW. The collection interpreted Central Asian rural crafts to modern aesthetics. ‘The Nomad’ featured contemporized eastern silhouettes, voluminous straight cuts and large-scale prints embellished with chains, studs and leather foil sheets. An intermix of pure fabrics such as silk, crepe and organza on a tribal colour palette.
Adnan Pardesy showcased his ‘Quixotic’ collection at PSFW. The collection draws its inspiration from the idea of “uncluttered simplicity”. Apart from an exciting range of ensembles for women, the showcase will also feature a select menswear line. Integrating luxe fabrics such as silk organza and charmeuse, ‘Quixotic’ boast embellished shalwars, summer layering and jackets in a variety of silhouettes. The eclectic colour palette included hues of pastel, blue, beige, pink, ivory and yellow. In-line with his inspiration, Adnan Pardesy incorporated specific techniques such as tone-on-tone embroidery, fabric texturing, fabric weaving, cut work and geometric patterns in his latest collection. ‘Quixotic’ was complemented by jewellery from Kiran Fine Jewellery from the ‘Alchemy of Time’ Collection.
Asifa & Nabeel
The duo Asifa and Nabeel showcased their ‘Seraphine’ ‘collection at PSFW, drawing inspiration from the fresh young urban spirit of the feminism. It is an evocation of natural, luminous femininity. The collection celebrated the splendour and radiance of a glowing femininity.
Republic by Omer Farooq
Republic by Omer Farooq is set to showcase its ‘PARADOX’ collection at PSFW taking inspiration from the Japanese work-play balance, Paradox explored the contradicting sub-cultures that seem to harmoniously evolve with one another, much like the current state of fashion that is generated by a number of opposing influences seamlessly blending into each other. The collection made use of cotton, denim, jersey, tropical wool and a variety of silks to create structured silhouettes. The colour palette for the collection was based on primitive colours like black, white and grey; showcasing utility and practicality synonymous with Japanese industrial workers which were balanced off by detailing the pieces in bursts of colour and collage-like photographs; taking into account the fast paced night life prevalent in Japan.
Ali Xeeshan showcased his ‘Victory’ collection at PSFW. The collection draws its inspiration from the success stories of the ones who found fame and fortune outside the hallowed halls of high school. ‘Victory’ comprised of neat cut lines, feminine flare and couture tailoring. The collection incorporated cotton based materials along with 3D embellishments to reflect the storyline. The colour palette boasted organic white with accents of vivid hues such as cobalt blue, exotic orange and retro pink.
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