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PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2014

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The pioneering Pakistan Fashion Design Council [PFDC] and L’Oréal Paris, the world’s leading beauty brand, bring together the most coveted designers from Pakistan to showcase their bridal and trousseau collections at PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2014. Thick jacquards juxtaposed with silk tulles and organza, the collections did not disappoint as far as fairy tale wedding dresses go, complete with intricate embellishments and embroidery, dramatic drapery and accessories.

The season’s line up included seasoned bridal favorites like Sana Safinaz and NickieNina masterfully re-inventing traditional brides with soft silhouettes, to Fahad Hussayn’s avant-garde glamour and Ali Zeeshan’s structured theatrics. Bridal veteran HSY’s bold push from conventional red hues to a primarily black bridal line was a surprising shift from previous collections.
Designers new to the bridal scene also showed beautifully diaphanous silhouettes. Sania Maskatiya and Misha Lakhani showed that old is still new, with nostalgic glances to the subcontinent’s historical Mughal history.
Sana-Safinaz

    Sana Safinaz

Sania Maskatiya

Sania Maskatiya

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Nickie Nina

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Ali Xeeshan

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Karma Red

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Nomi Ansari

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Saira Shakira

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Fahad Hussayn

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Bank Al Falah – Rising Talent Show

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Ammara Khan

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Mehru Khan studied fashion design at the Fashion Institute of technology in New York and moved to Lahore, where she pursued a successful career in design as Head designer at a leading fashion house of couture and luxury pret. Fashion designer,stylist and a consultant Mehru is a fashion insider for Social lifestyle magazine, keeping us abreast with latest trends and events in the world of fashion, arts and culture.

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