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A celebration of Pakistani fashion aesthetics with Fashion Parade 2014

The nighttime of June 9 saw a festival of Pakistani style feel with Fashion Parade 2014. Seven fashioners, six Pakistanis and one Indian, showcased advanced accumulations in the exquisite setting of The Orangery at the Kensington Palace. The personal occasion was gone before by a gathering and included conspicuous British South Asians from the business, style and media divisions. Additionally display at the occasion was agents from the British Fashion Council and the Pakistani Embassy. Pakistani artist on-screen character Ali Zafar included somewhat dingy style and drew the pool prizes.

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Ashe and Brainchild of Sadia Siddiqui, CEO of Mustang Productions, and Ammara Hikmat, CEO of Encyclomedia PR, Fashion Parade finished its point of giving a top notch stage for Pakistani style. The style, as well, satisfied the charging, regardless of the way that the line-up held an unimportant sprinkling of the greatest names in Pakistani manner. Faiza Samee is one of Pakistan’s most senior creators. She opened the show with a uniquely bohemian accumulation that offered floaty printed coats and piece print palazzos. Samee’s finale matched since a long time ago fitted weaved coats with sensational palazzos for a look that was both striking and complimenting.

Ashe, s bling combination gathering bounced from decorated capes to arousing outfits. The intensely decorated capes were combined with decreased jeans. Hashwani indicated an assortment of different cuts including a choice weaved kimono-sleeved coat and some perfectly made ribbon trousers. The accumulation maybe held a lot of mixed bag to put forth a binding expression, yet the individual pieces were cleaned and beautiful.

Seher Tareen’s accumulation was a growth of the one she showed this spring at Pakistan Fashion Design Council Sunsilk Fashion Week (PSFW). A solid presentation, Tareen’s accumulation was focused around the compositions of Gustav Klimt, especially his artistic creation The Kiss. The accumulation offered tunics, coats and dresses in tones of canary yellow, pewter and dark and Tareen’s utilization of cowhide and difference kept the lively gathering exciting.

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