FPW 2019 Day 1
Sana Safinaz did it solo. The designers portrayed the unique collection with a Sana Safinaz solo show on Day 1. The models kicked off the stage with the Spring/summer collection rocking all those beautiful styles and creative designs.
Looking at the whole collection, it was a perfect blend of Eastern thoughts combined with a Western touch. The designers also depicted the poetry through their collection, Allama Iqbal’s Payaam-i-Mashriq with the aim to do some spiritual healing of the individuals and nations.
The event was a classic hit as it had a bit of everything. Clothes with a hint of pastel colors dotted with perfection in embroidery and other embellishments. On the other hand, funky looks and accessories were definitely worth appealing to the audiences and the brands’ lovers.
FPW 2019 Day 2
Coming to the highlights of Day 2, it was quite bewildering as compared to the first day. Generation and other designers came up with their own unique concepts to inspire the audience.
#NoNonsenseNighat campaign started out by Generation was the main highlight of the event but it delivered confusing vibes on the concept as it was totally new. The designer’s philosophy behind the whole concept was to revive the old school style but with bolder looks.
Apart from Generation, there were other designers like Yashin Zaman, Nauman Arfeen, Sana Maskatiya and brands like Ideas, Alkaram, and Boheme.
Collection ‘Kun Faya Kun’ from Boheme by Kanwal
The collection mostly included vivid colors and bold looks.
Collection Zeke from Yashin Zaman
The collection was more like a modern fairytale that swept away all the crowd off their feet!
Collection: ‘Har Shakht Pe Ullu Betha Hai’ from Nauman Arfeen
The collection comprised of traditional lehngas and ghararas layered with the quirky touch of dark denim.
Collection: The Floral Raj from Ideas Pret
The collection amazed the crowd with breath-takingly elegant floral styles
Collection: MAK O Keeffe from Alkaram
The collection was inspired by the late illustrator, O’Keeffe who is also recognized as the Mother of American Modernism in today’s era.
Collection: Lost in the Forest from Obaid Sheikh
The collection was all enchanting with multi shades of green
Collection: Luxe Evening Wear from Sana Maskatiya
The collection was quite alluring with beautiful shades and the perfect flair of the designer’s signature outfits.
Kudos to all the designers! They not only worked hard but made the event more mesmerizing with their cool concepts.
FPW 2019 Day 3
The final day was amazing with some vibrant and exquisite creations. It had to outshine the other 2 days and it really did.
First of all, can we at least take a minute and appreciate this cute performance by these two cuties? This actually became the cutest highlight of the entire event.
Furthermore, the beautiful event was wrapped up with the outstanding work of artists like Nomi Ansari, Zainab Chhotani, Tena Durrani, and the Pink Tree Company.
Collection: Kaleidoscope from Nomi Ansari
The collection had it all entwined from crafty outfits to fascinating colors theme.
Collection: Mayon Mehendi from The Pink Tree Company
The collection exhibited a line of conventional outfits fit for mayoun/mehndi brides
Collection: La fée from Zainab Chottani
The collection was so captivating as it contained all the different hues just as the name translates ‘La fee’ which literally means ‘magical’.
Collection: Nur’ from, Tena Durrani
The collection was nothing out of the ordinary but it did leave a good expression on the audience.
To conclude, the Pakistani designers have really increased the bar for the fashion industry for the upcoming events and emerging designers. Also, the designers are doing a good job of keeping up various campaigns that is beneficial for the people of Pakistan and the entire industry.