Sneak peek into #PHBCW’19!
Back at Faletti’s for round two! The fashion is just not coming slow! The fashion of these divas continues to vow us! Watch out for all the showstoppers that will awe us with their flairs and flaunts. Here are all the highlights of the Day 2 of PHBCW’19!
Humayun Alamgir’s collection was quite impressive with dark toned sherwanis, some with some without kullah’s. The fabrics were most unique not in colors but in textures. Some of the fabric was textured with embroidery and self-work while others were boasting of craftsmanship. Tailored to perfection, this collection was definitely intriguing to watch.
Humayun Alamgir’s collection Nawabzada features Sherwanis, prince coats and turbans. This collection was classy and comfortable as far as the eye can see. Hassan Ali - our Pakistani cricketer, was the showstopper.
Aisha Farid showcased her collection, Nur-un-Nisa with volumes and volumes of cloth adorned to every inch with embroidered and other works craftsmanship. The famous Ayeza Khan was the showstopper for her.
Chinyere played well with colors as always. Its unique collection named, Ishq Nachaye Gali Gali was filled with sophistication and a subtle color palette with traditional ideas. Juggan was a source of pure joy to watch as she donned on a deep maroon and gold outfit. Main highlight of the collection were the sherwanis.
Emraan Rajput’s collection Surkhaab is a beautiful rendition of today and yester year. Adorned mainly in golds on rich raw silk, it depicts a touch of royalty in its collection perfectly. Classy as always, the showstopper was, Ali Zafar in a black sherwani.
Kausar Sajid’s collection had an old school feel about them and they were not burdened by heavy work. Our favorites were the white and red number with turmeric hued bandhini duppatta.
Maria B’s collection named the Lady of Amritsar, was all about florals. This collection was about the art pieces that she was inspired by over the years and she had shown a meticulous effort with her pastel and rouge palette with blossomy floral designs.
Rici Melion’s collection Zyanya was inspired by the Turkish region. The sleek cuts and sophisticated technique can be seen adorned on the Sherwanis. Basic colors and sleek cuts are what the collection circulates around.
Sadaf Amir’s collection Bagh-e-Baharan, like the name suggests, is filled with all sorts of colors of life, nature, surroundings and the world. Different colors of perfected craftsmanship could be seen translated onto the bridal dresses designed by the designer.
Sheeba Kapadia’s collection Clair De Lune is all about coppers, teals and mandarins, blossoming into the mehndi bride. The colors revolve around your traditional mehndi colors and Sheeba has done a wonderfully personified version of bringing it all together.
Zeeshan Danish’s Kimkhwab is a beautiful rendition of bridal wear, a must see for brides. Urwa Hocane was the showstopper in a beautiful bridal outfit, looking nothing short of a dream.
Stay tuned for the highlights of the third day of PHBCW’19! All the sizzling new dresses from Day 2 will stay on our minds for quite some time!