The last day of the Pantene Bridal Couture Week (PBCW), organised in method by Style 360 and choreographed by HSY, was held at a localizedized inn in Lahore. The grand settee and the mesmerising ramp donned in the most amazing fashion techniques was a stunner.
Ahmed Bilal began the first show to a packed dwelling displaying his bridal line highlighting theattractiveness of after summer hues and concentrating on distinct textures and capacity. His showstopper was donned by Fizza Ali.
The decision? Ahmed utilised too much fabric to proceed with one dress and intensified on less style and conceiving. The men’s collection was a entire catastrophe with long flowing raw silk drapes worn as sarees and chiffon proceedwns to proceed with chooridaars. The women’sCollection was bewildering and consisted of painful browns and pinks; a combination not very simple to drag off, especially in kamkhaab dupattas and jamawar lehenga choli. The hue palette was boring, with the only bling supplied by hefty set jewellery.
Cheetah-print cholis to proceedwith black lehengas and course net duppatas looked impractical and unsuitable. The only vibrancy and cheeriness could be seen in Ahmed’s display stopper Fiza Ali who was clothed in ablend of greens, reds, beige and blacks. But the leopard-print boundary on the long top was a big frustration one time again.
Tabassum Mughal who had made her debut on the ramp with the last PBCW in Karachi, and had become an instant strike, showcased her regal Collection inspired by both the Victorian age and the Mughal era.
The decision? The Collection was fascinating with gold gowns embroidered and laden with gold threadworks and provided a wealthy ensemble of a traditional, graceful and hefty bridalCollection. The chiffon and georgette separates with long flowing gold gowns was a masterpiece of aesthetics. furthermore, the experimentation with balancing hefty florals andblazing mini chandeliers on head was a genius implementation of a creative idea, which the models offered with utter grace and comfort. The boards of cotton fabric kaftans was tidy and chic, however Tabassum’s experimentation with woollen boundaries increased blended strong feelings.
Following Tabassum’s collection, Lollywood stars Sana and Babrik Shah presented on strikeBollywood pathways, with the utmost energy and vigour. It was energizing to see Babrik; missing in action from the shiny screen; back on the stage looking radiant as ever and matching up to Sana’s measured thumkas and astonishing choreography by Hasan Rizvi of BodyBeat Productions. The presentation left the assembly clapping and hooting in high spirits.
Sadaf Arshad followed with her bridal collection. Her showstopper was donned by previous top model Iman Ali.
The decision? Sadaf performed attractively with hues on plain chiffons with heavy-setboundaries. Greens with creams and pastels went amazingly well with jamawar and brocade lehengas with attractive smooth separates. The highlight of Sadaf’s display was when formerpeak model and our very own superstar Iman Ali strolled the ramp for her. dressed in a beautiful black, shiny and blue lehenga choli, Sadaf did justice to Iman’s celebrity rank. The polki, emerald and gold jewellery accompanying provided an additional appeal to the attire.
Closing the evening segment was Shazia Bridal Gallery with a heavily embellished Collection with Lollywood celebrity Meera donning as her showstopper.
The decision? For once, a designer utilised velvet amazingly well with bridals. although, the Collection needed creativity and some slashes incorporated into a bewildering blend of Eastern and Western attire just did not appear right. should hand it over to Shazia who concentrated on the men’s collection with flawless stitching and the astonishing hue code. Pearl-white sherwanis and lightweight embellishments were eye-catchy and appealing.
The night segment opened with a bang, taking away the wind of the audience by showcasing the works of the impressive Couturiers. The 13 top designers of the country that were boasted were Umer Sayeed, Rizwan Beyg, Nilofer Shahid, Nomi Ansari, HSY, Sana Safinaz, Rehana Saigol, Mina Hassan, Shamaeel Ansari, Deepak Perwani, Maheen Khan, Nickie Nina and Amir Adnan.
The decision? Each designers showcasing one of his best works was distinct, dignified and over-powering. residing true to their signature selves, the dresses were a fine piece of aesthetics and art, worthy of applause.
barely had the audience retrieved from this heal that Hadiqa Kiyani came in to present, much to everyone’s great pleasure. dressed in a beautiful red, black and gold sleeveless gown, Hadiqa sang her Coke Studio hit “Rung Hai”, and wowed the assembly with her majestic stage presence and amazing vocals. The presentation was pursued by a jewellery display by Sonar with outfits created by Lajwanti, Saba La Chantal, Fahad Hussayn, Kamiar Rokni and Saniya Maskatiya. Her showstopper was donned by Ather Shehzad.
The night closed with Mehdi’s glamorous grand finale. Mehdi created classy tea pinks with shimmering tiaras. Velvet gowns with georgette camisoles, classy blouses of greens and orangehefty brocade was the stunner of the evening. The men’s collection was simple, chic and uber stylish. Mehdi was a clear winner for the PBCW impressive finale display. See the pictures of Pantene Bridal Couture Week Grand finale Photo Album Collection 2013-2012…
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