PLBW second day is dedicated to new designers497 views
The second day of the PFDC L’oreal Paris Bridal Week (PLBW) is dedicated to designers new to the platform. A few were well well-known in their own right, furthers were beginners but the entire were displaying their initial full bridal collections.
As anticipated, it was a night of hits and misses but Mahgul began the day on an exact high note, with Shamsha Hashwani taking it to an perfect end.
Mahgul’s voyage to her initial full bridal show is valuable and she has previously put the bar so high that one can’t aid but have high anticipations. By this collection, Mahgul did not dissatisfy, by structuring on the superb 3D sculptural adornments from her display last year. She included a little remarkable layering with broad leg trousers and overlies kameezes, in addition, using inspiring dupatta draping methods.
Shiza Hasan perhaps novel to the PFDC platform but her name is quite renowned in Lahore, knowing that she is the sister of famous tennis star Aisam–ul-Haq, who as well walked as her showstopper. Her women wear had a variety of silhouettes from the well-known sari-pant of previous year, to an off-shoulder choli and paper bag pants thus in general, the collection unsuccessful to hit the show.
Farah & Fatima
The couple’s less experience was apparent in their display, which gave a collection of sophisticated bridal wear but did not seem to be cohesive. They first and foremost played with fabrics like net, organza, velvet and even brocade and albeit it did seem to have a few valid excellence, it did not carry anything new to the platform. It will take Farah & Fatima a little bit to describe their creative position and develop as designers.
Saira Rizwan has been working for the Lahori clientele for several years thus the brand does not look to be developing design-wise. The person who has done shoots with international models and experimented in lawn also, Rizwan displayed much typical collection with zilch thrilling to offer. Remaining in the pallid color palette, she employed threadwork, cutwork and crystals to beautify her dresses but it would have been good to notice the designer research a bit further.
Shamsha Hashwani’s brand has been across for more than a decade but this show stated her PFDC debut. A much thespian Sohai Ali Abro initiated the show, putting the tone for an evenly spectacular and majestic showcase. Employing motivation from a Mughal carpet and its motifs of horses, women fanning and turbans, the designer integrated them into much beautiful hand-embroidered shawls.