Veet, the world’s leading brand in hair removal, held its acclaimed fashion event – “Veet Celebration of Beauty” on 24th August at Expo Centre in Karachi.
The entertainment extravaganza at Veet Celebration of Beauty 2013 consisted of a live fashion show, music and dance entertainment and a Beauty Awards segment which celebrated the best of Pakistani beauty. Indeed, this year’s Veet Celebration of Beauty was expanded in scale and scope to feature a diverse range of content in a singular interactive ceremony, a marked first for the beauty brand.
The Fashion showcase was divided into four unique segments which celebrated Pakistani fashion through the ages as conceptualized and styled by NABILA and her team. The Vintage segment paid homage to the bygone era of classic Pakistani cinema and featured Élan by Khadijah Shah who presented her collection along with celebrity showstopper Zeba Bakhtiar.
The Retro segment paid tribute to the roaring 70’s and showcased the fashion stylings of designer Sadaf Malaterre, whose collection, aptly complemented by vivacious makeup and styling, portrayed the psychedelic nature of the era. The segment was closed by celebrity showstopper and Lollywood actress Sana Fakhar walking the ramp.
For the Pop segment, designer Ali Xeeshan presented his disco inspired fashion collection along with celebrity showstopper Nadia Hussain, providing a befitting ode to the glamorous and over-the-top 80’s.
The final fashion segment of the day titled Eclectic was presented by design label Sana Safinaz and featured celebrity showstopper Humaima Malick. The segment encapsulated the present, depicting the fashion and aesthetic style of the modern Pakistani woman who lives for the NOW.
Image Credits: Faisal Farooqui & his team at DragonFly
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