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Launched nationwide, Al Karam’s Spring/Summer collection for 2013 includes 7 different collections to choose from. In the world of moods, every dress is an expression of the Al Karam woman’s personality. Each mood is brought to life in 7 stunning collections as you discover your shade. Check out the volume 1 of complete Spring/Summer collection for 2013 by Al Karam below.
Al Karam Spring/Summer Lawn Collection 2013 Volume 1
Day 4 of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2012 opened with a trend show by Khawar Riaz featuring Adnan Pardesy showcasing his interpretation of bridal make-up looks for 2012 – 2013 based on the theme, “the devdas women… are still a bride’s inspiration”. At Khawar Riaz, the Brides are a complete depiction of an innocent yet radiant, unmatched Beauty. His philosophy of Make-up is flawless yet subtle and breaking the norms of the typical drag Queen (the typical dark eyed bronzy make-up) culture; his prime focus is to make The Bride look Classy and Royal. While satisfying his own quest for Art and combining that with his knowledge of facial bone structure, the texture of skin, the quality of color and the slant of light; with primarily focusing on the Bride’s personality more, rather than making her a Soulless Beauty. Here’s the complete make over devdas look for brides by Khawar Riaz from PLBW 2012 day 4.
Khawar Riaz Trend Show at PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2012 Day 4
The fourth and final day of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2012 featured an exclusive trend show by Khawar Riaz featuring Adnan Pardesy followed by solo bridal showcases by Fahad Hussayn, Nida Azwer, Saai and HSY respectively. Each day of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week was styled by a different creative and make-up team presenting their interpretation of bridal make-up looks for the season and to this end, the fourth and final day was styled by Khawar Riaz.
[Lahore, Press Release]: The Pakistan Fashion Design Council [PFDC] and L’Oréal Paris announce the fashion designers and labels set to showcase bridal trends for 2012 – 2013 at the PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2012; a platform which will define and present contemporary and traditional Pakistani Bridal fashion and make-up trends, fusing to create the ‘look’ for the bridal season 2012 – 2013!
Designers showcasing at PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week represent a diversity of aesthetics ranging from those steeped in tradition, design houses who focus on bridal fusion wear and those who are inspired by the more contemporary bride. Presenting collections at PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2012 are: Misha Lakhani, AZZA and Sonia Azhar on Day-1; Asifa & Nabeel, Teena by Hina Butt and The Ali Xeeshan Theater Studio on Day-2; Élan, Layla Chatoor and Nickie Nina on Day-3 and Fahad Hussayn, Nida Azwer, Saai and HSY on Day-4.
The famous Spanish Hi-Street fashion Brand spreading its outlets in Pakistan
Lahore [Press Release]: After the remarkable success of Mango’s first outlet in Karachi, A.K. Marketing opened a new outlet of the infamous high street fashion brand here in the metropolitan on Thursday 13th September, 2012, to cater its Lahore market. Famous Pakistani Singer, Model and Actress Meesha Shafi did the ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the opening of Mango’s first outlet in Lahore.
The king of Bhangra, the Most known personality of Punjab, Abrar ul Haq, Launches his own designer collection labeled “Preeto”. Just like his songs be it Billo, Preeto or Kuriyan Lor Diyan Abrar’s personification of his songs is in the form of woman’s clothing line. launched right before Eid, Preeto by Abrar ul haq couture features semi formal collection of traditional outfits, with amazing patterns that fuse classical with modern fashion era. The Collection shoot can be seen on ViewsCraze Here. Meanwhile check out the event pictures of the launching ceremony attended by several fashion industry stars including Film star Reema, Models Ayyan, Sabina Pasha, Natasha Hussain, Fiza Ali, Fia, Make up Artist Khawar Riaz, singer Annie Khalid and Many others.
Preeto By Abrar ul Haq Launch Event Pictures