PESHAWAR: Concepteur’s Lounge is Pakistan’s first multi-brand store in Peshawar, and it’s already creating waves due to their exceptional line-up of designers and excellent customer services. Amongst the big names stocking at Concepteur’s Lounge are Ayesha Khurram, Karma, Nadya Mistry and Taneez who is stocking her silver jewelry at the store.
Concepteur’s Lounge is a joint venture between two motivated and ambitious women, Dr. Naila Junaid and Mrs. Yasmin Azam, who launched Concepteur’s Lounge with the sole purpose of developing a market for high end designer wear in Peshawar. Continue reading…
One of the premier home textiles exporters of Pakistan, Kamal Limited’s lawn venture with designer fashion label Élan is their first local initiative which brings together two highly regarded names in textile production and design respectively.
With an aim to carve a niche for itself in the Pakistani designer lawn market, Kamal Lawn by Élan is being introduced with state of the art quality in cloth and printing, and attention to detail in design. Continue reading…
KARACHI: Color Studio, probably Pakistan’s most innovative and exciting make-up brand, has launched an exciting new nail color which is more than just a color. It is crackle color, and looks almost like nail art when it’s spread out on the nails.
One blogger described Color Studio’s Crackle Color in these words: “This is my first crackle polish. My sister was adamant that I try this, so I got myself this one from Colorstudio’s Pro Nails line at Dolmen Mall. They also have one in white as well.”
Annie Mansoor, CEO of Allenora Annie’s Signature Salon, was all praise for Crackle Nail Colors. “Crackle nail colors are unique, and fun and exciting and these truly add oomph to any get-up,” said Mansoor, all praise for Color Studio’s crackle colors. Continue reading…
Highly anticipated remake of 1990’s classic, Agneepath, is all set to take box office by storm. The Taran Malhotra directed, Agneepath has been in theatres for just a day and already raked in over 20 crore approximately. Critics and fans that have seen the film are all praises for Karan Johar’s remake. Not even one of the critics have rated the movie below 3.5 stars hinting it’s a surehot hit.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh said, “Agneepath opening: Not just Hrithik’s biggest opener, but also amongst the biggest opener of all times. It should have a record Day 1 collection.“ His verdict says that Agneepath is a fitting tribute to the masterwork. The movie has all the potential to scale dizzy heights of victory and catapult Hrithik Roshan as the newest member of the 100 cr Club, besides providing the Hindi film industry with the first giant Blockbuster of 2012. Continue reading…
‘7 Welcome To London‘ will be premiering its official theatrical trailer alongside four other Bollywood films this week. The trailer will be attached to the UK print of the much awaited Agneepath, which is expected to have a grand opening. The placement of the trailer is part of the marketing team’s strategic plan to ensure the film gets maximum exposure. Premiering the trailer with one of the most anticipated films of the year will guarantee this.
Distributor Joe Mirza said “Attaching our trailer with a movie that is eagerly awaited is the right thing to do especially, as our movie also lends itself to the action genre, which will help it stand out amongst the other films. In three days alone the first look video has over 35 thousand hits on YouTube which suggests that the Bollywood loving audience is already excited about this forth coming release.” Continue reading…
[January 24th 2011]: Saving Face, directed by Pakistani investigative documentary filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy and Daniel Junge has been nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary, Short Subject as announced by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
The film chronicles the work of acclaimed British Pakistani plastic surgeon, Dr Mohammad Jawad as he travelled to Pakistan and performed reconstructive surgery on survivors of acid violence.
Acid violence, an extreme form of physical abuse, is systemically underreported in Pakistan; official figures state that a hundred cases of acid violence are filed every year, though it is estimated that the actual figure is far greater. Continue reading…
“Kesa by Lala takes inspiration from the richness of Japanese culture, with the name being derived from the prayer robes of Japanese Buddhist monks which they designed with utmost care and finesse in patterns reflecting Japanese subtleties and design aesthetics.
The House of Lala interprets this heritage within a Sub Continental Context with their brand “Kesa”, which combines the intricacies of art and design while retaining the best in fabric and embellishment. Indeed the latest summer collection from Kesa represents Islamic and Oriental art presenting designs in floral and geometric patterns in a variation of colours accentuated by embellishments, panels and embroideries.
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