L’atelier (pronounced la-tell-lee-yay), is Islamabad’s premier multi-label boutique. Launched in 2010, it came as a much anticipated high end fashion address to the capital’s increasingly style focussed clientele. Entrepreneurs Ahsan, Sadaf, Sarah and Zahra Raza, wanted to create an ambiance of luxury and indulgence premised on French interiors and design. L’atelier’s motto is to provide a personalised service, exhibit the highest level of professionalism and provide access to fashion suiting every budget and every occasion. Taken together their vision is to provide an altogether superior retail experience.
L’atelier focuses on presenting women with a versatile range of trendy ready to wear options, from everyday wardrobe choices to ensembles more suited to formal occasions. To complement the clothes L’atelier also provides a selection of jewellery, shoes, bags and clutches to accessorise and complete the outfit. The boutique stocks over 40 designers from across the country and beyond. Many of these have been introduced to Islamabad for the first time. The selection includes a rich cross section of design labels ranging from the most renowned houses of fashion to coveted upcoming labels. Continue reading…
Hijab is becoming an elegant fashion for Pakistani women who love to engulf their torso in hijab. But hijab not at all means to clad over burdening clothe around thus latest hijab trends in Pakistan aim both purposes of beauty and style.
Right of Muslim women independence is well served through hijab and hijab is the only clothing that bestows a protective sheath and style to women altogether. So you don’t need to step out in black shaft always yet you have latest hijab trends in Pakistan to ease multipurpose clothing i.e. both functional and casual. Continue reading…
Timeless glory of Islamabad fashion week (IFW) includes an arena of Pakistani fashion depicted by many seasoned and budding Pakistani fashion designers, stylists and fashion choreographers over Islamabad fashion runway.
Islamabad Fashion Week (IFW) bashed with latest trends and styles at Serena Hotel, Islamabad with four zestful days from 27 January 2011 to 30 January 2011. The show aimed to mark both history and inclusion of Islamabad in the world’s fashion capitals incorporating renowned Pakistani fashion designers and fashion brands together with fresh talent to get access over international buyers and to enhance opportunity of international business interest in Pakistan’s fabric. Continue reading…
Pakistani fashion is famous for its colors and Asian trends. The Pakistani fashion designers have worked really hard to establish the Pakistani fashion industry. The article below will summarize the latest outfit trends in Pakistani fashion 2011.
The year 2011 will be the dynamic year in the Pakistani fashion since the combination both western and eastern outfits will be introduced with sizzling variations by Pakistani fashion designers.
Poppy shalwar kameez: The poppy shalwar kameez is made of jamavar binarsi febricity have v lined beck which is decorated with the beads. Its lower is plain but the top above waist is embroidered heavily. This is the best addition in today’s Pakistani fashion 2011. Continue reading…
Men and women wear gloves to keep their hands comfortable, warm and funky. They are used in various ways. Nowadays, women are wearing leather gloves as a part of fashion statement. As compare to men, women have always wanted to look different from their counter part. Women do all they can like cosmetics, branded outfits and different fashion accessories to highlight their looks and boost their appeal, in the beginning there were hats, scarves in fashion and now he designer fashionable gloves are making their move. Continue reading…
[Karachi, 10th November 2010] PFDC and Sunsilk are proud to present their second Fashion Week from the 10th to the 13th of November 2010 in the cosmopolitan city of Karachi featuring 4 days of high fashion by Pakistani designers across the country, encompassing both the leading names from the industry as well as its emerging talents. The week will feature 24 distinct designers who will showcase creations from their Spring/Summer 2011 Prêt-à-Porter collections, with daily post-show exhibition stalls at the venue, thereby aligning the Pakistani fashion industry with international trends.
Participating designers include Ali Xeeshan, Ammar Belal, Asifa & Nabeel, Élan, Fahad Hussayn, HSY, Libas, Maria B., Muse, Nayna, Nickie Nina, Nida Azwer, Rano’s Heirlooms, Republic, Saai by Sahar Atif, Sadaf Malaterre, Sobia Nazir, Sublime by Sara, Teejays, The House of Kamiar Rokni, YBQ, Zara Shahjahan and emerging talents Akif and Mohsin.
The first day’s finale of the PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week will be a charity show called “Fashion Gives Back” with over 40 designers participating, to be produced by HSY and styled by Asmaa Mumtaz. The theme of the charity show is each designer’s interpretation of ‘Black’ to be highlighted with an accent colour. These creations, amongst others, have been donated by the designers to be sold at a 40% discount the next day at a fundraising exhibition from 12 noon to 3:00pm at the Sheraton Hotel. All proceeds will be channelled towards the rehabilitation of the flood victims of the village of Hisar Qilay in the Malakand district of Swat, which has been adopted by the PFDC. In addition, throughout the Fashion Week, donations will be collected for the cause. Continue reading…
Jewellery reflects the beauty and essence of a woman and jewellery boxes are very important in this regard. In order to keep your jewellery items safe and secure, jewellery boxes are a must part of every woman’s wardrobe.
It is important for brides and women of all ages to keep their beautiful jewellery safe in a storage system, one which keeps your collection organised and protected. Keeping them in drawers would damage your jewellery, so jewellery box is a wonderful option. Continue reading…
Ramadan seems to leave its spiritual impact on every Muslim and Eid is a time when one fully enjoys the blessings of Allah and celebrates festivity to the fullest. Preparations of Eid, involves lot of cooking, shopping and celebrations at homes and outside.
Eid-ul-Fiter is coming closer and shopping is gaining momentum as you find men, women and children rushing to market to buy clothes, jewellery, makeup, shoes and so much more. Preparations of Eid, involves a lot of excitement and festivity for the Muslims of all ages. It is a time, when every Muslim gets an opportunity to relax, dress and eat as much as possible. Continue reading…
Ever since time immemorial dupatta has been used to cover the head, shoulder, back, breast and in some cases face also. It has come a long way starting from simple veil to a fashionable scarf. This accessory has added a perfect finishing touch to Pakistani dresses and western styles.
Dupatta, in Urdu called Orhani refers to covering. It is a veil which, is responsible for covering your body parts and represent a decent presentation of your persona in society.
This accessory is simply a length of cloth-printed, embroidery or plain measuring two and a half to three down the back or wrapped around the shoulder. Popularly known as dupatta, subcontinent women love to wear it by placing the middle portion of the accessory on the chest and the ends thrown over each shoulder.
Variations in dupatta styles are attempted only with shalwar kameez. If you are going on a wedding or attending a formal occasion, this fashion accessory can be worn with gharara, ghagra choli and sari by tucking hold at the waistband of the gharara. The end is taken over the breast to flow down the shoulder or taken over the head to rest across the other shoulder. Continue reading…
Pakistani fashion designers have always been inspired by shalwar kames since, time immemorial and have tried to fuse it with various colourful styles and variations. 2010 fashion trends in Pakistan offer long embroidered taftan, kurta shirts with tights, tang pajamas, trousers and patyala shalwar.
2010 fashion trends offer flair, colourful embroideries and styles in various modes of Pakistani dresses. Taftan is another latest addition to the line of fashion trend. Many Pakistani fashion designers like Maria B, Mehdi, Nomi Ansari etc have introduced this new and trendy style in their boutiques. Their prices range from Rupees 3000 and above. Continue reading…
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