Posted on Oct 18th, 2011 | Comments (0)
I have a very simple principle of my design house and that is a constant hard work for timeless clothes. I recently launched my women’s clothing line during Dubai Fashion week in May 2011. The event was incredibly successful and acted as an ideal platform that helped me introduce my label to the fashion world. My cuts intertwine both eastern and western elements that allow for a variety of styles. I have launched my signature line Gulzeb couture under which I present both ready-to-wear and couture.
Gulzeb couture designs for the modern woman who appreciates style and quality. Great attention is paid to the finish of the garment. My clients range from young ladies to mature women.
Presently I am stocking at Studio 8 in Dubai and at my own Shop in Dubai called Zardoze and very soon will be opening my design house in Karachi
It’s very difficult commuting every month from Dubai to Karachi but I guess my passion for clothes makes it easy enabling me to keep my finger on the pulse of the global fashion scene.
When I say my cut intertwines with both sides of element it basically means I am more interested to use stylish cuts in my designs at the same time using hand work traditional hand work of naqshi and bead work. I want my each and every cut to look exiting and hot!
I help women by bringing in the sophistication in them through my clothes. My clients have their own ideas as well but I help them in suggesting timeless pieces and by helping them wear the right styles according to their looks.
International catwalks, latest trends and travelling
My designing philosophy is to come up with exclusive, timeless pieces yet accessible.
Nothing like the material we get from Pakistan. My love for Jamawars is never ending
I have no competitors in this industry as I am a happy go lucky soul who has a massive passion for beautiful clothes and respect all the senior designers who have been in this industry for decades.
My future plans are to have a design house in all the major cities of Pakistan but at the same time to take one step at a time.