An amalgam of excitement, colour, glitz and glamour, Day 3 at PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week was opened by Karachi based designer Yousaf Bashir Qureshi (YBQ). The show started with actress and model Aminah Sheikh walking down the middle of the ramp wearing a white dress while YBQ painted on the dress in a synchronised manner.
Next to showcase was designer Omar Farooq with his label “Republic”. Republic’s menswear Prêt-à-porter collection for Fashion Week was entitled “Mediterranean Affair”. Inspired by France’s biggest star, Alain Delon of the sixties era, a diversity of fabrics such as linen, tropical wool, twill cotton and microfiber, with satin and suede trims were utilised.
The closing for Day 3’s Act 1 was by Nayna who showcased her collection for Fashion Week entitled “Starry Starry Night”, inspired by the concept of making navy the new black.
After a short break, PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week’s Day 3 Act 2 was opened by designer Ali Xeeshan whose Fashion Week collection was entitled “The Phoenix”.
Next on the ramp was “Rano’s Heirlooms” with her Fashion Week womenswear collection entitled “Gold Brush”. Inspired by objects of beauty and timelessness the aim was for the created pieces to retain their glory even decades later.
Menswear and womenswear collection entitled “Rock Rudali” which was an amalgamation of glam rock and the songs of Thar mourning. An all-white collection with accents of colour highlighted by exotic flairs and draping contains the signature Fahad Hussayn design ethos.
The House of Kamiar Rokni by designer duo Kamiar Rokni and Tia Noon has received an overwhelming response from a trusted clientele with the team now designing for clients in places as diverse as Italy, Holland, USA, England, France, Canada, UAE and Greece to name just a few. The luxury label’s Prêt-à-porter and Haute Couture collections hit the runways in Karachi and Lahore, Pakistan last year to critical acclaim.
The PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week is being produced by Catwalk Productions and styled by the creative team at Sabs The Salon and Khawar Riaz, event coordination by the R Team and Public Relations by Lotus. Further, Little Black Book serve as business consultants, Latitude as buyer focused marketing consultants and Asim Naeem as a technical consultant.