The famous Pakistani Fashion Designer Adnan Pardesy introduces his latest Eid Pret Collection 2014.
Critically acclaimed couturier Adnan Pardesy is set to unveil his new Eid Pret Collection.
Pardesy’s new collection expresses the brand’s signature style of creating elegance through designs that exude simplicity and minimalism. Pardesy’s Eid Collection departs from the traditional with the introduction of a range of silhouettes based in a range of solid colors only. Indeed the designers sartorial vision for Eid are pieces in solids for women that can be paired with anything existing piece in one’s wardrobe such as printed pallazos and churidaars.
The Collection is based in broad color palette including ivory, black, yellow, royal and light blue with fabrics that are 100% Cotton, Japanese Muslins and 100% Silk Chiffons. The collection is accented with laces as trimmings along with embedded buttons of different stones.
“My vision of feminine beauty lies in her simplicity and minimalism and I always look to translate this across each of my designs. With the Eid collection, my idea has been to depict understated elegance, designed to appeal to women who appreciate detailed craftsmanship with a commitment to an impeccable finish. In 2014 -2015 we are endeavoring to make the label Adnan Pardesy more accessible to a wider audience via the unveiling of more pret and luxury pret collections which will also be available nationwide”– Said Adnan Pardesy on the new Eid Collection.
The Eid collection has two price series; Cottons will be retailed from PKR 3,500 to 7,000 and chiffons ranging from PKR 7,500 to 11,000.
A graduate of the Asian Institute of Fashion Design (AIFD), Pardesy launched his label Adnan Pardesy in 2007. He defines his design philosophy as minimalism and employs structure and architecture as his inspiration for his design. Adnan Pardesy originates from an established textile background with experience in garment and textile manufacturing. He is also on the Board of Governors of Asian Institute of Fashion Design, Pakistan.