As first announced in January, leading couturier Zara Shahjahan will launch her label’s independent Spring / Summer 2015 Lawn collection with 18 innovative designs nationwide from 21st March 2015.
For the label’s Spring / Summer 2015 Lawn collection, designer Zara Shahjahan has taken inspiration from a variety of patterns appearing in Asian art and culture, specifically with respect to the Indus Valley heritage. The collection also features prints that draw inspiration from florals and Oriental and Indian inspired thematic elements. The Spring / Summer 2015 collection is based in premium quality lawn and features 18 innovative designs in a fresh colour palette consisting of blues, whites, sharp pinks and crisp yellows. The 3 piece Lawn suits have been embellished with intricate machine embroidery and will be available at all Zara Shahjahan outlets in Karachi and Lahore.
Speaking about her debut independent Lawn collection, Zara Shahjahan said, “2015 will be a year of milestones for our brand, which commenced from the launch of our first Karachi outlet and now continues with the introduction of our label’s debut Spring / Summer 2015 Lawn collection.
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Each design has been constructed keeping in mind the perfect balance between aesthetics and comfort to create a statement piece. Special emphasis has been laid on developing intricate embroideries to give each print that extra oomph with an engaging colour palette of dynamic spring / summer shades. We look forward to yet another successful Lawn season!”
Zara Shahjahan Spring / Summer 2015 Lawn collection will be available at the brand’s retail stores in Lahore and Karachi and will also be available at leading retailers nationwide, including Raja Sahib and Traditions in Lahore, Sanaulla in Karachi, Anum’s, Resham Fabrics, The Rehman Store and Fashion Collection in Islamabad, Wintex and Shaukat Fabrics in Faisalabad, P&J Emporium and Libas Mahal in Rawalpindi, Insaf Cloth in Mirpur, Daamni Fabrics in Sialkot, Insaf Cloth and Imperial fabrics in Multan and Alkaram Cloth House in Bahawalpur.