Following the fashion presentation by Zara Shahjahan’s, the next was Ammara Khan. The designer Couture House ‘Ammara Khan’ has made her runway debut on Day 2 of PLBW2014 with a collection titled “The Winter Palace”. A Celebration of the Russian Tsarina”. The collection, inspired by the luxurious and opulent lifestyles of the Russian Royalty.
The bridal collection comprised of structured jackets, tapered long trousers, floor-sweeping gowns, voluminous skirts, A-line flowing tunics and classic saris beautifully made in materials included silk brocades, French laces, net, velvet and organza.
Traditional zari work, 3D embellishment, threadwork and vintage tone of tilla on printed bases had been used. With a color palette inspired by Cholistan and Thatta dolls, it depicted the royalty ruins and leftovers throughout the region.
This collection also portrayed a bit of Cholistan, offered some glimpses into colonialism and the Ranjit Singh era which comes with the signature Fahad Hussayn trousseau and bridal looks for both men and women with a perfect blend of aristocratic grandeur and avant-garde glamour.
The show production and choreography by HSY Events, Hum TV as the Official Media Partners. Make-up and hair styling for Day 2 of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2014 was done by the creative team at Nabila’s with male models styled by NGENTS.