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Asim Jofa premium lawn collection entices contemporary women. The collection comprise of different prints and colors.
Bright and gloomy colors are used in the collection like bright oranges and blues. Also, some of the prints are depicting theme of old civilization.
Top fashion model of Pakistan Iman Ali is wearing and adding beauty to the overall dress collection.
Fashion lawn collection would be available to all of the leading stores from 11th of March 2013.Asim Jofa has introduced his trendy party wear collection 2013 for women. Subtle colors are used in the fashion dress collection.
Asim Jofa is a well establish designer who can be accessed in New York, Paris, Dubai and London as he has attained huge clientele.
All of the collection is comprised of long flowing gowns along with embroidery around necklines. These flowing gowns are sleeveless but elegant enough to be used for evening parties.
Renowned Pakistani model Aaminah Sheikh is the shoot model of the collection who has carried each piece of the collection with great elegance.Asim Jofa has launched its latest collection of party wear in vibrant colors. The collection is eye catchy in a way that all of the colors he chooses are showing amazing appeal.
They are decent party wear gowns that can be used for dressing in the evening party. They are stylish as silk fabric is used along with stone work at the front. The cuts made have made them to project western look.
Quality fabric and western touch is quite visible in most of the collections of Asim Jofa. The party wear collection 2012 by Asim Jofa is best suited for dinner or for party.
Asim Jofa Lawn Collection 2012 is something extravagant and extra mile this summer. Among all latest summer lawn collection 2012, the lawn of Asim Jofa is out of the box and very unique.
The high-quality prints look awesome and glamorous with unique animal designs.
Peacock design, floral design and block prints engulfed in bright summery hues make the collection of Asim Jofa essential for today’s fashionable women around the world
Umar Sayeed is a name that needs no introduction having dominated the fashion landscape of Pakistan for more than twenty years. By consistently delivering an unparalleled level of style and creative brilliance he has engraved his signature in history as one of the top designers to have hailed from Pakistan.
The Umar Sayeed label can be trusted to produce ever changing innovative designs year after year. As the crowned king of couture his work exudes romance and culture using finely hand crafted beading and dazzling designs. From luxurious saris to lehngas he has excelled in all areas of fashion. His studio offers a multitude of options to choose from which can be customized as desired.
Umar also indulges select male clients with his exclusive menswear line, including embroidered shirts, formal jackets with well-placed appliqués and fine details.
His couture collection is available exclusively via custom orders and available locally and internationally via retail and exhibits. His read-to-wear collections are stocked at all leading muli-label stores in Pakistan.As Islamabad's first fashion week gets under way, Xpozé editor Andleeb Rana Farhan tells Huma Qureshi who's who in the world of Pakistani couture
Islamabad's first fashion week, IFW, kicked off yesterday, mixing couture shows with ready-to-wear collections in a bid to introduce Pakistani designers to the world. I asked Andleeb Rana Farhan,
editor-in-chief of Pakistani fashion monthly Xpozé, for a run through of who's who in the world of Pakistani fashion. Some of the designers will be appearing at IFW, some won't - but all, says Farhan, are worth watching out for.
Nilofer Shahid's collection, Meeras, has dressed Madonna, Jemima Khan, numerous Saudi princesses and even Princess Diana, and she will be showcasing her latest designs at IFW. "Each of her collections sum up royalty from the bygone sub-continental era. When I look at her pieces, I think of romantic princesses, Mughal architecture and poetry," says Farhan, who has her fashion editor's eye on Shahid's jewel-toned velvet opera coats.
Karachi-based Malaterre has brought a little bit of Parisian chic with her to Pakistan (she lived in Paris for years). Her designs are bright, slightly boho (think harem-pant jumpsuits) and never conventional in the Pakistani sense (no embroidery, ever). Apparently she's also a bit of a character, too - all the more reason to expect her to make waves. "This lady knows how to cut a dress," says Farhan. "Nobody in Pakistan does luxury ready-to-wear better than she does."
Married to one of Pakistan's supermodels, Amna Haq, Ammar Belal is the new kid on the block appearing at IFW this year. "His clothes are not for faint-hearted women" says Farhan - which is possibly why Sex and the City stylist Patricia Field went for them. Farhan says Belal's clothes are "punky and theatrical" and a bit crazy sometimes, such as the jacket he created in homage to Michael Jackson.
House of Kamiar Rokni
This label, run by design duo and cousins Kamiar Rokni and Tia Noon, was at Paris fashion week last year and will be at IFW this year - not bad, considering it's only been around for a few years. HKR loves playing with traditional Pakistani finishes and fabrics and combining them with western cuts. "It's desi-chic", explains Farhan ("desi" meaning "native" in Urdu). Their spring/summer collection for this year is called Folkistan, and is full of kitsch, folksy embroidery.
Regal, elegant, traditional with a fun twist - that's Faiza Samee. Her clothes are exquisite. "She just simply never disappoints," sighs Farhan, who is lusting over Samee's patchwork Afghan tunics. Samee's pieces have been shown at the V&A museum, and she also designed Benazir Bhutto's wedding dress.
One of the best-known Pakistani designers, both inside Pakistan and out, HSY Studio by Hassan Sheheryar Yasin is haute, haute, haute couture and already very renowned for bridalwear. Farhan says, "He's a total success story and it's always a delight to watch HSY on the ramp. Always very well thought-out, with sleek choreography."
Sana and Safinaz are best friends and sisters-in-law, and are behind one of the most sought-after brands at the moment. At a recent bridal exhibition, ambulances had to be called in because fights between well-heeled ladies broke out over the Sana Safinaz collection, according to Farhan. "We're talking cat fights!" she says. Still, a look at the clothes sort of explains why. Simply stunning.