Spanning over three days of glitz and glamour, this year PSFW19 marked the 20th consistent year of the Spring/Summer Fashion Week showcasing some of the country’s top trends and designs.
Sunsilk, the leading beauty hair brand in the country and a hairstyle trendsetter, perfectly juxtaposed with the bold and aesthetic designs of the awe – inspiring collections of young and experienced designer collections.
The exuberant fashion fiesta focused entirely on the best spring-summer collections, with an underlying theme of power, grace, and passion.
The grand finale of PSFW19 opened with afternoon shows where Khaas, Sanoor and Almirah displayed their creations.
The evening shows included So Kamal, Zaha by Khadija Shah, Nomi Ansari x Tahura, Republic by Omar Farooq and a grand closing by HSY.
Here is our round up of Day3:
Khaas emerged with a bang on the ramp. The collection of fashion-forward was about noisy patterns and casual pieces. Pearl borders on trousers and sleeves were the main highlight. Actress Ghana Ali turned showstopper for the brand.
Adding more glitz to the event was Sanoor’s collection which incorporated from rich cultures of various civilizations around the world.
The spring summer collection was a combination of pastel colors, exotic flowers, paisleys and oriental ornamentation and much more with a touch of fine embroideries that gave a fresh summer feel.
Almirah collection was edgy and outstanding with elegant cuts and rich embroidery.
With a wide range and countless designs, the sherwanis, waistcoats, and formal suits sewn in threads of sophistication and embroidered with the glory of incomparable workmanship. Renowned Cricketer Wasim Akram was the showstopper for the brand.
Overall it was a coherent collection and very elegant
With distinct cuts, striking palette of colours and sharp contrasts suited for every occasion, So Kamal collection was youthful, fun loving and free spirited.
The Evening line consisted of big emphasis on details of Sequence, cut pipes, gottas and beaded embellishments and floral coloured embroideries.
Ruffles and bows accentuated the mid-day look of the garments.
Zaha by Khadijah Shah Collection comprised of flamboyant yet easy to wear silhouettes featuring clashing animal prints in punchy primary colors. The ‘Wild Things’ glamorous display was a pleasure to watch and remarkably loved by all. Mawra Hocane walked the ramp as showstopper.
During last few seasons of fashion weeks all over the world, it’s become clear that the industry is embracing activewear and athleisure and is integrating the looks in new and surprising high-fashion ways.
Fashion powerhouse Nomi Ansari joined forces with Pakistan’s leading online sportswear brand, Tuhura Athletics, to debut a luxury active-wear collection.
The collection ranged from head-to-toe animal prints, full monochromatic studio-to-street styles, fierce neon sets and must-have metallic windbreakers. The display stood out as models strutted down the runway in athleisure wear while busting moves making the walk twice as exciting and fun.
Actress Hania Amir graced the ramp as a showstopper for the designer.
Republic by Omar Farooq collection was like a breath of fresh air in a market of menswear drowning in kurtas and sherwanis.
Neon shirts, vests and stripes on single toned suits added a pop of color to sophisticated menswear sprucing up the runway looks. Actor Sheheryar Munawar walked the ramp as showstopper.
The iconic fashion force, Hassan Sheheryar Yasin celebrated 25th year in fashion Industry. HSY’s journey has been one with his mother, his guiding light as a strong icon of an empowered and empowering woman.
The collection pieces were mostly all red and had patterns which were hand-made and the fabrics used were georgette woven out of silk yarn, predominately based in a monochromatic color palette ‘red’ because the color has a special significance in HSY’s life as the first colour he saw when he got his sight back, 25 years back.