London Fashion Week 2017 took place from Friday 17th to Tuesday 21st February – clashing with New York Fashion Week 2017 on its first day. The majestic Freemason Hall in London played host to six collections that presented an eclectic range of Pakistani fashion.
We don’t want to highlight the recent bomb blasts at Lahore and Sehwan, Hafiz Saeed’s house arrest, the slow process of PANAMA scandal case hearings but the great success of 2nd edition of Pakistan Super League, successful on-going military operation against terrorism and Pakistani designer’s approach to London Fashion Week 2017.
London Fashion Week is always a trendsetting platform which attracts the fashion lovers from every corner of the world. It is always showcased by the top-notch designers from Kate Spade New York to Oscar De La Renta, from Burberry to Vivienne Westwood.
The famous fashion designers of Pakistan also displayed their collections at the runway of London Fashion Week 2017 Autumn/Winter. With over dozens of designs to choose from we have something for everyone. This vibrant range shines with its amazing works of colorful printed patterns, motifs and cuts.
These designers are including Maheen Khan, Sonya Battla, Hamza Bokhari (Jeem), Zuria Dor, Munib Nawaz and The Pink Tree Company by Mohsin Sayeed.
According to The News, Pakistani Designers Collection at London Fashion Week 2017 is made up of emerald greens, peacock blues, and sun-kissed oranges, silks and hand woven organza, which creates the perfect dichotomy between these and delicate digital hand painted repeat prints.
This beautiful collection – which was styled by Rebekah Roy – showed the contemporary design, culture and textiles to the London Fashion Week audience. Each splendid outfit in this Autumn/Winter 2017 Ready to Wear collection is absolutely sensational, that would simply inspire the surroundings.
“It was hard work and we all ensured that we project our work and designs to the global audience in the most befitting manner”, Pakistani fashion designer Munib Nawaz told Geo News.
“As you saw during the catwalk session, all Pakistani designers won huge praise from the audience and we couldn’t have asked for more. The British Council provided us with the great opportunity and we are thankful indeed. It’s also recognition of Pakistan’s talent and widening fashion scene.”
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