The hypnotizing presentation of hues didn’t arrive at an end after the first day of festivities of QHBCW 14th Edition. It was to be sure encouraging for the days to come. With twofold, the rate of energy HUM TV took back its star back to the slope keeping that Sweet Touch. A variety of new attire was holding up to be exhibited under the spotlights. Be that as it may, this day delivered the work of some different renowned form designers in Pakistan industry who uni color inquiry mirrored the genuine Bridal hues in all its eastern ways. The group of onlookers was paralyzed with the enchanted stroll of the gems who set the phase ablaze with their performance.
The invigorating day 2 was set to a begin with the lovely marriage couture planned by Mansoor Akram which was trailed by the work of Ayesha Usman. We will talk about in points of interest the most recent marriage dresses accumulations of day 2.
QMobile HUM TV Bridal Collections DAY 2 Bridal Couture Week (QHBCW17)
The energizing day 2 was set to a begin with the flawless marriage couture outlined by Mansoor Akram which was trailed by the work of Ayesha Usman, Fiaka Karim and Uzma Babar. Indicate 2 of the day conveyed the genuine mold arrangement to the floor with outflank eastern couture composed by Fahad Hussayn. Ahmed Sultan’s fine work was likewise conveyed to the show. The day’s Finale was not that straightforward according to the desires of the gathering of people. It finished with extraordinary fragments including Classic Red in the Bridal Couture.
The whole walk was masterminded to feature the work of numerous eminent craftsmen including Ali Xeeshan, Tena Durrani, Sania Maskatiya, Elan, Faraz Manan among others. Lets observe on the surprising wedding dresses accumulations and centerpieces!
1# MANSOOR AKRAM:
Mansoor Akram’s started the second day of couture week with highly contrasting and appealing series. He use soft and pastel hues in his women assortment. But at the same time he uses bold and bright hues for menswear. Long flared Maxis and Lehegnas with extravagant cuts and full of ethnicity was part of this series.
Enchanted Garden: As the name indicates, it is a collection that focuses on romantic mood and a flowery colors. With an essence of negligible silhouettes, the designs are as smooth as a breeze and use an elegant and soft palette of hues. The use of the finest fabric is evident in each garment adding sex appeal with every stitch. They have pride in detail and intricate hand embellishment using the most unique designs and patterns to give its work its OWN and New identity.
With rustic Earthen tones intertwined among rich luxurious touch, Faika Karim elevates Noorie to a level of grandeur that was never seen before. The beautifully simple Noorie was transformed into a glistening ethereal beauty flowing amazing creations. With stunning Peplum cuts to the exquisitely adorned straight lined shirts with stones and ultra sparkling cutworks encrusted with marble stones, pearls and gems throughout. In this traditional meets simple and simple meets grand. The pieces reflect melanin tones enriched with deep rusts, berries, golds and olives.
The focus of Uzma Babar Collection ‘Forever’ is on eternal ethnic fusion, enduring cultural aesthetics, and a contemporary code of conduct, in lavish silhouettes, rich textures, and opulent embellishments. It contains Bronze Mist, Ruby Wine, Gothic Olive, Rose Red, Champagne, Red Dahlia and Salsa, in addition to silver and gold hues.Moreover, this collection encompasses extravagant shararas, the classic farshighararas, chic peplums, the very prevalent ghararas, and an arrangement of diverse cuts and textures. The collection lays emphasis on the splendor of opulent fabrics, namely silk net, chantily net, organza net, masoori, heavy brocade, pure chiffons, jamawaar, French net, and raw silk, with profuse embellishments that range from resham, tilla, kora, dabka, nakshi, sequins and pearls.
Fahad Hussayn Couture was named as “Dara ShikohAurSunehriChurail”. It is the collection, that depicts a tale of the Mughal ruler Dara Shikoh & a beautiful Churail, taking design directions from Irani influences & folklore, incorporating Persian-Islamic architecture executed in a collaboration of drama and color by the imaginary of Fahad Hussayn. Delicate and intricate silk thread embroideries, interlaced delicate hand work of exquisite craftsmanship on custom nets, organza, chiffon, tissue, and other tactile surfaces, alongside our in-house hand painted PRINT MEUSUEM creations.
Sunita Marshel has studded the stage with alluring and captivating bridal collection by Ahmed Sultan. This assortment contains lehengas, tops, maxi, and heavily embroidered tops with waist belt style. To give a more glitzy touch they also styled every dress with traditional touch.
In QMobile HUM Bridal Couture Week 2017, there was created a very special segment called the “The Classic Red.” This segment features all the critically acclaimed and established designers to showcase one exquisite outfit displaying in the color, with a focus on depicting tradition, culture, love and vibrancy – As red is as traditional as it gets and is extremely popular with brides we feel this segment will be relevant and add great value to the rundown. Designers which are showcasing their collections are Adnan Pardesy, Ali Xeeshan, Faraz Manan, Farah Talib Aziz,Karma, Maheen Ghani Taseer, Mehdi, Misha Lakhani, Sania Maskatiya, Shamaeel Ansari, Tena Durrani and Zaheer Abbas and Zara Shahjahan.