Push­ing the bound­aries of style, the on­go­ing Pak­istan Fash­ion Week saw bolder cuts and re­fresh­ing de­signs

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - Ak­shay Kaushal ak­shay.kaushal@htlive.com

Pak­istan Fash­ion Week has evolved over the years. When it comes to western wear, the de­sign­ers are now open to ex­per­i­men­ta­tion with cuts and sil­hou­ettes as op­posed to their stance at its in­cep­tion, back in 2007. To get no­ticed in the in­ter­na­tional plat­form, the or­gan­is­ers are try­ing their best to raise the bar.

From cold shoul­ders to midriff bar­ing out­fits, mod­els saun­tered down the ramp dis­play­ing col­lec­tions from the likes of Misha Lakhani, Shiza Has­san and Tena Dur­rani, among oth­ers. Here are the high­lights from the three-day-long fash­ion show.


A model walks the ramp for de­signer Misha Lakhani Ef­fort­less lay­er­ing, flo­ral mo­tifs and pastel shades worked won­ders for de­signer Shiza Has­san

De­signer Tena Dur­rani’s col­lec­tion had fem­i­nine sil­hou­ettes and stun­ning cock­tail gowns

De­signer Misha Lakhani’s cre­ation had flowy sil­hou­ettes with lush fab­ric mak­ing it high on opu­lence

De­signer Saira Shakira’s Ji col­lec­tion had bright colours with in­trigu­ing em­broi­dery

De­signer Shiza Has­san’s col­lec­tion ti­tled Lolita had pastel shades and flo­ral mo­tifs

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