Here we will have a detail discussion about the PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2015 Day 1 for the readers! Talking about PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2015 this event took place in Lahore at the place of Flattis Hotel as from 16th September 2016 till 18th September 2015. At the PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2015 Day 1 almos 6 designers with one talent show came ahead to drive the people with their collections. In this list we have the names of Karma Red, followed by Ali Xeeshan Theatre Studio, Sania Maskatiya, Bank Alfalah Rising Talent Show and showcases by Republic by Omar Farooq and Élan respectively. Bridal Week 2015 was done by the creative team at N-Pro for womenswear and N-Gents for menswear.
PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2015 Day 1 Review
Bridal Collection By Karma Red:
PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2015 Day-1 was opened by Karma Red. The collection came ahead by the design director Maheen Kardar Ali who showcased their bridal collection named as “Shehzadi Rang Aur Samarkand Ki Rani”. Collection was added up with the dresses designs that were switched up with the lehengas and frocks that was beautified with the gota as well as gold embellishments. Tissue and Organza premium fabrics have been used up for the stitching of the dresses.
Bridal Collection by Ali Xeeshan Theatre Studio:
The Ali Xeeshan Theatre Studio showcased a bridal collection of menswear and womenswear named as “Tufaan”. The collection was showcasing with the coverage of the traditional dresses designs that was set with the creative forms and cuts. Brand has made the usage of the rich Pakistani embroidery like Tilla and Succha work over the dresses. Usually shades of gold and earthy tones have been used up for the dresses. Showstoppers for the collection were Meesha Shafi and Soha Ali Abro.
Bridal Collection Bank Alfalah Rising Talent Show:
The Bank Al-Falah Rising Talent Show featured individual capsule presentations by 4 designers in which we have the first by Faiza Saqlain. Her collection was named as “The Regal Dawn”. She showcased the collection by giving the tribute to Elizabethan Era by presenting Queen’s gowns. Dresses were the blend of sheer and opaque. She has made the use of the jamawars, kundun zari net and a variety of other pure textured fabrics. JEEM by Hamza Bokhari showcased the bridal collection titled “Ruzzkiy Kukly” as it was the part of the Bank Alfalah Rising Talent Show at PFDC L’Oréal. Dresses were made superb with the coverage of the rich fabrics such as tissue, net, velvet and silk. Ruby, Velvet and magenta were some common shades used in dresses. Maheen Taseer showcased her new bridal collection named as“Vailliant”. She highlighted the contemporary dresses as they were stitched with the fabrics of silks, brocade and velvets with antique embellishment. At the last we have the fashion designer Zarmisha Dar who showcased her new bridal collection named as “Gullistan”. She adds the collection with short dresses that were sophistically designed up. Pastel and soft shades have been used up for the dresses. Gota and dabka work has been used up at the best.
Bridal Collection By Republic by Omar Farooq:
Republic by Omar Farooq showcased their “Rosa” collection for PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2015. The collection was taken the best inspiration as from the works of designer Madeleine Vionnet. It was made richer with the floral work with heavy embellishment of stone and dabka working. Menswear was designed by Omar Farooq himself and womens wear was designed by Sana Omar.
Bridal Collection By Élan:
At last the show ended up by the Elan bridal collection named as “The Jasmine Court”. The “Jasmine Court” paid tribute to Sub continental Royalty’s romantic era of the late 18th century. Collection was made innovative with the placement of the traditional frocks and lehengas as with the coverage of the ‘blouse’ and ‘petticoat’. Élan has shaded the dresses with the deep bold shades such as gold yellow, lime, yellow, pink and many more. Sheer Fabrics, velvet in addition to brocade have been printed in dresses.
So these have been few best designers that placed up the best collections of bridal wear at Day 1 of PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2015! Are you ready for the day 2 of PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2015?