Adnan Pardesy talks about ‘Labyrnith’ Collection at FPW 2014

Adnan Pardesy is known for his imaginative designs and stylish cuts, his collection remarkably rocked the fashion endeavors in up-to-the-minute fashion planet. He has earned enormous popularity in just a short span of time and each year he brings on floor the most astounding collection in casual and luxurious party wears.

Adnan is a graduate of the Asian Institute of Fashion Design. The designer introduced his first designer label in 2007. Adnan Pardesy has a very strong textile manufacturing background. Adnan Pardesy defines his design philosophy as minimalism with structured and architectural designs.

In such a short period of his career Adnan has made an impact on both international and the local market. Adnan Pardesy has exhibited his exclusive collections at different promoting platforms. Since his debut appearance at PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2011, Ogaan Delhi in 2010 and Karachi Fashion Week in 2008.

Recently, Adnan Pardesy showcased his elite bridal collection at Fashion Pakistan Week 2014 on Day 2. The designer presented the fusion of modern and contemporary bridal range in the second last show. Adnan Pardesy collection “labyrnith” truly based on luxe fabrics including silks, crepes, chiffons, charmeuse silk and net was a fusion highly appreciated.

The FPW 14 collection unveiled out in main product lines of bridal wear, casual wear and party wear along with the western dresses design.

1. What’s the collection name and what it signifies?

Our collection is called Labyrinth, which means an intricate combination of paths and passages in which it is difficult to find ones way or to reach an exit.

2. What is your inspiration for this collection?

The collection is a display of weaving techniques dominated by monochromatic whites, Ivories and blacks. For “Labyrinth”, Adnan Pardesy took inspiration from psychedelic Patterns and weaves along with Japanese weave structures, Chinese floral patterns, Forest abstracts, Kalamkaari, Japanese Geisha, and Greek temple landscape imagery African tribal motifs, stencil technique tattoos, contemporary art with abstract imagery and Islamic pattern compositions.

3. In your collection which fabrics did you use?

The collection is based on luxe fabrics including silks, crepes, chiffons, charmeuse silk and net.

4. What kind of silhouettes and details Labyrinth has?

Well-structured tapered jackets, simple clean lines, graphic details, intricate hand embroidery with fabric manipulation and labyrinthine fabric twists and drapes.

5. What kind of challenges have you faced making this collection?

It’s been very challenging to achieve this collection technically. There has been so many techniques we have used that had to be taught to the stitchers and embroiders in order to achieve the right technique as well as the look and most importantly get the finish.

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I have had to literally spend most of my time in the last couple of months with the artisans as well as the design team to get it right. It’s such a simple collection in the end that mistakes, minor errors are unacceptable.

6. How does this collection reflect the growth of your brand?

I have shown embroidery for the first time on the FW ramp and it’s pretty unusual in terms of technique as well the look and I am very excited about. I think as a brand we feel it’s a brand new feel to our product something we had set out to do and had been working at it for a while and now that we feel relatively happy will be out there for people to see.

7. How long did it take to create Labyrinth?

It took 3 months to from research to fully executed collection.

8. Describe your signature style?

I define our design philosophy as minimalistic and employing structure and architecture as the inspiration for our designs.

9. Your opinion about fashion Pakistan week

We are pleased to be a part of FPW since its beginning, and it is very heartening to see that designers are provided such a platform to showcase their talent. With an emerging market such as Pakistan’s, fashion platforms such as FPW play a significant role in building the economy of our country.

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The Pakistani fashion industry is growing exponentially each year, within and outside of Pakistan. The demand for couture and pret is increasing each day and it is all because of the opportunities like these. Also the credit has to be shared with the press for strong media coverage of the designers and the rising trend of multi-label stores both locally and internationally

10. Where can we buy your ready to wear line?

Currently we are only doing made to order but our ready to wear line is to be launched soon for which we will announce date and location later.

Adnan Pardesy is a well known fashion designer with eye catchy collection 'Labyrnith' greatly admired by the fashion seekers at FPW 2014.

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