The Fashion Pakistan Week is one of the leading platforms for Pakistani fashion designers to showcase their creative work. Each year this event takes place, this year it was held on 22nd November at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture.
The designer Adnan Pardesy’s showcases his latest collection “Labyrinth” on 26th November, 2014 at Fashion Pakistan Week.
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, Greek temple landscape imagery, African tribal motifs, stencil technique tattoos, contemporary art with abstract imagery and Islamic pattern compositions.
“Labyrinth” featured well-structured tapered jackets, simple clean lines, graphic details, intricate hand embroidery with fabric manipulation and labyrinthine fabric twists and drapes. The collection is based on luxe fabrics including silks, crepes, chiffons, charmeuse silk and net.
The accessories used for the show are made in-house, with jewelry and headgears inspired from different shapes like Origami shaped structure and has pearls and other semi-precious stones. Footwear for the brand showcase will be provided by Nine West.
Going forward the brand also plans to launch a diffusion line range from within the Labyrinth collection, which will allow patrons of the brand the opportunity to wear a more practical version of the collection seen on the runway, materializing the concept of “From Ramp to Racks”.
Backstage and event management was done by Production 021; the official event partner was the HUM TV network. The official photographer for the event was the wonderful Tapu Javeri, and makeup and styling was done by Maybelline Make-up Expert Raana Khan.
The PR for the event was managed by Lahore-based Latitude CRS.
Adnan Pardesy featured his latest monochromatic â€˜Labyrinthâ€™ collection at Fashion Pakistan Week 2014.