Pantene Bridal Couture is conducted twice a year. This year this mega event held in Karachi, then later in Lahore on 9 to 11 May 2014 more then 20+ top fashion designer from Pakistan showcased their bridal dresses. Audience will be also witness top-tied male and female model on a ramp. It was organized by Style 360 and all the latest Bridal Couture Week. A lot of designers participating in Pantene Bridal Couture 2014, Karachi.
Kuki Concept was followed by Tena Durrani’s Camellia Progressive Collection. Tena Durrani’s collection for PBCW, incorporated silk, net, brocade, organza and velvet, with Wedgewood blues, watermelon, garnets and fucias all woven in meticulously, seeking to bring Durrani’s vision to life. This time her Spring/Summer 2014 collection focused on our traditional weddings, reflecting grand, larger than life wedding dresses and presented a collection to give brides a dream to cherish.
The attires in the segment were presented in silks, nets, brocade, organza and velvet, which were seen in hues of Wedgewood blues, watermelon, garnets and fuchsias. The outfits were mostly done in pastel tones, infused with subtle elements of comparatively darker tones.
The peach outfit was the show’s limelight which was delicately done and everything was woven in carefully. The entire capsule brings Durrani’s vision to life showing a tinge of machine embroidery and embellishments in the collection. The show was produced by the in-house team of HUM Network, choreographed by the designer and choreographer extraordinaire HSY. The make-up and styling was done by Saba Ansari and her team at Sabs.
The event is powered by Telenor, its radio partner is FM106.2, and food partner BURGER KING and fragrance partner is Junaid Jamshed J. PBCW is refreshed by Diet PEPSI. Faisal Farooqui and his team at Dragonfly along with in-house photographers Ahsan Qureshy and Haris Usmani are engaged for all official photography of the event. The PR of the event is being handled by the PR department of HUM Network Ltd and Xenith PR.
Don’t Forget to cheak out Bridal Couture Week.
Tena Durraniâ€™s Pantene Bridal Couture weekâ€™s collection was named as â€œCamellia Progressive Collectionâ€ as itâ€™s an extension to her Camellia collection.