The magnificent event Pantene Bridal Couture Week held in Karachi on 10th May 2014. This mega event featured 20+ top fashion designers from Pakistan who showcased their bridal dresses. Lounges of different sponsors, media coverage, standees and banners with designer collections, changing images on digital backdrops, flower chandeliers and lightnings has created tantalizing ambiance for the spectators. The enthusiastic audience has witnessed top-tier male and female model on a ramp in flaunting silhouettes.
The 2nd day of Pantene Bridal Couture Week 2014 was on 10th May in Karachi at Expo Pakistan. The second act of day 2 showcased designers as, Power House of Fashion, Yasmin Zaman (Click here for Yasmin Zaman Collection) and Faraz Manan (Click here for Faraz Manan Collection). Yasmin Zaman’ collection was an inspiration from the Mughal Art, it had motifs and patterns derived from that era and were very visual in the attire. There was much of a modern touch to it instead of traditional wedding.
Bright colors like orange and yellow has made outfits different from the regular lot. Although, it had the traditional reds in it, which signified the evolution of dress sense in the sub-continent. Every outfit was treated with aari, zardozi, kamdani, melded with in-house hand-printing to reflect the demands of our traditional and modern demands.
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. 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.
Day 2 at Pantene Bridal Couture week featured Yasmeen Zaman Mughal Art Collection based on the floral and geometrical designs symbolizing the fusion of Central Asian and sub-continental art forms.