In attendance at the lunch was the official stylist for Lala Textiles Shahzad Raza and the brand ambassador for Lala Textiles, the multi-faceted Iman Ali. Also in attendance were designers, media personalities, models and socialites alike, including: designers Aamna Aqeel, Adnan Pardesy, Deepak Perwani, Maheen Karim, Maheen Khan, Mahin Hussain, Nauman Arfeen, Nomi Ansari, Obaid Sheikh, Sanam Chaudhri, Wardha Saleem, Umar Sayeed, Mohsin Sayeed and Tapu Javeri along with model Ayyaan, entrepenuer Asad Tareen, Chairman of Jafferjees Arshad Ali, Chief Executive Imtiaz Quettawala, COO Ines Chabbi of Pakistan German Business Forum and Hon. Consul General of The Republic of Botswana in Pakistan Muhammad Faruq Ghani.
Making their Fashion Pakistan Week debut this season, Lala Textiles will bring to the runway on February 19th 2014, an eclectic mix of fashion, combining the ethnic and vibrant lawn prints of Lala Textiles with the young pret wear aesthetic of Wardha Saleem, for a more contemporary outlook.
Indeed, having started in Pakistan in 1947, the Lala Textiles brand has today grown to encompass seven diverse retail brands providing accessible summer; midsummer and winter fabric ranges. Today, with their multiple decades of seasoned experience, the Lala brand continues to provide quality material through custom prints throughout the year and has expanded exponentially within Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, the Middle East and the UK. The brand is best known for their seasoned experience in manufactured, producing and retailing quality textile with a commitment to principled trade.
One of Pakistanâ€™s leading textiles brand, Lala Textiles headed by CEO Pervez Lala and Director Lala Textiles Danish Lala, hosted a lunch in association with the Fashion Pakistan Council, to celebrate the start of Fashion Pakistan Week 6 at CafÃ© Aylanto