The PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2014 day2 was held on 1st October 2014. This was a platform where almost big fashion designers have showcased their collection. The rising designers of Bank AlFalah have also participated on day 2 of PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal week 2014.
The second day was opened with the beautiful collection by Shamaeel Ansari and Fahad Hussayn that have followed by the Bank Al-Falah rising talented show. After that Zara Shahjahan has taken over the fashion ramp and then Ammara Khan and Ali Xeeshan have stolen the ramp with their stunning collection. The makeup and hairstyling for Day 2 was done by creative team of Nabila’s for women and NGENTS for make models.
Shamaeel Ansari was opened the day 2 of PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal week 2014. Shamaeel Ansari has showcased her beautiful bridal collection. Her stunning collection is consisting of dresses for brides as well as bridesmaid. This collection is titled with “The Wedding”. This collection includes dresses for all wedding functions like myoo, mehndi, barat and valima. All the dresses by Shamaeel Ansari have embellished with embroidery of thread work, tilla, sequence, dabka, zardozi and antique work. She has used shorter cuts to long coat style to design all bridal dresses. Over all the collection is mind blowing and having full of cuts and high ends.
Fahad Hussayn presented a bridal collection titled with “Putlighar”. Fahad Hussayn has featured a wide spectrum of print museum couture editions which have fully embellished with zari work, 3D embellishments, thread work and zardozi. All the dresses are embroidered with 3D cutouts, vintage tones and amalgamation of traditional craft. This collection is inspired by Cholistan and Thatta dolls. App the motifs, colros and palette are awesome and lovely.
The Bank Al-Falah Rising Talent Show has participated and showcased their capsule collection featuring 5 ensembles. Bank Alfalah has showcased the “Virasat Collection” by Akif Mehmood. This collection is consisting of dresses that inspired with an imaginary characters such as Sikhs, Nawabs, Rajputs and Mughals. The second show of Rising talent show of Bank Alfalah was presented by MAHGUL, whose collection is entitled by “A Wild Rose”. This collection is consisting of bridal dresses with modern touch. All the dresses are in net and heavy silk with embellishment of silk and gold threads, feathers and pear work. MAHGUl has also showcased their bridal clutch and footwear collection on this fashion show.
Seher Tareen has followed MAHGUL with her beautiful bridal debut collection titled with “The Empero’s Assassins”. The bridal collection from the Chinese Cult motion picture “Hero”. This collection of women swear featured Chinese motifs such as dragon, cranes and calligraphy embroidery on rich texture of Velvet and luxe fabrics such as net and organza. After Sheer Tareen, Sofia Badar has showcased her “Tilism” collection for brides. This collection was inspired by the wardrobes of Royals of the east and west fusion. All the label used chiffon, organza charmeouse silk and net with embroidery, motifs and cuts. This was a collection mixed up with traditional and modern style dresses. The last show of Bank Alfalah was showcased by Warda Saleem. Warda Saleem has represented her beautiful bridal wear collection titled with Madhbani. This collection is consisting of dresses in unique style of Indian painting, all the dresses have cropped jackets, long net and ensembles based in pure net and Jamawar.
Zara Shahjahan has showcased her beautiful bridal collection titled with “A Folk Tale”. This collection is consisting of widen range of dresses that have embellished with embroidery of naqshi, dabka, sitara, pearls, french knots, resham and mukesh. All the dresses for brides have designed in raw silk, cotton net, tulle and jamawar fabrics. In addition to women wear, some menswear dresses were also showcased by Zara Shahjahan.
Zara Shahjahan is followed by Ammara Khan who has showcased her beautiful collection titled with ‘The Winter Palace”. The collection was inspired by the luxurious and lifestyle of the Russian. She has designed all the bridal dresses with embellishment of embroidery using silver and gold thread work, crystals, semi-precious stones and pearls. The color palette was inspired by the festival colors of the historic winter palace.
The finale of PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2014 day 2 was showcased with the bridal collection by Ali Xeeshan. Ali Xeeshan has titled his collection with “Baghawat”. This collection has inspired by a mix of Ancient Roman Civilization, warriors and ideas of defense. All the dresses were in Shanghai, Velvet, Raw silk, and Jacquard fabrics with color palette of bright shades. All the dresses have adorned with embroidery and motifs. Some of the menswear dresses have also added in this collection by Ali Xeeshan.
Complete pictures of PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2014 day 2 photos
Well, the PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2014 day 2 was a very great event that was full of with glamor, shine and spark. Stay tuned with us for PFDC LOreal Paris Bridal Week 2014 Day 3 pictures soon!!!
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