Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Another Fashion Week "Fashion Pakistan Week 2010" Kicks Off


Another Fashion Pakistan Week 2010 (FPW 2010) got underway in Karachi on Monday.
Pakistani models sashayed down catwalks, flaunting the latest creations by Pakistani designers during the first day of Fashion Pakistan week 2010 preceded by an opulent opening ceremony. The designs on day one showed an aesthetic that’s all over the map, from modest to revealing and even cartoonish, said HuffPost.
The Fashion Week is scheduled to feature 52 designers – 49 of them from Pakistan and one each from Malaysia, Sri Lanka and the United Arab Emirates – in a follow-up to a first event held in Karachi last November.
Some of the Pakistani fashion designers whose designs were presented on the first day were: Sana Safinaz, Shakeel Saigal, Rabia, Zaheer Abbas, Monia Faruqi, Shahla Rehman, Alize Shah.

6 comments:

What to legalize liquor...... why is it a concern for Dawn news Is it not Pakistani Newspaper?
Why you are propagating this notion on our newspaper. Liquor is haram as it is....
As far as India is concerned they know better they are already tasting the consequences of free liquor market in india ... so dont plz try to pollute Pakistani communities ...
we are different and we have different values ....DONT EVEN THINK ABOUT IT...... i know they will try to pollute Homosexuality as a normal condition in Pakistani and muslim communities......s they will try to legalize alcohol also...

You can do whatever u want in India
but plz do not try to infiltrate your thoughts on TO US in education , sociallly and market buissness wise also....

one more thing do not try to even bring our girls on shaitani ramps...... and make them do cat walks... again u can do whatever you want in India .... but do not try to overpower our culture and our faith....

go and see the movie fashion it speaks byitself.... why y want our girls to go through it...

@ Asra Mazharuddin...couldn't have said it better myself!!!

Omar Shab....Really love you[Nd yooo......M straight] :)

as for the fashion show, all power to them....its good that they are able to do this in spite of the security situation, it plays its part in changing the mindsets of pakistanis, something which is sorely needed....

@Ahmad Sultan
In today's era of entertainment and internet revolution where world is becoming a global village and the edges of cultural difference fast blurring, Sir Zaid Hamid(Bal Thakrey in case of India) and his great warriors are fighting a losing Battle.

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