Thursday, October 20, 2011

KFW introduces Sizzling aroma of fashion | The News Tribe- By: Sanna Nasser Sheikh

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Karachi: The third Karachi Fashion Week running successfully with great splendor. It has been four days opened with Fifth Avenue showing a chic collection of stylish menswear and women’s wear in a variety of designs and basic knitwear that grasps every eye at first glance.
The four day fashion event is organized by Arshad Siddiqui of Excellent Events and Entertainment (EEE) under the Pakistan Fashion Council (PFC) with the support from both the International & National chapter Pakistan of the World Fashion Organization (WFO).

Round about 32 Pakistani and International designers, 70 Pakistani male and female models are participating in the four day fashion week.

According to the organizer of the event “There are 55 models are participated in this fashion show and most of them are walking on the ramp first time. It’s a good platform for introducing new faces and new talent in our fashion industry. The show being seen live in 18 countries.

The chic collection of designers has been captured a freedom of fashion. The most prominent figures are Aamir Baig who showed a chic collection of knee-length dresses of sheer fabric and minimal embellishments to the tune of the latest hit Lollywood track, Chhamak  Challo.

Waseem Noor fresh back from showing at Pakistan Fashion Week, the UK, showed a stunning collection of blend wear in strong, bold colors and a sharp sense of delicate persona style.

Sharifah Kirana-Ghazali who has been introduces bridal wear in ivory mostly with embellishments and painted face silhouettes along with expertly crafted dresses. The concept was motivated by her home country Malaysia’s legend of Tun Teja of Malacca considered as the most gorgeous woman of her time.

Jazib Qamar opens a new horizon in menswear got a resounding round of applause as his menswear with its skillfully crafted low crotch pants to jackets that complimented the male physique with high elegance.

Finally, Trevor Castelino’s take on western wear with a line strongly inspired by salsa along with a few bridal wear closed the show with a somewhat extended segment in which in black line stood out as the strongest in the entire collection.

At international level this fashion show boosts a lot for foreign buyers. It is considered the backbone of any fashion week and KFW boasted quite a few of them with budding buyers coming from Australia, Ireland, Spain, the Netherlands, the UK and more.

The choreography on the first day of the Karachi Fashion Week was done by Imran Kureishi, hair and make-up by Aliya Tipu and Tariq Amin as the consultant.

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