Glamorous Showcases of Fashion Pakistan Week 2021
FPW 2021 returns to the runway with another round of glamorous fashion statement and style. As the coronavirus outbreak had a very effective impact on all the businesses around the world. It also kept the fashion world in isolation. But in 2021 the situation is back to normal by following all the Sops. Fashion Pakistan Week also brings back a new fashion show by showcasing tremendous formal and bridal couture. Fashion Pakistan Week (FPW) Spring/Summer 2021, held at “The Secret Garden” amidst lush green foliage over the weekend. In addition, Alkaram Studio put on a red carpet to welcome celebrities, fashion-savvy crowd, designers, and media members. A live band by saxophonist Lenny Massey, Selwyn Fernandes, Josh Dias, and Arnold Andrews made the event more magical.
Fashion Pakistan Week summed up the tremendous showcases with formal and bridal couture. In spite of all the odds, all the 14 designers sent their collections down the ramp. Thus, some of which made our heads turn and others left us wondering. Let’s have a look at the collections of two days of FPW 2021.
FPW 2021 – DAY 1
On day 1 of FPW 2021, a total of six designers presented spectacular dresses. Starting with Uzma Babar’s festive yet contemporary collection which was then followed suit by glistening showcases from Kalah by Mubashira from the serene waters and scenic sights of a whimsical water body. Sadaf Malaterre sent a mix of universal and classic ensembles whereas Aleena and Fareena showcased a jeweled tone colour palette that brightened up the runway. Furthermore, Tabassum Mughal presented fine fabrics including pure silk, chiffon, velvet, and net in mesmerizing hues while Sundas Talpur picked up her best hand-sculpted jewelry collection to showcase in FPW 2021 Day 1.
Umsha by Uzma Babar – Silhouette
Kalah by Mubashra – The Lotus Pond
Sadaf Malaterre – The Flow
Aleena and Fareena – Karachi by Night
Tabassum Mughal – Eclectic Regalia
Sundus Talpur – Hand-sculpted Jewellery
FPW 2021 – DAY 2
FPW 2021 Day 2 was all about some mesmerizing bridal couture. Day 2 ramp began with an exquisitely-crafted collection “Surriya” from Shamsha Hashwani, which was then followed by beguiling showcases from Maheen Khan that explored the rich fabric in a kaleidoscope of monochromatic colours. Zaaviay by Fatima Hassan presented ‘Zehnaseeb,’ which was inspired by a tale of an eastern bride as she enters into a new chapter of her life and Sana Abbas showcased bridal dresses with festive reds and jewel tones along with pastels. Moreover, Hassan riaz played with the mix of red and green with imaginative fantasy of a desert’s enchanting rosettes orchards while “Colour me delphi” from Nida Tapal was a magnificent collection of color blending techniques and hand-woven crochet. Take a look at the collections here:
Shamsha Hashwani – Surriya
Maheen Khan – Amnesia
Zaaviay by Fatima Hassan – Zehnaseeb
Sana Abbas – Gulnaz
Gogi by Hassan Riaz – Desert Rosette ‘The Fauna’s Imaginative Orchard’
Delphi by Nida Tapal – Colour Me Delphi