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Day 2 of Fashion Pakistan Week featured some of the industry’s most celebrated designers, who brought forth stellar couture and pret collections.

Wardha Saleem

Saleem's regal Zar Gul collection employed her signature traditional techniques of intricate embroideries, gota, dabka and block and screen printing, on palettes of gold and jewel tones. The designer played with contemporary silhouette's, adding in accents of velvet and jamawar into her timeless separates, heavy bridals and semi formals. The show ended with celebrity showstoppers Osman Khalid Butt and Maya Ali walking out to a live performance by Zebunissa Bangash of Zeb and Haniya.

Maheen Karim

Karim's Tempo di Festa collection was a celebration of the vivaciously beautiful, glittering city of Karachi and what a tribute it was! Karim's fabulous showcase consisted of evening wear - structured jumpsuits, draped, fluid dresses and sharp jackets - pushing the envelope, whilst sticking to her signature feminine, dramatic and edgy aesthetic.

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Nida Azwer

Nida Azwer's bridal collection titled Mystical Garden featured modern silhouette's and breathtakingly intricate work on a palette of pastels. The details on the outfits featured 3D whimsical grasshoppers, deer, rabbits, dragonflies, birds and bees, and the silhouette's comprised primarily of dhoti shalwar's, belted separates, culotte trousers and modern jackets, culminating in a a wearable, feminine and downright ethereal collection, perhaps her strongest to date. The show ended with actress Mansha Pasha sashaying down the runway, as the crowd went wild.

Obaid Sheikh

Sheikh's traditional couture collection featured Russian embroidery motifs on a colour palette consisting of deep purples, browns, maroons and gold. The collection was a fusion of Eastern and Western cuts and embellishments, where Sheikh's grasp of the concept of separates proved to be his strong point.


Creative Head Khadijah Shah had the crowd swooning with her FPW debut showcase, a luxury pret collection titled Sauvage. The collection featured bewitching and alluring prints, inspired by nature, both savage and beautiful. The collection featured an array of voluminous skirts, capes, pencil dresses and jackets embellished with animal motifs, coloured stones, and crystals. For the accessories, Elan partnered with Indian jewellery brand Valliyan Jewels by Nitya Arora. As it always does, the night belonged to Elan.

fNK Asia by huma Adnan

Fnk Asia's collection was a modern day ode to the beauty of Tuscany, Italy, oozing the romance and culture associated with the country. Creative Head Huma Adnan's signature ethnic chic aesthetic shone through, all the whilst experimenting with cuts, embellishments and colours.

Deepak Perwani

Perwani's show began with musician Zoe Viccaji serenading the crowd with a live performance, wearing a stunning ivory gown by the designer. Perwani's collection featuring Baroque influences, peppered with winter roses, chantilly lace, organza, and screen prints, all in rich jewel tones. As confetti filled the hall, Wiqar Ali Khan and Sana Bucha surprised the crowd as Perwani's showstoppers.

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