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PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week Review

Nomi Ansari

The classic farshi gharara made some beautiful appearances and one also noticed the use of two dupattas, one over the head and the other, draped casually around the arm.

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Zara Shahjahan
On a completely different tangent from Nomi, Zara Shahjahan’s ‘Mehrunnissa’ emulated old world elegance in the gentlest of hues.

Zara Shahjahan  On a completely different tangent from Nomi, Zara Shahjahan’s ‘Mehrunnissa’ emulated old world elegance in the gentlest of hues.
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Sonia Azhar

There were fashion faux pas galore: unappealing floral prints, flounces, frills, lace and a gown fashioned into a mermaid shape.

Sonia Azhar There were fashion faux pas galore: unappealing floral prints, flounces, frills, lace and a gown fashioned into a mermaid shape.
Sonia Azhar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Republic by Omar Farooq

In the sparse realm of menswear, Omar Farooq was the only designer to showcase an entire collection dedicated to men.

Republic by Omar Farooq In the sparse realm of menswear, Omar Farooq was the only designer to showcase an entire collection dedicated to men.
Republic by Omar Farooq

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Muse

Muse laid focus on trousseau rather than full-on bridals and sifted through a palette of coral, crimson, peach and royal blue.

Muse
Muse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ali Xeeshan


The clothes did all the talking in Ali Xeeshan’s line-up titled ‘Khamoshi’…and they were happily shouting from rooftops, singing songs, chanting magic.

Ali Xeeshan
Ali Xeeshan
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