Hello Fashionable Ladies and gentlemen, hope you all are doing great. I apologize for posting after a very long time, but hey I had heaps of super important things to do in my actual non-plastic life. Wait a second, my love for fashion continues… This time I asked my friend Sarosh Azam to join WTFbyBatur as a correspondent and she agreed. She was there covering all four days of PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2015. Sarosh and myself discussed the top ten collections, but we decided to narrow it down to Top Five collections. I am more than happy to share her vision with you guys only on WTFbyBatur. Kindly, scroll down. Xx
1st: Sana Safinaz
Sana Safinaz collection caught my fancy when they completely revitalized my fashion senses with the use of eye popping colors combined with bold geometric patterns, playful glamour of negatives and positives, beautiful draped dresses that can easy blend high fashion in your everyday wear look. It was truly depicting playful glamour. Sana Safinaz showcased at the PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2015 day 4. The talented designers brought a vibrant color statement to the ramp combining the bright energies of the colours and controlled volumes in silhouettes. We were completely smitten by the collection, take a look.
- Key features: Geometric patterns – Flawless Draping – Solid bold blocks of colours
A whole new world! Hats off to the whole team for using pure Pakistani organic cotton and recycled cotton sack bags. Team Shubinak successfully showcased their voile collection at the PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week Day 3. Unlike all the brands that showcased their collection at Day 3, Shubinak was through and through coherent and true to the brand promise, just like their giveaways. They were organic, Pakistani and original; completely in line with the brand vision and the carefully selected hues from natural earthy tones, perfectly complimented the aesthetics of the brand. Shubinak took casual classic to a whole new level.
- Key Features: Casual – Organic – Colour pallet
3rd: Saira Shakira
Saira Shakira showcased their collection Eclectic Retro’ at PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2015 Day 2. We’ve all seen the swift rise and evolution of the designer duo to this day when their collection brought a breather and a fresh wave to the day. We loved the delicate Retro delicate prints by the brand; true to their aesthetics they brought contemporary chic to the ramp with especially the use of fringes. The silhouettes were wearable, looked hassle free yet very stylish and the best thing about their collection was the variation in the silhouette, there was something for everyone!
- Key features: Fringes – Retro prints
That gharara dress!! Ideally that should be enough for anyone to understand why it was a pure delight to see Generation at PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2015 Day 2. The collection was true to the brand essence; off beat design aesthetics, literally ready to wear yet experimental. We’re drooling over the zebra stripped cut out inserts in the tights. While everyone decided to play it safe with the floral prints the design team at generation decided to go ahead with animal prints in the most unusual way. The contemporary collection by Generation beautifully unfolds the traditional story, making it just the perfect combo to fit in your everyday style statement.
- Key Features: Animal prints – Contemporary yet Traditional
5th: Nida Azwer
We saw the rise of color blue this year’s PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week. Nida Azwer’s collection Iznik literally took our breath away with the fragile cutwork and embroideries. The most unique feature from the talented designer was the immaculate detailing and layering: structured jackets, flowy drapes and controlled volumes complimenting each other bringing a completely delicate feel to the whole collection. Bonus points for playing with fabric and embellished textures, ready to wear was at its finest. It was just beeee youuu teee ful!!! #nuffsaid.
- Key Features: Layering -Fabric creation
We have more Favourites including Fahad Hussayn, Zonia Anwaar, Beech Tree, Republic by Omer Farooq and many more from this Fashion Week coming soon on Instagram and Twitter, FOLLOW us on: @baturbaturs
Author: Sarosh Azam