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Karachi Fashion Week gets good response
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Oct '11
Karachi Fashion Week, held in the southern Pakistani port city of Karachi, received good response from international buyers.

The four-day fashion event, which ended on Sunday, saw participation of at least 32 Pakistani and International designers, besides around 70 Pakistani male and female models.

New fashion designers as well as local and international brands unveiled their latest collections at the event. A group of students from Iqra University, Islamabad also took part in the show and displayed some of their creations. Besides outfits, they designed gowns and cocktails.

Anny Wear, Samar Mehdi, Fifth Avenue and Arslan & Yasir were among those who showcased their creations. While most of the Anny Wear line was western, Sara Mehdi's collection entitled 'purple rain' had cocktail and other dresses.

The spring summer collection of Fifth Avenue designed by Aamir Anees and Ali consisted of a wide range of men's and women's wear. Their focus was on jackets and jeans with strips and belts in matching and contrast colours.

Arslan Iqbal and Yasir Jawed, under their banner Arslan & Yasir, presented formal dresses that highlighted two-piece suits with contemporary improvisation. However, sherwani-styled dresses and coats made with shinning fabric having frill designs drew large attention of audience.

These and other creations received huge response from buyers.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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