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Young and seasoned Pakistani designers cap-off PSFW
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Apr '13
A talented mix of young and seasoned Pakistani designers with their exotic innovative collections wrapped up the final day of PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week (PSFW) in Lahore.
 
Designer Faiza Samee took inspiration from the Central Asian landscapes for her current line which included a range of short and mid-length tunics accentuated with a melange of stripes, polka dots and geometric prints.
 
Fashion talent Maheen Karim celebrated the fun filled summers with her luxury resort wear collection featuring flirty silhouettes and a delightfully balanced mix and match of fabrics. The line showcased embroidered shirts, long brocade coats, summery kaftans and multi-aqua hued dresses.
 
Ali Xeeshan created a theatrical environment while presenting his Jalsa-i-Ishq range at the event. Infused with western and eastern sensibilities, the outfits were based on monochromes and some contrasting features. 
 
Pakistani designers like Khaadi Khaas, Muse, Wardha Saleem and Hassan Sheheryar Yasin also showcased their latest ensembles on the fourth and last day of the event.
 

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