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Moroccan art & architecture inspire PFDC SFW designer
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Apr '14
The just concluded seventh edition of Pakistani fashion and textile extravaganza PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week (PFDC SFW) featured creations from the country’s leading and upcoming names.
 
High-street fashion label MK Nation by Karma featured its Spring/Summer 2014 collection titled ‘Style Squad’ on the opening day of the event. Replete with retro-mod elements, the line included skull-printed one shouldered tops, floor-grazing halter neck gowns and short bodycon numbers. 
 
Famous textile house ChenOne showcased a range, named ‘The Darling Buds’, created by the Pareesa High Street by Sahar Atif label. Inspired from the spring season, the line was made from contemporary fabrics like chiffon. Incorporated with floral prints and modern flowing silhouettes, the minimally embellished line was based in pastel shades of ivory, pink, marigold and blue.
 
Designer Hina Butt stayed true to her signature youthful chic designs, inspired from the Sufi mystic city of Multan’s heritage and its trademark blue and white pottery. Titled as ‘Rukn-e-Alam: Pillars of the World’, the range was made using chiffon, raw silk and organza. Enhanced with embroidery, embellishments, patchwork, cutwork and digital prints, the pieces included voluminous and straight gowns in varied lengths as well as tapered pants.
 
Affordable label Generation made its PFDC SFW catwalk debut on the third day with a line named as Water on Ajrak. The ajrak pattern adorned collection was crafted from flowing materials like organza, net, voile and crepe.
 
Young designer Roodaba Omar displayed a line titled Tehzib at the four-day-long fashion do. Influenced by the exceptional colour schemes of Moroccan art and architecture, Islamic verses and buildings, the designer infused calligraphy details in the chiffon and silk made catwalk pieces.
 

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