FPW Day 3 Brings Shimmering Bridals From Sadaf Fawad Khan, Shiza Hassan, Deepak Perwani Ayesha Ibrahim and Zainab ChottaniFPW Day 3 Brings Shimmering Bridals From Sadaf Fawad Khan, Shiza Hassan, Deepak Perwani Ayesha Ibrahim and Zainab Chottani

The third and last day of FPW featured a line of designers who exhibited their impressive formal and bridles, the perfect style for the upcoming holiday season. Each show brought its own unique charm, either praising the independent woman or reflecting on the charm of the old school. From Zainab Chottani with her vintage pieces to Shiza Hassan telling magical tales through her designs. From Sadaf Fawad Khan with all its color tones to Ayesha Ibrahim, which brings luxury and elegance. And finally, Deepak Perwani closes the show with its timeless and colorful formal and bridals that never stop leaving everyone with starry eyes. In short, the last day of FPW was one to remember. Scroll down to see more…

Sadaf Fawad Khan

Sadaf Fawad Khan’s boyfriends have always been known to pay attention to even the most detailed details. This new collection, Adam and Eve, was about celebrating the new color trend of couples coordinating their looks for their special day. Naturally, the designer took out all the colors and all the trends, as well as all kinds of ornaments, since each piece looked perfectly combined. From soft shades of color to bold and sophisticated, Adam and Eve By SFK captivated everyone…

Shiza Hassan

In this collection, Shiza Hassan decided to play with different tones and tones in each piece. It was even more avant-garde to play with various trends as well, from flyers to bells. Each piece was completed with stunning 3D floral embroidery and delicate threads that shone on the ramp. From lehenga choli’s to skillfully crafted men’s clothing, there was something for everyone with Shiza Hassan…

 

Deepak Perwani

Inspired by Shalimar, the Deepak Perwani collection was based on the idea of the traditional old world mixed with a modern twist. It was about showing the emotion that one feels when one falls in love, while roses were thrown and there were classical dances of traditional music. The characteristic bridals of Deepak Perwani kept their touch, with subtle tones and intricate ornaments that made the statement they always make. From elegant and classic Sherwani to elegant brides, Shalimar from Deepak Perwani closed the show with a high note! Sarah Khan and Wahaj Khan were their best shows.

Ayesha Ibrahim

Ayesha Ibrahim has always defended the creation of pieces that contain luxury, elegance and beauty. Each set that made its way through the ramp contained careful details that helped redefine royalty and elegance. Inspired by the Mughal era, Ayesha Ibrahim’s collection, Ishq E Raag, was about celebrating the charm of the old school and incorporating modern trends. In short, it contained masterful techniques, subtle and strong tones and sketched embroideries that were beautiful…

Zainab Chottani

What Zainab has always done as a designer is vintage designs combined and combined with contemporary trends. This collection, Khwahish, which made its way into the ramp housed a diversity of looks, from classic bridals and sherwani red and ivory to formal pieces complete with drop work and color blocking. Inspired by the designers’ admiration for real vintage designs, this collection started the show with an incredible note! Mawra Hocane and Fahad Mustafa were the best…