Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi designers rub shoulders on one platform

What began as a lavish dinner hosted by veteran actress and model Zeenat Aman, which was prepared by chef Mujeebur Rahman, on Saturday for the press and prominent members of the media fraternity, concluded with an exciting fashion presentation by Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi designers on Tuesday.

Persone Asifa, Emmad Irfani, Rashid Ikhlaq, Faisal Ishtiaq Ahmed, Resham, Amna Ali, Salman Haye, Bibi Russell, Aisha Imran, Ahmed Bilal Next, Mujeebur Rahman
Luoghi Lahore, Saris
Organizzazioni Film and TV, Fédération International d'Astronautique, SKY
Argomenti moda, spettacolo, internet, eventi televisivi

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Shaan-e-Pakistan meaning Pakistani's glory stayed true to its title, bringing together artists, designers, actors and singers from both the countries on a single platform.

With the second instalment of this grand venture, Lahore saw three packed days of festivity, culture display and fashion presentations. What began as a lavish dinner hosted by veteran actress and model Zeenat Aman, which was prepared by chef Mujeebur Rahman, on Saturday for the press and prominent members of the media fraternity, concluded with an exciting fashion presentation by Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi designers on Tuesday. In between, there was a musical evening, titled Ek Shaam Dosti Ke Naam and an exhibition featuring the best of fashion, art and home accessories from both countries.

Source: wedding gowns

Despite minor glitches that included a delay in the events to begin on a timely fashion, Shaan-e-Pakistan managed to achieve what it aimed for - unity. Here are some highlights from the night that showed the works of 18 designers, that included Ahmed Bilal, Aisha Imran, Barae Khanom, Bibi Russell, Braahtii by Huma Nassr, Cara Collection, Jyoti Sachdev Iyer, Rung Ja, Salman Haye, Waseem Noor, Republic Women's Wear, Hammadur Rehman, Studio by AV, Style D' Elegance, Elisha Wadhwani, FIA, Zubia Motiwala and Asifa & Nabeel. Shaane-e-Pakistan has dedicated communications partners in Lotus Public Relations. VJ and actress Anoushey Ashraf hosted the event. Some of the show's highlights are as follows.

Braahtii By Huma Nassr

Tuesday evening began with an enthralling kathak dance performance by Amna Ali, followed by Huma Nassr's couture collection display. Yesteryears' raving beauty Zeenat Aman showstopped for the designer, clad in a beige net gown with a pink, green and gold heavily embroidered drape. The crowd went berserk on seeing the Bollywood star on ramp.

Ahmed Bilal

Next up was Ahmed Bilal's stunning couture collection. The bridal wear exuded a very traditional look with a lavishness in Bilal' approach. Each outfit was well-crafted with a distinctness and appeal to the bridal wear. Chain necklaces and heavy-set jewellery to go with Bilal's exquisite couture creations, added regality to the outfits. Film and TV star Resham showstopped for the designer wearing a beautiful red and gold bridal.

Faisal Ishtiaq Ahmed

Faisal Ishtiaq Ahmed displayed interesting beige maxis and sleeveless red cholis, paired with lehngas. Sky blue net and cotton kaftans were some of the highlights of the collection.

Jyoti Sachdev Iyer

Bangalore-based Jyoti Sachdev Iyer wowed the audience with her beautiful and intricate spring/summer formal wear collection. Stunning white cotton gowns with gold borders stood out in her collection.

Chic

Chic by Rashid Ikhlaq was up next with their menswear collection. Consisting of short coats, jackets and waist coats paired with formal suiting, Rashid Ikhlaq aimed to dress a man up with perfection. Floral jackets and grey suits were the highlights of his collection. Top model Emmad Irfani showstopped for the designer.

Asifa & Nabeel

Pakistani designer duo Asifa and Nabeel were next up with their bridal collection. Their collection looked toned down several notches as compared to those that others showed, for their simplicity, minimalism and subtle shades. What stood out about the designer duo's collection was the fact that it did not aim to pay tribute to Indian couture given the platform. They stayed true to their signature style of creating simple, decent and neat creations. To put it simply, their collection stood out for its uniqueness. Saris, kaftans, shalwar kameez and palazzo pants with embroidered sleeves were some of the highlights of their collection. The colour palette was mostly beige, pink, subtle blue, black and gold.

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Hammadur Rehman

Hammadur Rehman's collection was set in a blue colour palette mainly, with lovely knee-length shirts consisting of heavy embroidery. The young designer has debuted on the ramp with Shaan-e-Pakistan.

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