Take a bow Kamiar Rokni, Rehan Bashir and Tia Noon because this was the most magnificent collection one has ever seen. Every piece was a 21-gun salute to heritage and one could hear drumrolls whenever a model walked out. This collection unabashedly flirted with colour, made unapologetic commitments to tradition and basically just stood on the rooftops and shouted declarations of love! One would happily get married in each and every piece of this kaleidoscope of a collection.
I loved: basically everything but most of all the use of colour in relation with Pakistan’s indigenous craft. This is what fashion week is all about!
I’m not so haute on: again, the déjà vu of silhouettes. The colours were bedazzling but they didn’t blind one to the fact that the designers did not introduce any new silhouettes. But then again, this was a tribute to the past and not the future. Source: somethinghaute