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KameezPakistani fashion designers are taking Pakistani women fashion
especially shalwar kamiz (salwar kameez, shalwar kameez) at the next level.
We love to see the changes Pakistani women fashion designers are trying to make
in this centuries old dress to keep it up with modern days demands.
It is the usual everyday dress for both men and women in Pakistan where it may be transliterated into English as shalwar-qamiz.
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Shehzad Raza's birthday/Hosted by Maheen and Saad Ali
Shehzad Raza's birthday/Hosted by Maheen and Saad Ali Saad Ali and Maheen Kardar were the perfect hosts as Shahzad Raza celebrated his birthday at the Royal Palm Golf and Country Club.
Passionate about clothes, Samar Mehdi, a graduate in fashion design from Bristol University, started her own label 10 years ago. This talented young designer caters to the modern Pakistani woman: someone who is independent and has an attitude, but is not scared of flaunting her femininity. Mehdi's silhouettes are simple yet elegant, feminine yet practical. But what sets Mehdi apart from most of her contemporaries is that she keeps her prices affordable. In this interview with Newsline, the designer talks about the fashion scene in Pakistan, her evolution as a designer and her stunning oriental line created for the fashion week that never happened.
Q: Please describe your latest collection.
A: This collection is based on an oriental theme, basically Chinese and Japanese motifs, calligraphy and silhouettes. I had originally designed this collection for Pakistan Fashion Week, but since that never took place, hopefully I'll get to show it on the ramp soon. At least that's part of the plan.READ MORE
When autumn rolls around, many of us have a desire for change. Whether it's drastic or subtle, one thing's for sure -- we want a change for the better. The latest trends for fall and winter 2008-2009 will distinguish a variety of hairstyles and cuts, many of them inspired by celebrities.
Length and Cut
What's different this fall is that short hair is just as trendy as long tresses. Whatever your preferred length, volume is essential. Texturing gives movement. Layered, razor-cut styles allow for wispy, sexy strands. Ends are casually flipped under or over (but not curled) using a blow dryer, paddle brush, and/or flat iron. Uneven, chunky layers look chic on shoulder-length, long and ultra-long hair.READ MORE
Asian bridal dressing tips for 2008-2009
The wedding outfit is one of the most important ensembles a woman will ever wear in her life. It should represent who she is and stand the test of time,'' declares Kamiar Rokni, half of the design team behind Pakistan's popular Karma label. And while Rokni couldn't be more right-after all, those pictures are going to be around for a long time-that's a lot of pressure on just one (but sometimes two or three) ensemble.
Because you don't need any more stress as you plan your wedding, Nirali sought the advice of those who know what it takes to put together a beautiful bridal trousseau-some of the best designers from India and Pakistan.READ MORE
Life Can't Wait is a new campaign by Sunsilk that aims to encourage girls to seize opportunities and live for today. Sunsilk believes that you can get the most out of life when you believe in making things happen, and the brand hopes to inspire girls to live life to the fullest.
Our global advertising campaign ''Life Can't Wait'' aims to encourage young girls around Pakistan to get the most out of life by examining each icon's inspirational story through the lens of their changing looks - a different hair do representing a new chapter in their lives and an aspect of their own self-expression.