Fahad Hussayn Collection PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2014

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Fahad Hussayn’s PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2014 collection is titled “Putlighar”.A visual comment on socio-political anthropology, hierarchies and the rise and fall of love lost to war, Fahad Hussayn’s bridal collection features a wide spectrum of print museum couture editions hand embroidered with 3D cutouts, vintage tones and amalgamation of traditional craft with new age techniques and cuts to make beautiful, timeless and elegant pieces. Traditional zari work, 3D embellishment, threadwork and vintage tone of tilla on printed bases have been used. With a colour palette inspired by Cholistan and Thatta dolls, it depicts the royalty ruins and leftovers throughout the region. This collection also portrays a bit of Cholistan, offers some glimpses into colonialism and the Ranjit Singh era which comes with the signature Fahad Hussayn trousseau and bridal looks for both men and women with a perfect blend of aristocratic grandeur and avant-garde glamour.

Born in the industrial city of Faisalabad, Fahad Hussayn graduated from Beaconhouse National University in Lahore with a degree in Textile Design. He showcased his ‘Laaj Nagar’ collection at PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2012, which was inspired by the fantastical city of ethereal beauty and love, driven from the greatest love stories known to literature and story-telling. Fahad Hussayn is adept in bridal couture clothing, formal and evening wear designs celebrate tradition and intricacy meshed with modern sensibilities. In 2007, he opened his atelier and is now successfully stocking his collections in stores across the country and internationally, in India and Dubai. Fahad Hussayn has been nominated twice at the Lux Style Awards in 2008 and in 2009 in the Emerging Talent and Menswear Designer categories, respectively. Indeed, Fahad Hussayn’s couture looks to provide its clients with high end fashion and trousseau clothing; pure grandeur blended with the right amount of edge being their key design philosophy.