These 5 designers have taken the fashion hues to epitome of perfection at L’Oreal PFDC 2019!

This year PFDC collaborated with L’Oreal to bring forth a gigantic platform that would allow spurring talent as well as established niche designers to showcase their jaw drooping tapestries. Atelier collection presented by the finest designers in fashion fraternity, raised the fashion bar high and definitely illustrated new designs in the fashion regime. An extravagant amalgam of chicest trends and vintage looks, the collections made their mark as they were bejeweled with pearls, embellishments, motifs and luxurious attires that resonates with the on-going season!

Here are 5 designers that have portrayed fascinating collections and gone out of the box, keeping the style quotient high!


The third and final day of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2019 early evening bridal segment was opened by a solo show featuring MNR Design Studio with the bridal collection “Chahar Bagh”. The collection roots its origin to the love for Islamic art and architecture. For centuries the concept of chahar bagh or chaar bagh has been a symbol of heaven, visible in various architectural wonders of the Mughal and Islamic origin. The designer conceived the idea of “Chahar Bagh” and brought it to life with four distinct sides to the collection with the elements and silhouettes inspired from the Eastern culture and flora.

Maya Ali and Sheheryar Munawar participated in the designer’s showcase as celebrity showstoppers.

Nickie Nina:

Nickie Nina presented their bridal collection “Gulabkaar” at PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2019, as a tribute to the valiant Kashmiri People. The bridal collection is a conglomeration of cultures that celebrate the regal beauty, dynamic colors with unparalleled grace. Re-imagined with a contemporary twist, delicate gota embroidery and the wasli textures with crystal and mirror work surrounding bright and bold borders, the collection featured rose cut diamantes and gold and silver detailing. For the collection, precious pearls were intertwined amongst floral patterns in karchob, sequins and stones on the traditional chunri prints. The signature vibrant pops of color in gold, silver, crimson, and salmon were featured across the collection.

Hira Mani participated in the designer’s showcase as a celebrity showstopper.


The evening bridal segment for the third and final day of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2019 was opened by a grouped bridal showcase featuring Fahad Hussayn Imaginarium, who presented his bridal collection “Labyagawachi – The Musical”.

This collection is a musical journey into the vast sceneries of nature and the huge construction of intricately weaved beauty in all that exists around us where the voyage between day & night ties in with being found, lost and experienced in an all new dimension of identity. All in efforts to shed light on the process of exploration of the self and the brewing of a constant war between one’s heart, soul and mind. Produced and directed by Fahad Hussayn, the showcase was a combination of multiple art forms

and the labour of his love for art. Hareem Farooq and Aima Baig participated in the designer’s showcase as celebrity showstoppers.


Making her PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2019 debut, Asma Aslam showcased her bridal collection titled “Serene Glam”. Inspired by the beautiful and magical sun kissing the nature and sky at sunrise, the collection combines intricate and bold patterns and hues of early morning fused together to create a balance between modern and traditional elements with elegance. The collection features unique embellishment techniques, gradation of color and classic silhouette with a signature approach. This collection celebrates the true will and essence of life with beauty of its modern appeal and soft hues. It is a perfect balance of delicacy and glamour.

Sara Loren participated in the designer’s showcase as a celebrity showstopper.

Sonia Azher:

She had showcased her couture 2019 collection titled “Timeless Pieces”. The 2019 Couture collection draws inspiration from a woman who is not afraid. She fulfils all aspects of womanhood including vulnerability and embraces it with pride. She looks after herself and those around her and takes joy in celebrating her existence as a gift of God. The collection explores these untapped energies through its materiality, paying homage to the femininity and individuality of modern women.

Mansha Pasha participated in the designer’s showcase as a celebrity showstopper.

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