Day 2 PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week

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Hi My Dear Makeupoholics ,

As promised , here i am with Day 2 pics and updates of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week .As many of you already know that i was invited as a media representative for the coverage of  all four days of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week . I am really thankful to L’Oréal Paris and Lotus Client Management & Public Relations for giving me this great honor. I am so grateful to them for their kind hospitality.

So beauties here i am with the inside news and updates of the event. By the end of the four days , i will have a special post as some " Gossips all around " the one you all were asking for ;)


Day 2 PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week



So , are you Still wondering what has the PFDC L'Oreal Paris Bridal Week got for you?

Through this Bridal Week PFDC & L’Oréal Paris endeavour to define and present contemporary and traditional Pakistani Bridal fashion, jewellery and make-up trends with bridal week, fusing to create the ‘look’ for the bridal season - Because you're worth it!


The PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week is being produced by Catwalk Productions, with event coordination by R-Team, set design by Hamza Tarar, official photography by DragonFly and public relations by Lotus. The Black Carpet for PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week is sponsored by Damas.




Fashion Show: Fahad Hussayn




Day 2 of the PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week was opened by Fahad Hussayn with his collection entitled ‘Raat Raakh’ which was inspired by an epic tale of a night traveller, a bride, who has lost love and is seeking another. Through this collection, Fahad Hussayn endeavoured to materialise the story of her journey and of all those who come between this world and her’s with his signature edgy grandeur and intricate couture detailing. A tribute to the beauty of the night with multi-cultural influences, Fahad Hussayn introduced his interpretations of the Christian bride, a Parsi bride, the friends who surround the bride, a Nawab, a Muslim bride and her family. Using a variety of fabrics for ‘Raat Raakh’ such as cotton, cotton nets, pure Mughal jamavar, chiffon, velvet, suede, faux fur and silks with sleek cuts and straight lines with volume and drapes, the embellishments used were resham, zardozi, crystal work and appliqué. The collection was predominantly black, but also highlighted shades of night fall.

Speaking about Bridal Week Fahad Hussayn said, “PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week is a really exciting blend. PFDC has proven to be consistent and is striving towards excellence, the shows are organised in a very industrial manner, taking fashion and the business of fashion to where it belongs.”









My Thoughts : )

I just love this collection .  Ramp music was awesome and very well choreographed and the Collection was super stunning . The show stopper dresses were my most favorite.





Jewellery Show: GOLD by Reama Malik




Following Fahad Hussayn’s bridal showcase was a jewellery collection; GOLD by Reama Malik. Entitled ‘The Mehr Collection', Reama Malik debut jewellery show was named after her daughter Mehreen, and was inspired by the concept of timelessness and what it means in the world today. Featuring a blend of traditional and modern jewellery, GOLD by Reama Malik presented a collection that was colour coordinated into red for rubies, blue for sapphires, green for emeralds in addition to crafting pieces with gold, pearls and diamonds. Traditional techniques in kundun and polki accented with meenakari as seen in the Mughal era were engaged alongside the more modern diamond settings as used in the West. Speaking about the Pakistan Fashion Design Council and its collaboration with L’Oréal Paris, Reama Malik said, “The PFDC, under the guidance of Sehyr Saigol, has established the Pakistani fashion designers as a serious industry in Pakistan. The bar is already set very high so people expect only the best from the PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week.”






  My Thoughts : )

 I must say that it was a great show. The jewelry was amazing and very traditional. Emerald my favorite stone was used beautifully.



Fashion Show: Emraan Rajput



The third solo show of Day 2 presented fashion designer Emraan Rajput with his collection, ‘Vedaas’. For this collection, Emraan Rajput drew inspiration from Pakistan’s cultural heritage as reflected in the traditional colours of South East Asia. Emraan’s intention was to define ‘Vedaas’ from being a traditional symbol of vision into a representation of rich culture and aesthetic sense. With a firm belief that a mix of traditional colours has the ability to unite different cultures, Emraan’s ‘Vedaas’ included a rich collection of colourful embroidered sherwanis for men and traditional bridal lehengas for women.






 My Thoughts : )

The collection was full of vibrant colored Sherwaniz and the ramp music was super cool. Love the show.

Fashion Show: Maria B.



The final showcase for Day 2 was Maria B.’s bridal collection entitled ‘From Paris to Lahore’. True to its name, this collection started with an inherently French/Western signature showcasing modern, feminine cuts where the palette was subdued and sombre with a strong emphasis on elegance. From this French inspired segment, the collection moved into the traditional Sub Continental context where it celebrated Eastern culture in all of its opulence, colour and extravagance.







 My Thoughts : )

Maria B show was awesome. The collection was mostly traditional full of colors and detailed work. 


Having the opportunity of attending the PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week was an opportunity of a life time . Big round of applause for PFDC and L'Oreal Paris for arranging such an organized and mesmerizing event.


Hope you like my post beauties. Stay tuned for Day 3 and 4 updates . For more pics and updates check and Like my Facebook Page or L'OrealParis Pakistan Fan Page .

Meanwhile stay healthy and happy .

Love you all
xoxo
Sana@makeupoholics



Potography Credits:Faisal Farooqui @ Dragonfly




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