Vibrant Pakistan SS2014 Amsterdam Fashion Week
No Dutch designs on the third night of the Amsterdam Fashion Week; tonight we celebrated Pakistan fashion. Six different designers from Pakistan presented their best work during a big show. Six creators all with their unique style and very different from one another.
Faiza Samee kicked of with a tasteful airy collection full of vibrant colors, stripes and multiple variations of gorgeous prints. Designs were loose fitting and typical Eastern, yet still wearable enough buy viagra for any Dutch woman.
Second in row was Sonya Battla with her asymmetric collection, which formed a nice mix of warm colors (fuchsia, red, purple, turquoise) and embroidered gold and glitter.
Then came Adnan Pardesy with a much heavier series of designs, with knitted parts and rich colors. A clear contrast was visible in these creations, especially in a long thin purple dress, combined with a heavy cardigan.
Up next: modern music and the Lolita collection by Durreshahwar. A series of leggings and tunics with beautiful prints like paisley, roses and eastern nature. Designs were very sheer and a little racy as the models’ underwear was visible from underneath some fully printed designs.
Then the music got even louder and the audience went a little crazy as Leisure Club presented their work. Designs with a way more Western touch, especially when it concerned the fit. Bright colors and prints here too, plus a few pieces with Arabic writing on them to accentuate the brand’s origin.
Honey Waqar closed the Pakistan spectacle with her over the top luxurious couture creations. Dresses made out of the richest materials, velvet and gold, glitters and embroideries, roses everywhere, statement hat pieces and bird cages instead of handbags. A true fairytale closure to this, indeed, vibrant fashion show.