Casual kurtis are now standard fare around the globe. But there’s little that’s standard about the treatment they are given at the hands of designer Sanya Muneer.
“There is a long way to go before women measure their success as politicians by what they have been able to achieve for other women,” says Sherry Rehman, Head of Central Policy Planning, PPP.
Pakistan’s dynastic and feudal politics has been a major stumbling block in a woman’s march to the corridors of power.
In the transformed post-9/11 world, Muslim students studying abroad are not only representatives of their countries, but also ambassadors of their faith.
Despite a lack of college counselling, more Pakistani students are making their way abroad now than ever before.
With yet another long, scorching summer ahead, fashionistas face their annual sartorial dilemma: how to combine style with comfort?
Filling the vacuum between high-end expensive jewellery and the ordinary unexciting stuff flooding jewellery stores, comes The Mandarin Collection.
Pakhtun notions of honour continue to sanction violence against women.
In this exclusive for Newsline, miniature painter and fashion photographer, Usman Saeed, paints and transforms veteran model Aaminah Haq into five distinctive and coherent entities
“I will never work with the Lahore film industry again,” says Samina Peerzada.