All great things make a comeback. The very traditional peshwaz and churidar pyjama are making forays into the fashion scene once again.
We might have had our mothers pick out our wardrobes well into our teens, but the teenagers of generation now are cut from a different cloth.
Sara Shahid is going places. In fact, she already has. Her label, Sublime, is sold internationally.
Aspiring artist turned fashion designer, Monia Farooqui has a whole new take on what to wear after hours.
From ties to turbans, Amir Adnan has blazed a creative trail across Pakistan’s fashion firmament.
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.
Costumes and embroidery traditions from bygone eras and diverse cultures continue to inspire Nilofer Shahid.
Saris, donned by fashionistas of the subcontinent since time immemorial, remain a fashion statement even today.
Boys don’t play with barbies – let alone dress them.
Deepak Perwani’s collection for the Rhythms of the Indus show at the Albert Hall in London was a sell-out success.