Huma Adnan on Pakistani and Indian fashion trends

Indian fashion trends
Indian fashion trends

NEW DEHLI: Pakistani designer Huma Adnan, who recently attended the ‘Aalishan Pakistan’ lifestyle exhibition in Delhi, said women in both countries have daring fashion choices. Describing her creations as “dramatic and quirky,” she commented on their appeal on both sides of the border.

“My designs are for people who are young at heart. Age is not a limit,” she said. Her pieces were sold from an Indian multi-designer store in Mumbai, which, she believes, offers a lucrative market for her collections. “I plan on selling my designs at the store again. I know Mumbai is my market because people there love my creations.” Continue reading


How retail stores can up their fashion quotient

KARACHI: The trend of retail stores collaborating with designer kingpins has taken centre stage. Recently, a few outlets of Gul Ahmed Ideas have been raising funds for the Layton Rahmatulla Benevolent Trust through collaborations with designers Sania Maskatiya and Deepak Perwani.

Sania, who created a series of scarves for the same cause last year, has now come up with a capsule collection of kurtas emulating her quintessentially elegant aesthetics. Meanwhile, Deepak has created a range of printed scarves with themes that reflect the ‘Fashion for a Cause’ ethos. Continue reading