Bridal Couture Week: Arsalan’s “Mata-e -Jaan Ceremonial” through lens of Sheraz Ahmad
February 6, 2021 12:16 PM
The 18th edition of the country’s biggest, most illustrious and most sought-after bridal fashion show, Bridal Couture Week, 2020 has just started braving the wave of coronavirus pandemic at a time when the Fashion Industry using virtual ways to keep in touch with the fans.
And as usual it has dazzled the Lahore when it started Thursday introducing new bridal trends by established and emerging fashion designers and an amazing runway show experience with its illustrious list of showstoppers including Sarah Khan, Falak Javed, Sonya Hussayn, Ayesha Omar, Alizey Shah, Hareem Farooq, Imran Ashraf, Yumna Zaidi, Urwa Hocane, Mawra Hocane, Ushna Shah, Nauman Ijaz and his son Zaviar Shah, Affan Waheed, Hira Mani, Saboor Aly, Sana Fakhar, Shaista Lodhi, Fizza Ali, Aijazz Aslam, Muneeb Butt, Ahsan Khan, Nimra Khan, Zubab Rana, Resham, Jannat Mirza and many others.
This year, 35 established and burgeoning designers and retail brands will grace the PHBCW runway to showcase their latest bridal, evening formals and grooms wear collections. The designers’ list includes Fahad Hussayn, Uniworth Dress Co, Noman & Bhaiya, Alishba & Nabeel, Haris Shakeel, Naushad Imdad, Madeeha Shoaib, Munib Nawaz, House of Arsalan Iqbal, Faiza Rehman, Karismash by Irfan Shoaib, Tabya, Kashee’s, J, Almirah, Diner’s, Umsha by Uzma Babar, Ali Zeeshan, Sable Vogue, Jeremyn Street, Ayesha & Usman, Nisa Hussain, Amir Adnan, Mahgul, Sania Maskatiya, Rizwan Beyg, Nilofer Shahid, Faiza Samee, Zara Shahjahan, Elan, HSY, Omer Farooq by Republic, Sana Safinaz, Ahsan’s Menswear and Zaha Couture.
Here is a glimpse of the dazzling work of ARSALAN IQBAL who presented his collection “Mata-e -Jaan Ceremonial” through the lens of SHERAZ AHMAD