Pakistan’s first virtual fashion show concludes on a positive note

By: News Desk      Published: 01:04 PM, 10 Jun, 2020
Pakistan’s first virtual fashion show concludes on a positive note

The three-day affair of Pakistan’s first virtual fashion show, conceptualized by Frieha Altaf, concluded on a positive note showcasing the best designers outfit for the buyers.

Actors like Sarwat Gillani, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Ayesha Omar and Kiran Malik gave an appearance in the show as a showstopper wearing their favourite designer outfit.

The 22-minute fashion show, which was streamed on YouTube and Facebook on Geo Entertainment as well as Catwalk’s official channels, featured industry’s top models who walked in designer wear in either the model’s or the designer’s abode.

They decked up by following online instructions by Nabila’s team on how to attain a certain look.

Here is the glimpse from day3:



The couture king of kaleidoscopic colour Nomi Ansari opened Episode Three and said he was happy to see the whole fashion industry -designers, models.

Nomi Ansari pieces modelled by Ansari's favourite muse veteran supermodel Fauzia Amaan included a shimmery midnight blue sari worn with a backless cut-out blouse; a classic twirly can-can sharara in pastel floral hues; a black and silver glittery lehngha choli and a pastel floral  kaleidoscopic sharara with matching sleek top. Ebullient bright and uplifting the capsule exuded effortless glamour.

Sana Safinaz


Sana Safinaz stayed true to their western aesthetics with beautiful and flow-y silhouettes in solid hues, perfect cinched at the waist with a floral motif or embellished brooches.

The label's three piece fusion couture capsule 'Anatalya'' was inspired by Greco Roman statues and, draping techniques from classical antiquity and modelled by dusky Maha Taharani who paid tribute to the front liners.

Sonya Battla


Sonya Battla three piece capsule collection 'Chawkhandi' was inspired by the embossed clay etching found at the historic Chaukhandi Tombs.

Battla's muse was actor and social activist Sarwat Gilani effortlessly glided in an easy breezy day look in a deep carnation hue;   matching  white separates that can be dressed up or down depending on one's mood, and lastly a classic black number that boosts  one's evening style up a notch.

Republic by Omar Farooq


Based on the idea of a botanical garden, the collection featured different kinds of pieces. Model Walid Siddiqui was seen in an all-white kurta pyjama paired with a graphic waistcoat inspired by picturesque location.

Actor Mikaal Zulfiqar also dazzled in a navy blue cotton Shalwar kurta worn with a midnight blue tropical wool waistcoat embossed with a hand-embroidered Republic emblem-logo.

Faraz Manan


Faraz Manan three piece capsules included a sleek, shimmery ivory Grecian draped sari hybrid; a breezy cream bell-sleeved opera overlay coat worn with slim pants and a short tunic and a soft canary sleeveless shirt tunic worn with flared pants.

Gold dominated Faraz Manan’s section where Kiran Malik was spotted in his classic ‘Summer Couture’ which is easy, breezy and wearable yet classy.

Shehla Chatoor


The grand finale of the show was done by ace designer Shehla Chatoor. Popular film actress Ayesha Omar dazzled in a floral embroidered can-can sharara skirt paired with a sleek backless stomach-baring long-sleeved blouse end noted with an Elizabethan type ruffle made from fresh flowers.