The Rajput style of clothing has been adopted by many designers when they launched their formal collection for the year fashion 2012. Men were sporting huge turn=bans made of rich banarasi fabric with huge jewels adorning it while women wore ghagras and lehangas made of similar material.
White sherwanis were sported by male models as they walked the ramp this year while women wore knee length gowns. This year the core of embellishments has been the front of the shirts worn over the elaborate ghagras. Women wore Rajput style jewellery on their forehead for this year and heavily embellished drapes over their shoulders that swiped the floor clean as they fell in a trail after them.
While men wore only white embellished sherwanis this year in the formal collection of Pakistani fashion trends of 2012, they were not left bereft of colours altogether. The turbans that they wore were in maroons and red and also crinkled drapes in burnt orange hues were draped on their shoulders. The attires of women largely revolved around the theme of maroon, aquamarine in its deepest shades and dull gold mixed with off white.
Women wore heavy jewellery on their throats ears as well as hairdos. The hairdos that these women wore were the classic buns at the nape which a centre partition. Buns with a centre partition is a reminiscence of the Rajput era as the women in those ties used to adorn their centre partition with an ornament called ‘tikka’ or another hair ornament called ‘Jhumar’. The neck lines of most of the gowns worn by women this year included V necklines with a high collar. The V neckline is ideal for both showing off ornaments at your throat as well as looking trim and slim.
pakistani fashion trends 2012 pakistani fashion trends 2012
Many women wore chooridar pajamas under A link frocks another example of the garment worn by the women of the Rajput era. The chooridar pajama is similar to tight fitting pants that many women ear in the western world these days. To set off the figure hugging chooridar pajama the model was wearing a pair of gold high heel shoes.
Furthermore she was wearing a pair of red nail paint on her toe nails to complete the extravagant look of her attire. The neck of the frock worn by this model was closed and had embellishment in the form of a rectangle. The rectangle embellishment primarily included multi coloured ribbons in shades of gold and fawns and maroons. The frock was trimmed of with an extension of gold and fawn banarasi fabrix and fell all the way to the ankles of the model. The attire was an ideal example of rich and extravagant sophistication.
skinny women who have been kept in mind when the designers introduced the fashion style of 2012. Women who are size 14 or shall we say curvy have also been given a lot of thought when fashion styles of 2012 were launched this year. While fawns and grays have been launched for fashion styles 2012 for women, women have been awarded an abundance of hues to experiment with this year.
No one can deny the elegance that soft pastel shades add to a woman’s wardrobe. Be it s lovely shade of soft lemon or apple green you look like the ultra feminine woman. You can wear soft cashmere apple green sweater this year adorned with white lace dress collar over a printed pale green skirt tripped with lemon chiffon to create the ultra soft and feminine n image suggested by the fashion style 2012.
Huge and baggy hand bags are the real deal to with this kind of soft fashion style 2012 especially if its available in lemon and white leather. To complete the entire effect you can wear high heel sandals in white leather or apple green lacquered leather underneath these shoes as well. Make sure you wear a nice thin and metallic head band on your head with this kind of attire with your hair pulled back in an elegant bun or chignon at your nape.It is not all greens and yellows this coming season when it comes to following the fashion style 2012.
A certain designer launched attire in pale blue that epitomizes the fashion style 2012 to perfection. The attire consisted of pale blue chiffon skirt with slight shimmer under a printed blue and yellow blouse. Over the top and blouse the model was a coat in the softest shades of blue as well. The coat had just one button at the front.No woman can resist the femininity that soft pink has to offer and this year fashion style 2012 caters to that very urge of ours. A model walked the ramp in the softest shades of pink . Her dress was made up of soft pink cotton and fell to her knees.
The sleeves of this dress fell to her elbows and were wrinkled right above the elbows. There was a thin string that encircled the waist with small string .There were small buttons that splayed down the dress .The collar of this dress was closed adding to the mysterious allure of the overall attire. The dress also had pockets at the front of the dress, the perfect way to put your cell phone in and avoid any hassle with a hand bag. The model wore pumps at her feet in shades of white green and orange. It made up the perfect summer dress for you to dazzle men around you.
Kolkata Fashion Week was action-packed, Day 2 had more glam in store. After the jewellery and The Story of Weaves show in the morning, in the evening, it was time for designers Zubair Kirmani, Manoviraj Khosla and Narendra Kumar to strut their stuff. And as expected,
they did not disappoint.
The choreography of Weaves complemented the beautiful creations. Danseuse Prema made a graceful beginning with traditional dance moves, after which models clad in the stylish drapes walked in. Saris were teamed with broad belts, leggings and shirts. Showstopper Riya walked the ramp in a maroon handloom sari. Despite repeated requests, the lovely lass didn’t oblige the media by giving her take on the show. But mom Moon Moon Sen said, “Both my daughters wear the sari on special occasions and I help them drape it.” Nandita Pal Chaudhuri, who collected and co-ordinated all the saris says, “Bengal has a rich tradition of textile and weaves and Day 2 of KFW showcased how tangail, garad, dhonekhali and block prints have been made contemporary over the years. Weaves of Bengal are known for their fineness of texture, beauty of design, intricacy of weave, lightness of weight and durability.”
e diamonds.” Wearing a Dev r Nil lehenga with the baubles, the actor said, “I wish I didn’t have to give them back.”
As people milled around the venue, someone from the crowd was heard complaining that not many Delhi designers had come down for KFW. The lady in question must have missed the designer line-up for the later shows. Zubair Kirmani’s cigarette pants for men and the sporty, sexy lines for women made their mark. His showstopper, Jab We Met director Imtiaz Ali, was an absolute stunner. “I’m used to walking in Kolkata, on its streets and gulleys, but not wearing such nice clothes. Walking the ramp is something I’m most scared about, so I thought I’d do it once in my life,” said Imtiaz.
Bangalore-based designer Manoviraj Khosla’s show was all about attitude, aimed at the club-going youth. So the Spring/Summer ’09 collection saw embroidered jackets and mandarin collars for men. The luxurious line for women had knits and satin silks in it. The designer’s surface ornamentation was evident from the texturing he did with the same fabric and pleats. Manoviraj, too, had a showstopper in Dev. D star Mahie Gill. It came as a surprise to see Mahie on the ramp for Manoviraj, as she was supposed to walk for Kolkata designer Abhishek Dutta, a day later. Said Mahie, “I was very nervous initially. But later, it was all fun. It is a difficult job, I must say.”
After the show, restaurateur AD Singh was spotted looking for Manoviraj. Dressed in a Lecoanet Hemant jacket and JJ Valaya pants, he made a statement at the biggest fashion event in the city. “I missed Manoviraj’s show. It’s a pity as I was looking forward to it.” But he made up for his lost opportunity by being one of the front benchers for the next show by Narendra Kumar.
The crowd swelled by the minute. By the time the gates were thrown open, there was a huge rush to occupy the front rows. And at last count, the organisers said, footfall touched 1,000. It was a pity that even Manoviraj was seen on the backstands with Ratul Sood, jostling for space with viewers. The Mumbai designer, whose collection had a social message of hope and despair after the 26/11 attacks, had black and white as the predominant colours. The leather jackets, fishtail gowns and balloon dresses had the audience asking for more.
Pakistani Bride and Groom | Dulha Dulhan I attended a wedding of my friend yesterday. She was very beautiful and impressive wedding dress and our “Dulha bhai” was also good. Both seemed very pleasant and happy. I captured images of my camera there a cute couple watched around the world. From there, I had an idea for my blog to post pictures of the newlyweds know Grooms (Dulha Dulhan) on my blog for my fans so they can download photos from the new couples. I chose many pictures Pakistani couple and now I’m raising my blog. I hope you enjoy it