PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week: Day 2

Only three collections worth a discussion from Day 2 were by Feeha Jamshed, Yahsir Waheed and Shehla Chatoor. Rest were regular offenders who have never impressed in the past and – judging by what they showed  – wont be making any headways in the near future.

Onto the good collections now:

Shehla Chatoor:

Luxurious, extremely high end and very sensual – exactly what Shehla does best. Collection had in-house made accessories and shoes which just made the collection all the more spectacular. While prints were signature ‘Shehla Chatoor’ abstracts, what stood out from the collection were the silky neons, leather fringes and the gladiator sandals. Handbags, shoes and accessories iss definitely something Shehla can dable in more frequently.

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Feeha Jamshed:

Monochromatic stripes, checks, houndstooth and fish herringbone with most fierce leather details – Feeha ventured into new territories stepping away from her ethnic wear sensibility and going global and was equally brilliant at it.

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Yahsir Waheed:

Yahsir Waheed gave a whole new spin to the pop culture phenomenon known as ‘truck art’. Frolic prints with catchy lines printed on them. The show was all about pop culture and it did full justice to it.

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Photography Credit: Faisal Farooqui @ Dragonfly courtesy Lotus PR

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3 thoughts on “PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week: Day 2

  1. Amina says:

    Am I the ONLY one who thinks Shehla Chatoor is more of a costume designer than a fashion designer? Her clothes could be on Xena:Warrior Princess. and that’s not avant-garde, that’s simply tacky.

    • Well, Amina! This societal evening wear is a very niche yet strong market and Shehla Chatoor is catering to that. Her cloths are definitely not everybody’s cup of tea but she has a very strong signature.

      • Amina says:

        Agreed, but you have others catering to the evening wear high society crowd, like Elan, Sana Safinaz, Ayesha Hashwani and Maheen Karim. All have very distinct, yet tasteful aesthetics, none of which make cringe like Shela Chatoor’s clothes! Her’s look like very Beyonce/Rihanna/JLo concert/music video/grammy performance outfits to me!

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