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Friday, 5 December 2014

Vogue Paris "Panoplies" Doll Editorial proves fashion lovers are never too old for dolls

Have you seen the Vogue Paris Doll editorial in their Christmas issue? If not, brace yourselves - it's gorgeous and inspired! Fashion has had a thing for dolls recently - vis Moschino's Barbie collection - but Vogue Paris' "Panoplies" (meaning outfits) editorial takes the whole doll idea to a new level.
Doll fashion shoot by Vogue Paris - the Dior doll
Vogue Paris' inspired "Panoplies" editorial - the Dior 'doll'

Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Bottega scion brings trunk show to Karachi - Corto Moltedo displays a gorgeous eclectic collection

Published in the Express Tribune on Spetember 4th 2013

KARACHI:  Pakistan’s social elite loves its designer labels. From Hina Rabbani Khar with her Birkin to newly-wed Chinioti teenagers toting Chanel 2.55s, there’s no dearth of luxe label groupies in Pakistan.
On Tuesday, for the first time ever in Pakistan, they got a chance to meet an international designer in person and shop his collection. Top Indian stylist Pernia Qureshi, in collaboration with Labels, presented a trunk collection by rising star Corto Moltedo.

Monday, 24 June 2013

Top ten summer holiday shopping ideas 2013 - what to bring back to Pakistan from your travels abroad

10 great holiday shopping ideas

Off overseas? Save space in your luggage for these goodies. Published in The Express Tribune, June 24th, 2013.

One of the disadvantages of living in a third world country is that good quality, ordinary, everyday items can be incredibly hard to find. You could pick up a great bucket and mop from Wal-mart for next to nothing; you’d have to pay more than double for something approaching the same level of quality here in Pakistan. And this is why there was a time when people lugged everything from duvets to batteries from abroad. However, in recent years, a much wider variety of high quality items have become available in Pakistan.

Al-Fatah in Lahore, Agha’s in Karachi and Jinnah Supermarket in Islamabad are unmatched in terms of imported groceries, make-up and other essentials while international chains like Mango, Next and Accessorize are bringing the high street to Pakistan. There are still, however, some things worth making space in your luggage for. If you are off on your holidays, here are the top 10 things that should be on your shopping list:

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