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Wednesday, 18 March 2015

PIA gets a fashionable makeover



PIA uniform history
The PIA uniform has been designed by many famous designers in the past, such as Laila Shahzada, Chausie Fountainer. —Publicity photo

PIA unveiled their new uniforms last night in a unique event that featured some of the biggest names in Pakistani Fashion.

Legendary designer Bunto Kazmi co-opted the likes of Maheen Khan, HSY and Sania Maskatiya into presenting possible designs for PIA’s new look.

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Love thy neighbour: why the Pak-India 'hotness' debate is futile

pakistan india just a border apart
The tweet seems to be just another attempt to use national rivalry to gain something (in this case, publicity).

Did you catch the big battle between India and Pakistan this weekend? No, not the cricket match, the Twitter battle that ensued when India’s Buzzfeed editor tweeted this:

Saturday, 7 February 2015

Urainge - full video of Ali Zafar's song for Peshawar featuring 40 Top Pakistani Artists

What a joy to see so many Pakistani artists including Fawad Khan, Anwar Maqsood, Sanam Saeed, Humaima Malick, Ali Azmat, Hamza Ali Abbasi, Bilal Lashari, Saba Qamar, Meesha Shafi, Mehwish Hayat and many more join Ali Zafar in this inspirational song.
Urainge - Ali Zafar (Official Music Video) by alizafarnet

Sunday, 9 June 2013

Multi-brand designer store Labels leads the way in a changing retail market for Pakistani clothes while the Style360Labels estore goes from strength to strength.

Published in the Express Tribune on 9th June 2013

Labels CEO Zahir Rahimtoola talks change and revolution at the multi-brand store.

Fashionable outfits available at Labels estore

Major changes are afoot at Labels, the pioneer of fashion retailing in Pakistan. Along with Ensemble and Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC), Labels is still one of the premier multi-brand retailers in the country. 

Monday, 27 May 2013

Adventure Tourism in Pakistan with Walkabout Films - International thrill-seekers experience heliskiing in the Karakoram mountain range

A version of this was published in the Sunday magazine of the Daily Times on 26th May 2013
International Extreme Skiers on the slopes of the Karakoram, Northern Pakistan

A few weeks ago CNN did a report on Pakistan. No terrorists or bombers were involved. Instead the story was an international Heliski event in Gilgit Baltistan, with an international team of Heliskiers  - one whom was Pakistani. Not only that, the sole Pakistani was actually a woman, the stunning Samyra Rashid of Walkabout Films.

Saturday, 18 May 2013

Socialite Entrepreneurs boost the Economy - Women in Pakistan taking charge of their own destiny

Published in the Express Tribune on May 19th
Fashion tycoon Sana Hashwani with Nausheen "Pepsi" Leghari - owner of Links School

Designer Khadija Shah with the editors of Paper magazine
There was a time when the only work socialites did was light charity fundraising – organising expensive balls for their chums or sweet-talking friends and family into donating. Not anymore. High society designers like SanaSafinaz are now an economic force to be reckoned with, employing thousands of workers, with sales running into millions of rupees.
The list of what top fashion journalists have termed “socialite designers” reads like a who’s who of both fashion and society. From Khadijah Shah to newcomers like Misha Lakhani, many of fashion’s elite are “it-girls” who certainly don’t need to work and yet have built professional, thriving businesses. Many society women, such as Nadia and Ayesha Ellahi, design on a smaller scale; to the extent where it now seems there is a “designer” in every family.
However, socialite entrepreneurs haven’t limited themselves to just designing clothes. They are running furniture shops, salons, bakeries, shoe shops, gyms and more. Many start out in a small way, holding exhibitions for friends and family. For some, this is as far as they go, finding small-scale exhibitions the perfect vehicle for a work-life balance. Others, however, use exhibitions as a springboard to a more professional approach selling online or even opening an outlet.



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