Time – slippery little fella, isn’t he? Before you know it a week has evaporated like the word ‘tregging’, leaving you with a handful of receipts and a few hazy retail memories. Refusing to capitulate to the vagaries of the clock , I’ve distilled the past week into a few snappy headlines. Check it out:
1. Hosted the first weekend of Fashion Me Fabulous style sessions at Kildare Village.2. Stayed at The Kensington Hotel, London (divine!) – home to the most lush rooms on the planet, the wafting smell of Jo Malone candles and coeliac-friendly afternoon tea. I may [...]
I’m no designer. Unless you count that time circa 1988 when I made a lycra body con dress for Home Economics. Took me two months and buckled like a legless Christmas reveller about every two inches. When asked therefore by the ISPCC to Bling-a-Bib for their Christmas fundraising drive, I was determined to redeem myself. A box of beads, tube of Bostick and rubber gloves later, et volia! Check that bad boy out! So if you happen to see an ISPCC volunteer over the next few weeks wearing one of these charity couture creations, drop them a few quid and a massive ‘where did you get that?’
Sara Taseer Shoaib’s Divine Diva Diamond Show organized and managed By Aamir Mahar of Savvy PR and Events. Hair and make-up done by Pakistan’s premier artist Khawar Riaz and gowns for the models and red carpet host designed by one and only Saadia Mirza. The Event was filled with Style and Glamour!
Source: Sara Shoaib Taseer FB Group
CrossRoads came in existence in the winters of 2002. In start it was known for its wide range of sweaters, but now it’s a brand that have taken fashion retail to the peoples of different classes by providing a whole range of casual western clothes for both men and women, keeping its steps in allignment with the fast, ever evolving international trends. Now Crossroads has outlet in every major city of Pakistan and have steady fan following of Youngsters.
Imrana Ahmed of Body Focus is one of the most famous and experienced designer….
She is famous for her unique cuts in slinky jerseys and elevating her ensembles to art as presented in her ‘Body Focus Museum’. The designer can be credited as one of the early pioneers of Pakistani fashion popular with the social set for her elegant Outfits.
Imrana’s outfits are stylish and wearable anywhere in the world.”
Designer: Imrana AhmedLabel: Body Focus