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PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2014 Day 1 Pictures

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Well right in this post we will going to have the detailed discussion on the PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2014 Day 1 Pictures. Once again this fashion event is back again inside the fashion planet with the same blast and thrill. We all know that Pakistan Fashion Design Council [PFDC] and L’Oréal Paris are known out to the world’s leading beauty brand.  On the day 1 of the PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2014 so many designers came up with their magnificent collections that was complete based on the contemporary and traditional Pakistani Bridal fashion, make-up and hair trends.  Some of the well known designers who showcase their collections were HSY, followed by Sania Maskatiya and showcases by Asifa & Nabeel, Saira Shakira and Karma Red Make-up for Day-1 of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2014 were done by the creative team at Maram & Aabroo for womens wear and Khawar Riaz for menswear.

Bridal Collection By HSY:

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HSY appeared with his new luxury bridal couture collection titled “Divine.Decadence”. The show was opened with his brilliant collection that took away so many hearts. The whole collection was added with the darker color palettes including reds, golds and blacks. It was featuring both men and women collections for wedding wear. It was based in hand embroidered silks and jacquards embellished with silver crystals. It was style up with the bridal gowns that were heavily embellished.

Bridal Collection By Sania Maskatiya:

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After HSY came the superb collection of Sania Maskatiya! She named her exclusive bridal collection titled, ‘Ara-Ornaments’. The collection was the entire inspiration from the art of ornamentation. Dresses were adorned with the intricate floral patterns juxtaposed with geometric.  Designer has made the use of cotton nets, Indian nets, lamé, exclusive digital prints, worked with exquisite resham, zardozi, gota, and pearl work.

Bridal Collection by Asifa & Nabeel

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Asifa & Nabeel’s collection for PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2014 was called out to be “Meena-Maniratna”. The whole collection was inspired by the reel life and real life of Meena Kumari.  In this collection you will be finding the shades and motifs of the jewellery worn by the acclaimed Meena Kumari at the time of her films. Designer has made the use of classy colors in the dresses such as tangerine, gold and harbour grey with traditional thread work, dabka, pearls, stones and chandi pati on top of pure chiffons, silk, organza and jamawars with layering, fusion cuts, straight and tapered.

Bridal Collection By Saira Shakira:

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Saira Shakira collection for PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2014 was titled “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. This collection has been added with the superb dresses that have been experimented with delicate and sheer fabrics such as nets and laces all along with the eastern with lehngas, kaftans and a sari. Dresses have been adorned with the mixture of dabka kora, nakshi along with thread work, beading and Swarovski crystals. The colour shades used in the dresses have been flawless added with midnight blues, pinks and mints for the precious fairies and plums purples and lilacs.

Bridal Collection by Karma Red:

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On the last we have the amazing collection of Karma named as “The Lotus Raj Collection”. Collection has been designed by taking the inspiration from the magic and detail of flora that is giving away the reflection of the old times of the wedding wear. Colors have been used in bold shades with the heavy sum of embellishments.

So this was all about the PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2014 day 1! Now let’s see that what magic will going to spread around at the PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2014 day 2!

 

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