Wedding vibes are full-on, and like you, I am also going insane browsing online to get something exquisite for my dear brides to shine on their D-Day and have shared with you about the top-notch Indian Lehenga designers I now want you to know some astounding Pakistani Bridal Designers lehengas and explore some uniquely crafted designs. In this blog, I wanted to give you a perspective on the designs from Pakistan bridal fashion.
So recently, I happened to browse through some of the top Pakistani Bridal Designers who couture heavily embellished bridal and occasional festive wear. Scroll down to explore their creation:-
Also called the ‘Coco Chanel’ of Pakistan. Her philosophy of design is dynamic with a flavour of originality. From mehndi to valima, she has everything for you. Her work has intricate embroideries which are different from the designers in the market. If you are not in a hurry you may get customised bridal outfits.
A label that personifies opulence. A regal class of self-fulfilment. Its collection showcases the woman of today who is passionate and committed to achieving her dreams. Their bridal wears are elegant and yet affordable.
He creates a buzz with his unique ideas and dresses Pakistani brides fabulously, breaking stereotypes in the Pakistani fashion industry along the way.
Another opulent label from Pakistan, this fashion designer started as a bridal wear designer, but after that, she has included pret and haute couture also in her forte. Her creations are exhibited not only in Pakistan but also in the USA, Dubai and London.
She has got everything for you right from to bridal and non-bridal lehengas and also for other festive wear. I found heavy detailing of mirror work on the fabrics. Her collections are pricey for sure! But looking at the designs, you will find them worthy. You will find classy vintage designs in traditional crafts viz., tukri, Kantha, rilli, zardozi embroidery in a contemporary fashion. Her work is mostly inspired by the sound art of local Pakistani artisans. She uses only pure fabrics which includes chiffons, Irish linen, hand-woven silks, brocade and French lace.
Her clothing line is called “Sania Studio”, and it got featured in New York Fashion Week of 2018 edition. Her exclusive clothing label has captured the fashion industry by storm. Her work is known for their versatility, unique prints and designs on pure fabrics, different shades and dextrous craftsmanship.
Brides who don’t want to settle for anything less than the best standards of quality and stitching details, this label has it all for you. The intricate embroideries are hand-stitched with both classic and modern techniques. The brand aspires for international fashion.
The uber-talented designer is the best instance of empowering women in Pakistan’s fashion industry. She is renowned for exquisite Resham embroidery. Her fabrication is inspired from Mughal era of Art. She does magic with needles and threads to give birth to masterpieces.
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It is an ethnic luxury label which collaborates with different artisans to infuse exquisitely handcrafted details and techniques into their collections. They offer a great mix of old designs and modern ideas. You can find this designer at Indian Exhibitions too. So if her collection inspires you deep and you want to see her work in person, watch out for the luxury wedding shows in your city.
Hassan Sheheryar Yasin referred to by his initials, HSY, is another Pakistani fashion designer. It is the biggest & most sought for the designer-wear brand in Pakistan. It has developed a signature style of its own, reflecting the traditional Eastern craftsmanship blended in a contemporary touch They are known for their distinctive use of shades, quality of textile, detailed embroideries and rich cultural aesthetic.
One of the most beautiful labels from Pakistan that celebrate femininity. Their collection offers a wide range of both bridal and non-bridal wear with other options in trousseau too. Her floral patterns with glittering embellishments and intricate aesthetics are worth to die for. But be ready with a bomb budget!
HIs label emphasises on detailing, contrasting colours, intricate zardozi with heavy embellishments. They use the finest quality fabrics of chiffons, silks and brocades, which are woven with exclusive colours and designs to the studio. The Designers also has stores in USA, UK, Canada, Singapore and the Middle East.
The House of Umar Sayeed has global recognition, and you will find ultra-chic and stupendous glamour. The ace fashion designer has been on the fashion radar of Pakistan for the past 20 years. He has flawlessly managed to culture the fashion scene throughout these years of excellency for style.
This label epitomises the spirit of a contemporary and sophisticated woman inspired by tradition, making an inspirational fusion with versatility and ageless elegance. Initially, she started from her home, but since demand outpaced production, she now has a team of 150 artisans, embroiders and beaders. Her collection is known for intricate embroideries and workmanship that blends contemporary and traditional styles.
He is a high-end fashion label which is termed as “pure grandeur”. His work is an exclusive mix of inspiration from east and west. His collections portray a strong contender for contemporary fashion. His work reflects a story of art and architecture, which is nothing short of a masterpiece. He has a little something for brides from all walks of life.
His couture reflects the signs of newfound confidence. The collection offers massive and hand-crafted wedding trousseau.
The main focus of the brand is pret a porter, but they also deal in ready to wear, semi-stitched and haute couture. Dedicated collections are released for each season, and they hold luxurious shows for their release. They are known for the heavy embellishments on all their garments with heavy zari, zardozi and cutwork.
So tell me your favourite lehenga for this wedding season in the comment below.
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Updated On30 June, 2020
Updated On30 June, 2020
Updated On30 June, 2020
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