Acclaimed couturier Adnan Pardesy showcased his latest bridal collection at the prestigious Qatar International Fashion Festival on 19th March 2015, which was followed by an exhibition at the same venue on 20th March, 2015.
Photos of Adnan Pardesy’s Bridal Couture Presentation at the Qatar International Fashion Festival
The collection showcased at the QIFF depicted a blend of two themes, which was inspired by the enduring legacy of traditional Indo-Pak embellishments and also featured contemporary designs with distinct elements depicting architecture and abstract art. The bridal collection featured women’s wear including short shirts, voluminous skirts, capri trousers, sheer fabrics and menswear including sherwanis, Nehru jackets and kurtas embellished with intricate hand embroidery. The bridal collection amalgamates traditional Chatapatti and riots of colors fused with modern motifs on gold organza. The collection is based on luxe fabrics such as crepes, net silk chiffons, jamawaar, organza, tissue and fine silk fabric.
Speaking about his participation at the Qatar International Fashion Festival, designer Adnan Pardesy said, “We have had a great experience at the Qatar International Fashion Fiesta. It was a phenomenal opportunity for Asian designers to showcase their design work and craft to the thriving Middle Eastern market. Taking part in credible Fashion platforms such as QIFF allows us to increase exposure of our brand to a wider audience, which will definitely result in greater opportunities for our label to grow. We always love to promote the culture of Pakistan and it reflects in our new bridal collection which represents the colours of subcontinent along with intricate embroidery and embellishments.”
Hailed as “The New King of Couture”, acclaimed designer Adnan Pardesy launched his label in 2007. He defines his design philosophy as minimalism and employs structure and architecture as the inspiration for his design. Adnan Pardesy is known for his attention to details, his work includes Eastern wedding wear, party wear and pret and western wear including bustier, tops, skirts and dresses. He is considered a proficient among peers and media for the mark that he has made in fashion with redefining techniques like pleating, honeycomb, quilting and denim in Pakistan.