Karachi’s highly coveted private label Farah Talib Aziz that has been creating customized couture for almost a decade, launches it’s exclusive Silk printed kurtas.
Photos of the Farah Talib Aziz Silk Collection
The label focuses on pure fabric (100 percent pure silk) and uber contemporary yet feminine prints that range in a variety of colors from soft pastels to festive hues. The silhouettes are comfortable and chic keeping in mind that the tunics can be belted (belt provided) for an western look or accessorized for an eastern kurta look.
We not only aim for the younger trendy market but also for the middle aged women who want to wear comfortable yet fashionable clothes that are affordable and effortless.
FTA has recently made a name for herself in the mass market by launching her Lawn collection earlier this year that was received with an overwhelming response both nationally and internationally.
The name sake and designer – Farah Talib Aziz comments on the silk collection, “We wish to make every day wear that is affordable and effortless, comfortable yet chic, wearable with versatility – all the while highlighting femininity through natural motifs and colors that make an instant statement,”
More about the brand: Farah Talib Aziz
Farah Talib Aziz’s work exuberates effeminate opulence, garnished with her signature embroidery and baroque motifs. Her design philosophy is to magnify femininity, with the help of regally draped cloth and expert artisans, while maintaining a form of elegant sophistication.
Stunning audiences with intricate detail and a strong sense of beauty, Farah Talib Aziz creates luxe classic pieces that modernize traditions and serve as cherished legacies.
Coming from a background in textiles, Farah herself is highly talented and trained in tailoring and embellishments. Regularly updating her skills, Farah has first hand expertise and knowledge about the production methods.
Based in Karachi, Farah has been adored by her elected haute couture clients since 2006. With the expansion of her prêt-à-porter collections Farah’s work is now available on an international dimension.