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Bridal Asia in Karachi
Bridal Asia Karachi, the first of its kind, was held on 28th June 2003 at Hotel Marriot showcasing the wizardry of weaves and cuts of three designers - Ritu Kumar, JJ Valaya and Anamika Khanna. Pakistan was represented by two of its well-known designers - Bunto Kazmi and Faiza Samee
Hasna Rahman the beautician
Hasna Rahman has been working in the industry for over 12 years. She has in the past worked as beauty consultant for various beauty products (for example Jonson & Jonson) and acted as beautician for many events (such as the Fashion Institute of Design Show 2002, Organics Shampoo, Asiatic, 2001, Zonta Internation Show 1994/1995/1997, etc.). She has also worked with leading designers such as Maheen Khan, Roxana Salam, Rina Latif, Kuhu Plamandon, Afzal Hossain (Commercial Matra). She is presently providing her services to a group of valued clients and manages her Bridal makeover centre situated in Shamoli. She specialises in Bridal make-up, fashion-show hair and make-up and party makeover.
A talented, vibrant professional, she trained at Habib's Hair and Beauty
Academy, New Delhi, and constantly fine tunes her skills to keep up
with the ever-changing fashion scene.
Anjan's Monsoon and Autumn collection
season changes and so does the colour of nature. In harmony with this
flow, Anjon fashion house changes its collection and adorns itself in
To give the salwar kameez a special look, Anjan's designers used mixed
media. The colours mainly used were blue, green, sky-blue, gray, black,
maroon and orange. The collection is comprised of both long and short
kameez with embroidery, block printing, karchupi, and spray-work. Short
kameezes are combined with dividers and pants. Cotton kameez cost Tk.
1350-1495, endi cotton cost Tk1650-1850. Silk and muslin costs Tk. 2650-3500
and georgette Tk. 1350-1550.
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