Highlights from Day 3 of PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week ’19

Abdus Samad

Abdus Samad

Digital Editor
Left to Right: Zaha by Khadijah Shah, Hassan Sheheryar Yasin (HSY) (Source: Faisal Farooqi)

From Zaha’s “Wild Thing” showcasing the best of 80’s style to Hassan Sheheryar Yasin’s red haute finale collection “Rani”, PFDC Day 3 was a breath of fresh air with designers ditching the typical bridal wear this season.

There was a definitive shift in the fashion vocabulary with designers like Nomi Ansari, who came up with his first ever collaborative collection with activewear brand Tuhura Athletics.

While Republic by Omar Farooq updating the typical 9-to-5 workwear into a streetstyle appropriate garb.

The last day sure had some major fashion moments and we are spotlighting on some of the best highlights from the standout shows.

Back to the 80’s

Mover over 90’s! Zaha by Khadijah Shah said goodbye to minimalism and activates our inner wild child with novelty prints, colours and polka dots via her collection “Wild Thing”. Khadijah Shah reimagines the 80’s with printed separates, quirky kaftans and colourful tunics.

Sports in Style 

Nomi Ansari becomes the first designer to collaborate on a collection withonline fitness wear brand Tuhura Athletics, creating a capsule range of sportswear for men and women. With a great range of neon and printed two sets, track suits, running pants and tank tops, you’ll have no room to whine about having nothing to wear to the gym!

Preppy Chic 

Man-purses worn in full cross body mode, embroidered suits and the holographic trend, Republic by Omar Farooq puts a modern spin on the menswear wardrobe. With add-ons like printed loungewear, oversized coats and latin caricatures, the menswear collection was a true winner.

Scarlet King 

Trust HSY to always steal the limelight with…really anything that he does! Named after his mother’s nickname, the man paid an emotional tribute to his mother with his collection titled “Rani”. Scarlet red took centre stage with models sashaying down the runway for the king of couture’s red haute finale.