Faraz Mannan Radiates Bridal Collection 2018: We have witnessed a big bang in the fashion industry. Many fashion designers are beyond borders now. Some are exhibiting at the fashion weeks in Milan, Paris and New York. While across the border collaborations are the biggest trend that could hit Pakistan, our designers have been stirring waves just as our film stars have been making it big in India!
In a short span of time Faraz Manan’s best Bridal Collection during year 2018 has sparked an amazing response from the people and the media. Recently he was seen mingling with Kareen Kapoor, the celebrity and fashion icon from Bollywood. He has also launched his flagship store in the glamour capital of the world, Dubai.
The bridal collection by Faraz Mannan radiates style and eloquence in his approach to merge modern values with eastern ones. The opening of his flagship store in Dubai completes the picture that the designer is making new clientele and inspired the people of the Middle East to take up his collection.
That means we will now see lehangas and cholis in Middle Eastern weddings designed by our very own Pakistani designer!
While he continues to make waves across Arabia, here is our review of his bridal collection 2018!
His designs were showcased at bridal couture week 2018. This engagement dresses collection 2018 consists of all that a bride would look for in wedding wear ranging from lehanga choli, gharara, skirt and maxis.
This light shaded skirt is embellished with stone work and sports a mid length choli with full sleeves with a slit.
Here the model dons a maxi style dress, since Pakistani weddings can’t do without a dupatta, it is created in the minimalistic look in a net deign with an ivory border and green lining underneath it.
The red sharara makes an entrance with paste colored dupatta and fully embrodiered cutwork shirt.
Brides are opting for lighter shades and we can’t take our eyes off this one! The baby pink and hued dress is stunning. It is heavily embroidered yet looks minimal!
This dress looks different than the rest as the dark colors used here distinguishes it as a dress for the bride’s an grooms friends and family. The sharara and dupatta is made with jamawar and with border work on both. The choli is long with a midriff belt which fuses with east and the west!
All of his creations are seen with full sleeves, with either border work or heavily embroidered full shirts. We feel that this collection can be assorted with minimal to heavy jewelry and makeup without making the bride look gaudily dressed up. He has got us marveled this season and we are sure the brides must be two steps ahead!