The Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC) was established in September 2006 as the only fashion council in Pakistan, with its head office in Lahore. Its a non-profit organization aiming to help facilitate Pakistani designers. PFDC has established regular fashion weeks since February 2010 in collaboration with giant global brand Unilever and the world's biggest beauty brand L'Oreal Paris.
The Embassy of Pakistan in Sofia, Bulgaria, in coordination with the European and Bulgarian fashion institutions, organized a high profile cultural event named 'Fashion & Design in Spectacular Pakistan', at the National History Museum, Sofia, on Friday, January 30, 2015.
Pakistan’s very first Bridal Couture Week being held in the thriving, 9 million city of Lahore from November 26 to 28.
Lahore, the second largest Pakistani city, which lies on the border with India, is considered the cultural capital of the conservative Pakistan. The three-day event showcased designers, including Muzaffar Ali, Nilofer Shahid, Amina Ajmal, Mehdi, Hoorain.
There was hardly any skin shown and just a little experimentation, but Pakistani designers still managed to set the ramp on fire with their highly wearable clothes that gathered the traditional with the Western at the country's well known fashion week.
The week will feature 24 distinct designers who will showcase creations from their Spring/Summer 2011 pret-a-porter collections
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