Pakistan’s Bridal Fashion Week

bridal fashion week

Pakistan Fashion Design Council’s L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2019 (PLBW) came to a close late Saturday evening, ending its glamorous three-night run in the eastern city of Lahore, with a runway soiree of the country’s veteran designers. Fahad Hussayn, Nickie Nina, Republic by Omar Farooq and Hasan Shehryar Yasin (HSY) each brought to the ramp their artistic vision on what makes great Pakistani bridal dresses.

Pakistani dress designers have contributed plenty to the fashion business. The contribution of designers bridal dresses assortment 2019 is outstanding for Pakistani wedding events. Fashion is the language of your body. Your appearance matters a lot. The beauty of your dress is the dignity of your temperament. For bridal dresses, you have to be as keen as it is the event on which the wedding couple especially brides requires to look spectacular, breathtaking and magnificent on mehndi, barat and walima day.

Pakistani prime fashion designers of 2019 recommend a large collection of bridal dresses on different wedding ceremonies as well as mehndi, Barat, walima and nikah functions. An astounding, most elegant and outstanding collection of bridals marriage dresses by Pakistani most famous designers is being presented to you. This is no doubt a precious collection found anywhere.



Opening up the night was Fahad Hussayn Imaginarium with “Labyagawachi – The Musical,” a performance of his bridal-wear for the season, included actual dancers and performers, some of them the models themselves. The assortment itself classified things the designer likes from art to bop, music, and fashion, all elements that together created a glitzy collection and glam, across a whole palette of oranges, corals, crisp black and white looks.

Fahad Hussayn’s work is an extensive and diverse mixture of inspirations from both the east and west, which would naturally pose him as a strong contender for contemporary fashion. However, keeping his journey in mind, Fahad ensures that he has a little something for everyone. His fashion trademark works day and night to provide to fans from all the steps of life.

His introduction to the world of intricate detailing and sophisticated cuts began at a very young age. Where an average child would be out with friends playing cricket, Fahad would lock himself in a room with his guru, his mother, and discuss endless possibilities that could lead to a masterpiece.

Fahad Hussayn has also been nominated by the prestigious LUX STYLE AWARDS in the categories of menswear, bridal & prints. Having dressed countless celebrities for numerous red carpet events and styled artists for multiple music videos domestically & internationally, Fahad Hussayn has fast become one of the most sought after designers in the country.


Experts of the bridal world, Nickie Nina brought ‘Gulabkaar’ to the ramp, a collection that stayed true to the bridal approach the duo has taken for years. Nickie Nina’s approach to bridal-wear is to bring forth collections that evolve per annum however without sacrificing the details that build a classic Pakistani bridal ensemble. Regal cuts and recognizable silhouettes were delivered in embroidered packaging, and everything brought together with a wide range of color palettes. Gulabkaar was feminine, elegant, ethereal and very wearable.



Republic by Omar Farooq’s ‘Adamah’ was a testament to the designer’s efforts of creating fun, compelling menswear that pushed the envelope, but that Pakistan’s men would still want to wear. Pakistani grooms are more conservative than others in the subcontinent, and Republic plays in that restricted, ‘safe’ space for the grooms and guests that want a little bit more out of fashion. Adamah made the fine tailoring Republic is thought for and added palatable spontaneous touches like light catching the black beading, embroidered printed shawls (and turbans!) and statement-making fabrics.

HSY Bridal Dresses


HSY’s Empire lived up to the name, taking the ramp in groupings of colors, and producing a bridal squadron that was a fine finish to PLBW ’19. Empire was true HSY, a designer who has honed some of the bridal markets under his image, that is exciting, a touch ancient and covered in heavy work. His color palettes included a number of his iconic mixes of black and red however also some slate greys ideal for winter together with ice blues and pinks. Empire is a perfect fit in HSY’s oeuvre, due to its familiar structuring and the intricate touches that have become synonymous with HSY the brand.

2000 marked the introduction of Yasin’s fashion label, HSY. Starting as a bridal and formal wear dressmaking house, it became one among Pakistan’s most recognized fashion labels and employs over 350 people and 6 stores internationally (including Dubai), with the flagship housed in Lahore. In 2003, Karachi-based Diva Magazine placed Yasin on the cover of their “Most Powerful People” issue and as one of their 10 “Faces of the Year”.

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