@chinyerpk Stunning beauty icon Queen of hearts @juggunkazim Makeup done by @ayan_khanofficial Hair by @mynahstylistoffical_sara @nabila_salon @zeromakeupofficial Designer @chinyerepk #beauty #love #beautiful #makeup #beautyblogger #ayan_khanofficial #zeromakeup #thisisnabila #juggankazim #BCW19 #humTV #makeuptutorial #JugganKazim walked the ramp in an uber traditional outfit by @chinyerepk ? #PanteneHUMBridalCoutureWeek PHBCW . . #tiktokstar #punjab #deepikapadukonefc #deepikapadukon #sanju #everydayphenomenal #janhvikapoor #hinakhan #ananyapandey #princess #bollywoodactress #akashambani #urvashirautela #ambani #ambaniwedding #ranveersingh #soundaryasharma #sonamkishaadi #bachchans #kamolika #aishwaryaraibachchan #shilpashetty #ranvirsingh #priyankachopra #nickjonas #ashwariyarai #saraalikhan #pakistanicelebrities #humbridalcoutureweekBest wedding dresses from Pantene Hum Bridal Fashion Week 2020 | Chinyere’s Collection #PHBCW #HBCW
Chinyere has always brought forward unique yet, traditional designs on the ramp and has always succeeded in catching the viewers’ off-guard with out-of-the-box ideas. This time, the act left the audience enthralled with a breathtaking spectacle and a dreamy collection entailing exquisite coloration and detailed embellishments. The inspiration for this year’s collection is to cater every occasion of the quintessential brides of Pakistan. Unlike other collections, this one focuses on a wide color palette, ranging from soft pastels to bright reds, shocking pinks to tricky teals – each one telling a different story. The collection plays with intricate embellishment techniques including Naqshi, Dabka, Gota, Kat Dana, Moti and Nag, set on the backdrop of luxurious yet purefabricslike Organza, Raw silk, Khaddi weave, Tissue, Jamavar and even self-textured fabrics, each one carrying a different composition and design which invoke an exquisitely majestic feel to the ensembles. The menswear is equally captivating and unique. It involves the perfect combination of contemporary and traditional cuts, designed for our modern-day grooms in a waythatit complements the regality of our bridal wear. Prince cuts, Straight pants, front open Sherwanis and many other silhouettes are a part of this collection, each one different from the other and speaking for its own self. A deep thought process is involved behind the formation of this magnificent collection to adorn femininity through unique and beautiful patterns of embroidery, embellishments and motifs. The theme ‘IshqNachayeGaliGali’ depicts the tale of true love and revolves around a beautiful girl who has every possible luxury and comfort of the world, is admired and flattered by decent men but is still on the pursuit for true love. She fears of not being able to reach her one and only but still has hope in her eyes. She believesthat lost love is still love. It takes different forms, that’s all. You can’t see their smile or bring them food, or tousle their hair or move them around a dance floor. But when these senses weaken, others heighten. Memory. Memory becomes your partner. You nurture it. You hold it. You dance with it
Lahore, December 7, 2019: After the glamorous showcase on Day One, Day Two of the bridal extravaganza was a continuation of the glitz and bridal statements with the country’s acclaimed couturiers, bridal wear designers and retail brands. As always PHBCW left its audience stunned with its majestic stage, uniquely set for a one of kind fashion show. The day’s proceedings started with presenting sponsor Pantene unveiling its new bottle at beautifully setup red carpet area of PHBCW’19.
Show One on Day Two of the bridal extravaganza kicked off with Emraan Rajput’s earthy hued fusion collection Shalima, followed by Aisha Farid’s Nur un Nissa a collection fit for the Mughal empress. The next show was by Kausar Sajid with her Parivarsh collection which has revived ancient embroidery techniques over luxe and delicate fabrics for the modern-day bride. This was followed by Shakeel’s by Zeeshan Danish’s hand embroidered bridal collection Kimkhwab and Sheeba Kapadia’s Claire De Lune for the new age bride.
Show Two started with Chinyere’s Ishq Nachaye Gali Gali for the woman who presents femininity through unique and beautiful patterns of embroidery, embellishments and motifs. This was followed by Humayun Alamgir’s Nawabzada a collection inspired by the fashion choices of the royals, elite and the influential. Next in line was Embellished by Sadaf Amir’s Bhag e Baharan which featured colours of flowers from all seasons and transformed the ramp into a garden. Rici Melion’s timeless couture pieces in their latest collection Zyanya, encompassing artisanal craft forms showcasing renditions of Turkish floral, textures and seaming. Day One came to an end with the return of Lahore’s favourite Maria B. with her collection The Lady of Amritsar.