behind this lawn is Mahwish Haq and the man behind styling is well known
Yousuf Bashir Qureshi (YBQ). When I heard that collection was styled by YBQ I
knew I had to pay a visit.
To be honest with you guys, I was so impressed/ surprised with the quality of the fabric that I am compelled to write this post. The collection was inspired from the artistic pillars of Egyptian Sinai plans, to the aesthetic monuments of Ceaser’s Rome, from the Islamic Calligraphy of Harun Rashid’s Baghdad to the mind soothing flowery orchards of Thi folklore. In short it was a harmonious blend of various inspirations and motifs from different parts of the world.
There were total of 17 designs (13 in furl suits form and 4 in solos) and the best part ( I believe its the best part) designs did not have any kind of animal printed on them. It kills me if I find an animal printed on my dresses, its not that I don’t like it but the fact that it becomes a hurdle for me to perform Namaz wearing it. Last year I purchased a wonderful lawn joora from Gul Ahmed, when I came home and examined the print in detail I realized that butterflies were printed on it. I took back the joora for exchange and after very unpleasant conversation with the sales guy and manager they exchanged the bloody joora.
Coming back to Zebai Prints I loved the fact that there were no animals on it. The fabric no doubt was of finest quality. You can shop the collection from here.
Here have a look at some of the pictures from last night.
|Zebai Elite Lawn collection|
Ok guys this one is my favorite one simple and summer-y.
|Ayesha wearing Zebai|
I really love this yellow on the left…I have bought this one.
Photo Courtesy Xphotography
|Yousuf Bashir Qureshi @ Zebai Exhibition|
|Obaid Sheikh @ Zebai Exhibition|
I got three dresses from this exhibition the dresses comes in a DIY kit form. I will soon make a haul post. Please guys if you are in Karachi suggest me a very good tailor. I am sick and tired of tailors ruining my expensive jooras.