After the huge success of Karachi Fashion Week 2009, its sequel was held recently and gathered a massive success and sensation.
Among exuberant displays by many other local Pakistani fashion designers and international fashion designers from Malaysia, newly emerged fashion designer Emraan Rajput also presented his fascinating collection designed on traditional fashion lines fused with western inspiration. Emraan Rajput’s collection chiefly comprised of formal menswear including shalwar kameez and kurtas with a classic cut. Remarkable embroidery work and salient embellishments added that extra bling to the designs.
Tall men walking down in immaculately designed sherwanis and other formal and occasional menswear was a massive hit and gathered much acclaim to Emraan’s creative brilliance during the 4-day Karachi Fashion Week 2010.
One of the toughest and perhaps the most popular fashion line in Pakistan – in fact – anywhere in the world is wedding line or formal wedding wear, whether it’s for brides or bridegroom. However, a young talent in the field, fashion designer Emraan still beats many for his distinct sense of style and appealing collections.
Emraan Rajput’s collection of formal, semi-formal, casual, hip hop, and wedding wears are all impartially designed, preserving essential elegance and style ensconced within the sleek cuts, fine fabric, and intricate embellishments which outshine his designs.
The exalted Karachi fashion week 2010 was primarily focused on promoting Pakistan’s fashion, textile and apparel industry and highlighting the works of the brilliant fashion designers of the country.