Amazing work of art as we’d like to call it! The young fashion designer who’s making the rounds ever since last year’s inception, an instant hit with couture and prêt making as the proof of it lies with the wedding fever incomplete without Hussayn’s creations, the fashion god has indeed taken the market by storm. There is a certain edge, a standout factor and a mass appeal to his clothes; just flipping through your random fashion magazine, his shoots make your turn the page back to check out who designed that?
The fashion magnate exhibited his couture and prêt collection at Ensemble, Lahore on Thursday, with a launch event organised and arranged by the creative team behind Savvy PR & Events. The who’s who of fashion and the rest of the media turned out in large numbers to show support to the designer and the frenzied clientele of his could be seen purchasing and placing orders on the spot.
Other than the bridals and semi-formals, Hussayn’s self-created accessories were a treat for wardrobe additions. The handbags and clutches are tremendously done and are indeed must-buy items. The floral pink party casual clutch is on my hit list for sure. And don’t get me started on the amazingly designed handbags.
“I’m just so excited, not just for this exhibition for Lahoris, but also for my Fashion Pakistan Week (FPW) collection next month. I’ve been super buy in bringing everything together. Hopefully, my clientele, who can be seen right now purchasing away much to my delight, will also like my FPW prêt collection, for, which I’ve also incorporated in between two couture pieces as well,” Hussayn said while talking to Daily Times.
“The white and gold-sequined cottons and cotton nets are a sneak peak for my spring/summer collection this year. Working on more of these,” he maintained.
Speaking on the pricing of his collections, Hussayn said, “You see, with time, I’ve realised, I can’t produce clothes with price value less than Rs 5,000. I don’t work in tight budgets that way. So my pricing strategy is always appropriate, always according to custom and the kind of fabrics used with the designing overall, as to do justice to it all.”
The exhibition at Ensemble, Lahore commenced on Thursday and will continue for another four to five days, depending on the sell-out.
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