2016: The Year Of Fashion Revolution

2016: The Year Of Fashion Revolution

2016 is surely one that will be remembered as the year of change when it comes to fashion. As this year winds down we’ve recapped its highlights to bring you the best of 2016 in the fashion industry.

Wacky Fashion and Chocolatey Decor at The Magnum Party:

From Ali Xeeshan's red carpet style statement, that brought the barn to the party to a man soaked in chocolate for the entertainment of attendees, this party was surely one that had its fair share of unforgettable moments.



The First Q-Mobile Hum Style Awards:

The HUM Network launched its very own Style awards this year. From the entertainment industry’s A-listers to fashion and sports icons, the red carpet was graced by some of the biggest names followed by well-choreographed sizzling performances, one after another. Hamza Ali Abbasi was selected as 'Most Stylish Actor - TV', well rewarded for his choice of all-black shalwar kameez.


The first-ever Pakistani Film Festival held in New York City:

Pakistani starlets set the red carpet ablaze with their head turning appearances at the nation's first ever film festival. We loved how Mawra Hocane put her best sartorial foot forward by opting for a traditional outfit.



Mukhtaran Mai to walk the ramp at FPW

This year's PFDC L'Oreal Paris Bridal Week was not like any other. Ali Xeeshan dedicated his collection to child marriages and Rozina Munib debuted at FPW with Mukhtaran Mai as her showstopper. The survivor of a gut-wrenching incident of gang-rape in 2002, Mukhtaran Mai following FPW proceeded to meet with potential donors who could assist with the running of her charity that supports battered women and children.

Pakistan's gang rape victim Mukhtar Mai, centre, walks with models during a fashion show in Karachi, Pakistan, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016. Gang-raped and paraded naked 14 years ago, Mukhtar Mai walked on a ramp in Pakistan fashion week on Tuesday. A red-carpet reception accorded in Pakistani southern city of Karachi by country's elite fashionista is her debut appearance, which she says she's doing as a symbol of courage for womenfolk. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)

Designers Opt For Solo Shows Over FPW

Designers such as Elan, Faraz Manan and Divan'ni opted out of Fashion Week Pakistan to go solo this year.


Pakistan’s First Transgender Model makes Debut with Stunning Photoshoot:

A powerful photo shoot featuring Sid is dedicated to end the transphobia, present at large in the country, and to break the stereotypes attached to it.


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