What the Sketch!

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The bad boy of fashion as they call him, was also one of the designers who showed on the second day in the first show of FPW. The talented Rizwanullah, definitely did not disappoint in his showing. There is no doubt that Rizwanullah knows his stuff and is able to put up a good show, but how much of it makes it to the racks? While the sketchy doodle prints reminded one of Sadaf Malatere’s last collection, it was needless to say Rizwan did his own spin to the clothes.

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Rizwanullah’s show comprised of a myriad of silhouettes including seperates, button down dresses, jumpsuits, gowns, coats and shift dresses. The sketchy print was balanced off by the use of whites and blacks. While there were only two menswear ensembles which were impeccably executed, womenswear was majorly the focus in the presentation in the presentation. Limiting his solid colors to black white and yellow and combining them with print, Rizwan’s latest outing was fun and wicked at the same time.

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My picks from this collection, the button down tunic which Tatmain rocked the hell out of :), the Yellow jacket worn by Mubashir Jamshed, the assymetrical pair of pants, the pleated shift dress, the pair of pants worn by Mubashir at the end and the printed shirt dress.

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2 thoughts on “What the Sketch!

    RedAlice said:
    April 16, 2013 at 11:59 pm

    Oooooooh wat aye sketch yes!

    Eman Khan said:
    December 26, 2013 at 6:38 pm

    nysh huh

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