Fashion For a Cause

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The fashion fraternity of Pakistan has come out in full support of the victims of the twin blasts at Abbas town tragedy. Around 400 people have lost their homes and their loved ones. Taking the first step towards helping the needy, Ensemble made the following announcement:

“Ensemble Flagship, One by Ensemble, Ensemble Home and Ensemble Salon in Karachi and Ensemble Lahore are donating 10 percent of all sales and services to the Abbas Town Tragedy affectees on Friday, March 8, 2013.

There will a small showing of our new Spring/Summer casual wear collection at Ensemble Karachi as well special offers and discounts valid thru out our stores.

Please spend to help rebuild lives. One more way to be generous. Everyone is doing whatever they can…please step forward and help. Please share the event with your family and friends.

We hope we can count on you for your support.”



Ensemble KARACHI: C-32 E street, block 4 Clifton Mon-Sat 11-8 pm
Tel: +9221 35810540 +92301 2210653 +9221 5876400

Ensemble Pakistan Facebook page

ONE by Ensemble: F-26/35 – First Floor, Dolmen Mall Clifton Block-4 Clifton, Karachi Contact Details: +9221-35293916-17-18 or + 0300 2540661

One by Ensemble Facebook page

Ensemble LAHORE: 10-Q, Gulberg II Lahore, Pakistan.
Tel: (92-42) 3-575-1737, +924236622441

Kindly Show your support to the noble cause. Hoping it is one of many efforts towards helping the victims. Every small bit helps.


Oscars Red Carpet

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Oscars red carpet has always been as important as the ceremony itself. The ladies attending, put their best fashion foot forward (well most of them). My top picks for the night were:

Jessica Chastain


She may not have won the Best Actress trophy, but definitely cut a pretty picture in a custom design Armani Gown with Harry Winston Jewels. The nude/gold encrusted gown perfectly complemented her skin tone making her a winner on the red carpet. A brilliant comeback after the globes debacle.







Jennifer Lawrence

jlawrence_v_24feb13_getty_b_426x639  Possibly the most talked about 22 yr old, this award season Jennifer Lawrence has had more hits than misses. Bringing out her A game to the oscars red carpet, the face of Dior wore, as predicted, Dior couture. The self blush pink and white silk in a ball gown silhouette perfectly complimented this cinderella’s story.






Naomi Watts:

nwatts_v_24feb13_getty_b_426x639Working closely with the designer resulted in an asymmetric bustier Gorgio Armani gown. And boy was I impressed  The Best Actress nominee with a tussled bun and minimal jewels and spot on makeup, lets the gown do all the talking. Who needs Oscars when you are dressed like a trophy .







Olivia Munn


Marchesa was probably one of the most liked shows this season. Their signature embroidery combined with draped silhouettes, I expected it to make an appearance on the red carpet during the awards season. The scarlet draped gown and embroidered corset offset with Munn’s dark hair and red lips, made Munn one of my favorites on red carpet.






Charlize Theron


   It was Dior vs Dior on the Oscars red carpet. Giving stiff competition to the best actress winner, the evil queen was a vision in white in her structured Dior couture gown. With a fierce short hairdo, Stud jewels and and silver accessories, Theron owned the red carpet. Confident, fierce and chic, maybe it was the effect of the haircut had on her which she described as ‘the most liberating thing she has ever done.’





Stacy Keibler

gclooney_skeibler_v_24feb13_getty_b_426x639Besides having the best accessory of the night around her arm, George Clooney, Stacy Keibler shone in a gun metal Naeem Khan gown. Styled by one of my fav stylist, Brad Goreski, Miss Keibler channels contemporary old world hollywood glamour with the side parting waves and a bun. The belt around the waist was a good move to break the monotony.