Bridal Couture Week shines tonight
Fashion is an instant language; a language which unites us in a chic way. Speaking only that language, Bridal Couture Week which debuted in 2010 has become a success over the years and designers have continually introduced collections that leave everyone drooling. The dresses are so beautiful they want to make us cry with delight.
The idea behind this mega three day event is to gather all the famous and upcoming designers under one roof and provide them a platform to exhibit their work. The show features famous TV and film stars who walk the ramp for designers adding more glamour to the collections. Not only is this event catering to women fashion but it also ensures to bring forward latest trends in menswear.
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What sets BCW apart from all the other fashion shows is the fact that it is all about eastern formal wear and bridal wear. Selecting a wedding dress is more than just a fitting; it is a process- a memory in the making. It is always tricky to find the right dress and of course certain details are crucial to both the bride and groom.
Last year 'chaiwala' was the highlight of the show who walked the ramp for Ziggi Menswear- Zawiya. He rose to fame for his good looks, good looks and good looks and everyone just wanted to ask him this:
To cater to all the bridal wear need, a superhero in disguise is the Bridal Couture Week which helps you understand what's hip and trendy and what you can opt for. Of course a little hefty for the price, but it goes without saying that the perfection these dresses have, you might not find them elsewhere because these design maestros know their job and do their job well.
This year's QMobile Bridal Couture Week choreographed by Vaneeza Ahmed and official styling by Nabila is all set to begin tonight at 8 pm Karachi and we are looking forward to it, hoping to see if another internet sensation makes it to the ramp. Make sure you follow our daily reviews to get the inside scoop of this glamorous event.
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