Lahore, there are many fashion designers, who are going to reveal their latest fashion collection. Erum Khan has also released her latest and unique fashion collection of the dresses as these latest luxury couture ensembles are prepared taking the inspiration by all royal things. Nawabzadi is the line of Khan for the Bridal Couture week 2016 and it shows the contemporary grandeur and the tradition of the Mughal culture and this collection is prepared with warm colors and heavy embroidery.
The muse of the dresses of this collection, which stood out in this collection and Pakistani actress Saba Qamar served as the showstopper of this collection of Khan at the BCW last month. She is now appeared in the campaign shoot and considered the good pictures and it can be safely said that Saba Qamar was the ideal one for this showcasing.
The fashion brand, Erum Khan was evolving quickly as this fashion brand started working seven years ago and now Nawabzadi has shown the vibrant and bright colors and they are intermingled with modern cuts and embellishments. Khan has created the world of opulence with velvet and tulle in shades like soft beige, crimson red, sunshine yellows and subtle aqua.
Erum Khan said that she took the inspiration from daughters of Mughal royals and women around her, who are princesses of their homes. She had the signature style about the intricate details and they combined a group of lighter tones with darker hues showcase the vibrant personality of woman. She further added that the darker tones show the monarchic traits and lighter ones depict their pliability.
The dresses are prepared with sharara pants, floor length jackets, belts and full on full skirts and they are showcased in the fashion collection. The collection, Nawabzadi shows the new aesthetic for the brides like dupatta, which is draped on one shoulder and choli, which is peeping out from underneath.
The different fabrics are used to display through the deliberate draping and it is the prime focus of the collection. It is the craftsmanship that highlights the design of embroidery like marrori, gotta, tilla, succha, mirror and coin works, which add extra traditional touch to the dresses.