The extravaganza that was Pantene Hum Bridal Couture Week (PHBCW) came to an end on Sunday after giving Pakistan some seriously high-end glam statements for the wedding season.
The three-day event showcased spectacular bridal trends that covered both traditional and experimental realms.
Here’s a round-up of the star-studded PHBCW Weekend!
Day one of the three-day bridal extravaganza featured an impressive lineup of celebrities including Abrar-ul-Haq, Adnan Siddiqui, Aijaz Aslam, Minal Khan and Saba Qamar.
Abrar-ul-Haq gave a live performance of his upcoming song. he looked dapper clad in a three-piece black attire by Fahad Hussayn.
Saba Qamar rocked the ramp for Samsara Couture House in a red and gold lehnga choli.
Almirah’s Ethnic Seams collection showcased heavily embroidered pieces. Walking for the brand, Aijaz Aslam set the fashion bar high in a black sherwani and rust gold dupatta.
Actress Minal Khan slayed in a breath-taking red, gold and green bridal outfit by Aisha Imran.
Our very own Shahwar from Mere Pass Tum Ho lightened up the ramp dressed in Royal Tag.
Zonia Anwaar, Ziggi Menswear, Nitasha Bilal, Haris Shakeel and Nilofer Shahid also showcased their latest bridal collections.
Day Two of the PHBCW continued to exhibit bridal statements from acclaimed designers.
Ayeza Khan gave the audience major fairy tale wedding goals in a sparkling Aisha Farid bridal outfit.
Urwa Hocane was the showstopper for designer, Zeeshan Danish. Her multicolored bridal outfit was quite a hit with the fashion police.
Sanam Jung was beauty personified in this Sheeba Kapadia attire.
Juggan Kazim carried her grand look from the Ishq Nachaye Gali Gali outfit by Chinyere like a pro!
Shahveer Jaffery walked the ramp in a Humayun Alamgir sherwani setting the standard for all the would-be grooms.
Mawra Hocane kept it demure yet modish in Sadaf Amir’s couture.
Maria B’s The Lady of Amritsar collection depicted the quintessential, sumptuous Punjabi woman.
The three-day Bridal Couture Week 2019 concluded with some spectacular, experimental and traditional bridal trends with A-class celebrities on the ramp as showstoppers for the country’s top and burgeoning designers.