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Fahad Hussayn Couture Formals 2016-2017 for Brides

There are few names in Pakistani fashion industry, whose recognition is most distinct and prominent. Fahad Hussayn is among those shining stars. Fahad Hussayn is one of the very celebrated designer from Pakistan. From very young age, Fahd had done; what no one can do in whole career of designing. Fahad hussayn designs reflect history, art, architecture and numerous cultural ethos and beauty. Undoubtedly, today Fahad Hussayn is one among most sought-after designers of Pakistan. His style  defines glamour, feminine hints and tempting elegance. Fahad Hussayn has not only proved himself in bridal wear as well as in ready to wear and formal fashion. He used modern sensibilities and vintage techniques to revive rich history of regal era.

Fahad Hussayn Bridal 2016-2017 for Wedding Ceremonies

His inspiration of patchwork, baroque and dramatic approach toward Victorian and Turkish era had help him to become mysteriously attractive designer. That is why, today when his name flashes in mind then bold, edgy, seductive and elegant wear comes in mind. Here we have diverse mixture in Formals 2016-2017 for Brides reflecting his energetic taste.
This collection features sophisticated attires with an array of east and west. The designs portray modern women with its simple and lean cuts and flawless embellishments. Fahad Hussayn Couture latest formal collection also having the brilliance of digital prints taken from natural resources.
Fahad Hussayn Formals 2016-2017 for Brides is creating space between ordinary vogue with its basic theme. Which is taken from Kaftan to Gowns, Victorian floor length maxi, tunics and shalwar qameez.


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