April 08, 2019
Boho chic and Pakistani fashion seem to have found a stylish mix. The gypsy spirit reigned supreme at Pakistan Fashion Week SS19 with Sana Safinaz models walking on to the catwalk in a flash of prints and colour and while Huma Adnan opted for singular black, it was livened up with folk jewellery from refugee artisans.
Z.S textiles has the fabulous Maheen Karim at the helm again this summer for their lawn collection and she capitalises on the bohemian mood with almost an ode to Pucci. The free-spiritedness of hippie culture meets exotic vibrant patterns that are sometimes abstract sometimes folksy in inspiration. Folk is also right on trend with what is happening on international catwalks this season and while the Z.S textiles collection doesn’t feature craft-work per se its marketing campaign shows folk referencing that captures the current fashion climate perfectly.
Moroccan patterns feature prominently along vivacious floral motifs that bloom untethered. There are brilliant middle-eastern shades of pistachio, plum and ebony. This is not a wallflower collection; it will catch the eye of those who are looking to make a fashionable statement and will turn heads with it riveting, forceful tones.
The style ethos of the collection is very much in keeping with Maheen Karim’’s own design impulse, which has always favoured boldness and opulence. So if you’re looking to add some vitality and spark to your wardrobe this summer – look no further than this bohemian rhapsody of a collection.
And while you’re checking out the three-piece suits from Z.S Textiles look to complete the look by matching it with a bright pair of beaded or sequinned earrings from Chapter 13 and then look at some colourful, folksy sandals from Soma.
Z.S Textiles at https://www.studiobytcs.com/collections/z-s-textiles
Chapter 13 at https://www.studiobytcs.com/collections/chapter-13
Soma at https://www.studiobytcs.com/collections/soma
Then you’ll be ready for your selfie!
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