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QMobile Hum Bridal Couture Week 2017- Bridal Dresses Collections Day 2

QMobile Hum Bridal Couture Week- Bridal Dresses Collections

The mesmerising display of colours didn’t come to an end after the first day celebrations of QHBCW 14th Edition. It was indeed promising for the days to come. With double, the rate of excitement HUM TV brought back its star back to the ramp keeping that “Sweet Touch.” An array of new apparels was waiting to be showcased under the spotlights. However, this day brought forth the work of some other eminent designers of the industry who unicolor query reflected the true Bridal colours in all its eastern ways. The audience was stunned with the spellbound walk of the showstoppers who set the stage on fire with their performance.The exhilarating day 2 was set to a start with the exquisite bridal couture designed by Mansoor Akram which was followed by the work of Ayesha Usman. We will discuss in details the latest bridal dresses collections of day 2.


QMobile Hum Bridal Couture Week 2017- Bridal Dresses Collections Day 2

The exciting day 2 was set to a start with the exquisite bridal couture designed by Mansoor Akram which was followed by the work of Ayesha Usman, Fiaka Karim and Uzma Babar. Show 2 of the day brought the real fashion deal to the floor with outclass eastern couture designed by Fahad Hussayn. Ahmed Sultan’s fine work was also brought to the show. The day’s Finale was not that simple as per the expectations of the audience.  It ended with special segments featuring Classic Red in the Bridal Couture. The entire walk was arranged to showcase the work of many renowned artists including Ali Xeeshan, Tena Durrani, Sania Maskatiya, Elan, Faraz Manan among others. Lets have a look on the astonishing bridal dresses collections and show stoppers!


Talking about the biggest extravaganza of the year, how we can forget the stars of the evening. That’s right, like day 1, this night also shimmered through the lights of our eminent fashion celebrities. The stage was set to be all majestic with our Divas flaunting in and out, in exquisite Bridal outfits collections. Out of all the appearances made to the ramp, few showstoppers stunned the audience with their fantastic outlooks, so let’s have a glance.


Donning into the magnificent dress designed by Uzma Babar, Syra Shehroz sparked the red in regal. From the charms of her smile to the bangs of her hair, everything added a delight to the wardrobe.

Uzama Baber- QMobile Hum Bridal Couture Week (5)


Ms Sarhadi when walked in the wrap style waist belt Bridal dress in soft ivory and maroon, no gaze was left to be amazed. Her traditional heavy jewellery added volumes to her look.

Zhalay Sarhadi as Show Stopper in QHBCW


As she appeared in the beautiful Bridal dress designed by Fiaka Karim, she seemed like an emblem of the eastern beauty. It was femininity merged with sheer elegance, both in one.

Aiza Khan for Faika Karim (1)


Fahad Hussayn’s finest pieces of the collection were showcased by the lovely Mehwish Hayat and Azfar Rehman. The combination of beige with ivory and gold in their apparels paired them well together.

Mehwish Hayat & Azfar rehman at QHBCW

MR & MRS MANI (Hira & Mani):

One of the most adorable couple of the industry, also shows stopped in their unique style. Their chemistry is still loved on the stage as it is love. They donned into a mesmerising creation of Ahmed Sultan.

Hira & Mani at QHBCW


The lovely girl with a lovely heart also set a stage to fire with her amazing performance, the way she flaunted her dress and her sweet charms. It was worth admiring.

Neelum Munir


Here I am showcasing the designer’s gallery of day 2. And their latest bridal dresses collections at #QHBCW17!

Designer's Gallery Day 2 at QMobile Hum Bridal Couture Week 2017


“Amina Yasmeen” was one highly contrasting series of apparels designed by Mansoor. He pulled some string by infusing soft pastel hues in most of the dresses in womenswear. For men, he went for something bold and manly and chose for darker shades of colours. Traditional Lehengas and western inspired maxis were the real deal of his collection which was finely embedded with bolts of work in ivory and silver.


The alluring sparkles of their couture stunned the audience. The use of fabrics, the tasteful use of Zari and Zardozi over flared Lehengas, tops and Dupattas proved to be enticing. The collection was named to be “Enchanted Garden” for all the right reasons. The style was immaculate in every sense as they kept it monochromatic in theme.


Faika’s promising new collection was miraculous for many possible reasons; firstly it has the touch of that traditional ethnicity which all the brides would love to carry. Moreover, she chose the perfect palette to design this series and threw some amazing blends like the rich maroon with ivory, gold, and beige. Pastel greens, hints of silver and peachy orange were also the part of her amazing collection.


Uzma’s collection had the multiplicity of styles, be it Peplum designs, the crop tops with flannel lehengas, the wrap belt style or the funky Sharara pants, everything was there to admire. The entire series was set to the spicy red and maroon tone coupled with beige and ivories. She made use of intricate embroideries with shimmering pearls and studs.


A Shift from rich maroon to the eye captivating ivory was evident in “Dara Shikah Aur Sunchri Churail” Collection by Fahad Hussayn. He idealised the cultural diversity of our historical eras and brought it out in the spotlight. His selection for pairing hues, dimensional embroideries and elegant styling was quite challenging. He used jamawar for men’s in inspiring new hues and prints. Sherwanis were coupled with drapes of Jamawar used along.


Lastly the “Kingdom of Allums” studded the stage as Sunita Marshal walked in wearing classic by Ahmed Sultan. Front slit, double layered Maxis, frocks, lehengas and tops with metallic belts were the distinguishing features of his collection. His creativity put a great end to the show and the day by setting up a soft mood in the atmosphere.

Image Credits: Movie Shoovy, Ebuzz Today & HUM TV.

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