Ammara Khan Bridal Wear Designs 2015 - PFDC Bridal Week'14 Collection

Following Zara Shahjahan, The designer Ammara Khan had tried to deliver a range on the runway of PFDC Bridal Week 2014-2015 Day-2; that easily capture everyone's mind and soul. And when she showcased Bridal Wear 2015 - which was titles as "The winter Palace" - then everyone has admired her creativity and luxury idea. Ammaras bridal dresses was inspired by Russian Tsarina celebrations and she followed Russian opulent and royal appeal in traditional designs of Pakistan. Her collection was consist on jacket suits, tapered trousers, floor length gowns, skirts, A line tunics and Sarees in which volume, luxe, and funky effects was prominent. She had emphasized bridal dresses on silk brocades, net velvet and organza that has been highlighted with french laces, exquisite handicrafts and silver and gold embroideries. She had widely used crystals, stones, beads to revive old age art with contemporary appeal. The colors and contrast which Ammara Khan had picked for Bridal wear designs was based on festive colors of history or ancient era such as rich gold, soft pastels, silvers, amber, coral, ivory, Prussian blue and taupe. However, Ammara Khan had also spread allure, glamour and elegance on the runway with history. She had proven that being old or new is not necessary to be successful; actually creativity matters to get vertical growth.
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