Lately, Pakistani fashion designers have been talked about globally for one good reason. Their exemplary designs and unmatched creations have take the fashion stage worldwide with a storm and are being embraced by women and men everywhere. The exquisite embroideries and the eloquent design sensibilities reflect in every piece created by these artists, and thus it’s imperative that we know about them. Here is a list of every Pakistani designer that a bride to be or a fashion savvy lady needs to check out.

1. The House Of Kamiar Rokni

One of the premier fashion design houses in Pakistan, The House of Kamiar Rokni’s designs reflect art, culture and imagination in their work. Led by a triumvirate – Kamiar Rokni, Tia Noon and Rehan Bashir represent the old world charm along with the a modern interpretation of the traditional heritage. Bright hues combined with elegant textures is what they are known for.

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Image Source: The House of Kamiar Rokni

2. Fahad Hussayn

Fahad Hussayn specializes in the highest level of luxury bridal couture, his architectural designs combined with the love for rich tapestries and intense neutrals makes him a favorite of many a celebrity across the world. The handcrafted embellishments combined with a spectrum of unique colors gives the bespoke ensembles a beautiful spin, making it drool-worthy.

Image Source: Fahad Hussayn

Image Source: Fahad Hussayn

3. Ammara Khan

Ammara Khan is popularly known for her delicate approach to designs and her love for ornate regalia. Glamorous pieces with bling stones, scalloped edges, cutwork jackets and sheer organzas are what defines her style. Ideal for the princess bride, her work stands out, giving every woman a chance to dream while wearing one of her creations on her big day.

Image source- Ammara Khan

Image source: Ammara Khan

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4. Nomi Ansari

Nomi Ansari’s bridal collection is an epitome of vibrant hues, marvellous work of embellishments and innovative designs. The play of colors combined with the luxurious silhouettes is for the bride who knows her scarlet from her crimson. Highlighted textures combined with versatile patterns in fabric, you’ll be able to identify a Nomi Ansari bride from far away!

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Image Source: Nomi Ansari

5. Faraz Manan

It’s impossible to take your eyes off the gorgeous Bollywood diva Kareena Kapoor flaunting this lovely red and gold embellished lehenga. Faraz Manan is known for his exclusive work of crystal embellishments along with unconventional layering and cutwork. His designs are inspired by travel, lifestyle, architecture and they speak of elegance and grace. The long tailed lehengas in silver are our favorite.

Image Source: Faraz Manan

Image Source: Faraz Manan

6. HSY by Hassan Sheheryar Yasin

Hassan Sheheryar Yasin is a legendary name in the fashion industry with an experience of about two decades. His collection represents the rich cultural heritage of the East, the embroidery is all about clean-cut Pakistani and middle-eastern sprinkled with western influences and  heavy embellishments. If you’re buying an HSY, you know you’re buying the best of Asian fashion innovation!

Image Source: HSY by Hassan Sheheryar Yasin

Image Source: HSY by Hassan Sheheryar Yasin

7. Bunto Kazmi

Bunto Kazmi has been in the Pakistan fashion industry for over four decades now. Handcrafted from scratch, her designs are neither extravagant nor too flashy. There’s a certain finesse and reality to her designs that a bride needs for her big day. Bridal long shirts with lehengas worked with heavy hand embroidery is quite popular amongst her brides.

Image Source: Bunto Kazmi

Image Source: Bunto Kazmi

8. Ali Xeeshan

Talking about whimsical beauty, we land up at Ali Xeeshan’s collection. The way the different elements come together in his collection is simply extraordinary. From pop of neon blended with pearls and sequins in silks, the bride who dreams about the most surreal outfits will find their way to exploring this designer’s couture. We surely are in love with the works.

Image Source: Ali Xeeshan

Image Source: Ali Xeeshan

9. Sana Safinaz

Sana Safinaz headed by Sana Hashwani and Safinaz Muneer is one of the most popular labels in Pakistan. When it comes to the designs, their bridal collection named Belle Epoque goes beyond the conventional boundaries of bridal wear, it signifies a timeless era of romance revolving around a regal colour palette whites, deep reds, beiges adorned with heavy detailed embellishments and speaks of confidence and poise fit for today’s women!

Image Source: Sana Safinaz

Image Source: Sana Safinaz

10. Rano’s Heirlooms

Rano’s Heirlooms doesn’t believe in ‘on trend’ fashion, she creates something that is here to stay and enduring in the long run. There’s a fusion of fabrics and textures in a single outfit, each garment from her bridal collection can even be worn as separates. Keeping the roots attached to the culture and heritage of the historian era, her collection is perfect for a typical Pakistani bride!

Image Source:  Rano’s Heirlooms

Image Source: Rano’s Heirlooms

11. Shehla Chatoor

Shehla Chatoor has become famous for her eclectic taste and artistic sense. Shehla merges Zardozi, and Mukaish techniques with age old Gara embroidery in her work to create masterpieces. Her design ideology is based on the philosophy of reconstructing old into relevant pieces. The perfect reception and cocktail outfits are easy to find at Shehla in trendy silhouettes.

Image Source: Shehla Chatoor

Image Source: Shehla Chatoor

12. Misha Lakhani

Misha Lakhani is known for fusing contemporary silhouettes with Mughal influence art. Her bridal collection revolves around sharp royal hues and textures along with delicate embellishments like Jaipuri Gota. Enamoured in rich fabrics like velvet, satin and crepes, you’ll fall in love with the revitalizing feel in the outfits.

Image Source: Misha Lakhani

Image Source: Misha Lakhani

13. Elan

Elan by Khadija Shah has become one of the leading fashion houses in Pakistan and has been showcased by most impressive fashion magazines all over the world. Khadija Shah focuses on feminine cuts and styles in deep colors and the reincarnation of traditional patterns in a new found way makes Elan a must have choice for every contemporary bride.

Image Source: Elan

Image Source: Elan

14. Sania Maskatiya

Sania Maskatiya is known for her versatile digital prints on pure fabrics. The collection is quite unique and consists of intricate threadwork techniques of Zardosi, Aari and shimmering textures in the most spectacular colour combinations. The sarees from Sania’s are something you cannot miss out on when you are planning your trousseau.

Image Source: Sania Maskatiya

Image Source: Sania Maskatiya

15. Deepak Perwani

Having emerged as one of the most coveted designers in Pakistan, erstwhile actor Deepak Perwani has incorporated his own sense of style in his designs. Many grooms and brides opt for an ensemble by Deepak for the consistency and the elegant detailing in both his men and women couture. The traditional work combined with the modish interpretations gives his collection a fresh twist.

Image Source: Deepak Perwani

Image Source: Deepak Perwani

16. Maria B

Maria B’s designs transcend into the simplest outfit that she creates. From bridal to embroidered fabrics, there is so much to choose from, you could get lost but be certain, you’ll not go back empty handed, for there is so much to explore. Her bridal avatar reveals the beauty of embroidered textures and deep yet fluid colors.

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Image Source: Maria B

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