Dolled up in rich colors of tradition, little models came playing on the ramp in miniature Mughal pieces that enthralled the onlookers and probably other designers as well.
With a price tag ranging from Rs. 2000 to Rs. 12000 and catering to ages from three months to 12 years, Azwer’s kids’ collection is essentially formal wear, which incorporates Kurtas, Anghrakhas and Ghagras with fine embroidery and color palette ranging from ivory to gold to pastels.
Interesting motifs like a robot embossed on the back of a kurta, embroidered truck art on the front pocket make the collection a little more interesting and perfect for kids. Besides, Each piece can ingeniously be replicated for an adult version and Azwer admits that often they are sold in sets for parents and children.
At Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC) Sunsilk Fashion Week, Nida Azwer celebrated life by bringing children from Save Our Souls (SOS) village on the ramp.