Showcase 2012 became the first fashion week to kick off a series of such events in fashion centres Karachi and Lahore after what has been a back-to-back season of designer lawn launch events in both cities.

The platform of Showcase 2012 is a collaboration between fashion designer Rizwan Beyg and Sky Productions (Pvt) Ltd to establish a creative platform for young designers, models, musicians, photographers, event planners and for all those professionals working in fashion. – Photos by Agencies, text by Faisal Quraishi/Dawn

 

Featuring 29 Pakistani and seven foreign designers.
Featuring 29 Pakistani and seven foreign designers.
A rectangular ramp featured the opening designer Zaheer Abbas and his superlative collection titled
A rectangular ramp featured the opening designer Zaheer Abbas and his superlative collection titled 'Revenge' and inspired by vintage armour.
London-based Danish Waqeel showed his menswear with strong street fashion and influence by the classic designs based in London and larger Europe.
London-based Danish Waqeel showed his menswear with strong street fashion and influence by the classic designs based in London and larger Europe.
Anum Akhlaq, Birjees and Karin Yazdani showed their take on black ensembles and highly experimental wear that is typical of fashion students.
Anum Akhlaq, Birjees and Karin Yazdani showed their take on black ensembles and highly experimental wear that is typical of fashion students.
Wardah lawn showed its take on high Spring/Summer 2012 fashion.
Wardah lawn showed its take on high Spring/Summer 2012 fashion.
Wardah lawn showed its take on high Spring/Summer 2012 fashion.
Wardah lawn showed its take on high Spring/Summer 2012 fashion.
Pakistan Institute of Fashion design graduate Irfan Ali impressed all and soundly with his take on festivities and colour of Punjab with his version of the festival of Jamat. The segment had interesting ear wear crafted out of fine coloured yarn and footwear embellished with the same material.
Pakistan Institute of Fashion design graduate Irfan Ali impressed all and soundly with his take on festivities and colour of Punjab with his version of the festival of Jamat. The segment had interesting ear wear crafted out of fine coloured yarn and footwear embellished with the same material.

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