This year’s line-up included Ali Xeeshan, Faiza Samee, Kamiar Rokni and Elan, alongside a couple of Indian labels.
The final day of PLBW was what fashion week is about – style and star quality.
While the event is picking up momentum on the ramp, off the runway the energy leaves much to be desired.
Though the opening saw a lack of energy, both showcases ended on high notes.
It’s just the second episode and Coke Studio is already a highlight to look forward to every Saturday.
Brides to be and fashion enthusiasts everywhere take note, here’s a sneak peek at some of the upcoming collections.
Afia Nathaniel talks about challenges during the filming of Dukhtar and the dearth of female feature film directors.
The tracks manage to strike a balance between commercial appeal and staying true to what makes Coke Studio so unique.
Fawad is the spoonful of sugar that makes the slightly bitter Milli medicine go down in an utterly delightful way.
More than 45 Pakistani brands and designers are participating in this cross-border forum.
Kambakht is the first step in a directorial journey which he hopes to culminate by making a film on Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.
Our girl looks gorgeous, but she needs to flip her collar back and work on those dance moves.
Is it really so bad that a few Indian films have Pakistani actors in them?