This year, the L’Oréal Paris team will also redefine both bridal makeup and hair trends for the season using L’Oréal Paris Makeup and Excellence Crème products. The participating bridal week hair and make-up styling team for 17 will be N-Pro/NGENTs.
Indeed in continuation of the Beauty Meets Fashion platform each season, this year L’Oréal Paris Makeup collaborated with international makeup expert Saima Bargfrede to create and define distinct bridal makeup looks for the season. Additionally, L’Oréal Paris continues its engagement of the bridal week platform with their runway to point-of-sale collaboration, this year with Ali Xeeshan, on their critically acclaimed Excellence Crème Ambassador of Fashion platform which was revealed on the first day of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week.
Ahmad Sultan showcased his bridal collection titled ‘Secret Garden’ at the seventh edition of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week. The collection draws its inspiration from a beautiful coloured rose, Versilia. ‘Secret Garden’ incorporates a blend of traditional embroideries with modern 3D work and tassels on pure fabrics such as chiffon, net, organza, kamkhab, kundun zair, silk and jamawar. The color palette included soft hues mainly of grey. The silhouettes were customized for modern-day quirky bride. The collection consisted of 16 designs.
Faiza Saqlain showcased her bridal collection ‘Heer’ at the seventh edition of PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week in the early evening segment. Synonymous with beauty and elegance, the collection is an ode to the iconic Heer, who is present in woman even today, but perhaps more courageous.
The collection draws its inspiration from the transitional tale of Heer — from the real one, who was forced into wedlock, to the modern-day one, who takes charge of her own life. It incorporated a variety of techniques including the evergreen dabka, mukesh, tilla and contemporary 3D embellishments and cutworks, throughout the collection. The silhouettes were inspired by Heer’s traditional attire and are customized to cater to the women of all ages and tastes. The Punjabi culture was evident in bright hues such as mustard, shades of blue and red. The collection boasts luxe fabrics such as tissue, organza and raw silk to represent the theme and transition of the women and their style over a period of time.