Huma Adnan showcased her new collection ‘Tales of Dheradun’ at FPW 2018. Inspired by the ethereal bridal aesthetic of the bygone times, the collection featured warm, solid colors that exuded a rustic look. The work and embellishments were made from appliques and gota work which was reminiscent of the beautiful culture and heritage of the designer’s home town. An expert in fusion clothing, Huma Adnan amalgamated timeless pieces in a reimagined manner. The collection showcased Huma Adnan’s signature pops of colour and added a contemporary spin on the traditional lehnga choli. Each piece in this collection had a voice of its own and told a story of culture, tradition and beauty.
Alongside beautiful ethnic ensembles, the models strutted the ramp sporting ‘Craft Stories’ accessories, exclusive pieces made by refugees around the world in collaboration with UNHCR Pakistan. Traditional work in ‘gota’ and ‘zardozi’ adorned the outfits with a touch of subcontinental heritage. The model sister duo Noor and Sarah Khan opened and ended the show respectively.