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Fact Sheet - PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week





Fact Sheet
PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week


Please find below:


  • Information on PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week
  • List of participating designers.
  • List of participating jewellery designers.
  • List of participating make-up artists.
Note: Please do not hesitate to contact us for any queries regarding the PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week

  • PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week is the official name of the week. Please do not use any alternate name for this week of fashion when referencing it in print/online/on-air.
  • 18th - 21st December 2011 are official Bridal Week dates.
  • PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week will feature 12 designers, 3 jewellery designers and 5 make-up artists – a list is given below.
  • The first day will feature an exclusive style show by L’Oréal Paris Creative Consultant -Nabila
  • Production: FriehaAltaf – Catwalk Productions
  • Choreography: FriehaAltaf – Catwalk Productions
  • Styling and make-up: AtherShahzad, Depilex, Nabila and Toni&Guy.
  • Male model styling and make-up: KhawarRiaz
  • Event Coordination: The R Team
  • Set Design by HamzaTarrar of Casa Hamza
  • Public Relations: Lotus Client Management & Public Relations
  • Designer Quotes will be available to you through Lotus should this be so desired.
  • All official designer images of their past work/profile images are available directly through Lotus.

List of Participating Designers as of  13 December 2011

1.    Ali Xeeshan

2.    Asifa&Nabeel

3.    Emraan Rajput

4.    Fahad Hussayn

5.    Hassan SheheryarYasin [HSY]

6.    Karma

7.    Maria B

8.    NidaAzwer

9.    Rouge

10. Sara Rohale Asghar
11. Sonia Azhar

12. Umar Sayeed


List of Participating Jewellery Designers as of  13 December 2011
1.    Damas
2.    GOLD by Reama Malik
3.    Kiran Fine Jewellery


List of Participating Make-Up Artists as of 13 December 2011
1.    AtherShahzad
2.    Depilex
3.    Nabila
4.    Toni&Guy


Complete Male Model Make-up for all four days
1.    KhawarRiaz

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