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What to Expect this FPW2014 - Ali Xeeshan

Ali Xeeshan, a renowned name in the fashion industry, and one of my personal favorite designers who always amazes with vibrant and unique designs and cuts.

About Ali Xeeshan:
Ali Xeeshan is predominantly a couture designer specializing in formal and bridal wear and is now offering a diffusion prĂȘt line. His design philosophy is to treat each outfit as an individual piece of art. Drawing inspiration from a strong cultural heritage and blending it with international trends, using unusual shades with complete command over the palette, he used high-end, luxurious fabrics, merged with both unconventional embellishment techniques, and mastered with both traditional and contemporary cuts.





Ali Xeeshan shared a Sneak Peek about his collection.
The line features the figural and narrative subjects inspired by the murals and artists working for the Oriental Royal Courts. The sultry pieces are tailored from the scriptum of nature, celebrating festivity and romanticism. The ideographs are evolved from Dynasties and Medieval Epoch!
The stirring color palette, strikes the chords in booming citrus cocktails and aromas of fresh farms. The silhouettes are mounted in florescent drapes and meticulous forms of birds and flowers. 
The alluring cuts and crafts of flora and fauna teamed in exaggerated volumes are mystic and inject spiritualism of Buddhist Monts. The collection speaks volumes of effortless graces and jazzes up the sophistication of metropolitan!

I was intrigued by the name "Jalaal", which has a very powerful meaning, which means a powerful collection. From the name of the collection, we are likely to see something vibrant, artistic and colorful. I'm all set to see Ali Xeeshan's collection is always thrilling and different from what a person would think of. Ali Xeeshan's collection "Jalaal" will be showcased on the 2nd day of FPW2013, i.e. 20th February. Are you? For live tweets and peek about the designers showcasing the work, follow me on twitter. Search for hashtag #FPWS2014.

Rabeeyah.

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