The latest offerings for Bridal Wear in Pakistan have been debuted, and there’s much to inspire. Culture Trip selects the stunning wedding dresses and accessories that all brides-to-be should have on their radar.
Considered to be the maestro of Bridal Wear in Pakistan, Hassan Sheheryar Yasin (HSY) is known for marrying traditional techniques with contemporary styles. One of the founders of the Pakistan Fashion Design Council [PFDC], HSY bridal collection 2016 offers ornate, decorative and one-of-a-kind pieces for grooms and brides-to-be.
Founded in 2008, Mariam’s Bridal Salon offers bespoke bridal services in Lahore. Each piece is ornate, highly decorative and unique – perfect for those looking for a more modern and individual design.
Founded in 2006, Élan has become renowned in Pakistan thanks to its luxurious bridal wear that offers tasteful, fitted designs. Creative director Khadijah Shah has made her mark on the house with her attention to detail and modern silhouettes.
Uzma’s Bridal Salon in Lahore is a one-stop destination for all bridal make-up, consultancy and treatments. The best place to go for an elegant and refined look before your wedding.
Known for his use of colour and for imbuing Pakistani Bridal Wear with a more vibrant, modern aesthetic, Nomi Ansari has become renowned on the Pakistan fashion scene since the designer launched the brand in 2001. The designs are perfect for those looking for a colourful, modern wedding design, and customers can choose from bespoke pieces or ready-to-wear.
Revered couturier Fahad Hussayn is known for his ability to blend history, art, architecture and a diverse range of cultures into his designs. The intelligent approach to his creations has seen the designer nominated for the prestigious Lux Style Awards.
Combining old craft with modern ideas, Misha Lakani creates elegant, timeless bridal wear that still uses traditional techniques such as Aari and Zardozi. Launched in 2012, the brand specialises in both ready-to-wear and couture. “Our customer is a global nomad and knows that geography is no boundary to style” says Misha, who was nominated for the renowned International Woolmark Prize for 2015/2016.