At the soft launch, Hisham Malik - a known name in haute couture – inaugurated his studio at the Labels Store with his intricately designed ready-to-wear line, ‘Zirah’. His collection offered a perfect blend of western and oriental cuts and received great appreciation from the visitors. Besides Hisham, the store also features Nickie Nina and Fahad Hussayn studios which attracted a lot of attention from the visitors.
Guests from different walks of life, including parliamentarians, thronged the store to show their support to the thriving fashion industry of the country. Senator Mushahid Hussain praised the entire team of Labels for all their efforts in setting up the new store. Also among the visitors was Senator Nuzhat Sadiq who admired the collection of designers at the store.
Offering a multitude of brands under one roof, Labels has been a valuable addition to the capital’s fashion scene; from casual day-wear to haute couture, the roving client is spoilt for choice.
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