Sunday, 16 October 2011

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Feast your eyes on the latest bridal and fashion collection from designer boutique Zeba'ish. It's all so chic you'll be spoilt for choice... Viya magazine gained a sneak preview of designer Firoza Pathan's latest catwalk collection for 2012.

 The Bridal Collection

This range will focus upon countoured cuts that are well tailored and proportioned, showing off hour-glass shapes well away from the boxy block cuts of yesteryear. 'Painting with fabric' is the new buzz pharse to describe an outfit's multiple tonal effects - in this particular outfit the empahsis is on embroidery and embellishment.

The party lengha suits

Zeba'ish are now featuring a collection of vivid fantastical pinks, reds and orange garments that are blended with metallic rusts. The range is designed to be appealing and versatile and will include any lengths from the modest mini to the maxi, in addition the hot shades will be made to fit all shapes.

The Anarkali & Churidar combination

A playful fusion range takes centre-stage with ornate kimkhab brocades all gorgeously hand-embroidered-and occasionally paired with primary brights. Versatile mini dress/churider sets equal outfit investments designed to be worn more than one way.

Catch the light in this latest iridescent fabric that adds shimmer and shine. Used in the collection for creating lenghas, anarkalis and formal gowns that are overlaid with rich effects from crystal brooches and hangings to decorative panels and velvet patchwork.

From the left - Anarkali with antique embroidery and crystalwork. Romanantic red chiffon dress with self print skirt and antique embroidery. Finally a decorative scarlet sari of antique embroidery.

The talented fashion designer Firoza Pathan and models share the spotlight at the catwalk show.

By Natasha Manilal