ISLAMABAD - Glamorous models presenting fashion of East and West in exclusively designed apparels mesmerised the audience of twin cities at Fashion Gala 2012 held at a local hotel.

Emerging and established designers brought their cuts and styles on the ramps of federal capital with portrayal of talent being practiced in the field of modeling, designing and choreography. The show was an attempt to add creativity of young talent for promoting haute couture with increasing interest of people in the fashion industry of Federal capital.

The event was organized by Fashion World Pakistan in collaboration with leading brands of fashion related accessories. Fashion shows are considered as much-awaited events for fashion starved audience of twin cities as such events showcase upcoming trends and styles in the field of fashion, the organisers said while talking to APP on Sunday.

“These fashion events promote the countries’ finished products export and strengthen the countries’ fashion related cottage industries, “ said a participant. Designers and brands of the show included Princess Diaries, Libaas, Xclusive EDGE and other emerging and local brands.

Princess Diaries is all about beautiful styles of females that captures the imagination of style conscious people. It deals with innovative, edgy and offbeat ensembles that portray quintessential silhouette, fine tailoring and intricate surface design.

The design philosophy encompasses the modern day aesthetics with traditional concept of drapes that offer both the most contemporary attires and typical zari joras. Princess Diaries gather moments from life of a princess that lives inside every girl. It is about girly stuff and ideal princess gowns blended with Eastern traditions that relate their memories to childhood fairy tales and make them feel like a Princess.

The designs of Libaas were prepared with care showing a focus on bridal wear.

The styles were striking in their simplicity, elegant to the eye and vibrant in selection of color. While Xclusive EDGE portrayed dusty, vintage-inspired palettes to bold, spring colors.