KARACHI Style360 Bridal Couture Week in association with J&S, brought the week to a close in a magnificent way. In keeping with the bold and challenging initiative it had taken up of changing the set everyday there were red chandeliers on the first day, and egg-shaped lamps and chandeliers on the second the ramp was decorated with a profusion of red roses and different chandeliers, with white cut-out roses adorning the stage. The show organised by Style360 and sponsored by Pantene opened with Karachis home-grown Deepak Perwani, one of the well-reputed and brilliant fashion designers of Pakistan is a name that requires no introduction. His product line includes bridal wear, bridal accessories and saris. Deepak Perwani never follows the traditional or ongoing fashion statement of the country; rather he makes 'his own. He showcased his latest collection of bridal wear, which was a treat to watch. Reem Abbasi and Amna Kardar came in next. Reem Abbasi is an Islamabad-based jewellery designer who produces not only modern, high fashion jewellery but also intricate and traditional pieces from Pakistans rich culture. She considers designing jewellery as an opportunity to make her abstract ideas tangible. Her inspiration is her passion for fashion. Her collection showcased on Sunday night was all about playful nostalgia. Marking the end of this first segment was none other than the famous designer Shaiyanne Malik. Shaiyanne is an artist whose canvas encompasses the entire spectrum of Pakistani fashion. She launched her fashion label over twenty years ago, attaining fame overnight, particularly for her bridal couture. In this glitzy and fast-paced world of fashion, SamanZar remains a brand to be reckoned with. Models presenting her bridal collection received huge applause from the audience. Segment 2 of Day 3 was opened by Faraz Manan. Sundas and Faraz Manan are one of the emerging and shining names of the local fashion world. Their brand Rouge is about modern silhouettes with an eastern touch embellished to give a vintage look incorporating local fabrics. Inspired by their mother and designer Memoona Manan, the brother and sister duo, is working on couture and bridal wear, and establishing their name both nationally and internationally. Saba La came in next. Saba Waseem is a designer who discovers the hidden beauties of traditional designs and blends them into modern sensibilities. She was the next to present her creations. Saba believes in creating original designs and they are mostly influenced by nature. Lahores famous designer Mehdi closed the evening. Mehdi, the designer whose designs successfully combine elegance and sophistication of yesteryear and dynamism and funk of today fulfil the unique vision of tomorrow, a vision that is modern yet elegant, unconventional and unseen. The collection from the maestro celebrated freedom and innocence in a very glamorous and distinctive way. Earlier on the second day, the top designers who showcased their creations included Mona Imran, Shireen Hassan, Lahores famous Lajwanti, Zainab Sajid and Hajra Hayat.