2000s in fashion - Wikipedia
Wardha Saleem has proven to be one of the most consistently creative talents in our young fashion industry. The designer who is also the CEO of Fashion Pakistan Council is a textile scientist who lives and breathes blending beautiful colors and inventing dynamic print play.
Wardha was applauded for her brilliance as a master of print during the initial craze over digital prints. Since then she has grown into a full fledged fashion artist working with all sorts of eastern techniques from the most traditional gota craft to laser cut work fabric play. Her modern printed silk saris are to die for and the designer knows how to match a pattern to silhouette to achieve maximum aesthetics.
Her love for print extends to lawn for which she has been collaborating with Shariq Textiles over quite a few years now. Bold and fearless hues and fun motifs define her lawn. Her newest venture is Bridal Couture and she showcased her debut capsule at PFDC Bridal Fashion Week in 2014. Expanding on her passion for all things fashion, Wardha's bridal range owns festive colors and delves into traditional wholesome hand works. Thread work is an important feature of her bridals along with classic embellishments.
Her fashion week showcases are always amongst the most eagerly awaited of any lineup with the most recent - ' The Lotus Song' charming audiences with summer fresh candy hues and delicious soft prints in Ikat and nature. Flamingoes danced on her saris and gota mixed with colorful and shimmering bead work on stunning capes.
Wardha will soon be opening her new pret and bridal studio in Karachi. She is currently stocking her pret wear at leading multibrand stores in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad and is available for appointments for orders on her luxury pret and bridals.