Designer Ali Xeeshan Launched Enchanting Collection Ijaazat


Pakistan's designer Ali Xeeshan, famous for his distinctive signature style, recently launched his hypnotic collection Ijaazat to attract the traditionalists.

From traditional red lehnga choli with gold work to a white long shirt with golden detail, and from thickly embroidered saris to men’s sherwanis with elaborate embellishment, Ali Xeeshan’s design concept draws inspiration from the global village that we live in and its impact on our lives. This collection solely focuses on a synthesis of distinctive patchwork designs inspired from different ends of the world.

The flamboyant hues adorned with classical jewel work, Ijaazat depicts the global village that we reside in today that has blurred the lines between culture and people. It is an amalgamation of a fusion of east, west and everything that runs deep within the digital age. Ali Xeeshan has brought to life subtle details while creating a marvelous twist with his unique designs that play along with diverse colors and flawless fabrics. 

The broad strokes of neatness redefine the era of Pakistani couture starting right from marvelous dupattas to unconventional draped lehngas, the use of uncut semi precious stones, hand crafted gota and threads make it outstanding. This collection focuses on handmade textures and various embellishments like beautiful bows have been adorned on various outfits.

The splendid array of different shades put together in a picturesque assortment in one outfit with innumerable designs is one of the most fascinating things about this collection. The idea of conquering the digital divide that has evaporated culture, creativity and ingenuity, Ali Xeeshan wants to break free and help designers and other artists to set their own paces and patterns for originality. 

The rich fabrics like silk, velvet and brocade, print marrying embroidery along with intricately designed floral with peasant stripes and scallops dominate the collection. In his own words Ali Xeeshan said, “This collection is especially close to my heart because it aims to tackle a contemporary problem faced to many people these days. Our happiness is dependent on seeking permission of others and that is what I have based this collection on. ” 


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