Rizwan Beyg’s truck art from Pakistan steals the show at Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014

Working with rural communities that empower women, Rizwan Beyg’s collection incorporated the soft, feminine, romantic feel that will appeal to women who long for aesthetically designed ensembles. Inspiration for Rizwan was the very colourful truck art, which Pakistan is known for.

Rizwan Beyg, Lakme Fashion Week

Using the many designs and colours of this very quirky form for a variety of garments like jackets, pants, tops, waistcoats, skirts and accessories; Rizwan offered a characteristic style statement of his country. The elegant clean lines reflected the contemporary touch in his garments, which paid homage silently to not only the Pakistani woman but the global buyers. Presenting a funky line called “Digitruck”, which also included jewellery, shoes and bags, the collection was a riot of colours on the ramp.

Rizwan Beyg, Lakme Fashion Week

Tiered miniskirts, white bustier, asymmetric dress, off- shoulder dhoti jumpsuit, orange flared top with satin printed sharara, and printed corset with blue flapper pants were all fun filled offerings for the young at heart. The empire line georgette cover off- shoulder blouse, tiered maxi drop waist printed corset dress and the will-power asymmetric gown with a long trail looked striking on the catwalk.

Rizwan Beyg, Lakme Fashion Week

Men’s wear had as much colour as that of the women’s creations with printed pants, jackets and waistcoats stealing the show.   Great fun for any time wear is what Rizwan Beyg offered with his “Digitruck” collection to the trendy dressers who want something that has style with loads of traditional inputs.

Rizwan Beyg, Lakme Fashion Week

I just loved this collection. How about you?

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