Bridal Asia- a typical fashion extravaganza has provided a platform to budding and well established designers across the subcontinent to showcase their talent and showcase the South Asian culture. Ace designers like Raghvendera Rathore, Bahiravi Jaikishan, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Meera and Muzaffar Ali showcased their collections on the second day. Maintaining the universal appeal of fashion, the show conquered the myriad moods of a bride with deftly defined cross- border fashion and eloquent cross-border culture. Pakistani models shared their catwalk with the renowned Indian models. The models believe that the fashion communication is sure to create history between the two countries as they share a common culture. "I think fashion has been a huge platform on which the two countries have taken steps in the same direction. Because fashion is something, which really doesn't have borders, doesn't have boundaries," said Nadia Hussain, Pakistani Model.
Mehreen Syed, another Pakistani model swayed down the fashion runway with aope in her heart that the borders would blur someday reuniting the two countries.
"It is from the core of my heart that I want India and Pakistan should become one. The way Pakistani fashion industry is heading and by God's grace fashion weeks are now being organized in Pakistan also. And designers from India are even coming there and we hope more response in future," said Syed.
10 years of devotion to niche craft, highlighting the facets of the proud heritage of South Asia has made Bridal Asia the Mecca of Bridal wear.
Earlier, many renowned designers and gorgeous models from Pakistan had made heads turn.