Ayesha – Somaya.PHOTO:NEFER SEHGAL
Fashion Pakistan Week continues for second day with guest appearance by Bunto Kazmi.
what a contrast, on one hand Pakistan is burning and on other hand these half naked fashion shows , who are we ? are we the people who are protesting against Load shedding, law and order, mourning our 135soldiers or are we people sitting watching half naked fashion shows and pretending nothing is happening ?
@abdul…pakistan burns everyday, does that means we should stop breathing? textile industry needs a push which fashion weeks give it, you can cry about everything around you or work to get it done and over with it
Unfortunately whether you like it or not these fashion shows provide livelihood for a large number of Pakistanis from the set designer to the karigars. Now you stop them how who will they sustain themselves. They will just end up protesting alongside all others, breaking cars, burning effigies Is that what you want?! Let them earn a living and not be dependent on handouts!! Pakistan needs economic activity and our textile industry is putting up a resilient front on the back of all the things are going wrong elsewhere. If they start getting orders from outside, imagine the prosperity that can come to the impoverished people in the supply chain. Also at the end of the day everyone is responsible for the actions they take. They are adults, let them dress they want, stop chastising them because It does not make you a better muslim!
Day 2 Better than Day 1
a. No Shower Curtains
b. More clothes (no orange bras hanging out, Love that picture though ..she was HOT ) and great color combinations
c. A desi Touch .. I like
That’s all you see half naked women? No matter what life must goes on. No one is forcing you to see these half naked women.
hawt!! impressive work designers
where is this fashion show?
I was expecting few more in the men’s section. I am really confused these days of which design of formal wear should I choose.
ET is not only Liberal .but it is something out of religion, seems carrying very important mission
I may be old fashioned and I may not understand the concept of fashion designing … but will anyone be wearing these dresses in public or even at home … and what is the concept of the fashion if it is not as per your culture and traditions …. If this is the fashion and design then I think the time has come when we have lost our culture and traditions …
at-least… 2nd day brought some sobriety in the show……Recommend
interesting…so you guys think that models who have worked hard on themselves throughout their lives shouldn’t be allowed to flaunt their bodies! every profession has certain demands and even islam asks us to carry out our jobs with sincerity. don’t you think such derogatory remarks will discourage females to take up this profession!
every profession has certain demands and even islam asks us to carry out our jobs with sincerity
hehehehe…I can’t stop laughing, your comment made my day honey! So, would you say the same about robbers and prostitutes etc? After all that’s their profession! just saying….
Your argument makes no sense. Robbery and prostitution can be considered professions, but these are illegal. None of what I see going on here is a crime in any way whatsoever.
What’s the difference between people like you and those maulanas who term sania mirza’s act of playing tennis in a skimpy outfit unislamic? you surely wouldn’t expect her to play tennis in a hijab! the same rule applies here as well
agree with you. islam gives freedom, does not suffocate. and this freedom is not restricted to clothes but applies to education, career, raising kids, social interaction etc
All I can ask you both is to study Quran or atleast do some searching on the internet about the Islamic stand on these matters (vulgarity and freedom and rights in public) before hitting on others (calling them maulanas) and please dont become too IGNORANT to notice the wrongdoings happening. Its not about surviving in this world, its about keeping yourself clean for AKHIRAT and supporting these wrongdoings wont do good instead one must oppose it.
So walking half naked in public is better then prostitution and robbery. wow
wearing short dresses does not mean being half naked or vulgar, correct your concepts please
lolz, lot of dresses by the female models showing even not ready to wear…….no need to wear.Recommend
Why cant we promote our Culture, This is not what we represent.
@Hina: Kindly consult Islamic Scholar so that it can increase your knowledge.
If something is wrong then its wrong, its not in our blood to promote these kinda dresses or fashion.
This is the must watch video
Please wake up and consult any islamic scholar before its too late.We r muslim and thinking like this shame on us.
Pakistan is going down in every field, from these fashion shows we can boost up our fashion industry not textile, they are doing for their buyers correct i agreed but big chain stores in America , Canada, Europe are not showcasing their clothes except few. Textile industry boomed if we give electricity and Gas to our industry, thread price should decrease, lot of other problems as well, In textile lot of other thing are included not just bridal clothes, short skirts, tops, lingeries etc etc Recommend
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