On our radar: July 31, 2016

Published: July 31, 2016
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Diva’ni

On the 5th of August, India’s first cinema-inspired fashion brand is heading to Pakistan. Diva’ani will be launching its first couture flagship store on MM Alam Road in Lahore. Diva’ni seeks to portray the common heritage Pakistan and India have in terms of culture, cuisine, values, music, film, fashion, and sport — because, after all, we are all part of the same big picture. To learn more about the brand, visit Facebook.com/divanicouture

Core

Staying in shape has become easier with the opening of Core in Karachi. The modern gym with a breathtaking view is located at Ocean Mall. It offers a range of workout options such as kickboxing, TRX and even yoga to name a few, but if you are looking for a more personalized method of training the gym also offers personal training. For more information call 021-35166554 or visit their website, www.corekarachi.com

Emporium Mall

Nishat Emporium Mall recently opened its doors in Lahore. This 11-story mall is said to be the biggest in Pakistan, offering merchandise from over 200 brands. And just when we thought it couldn’t get better, we hear a nine-screen multiplex cinema will also be opening shortly inside the mall. For more information, call 042-32592000.

Super PokéExpress

The new craze for the game ‘Pokémon Go’ has caused Super Savari Express to launch Super PokéExpress. If you are interested in catching rare Pokémons all around Karachi then this is definitely the bus for you. Tickets are being sold at Rs1,500. Snacks will be provided and are free of cost. To book your tickets contact 0300-8262007 or visit Facebook.com/supersavariexpress

Golden Chick

Although relatively new on the fried chicken scene, there is a lot of positive buzz surrounding Golden Chick. We’re looking forward to trying their ‘Signature Fried Chicken’ this summer, and for Karachites who find themselves at Dolmen Mall, you should too! Contact 0300-8253868 or visit Facebook.com/goldenchick.pk for more details.

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