Style Icon: Iman Pasha raises the bar for edginess

Iman Pasha has cracked the code of what looks good on a particular body type.

Momina Sibtain September 22, 2012


Iman Pasha is a style institution. From her philosophy to her execution, this stylist has her game sorted. Half the trick is in cracking the code of what looks good on a particular body type.

If you can dress well according to your body type, then you have sorted half your wardrobe issues out. Pasha understands and works accordingly with different body types. Her company offers bespoke packages for her clients coming from different walks of life. “I work with all sorts of budgets and all sorts of wardrobe malfunctions,” says Pasha.

Besides having an impeccable personal style and a knack for identifying one-off pieces, Pasha has also been published by various publications around the globe. Here she talks to The Express Tribune about her innate style and her most essential fashion items.

The stylist starts off with an accessory that has more sentimental value than anything else. “One of my all time favourites is my vintage Rolex that my father gave me,” says Pasha.

The idea behind Pasha’s style is to make even the most mundane item look edgy and fashionable. She quotes her love for over-size shirts and white T-Shirts. Her list of favourite items includes box clutches, red lips and experimental up-dos. Whilst she loves sky high heels for the night, Pasha likes to stick to brogues and unusual flats for the day time along with her per sol sunnies.

What is remarkable about Pasha is her ability to put together simple items and raise the bar for edginess. She has mastered the skill of transforming something ordinary into extraordinary.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 23rd, 2012.

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Amina | 9 years ago | Reply

I love her style. it is fun and fresh

kiran | 9 years ago | Reply

she is terrible.

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