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New Year Resolution 2019

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Chandni Ikhlas
(Editor at large The Daily Paperazzi): “Spread more love and kindness, and that’s a resolution we can all keep.”
Ali Rehman
(Actor): Instead of making a resolution, I just plan to get into 2019 full throttle and see what the year throws my way !!
Anusheh Asad:
“My new years resolution seriously need to be to take more pictures!! I’ve always been so lazy about taking pictures, specially my own. So there, that’s my new years resolution then!! Hope I follow through.”
Cybil
(Model): My new year resolution is to be more social with friends and family! Even though I’ve enjoyed spending more time with ME.. I think this next year time around colleagues, friends, and family would be a good idea.
Hareem
(Actor): Spend more time with my family.
Junaid Khan
(Actor): To be a better version of myself. Contribute in anyway possible towards giving awareness about how important human life is.
Mehek Saeed
(Stylist): #SelfLav in the words of baji.
Meher Tareen
(Publishing Editor Paperazzi): To be kinder to myself.
Mohsin Khawar
(Photographer): Be more kind, more generous, more real and travel more!
Ramsha
(Actor): Nowadays everyone is so hooked to their phones that they are almost addicted to it and often happen to miss out on life’s precious little things happening around them. Since I prefer living in the moment, my resolution for the coming year is to focus less on the digital screen and more on the world and the beauty it beholds in every moment.
Seyham Vahidy
(Publicist): I would like to treasure and celebrate precious relationships ❤ with my closest family and friends and be kind to my self so that I am much more kinder to others.
Shahroz Tariq
(Social Correspondent The Daily Paperazzi):
My new year resolution Is to live, love and go with the flow.
Sidra Iqbal:
To love myself unconditionally and uphold my boundaries unapologetically. It is my absolute resolve to cut of toxic people who dont build but break me. It is essential to creating a life of joy and fulfilment.
Simi Raheal
(Actor): Today I will be my finest ….this moment is the most important.
Sophiya Khan
(Influencer): My New Years Resolution is to give myself more time by slowing things down a little ✨ Life is a beautiful journey that shouldn’t be missed by moving too fast. I hope to spend more time with my family & more time focused on self awareness.
Strings
(Musician): Keeping doing what we love … giving our fans some great music!!
Tajwar Chaudhry
(Managing Editor Daily Paperazzi): To jump out of my comfort zone and be more accepting towards opportunities that come my way. This year I want to do anything and everything I want, free from the judgment of the world.
Wahaj Ali
(Actor): New year is the time to make some new changes and setting some goals, my resolution for this year is to accept yourself as you are.. as you see self acceptance is really important..just live your life, have as much faith as you can..it’s okay to be afraid, to be depress but talk to someone, take help, don’t let the fear to prevent you from moving forward, seek outside help.. breath it and let it go… Take care of each other specially those who are fighting a battle inside them… Be there for someone!! Life is precious so have faith and keep spreading love.
Yashma Gill
(Actor): That as an inspirational figure, I inspire people in ways that can help them be the best version of themselves.
Zubab Rana
My resolution for 2019 will be to immediately tackle things once I find fault or any lacking.

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House of Reshma: A Tribal Odyssey

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Pastel hues and dusky tones, with its flamboyance, jazzy color palette and impressionistic craft, House of Reshma’s unstitched khaddar collection “A Tribal Odyssey” is a Hamlet of sass, vibrance and snazz!

As a small token of our infinite gratefulness to women all over the world, House of Reshma presents its first collection, the first in a series to come. 
Every cut, every color has been tailor-made keeping the women of today in mind. The House of Reshma aims to do its tiny part in the lives of women everywhere by providing our very own durable and comfortable clothes that women can carry, wear and flaunt easily. Clothes that can always strike that balance between being fashionable and being practical. 

With a myriad of colors, The House of Reshma stands firm on designing womenswear that is not only a sight for sore eyes but it is also easy on the pockets, and which stands out from the rest with unmatched quality and customer service.

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Architecture Design Art Awards were held in Karachi

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The first Architecture Design Art (ADA) Awards 2018-19 were held at the Sindh governor House Karachi. The awards were focused on excellence and innovation within the field of design, arts and architecture. The president of Pakistan, Arif Alvi, also attended the occasion as the chief guest.     

The ceremony was hosted by RJ Khalid Malik while a special presentation by the stand-up comedian Shafaat Ali, the mesmerizing dance performance by Sohai Abro and a powerful act by the new sensation of our music scene, Khumariyaan were also the highlight of the night to change the mood of the event from continuous awards presentation.

The first ADA Awards were a recognition to the bunch of prominent and upcoming architectures, designers and artist of Pakistan who have performed with excellence and innovation in their crafts while keeping the social responsibility, environmental requirements and economic viability up at the same time while doing their work. Total 30 awards were given, 10 in the categories of Architecture and Design each and nine in the category of Art. A Lifetime Achievement Awards was also given to the legendary name in the field art and design, Salima Hashmi. The winners received the awards by the prominent personalities of the country like famous media personality, Javed Jabbar, President Hum Network, Sultana Siddiqi, art critique Marjorie Hussain, architecture and social scientist Arif Hasan, former chief of CPLC, Jamil Yousuf, veteran actor Javed Sheikh, and model and makeup artist Nadia Hussain.  

The jury for these awards included experts from both Pakistan and across the world representing countries such as UK, Turkey, Italy, Singapore, France, Lebanon and Iran. The jury members went through hundreds of submissions in 2 days to select the winners for each category. Categories are chaired by Shahid Sayeed Khan, Saima Zaidi, and Sameera Raja in the fields of Architecture, Design and Art respectively.

Maria Aslam, founding member of ADA magazine and creator of ADA Awards said on the occasion, ‘I am delighted to by the resounding success of our first ADA Awards and the efforts made by all the participant to submit such excellent work. I am humbled by the international jury that have lent their support and time to our cause. We are confident that this is just the beginning of a new journey to showcase the talent of Pakistan to the world,’

The ADA awards 1028-18 were officially launched in August last year by ADA magazine for professionals in Pakistan practicing in the fields of architecture, design and art. Launched in 2008, ADA is the only bi-monthly dedicated to architecture, design and art.

The awards were supported by the Agha Khan Award for Architecture, which is considered the most prestigious and coveted award in the field of architecture in the world.

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In the Spotlight: Zara Sajid

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Independent Art Curator and Art Consultant, curating Contemporary Art across borders

Zara Sajid is an independent art curator working actively towards promoting conceptually strong and socially impactful contemporary art in Pakistan as well as internationally.

She has represented Pakistani artists at exhibitions in London, Delhi, Dubai, Islamabad and Lahore during the last 6 years. Zara is conducting workshops for transgender self taught artists in an attempt to rehabilitate them financially as well as emotionally. 

A graduate of NCA Lahore, she has completed a course in Critical thinking in Contemporary art practice from the Chelsea College of art, London. She worked with @myartworldpk for several years before going out on her own as an independent curator.

For collaborations and inquiries you can reach her at [email protected] or @zcurated on instagram.
Zara at Sidrat’s solo show “The Silent chants”

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