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Six Summer Trends to be Continued in Winter



When we say “history repeats itself”, we count fashion as well. We choose the styles we wish to wear and the trends we want to follow. 

What was in, what was out, what caught attention, what did not, what was favourite, what was not? We all need to catch up on the answers. Some styles are seasonal and some are not. Most of the fashion trends stay for a little while and then change but there is plethora of summer fashion trends that made their way to the winter season this year. Here are our top picks.

Muddled Prints

No matter how much of sequenced fabricwe stocked in our closet, muddled-abstract patterns came in and changed the print game instantly. Muddled prints are non-representational art style of 20th century. You can be as creative as you want with any geometric, stripped or checked print paired with plain fabrics. From floral artwork to abstract lines, from shirts to shawls, they have definitely made their way into winter fashion as well. 

Side buttons

Side buttons have always been trending onmini tops, long kurtis or trousers. Since each fashion designer is looking out for creative and fancy designs, this particular trend has brought all the eastern brands together. We have witnessed some really funky side button angrakha frocks at East Breakout which nobody would want to miss even in winter collection. Side buttons can also be adorned with beads, dori, thread embroidery or stones.

Mono-chrome prints

Monochromes are never season based. You can go mono tone or two-tone anytime with any clothe and with any trend. One colour or two shades when amalgamated get all the elegance and class rolled out of them for any kind of an event, be it formal or casual. A series of identical patterns on the fabric in black and white is relished both in eastern as well as western attire.

Bell sleeves

Bell sleeves are the easiest way to add a little drama to your outfit making it easy and super-wearable. This trend was not just a summer thing; you are going to see a lot more versions of these sleeves in winter too. This does not end here. As, you all know, how swiftly, boot cuts and bell bottoms have conquered the pants’ world. Bell sleeves add movement, femininity and whimsy to our clothes. These trends are not leaving us here but will emerge out in a variety of other shapes such as cuff and trumpets and petal sleeves.

Cognate Embroidery

One shade embroidery on another is so not groovy anymore. The real sass with a unique idea is brought by Breakout in their new eastern collection with an identical thread work giving a very warm, composed and a trendy look. If you appreciate the minimal embroidery and like to dress up subtle, this trend is definitely going to be your top choice in the coming winter. These are the very few of so many fashion statements that we don’t want to leave even in the fall\winter. We hope to see all these trends in a more voguish and attractive way.

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Cannes 2019 Day 1 Best Dressed



Once a year, the stars of world cinema descend on the South of France to toast artistic achievement and nothing compares to the glamour of Cannes. . Even if your film isn’t competing for the Palme d’Or, the festival offers countless opportunities to shine, thanks to 11 days worth of screenings, premieres, and photo calls where fashion takes center stage. As stars climb the steps of the Palais des Festivals, they do so knowing the world is watching, pulling out all the style moments unlike anything you’ll see elsewhere. Bolder is always better at Cannes!

Here, see the best of the festival’s fashion as it happens

1.Elle Fanning

Elle Fanning in Gucci at the premiere of The Dead Don’t Die

2.Izabel Goulart

Izabel in Zuhair Murad at the premiere of Rocketman

3. Bella Hadid

Bella in a Dior gown and Bulgari jewels.

4.Shailene Woodley

Shailene in Dior

5.Tilda Swinton

Tilda Swinton in Haider Ackerman

6.Araya A. Hargate

Araya A. Hargate in Ralph & Russo

7. Julianne Moore

Julianne in Dior Haute Couture and Chopard jewels

8.Selena Gomez

Selena in a Louis Vuitton with Bulgari Jewels

9.Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra in Honayada

10.Deepika Padukone

Deepika in a custom made Dundas

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Style Chaser ft. Mehek Saeed



Our muse this time is an enigmatic one; Mehek Saeed, renowned for her beauty and keen fashion sense.

Favouring the house of Kamiar Rokni, Mehek can be seen effortlessly pulling off their embroidered colourful top paired with a simple black frilled skirt.
Opting for a neon green Hussain Rehar suit, Mehek Saeed looks outstanding, her makeup, styling and jewelry are simply on point, tips we can borrow for our next outing.
The perfect contemporary shaadi look, Mehek Saeed encapsulates desi vibes with her Zuria Dor wardrobe, putting together a perfect blend of dark colours which complement her, she has surely outdone everyone.
Mehek Saeed can be seen going for a minimalist look here, a high-neck kameez that showcases a transparent fall, her shades matching with the shalwar. A comfortable yet chic fit.
Wearing a floral exquisitely crafted jumpsuit by Zainab Salman, Mehek can be seen oozing elegance. This is definitely a look we should be adding to our lists.
Mehek Saeed rocking an ombré ruffled top, her out of the box aesthetic is eye-catching and unique.
A well put together ensemble by Hussain Rehar that reminds one of spring, Mehek Saeed owns the look and puts her own little spin on it.
Finishing off the list is one of Mehek’s casual looks, donning her favourite MangoSS19 collection, she gives us an idea of what to wear on our next brunch.

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Suhoor with Burning Giraffe



Sumrina Khan and Hassan Agha came together to host a splendid evening for us this past week. All the girls were dressed in gorgeous Cross Stitch outfits and fed till our tummies were full. The food, the ambiance and the wonderful company made this Sehri one to remember!

Tajwar Chaudhry, Sumrina Khan, Salina Khan and Daneese Ali
Team Burning Giraffe – Hassan Agha, Sahar Noon and Agha Najeeb
Publicist Shireen Rehman and Creative head, Cross Stitch – Mishal Asad

Sehri in full swing

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