The flimsy summer fabric was, until about two decades ago, considered pedestrian. But lawn has evolved manifold since then.
They're stepping into the world of production with their first ever web-series Baarwan Khiladi.
The path he's charting today is filled with singles in different genres and dabbling in acting.
Factory Barbers will be the affordable alternative to N-Gents.
There was plenty of mediocrity on the catwalk but some spurts of fabulousness made you cheer.
This time the pool of models was completely new, with hardly any familiar faces.
Actor talks about relationships with his peers, his talk show and Qayamat.
When it comes to the entertainment industry, never say never.
Showcasing this year were commercially beautiful collections but also clothes that should never be allowed on the runway.
Actors discuss upcoming series Turki Lala, a collaboration between Pakistani and Turkish producers.
“Except for the colour, the two outfits are different,” says Haris Shakeel who showcased at the Pantene HUM Bridal Couture Week.
Designer Wardha Saleem on incorporating elements of Sindh into Bakhtawar's ivory and gold bridal dress
"Geometric motifs particular to ajrak were mixed in with Mughal-esque jaalis and florals and fauna from Thar," reveals designer.
With more than a decade in the business, Zainab has a lot to be confident about — including this 50 piece-strong collection.
The beauty is in the personalised touches, some of which are an ode to the bride's late mother Benazir.
One of the finest actors on television at present, Imran Ashraf has taken immense risks to be where he is today.
"I think that I have come too far to be anxious and not trust the people that I have opted to work with."
Episodes to be broadcast simultaneously in Pakistan as well as Turkey and slotted for release in 2023.
The designer gets candid about collaborating with Esra Bilgic, weathering a pandemic as a workaholic and the rise of e-commerce
The reign of the coronavirus, it seems, is yet to be over.
At some point during the initial wave, Mahira Khan had pondered, “If a life-threatening virus can’t make us kinder, what will?”