Project Runway: The Best of FPW 2012 Day 2 Relived

Sanam Chaudhri 22-10-12 (136)

Sanam Chaudhri  (feature pic) set an electrifying pace to the evening with her opening on Day 2 of FPW 2012. Her interpretation of Japanese Shibori tie dye techniques was a gripping portrayal of artistic passion and unadulterated style. She captured the essence of the ancient Asian art form and made it cutting edge with sharp silhouettes. Each geometric fold and compressive twist was flawlessly executed and the bandaged belts accentuating the waistline in patent leather brought it all together. The look was carefully styled to the last detail from the scultped japanese braids to the samurai bandaged leg that we especially loved! One of the best put together looks for the evening it’s no surprise Maha Burney was behind the scenes with Sanam herself. View the entire Kage Collection on the Sanam Chaudhri profile page.

Kage by Sanam Chaudhri at FPW 2012

Kage by Sanam Chaudhri at FPW 2012

Bani D had a lot going on from warm winter jackets woven with traditional thread works to easy to wear Aztec prints and authentic Chitrali short flair kurtas. The ensembles emmitted a delightful feeling of hope and happiness that was remarkable. A playful mix of summer and winter forms carried wonderfully by Bani D takes us back to a simpler life. View the entire collection on the FPW profile page.

Bani D at FPW 2012

Bani D at FPW 2012

Zaheer Abbas focused on antique white for his breezy summer dresses that were a pleasure to see floating down the runway. Using exaggerated pleats and fitted bodices to emphasize the flounce factor he delivered a feminine grace with an old world charm about it. View the entire collection on the FPW profile page.

Zaheer Abbas at FPW 2012

Zaheer Abbas at FPW 2012

On the other end Adnan Pardesy tickled the audience with the perfect finale to a perfect evening with his whimsical ethnic ralli works. Tutti fruity colors embedded in the patchwork quilt design were strikingly used in contrast with hoodies, jackets and vests. The whole thing had a wonderful innocence about it that conveyed an attitude that didn’t take life so seriously. Unpretentious and creative, Adnan Pardesy won hearts with this one. View the entire collection on the FPW profile page.

Adnan Pardesy Rilli at FPW 2012

Adnan Pardesy Rilli at FPW 2012

We chose the pieces shone here with great difficulty however you can view the collections by all the Day 2 designers on the FPW profile.

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