Launched in 2005, and a graduate from the esteemed Indus Valley School of Art & Architecture, the label Niza Adwer is known for its timeless classics with a fusion of all things Pakistani and western in haute couture. Trademark designs from Pakistani culture and traditions, with ‘rilli’, ‘tukri ka kaam’ and ‘zardozi’ or even intricate mini embellishments on modern day outfits, Niza has stolen the hearts of PYTs and fashionistas the world across!
Customised and bespoke are most of her creations, with seasonal fashion week appearances being made in her homeland and abroad, Niza Adwer made her name on the shores of London (Zainab Alam) and Dubai (Soiree) as well.
Here are haute designs by the maestro designer, which Indian designers should take a leaf from.
The Atelier-Eid Collection 2015
Low V-Necklines, mid-length flowing tops and kurtas on Cigarette pants and dhoti-pyjama bottoms, who would ever think Eid fashion, could be so chic? Pretty pinks and peaches with dark blues in floral patterns for overcoats, heels for the feet and messy hairdos – a trend for sure that the world loves!
Haute Couture For The Engagement
Girls, if you are wondering what style to emulate at your engagement parties and should you not want to wear something too heavy but would like a traditional touch too, check out the sleeveless slim-fit kurta with pencil pants in peach tones.
For The Corporate Woman
Haute fashion at work, speaks volumes about your individual sense of style and grooming. Keeping in mind the work etiquette and dressing rules for the corporate scenario and the Indian climes too, an overflowing summer coat with chic embroidery over a short kurta and pencil pants works fine!
PSFW April 2015
As seen on PSFW April 2015, and if you are daring to beat the blues at a girl’s night out post the Monday saga at work, a halter neck backless top made from chiffon and striking blue eclectic pencil pants with matching peep-toe heels for the feet, why not?
For A Cocktail Event
Should you want to doll up traditionally and make a statement as well, a blue toned lehenga choli with intricate gota patti embroidery on the blouse and the long flowing skirt, ups the ante in traditional ethnic wear!
Says who that the elegant saree in silk cannot be played upon and dolled up with prints – An off-shoulder blue velvet blouse with a saree can bring on a sensual touch and add feminity to the whole look.
The Renaissance Collection
Bringing back the vintage glam touch, the Pakistani Fashion Designer stunned the world of fashion with minimal yet diva-divine touches. An elegant black velvety sequinned border saree for the night out on dinner, everyone would be impressed!
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A Touch Of All Things Bohemian Yet Vintage
When boho touches embalms itself over vintage glam, you get the best look for the evening party. A loose V-Neck flowing top with a saree in prints of myriad designs and shapes, whoever thought couture in various forms can be played with!
On The Lines Of Kimono Fashion
When Nida creates magic, she creates breathtaking ensembles for haute evening wear. Based on the lines of the geisha tradition and infused with Pakistani prints, the kimono ensemble over bare heels- one-piece, loose and flowing in prints on chiffon and silk, makes a sensual statement!
TFPW Spring Summer 2015
Various metallic tones played at the TFPW SS15 fashion week, showed the Pakistani Fashion Designer’s creation in various sombre moods, yet eclectic with border patchwork and embroidery designs.
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Beautiful Crop Tops And Flowing Skirts
Western touches to the gorgeous lehenga and choli, with beautiful yet simple touches to the blouse and elaborate gota patti flowers in white for the skirt, perfect for a cocktail party!
From haute couture to Prêt a Porter lines, bridal to kids wear too, Nida Azwer has spread her wings across the world of Pakistani and International fashion, and is quite an inspiration to the upcoming designers too.