zara designs

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Who made your clothes?

Pakistan’s luxury designer Zara Shahjahan joins the Fashion Revolution, I Made Your Clothes campaign and uses her Instagram platform to honor her craftsmen behind her brand that help produce her beautiful designs: 

  1. Irshad saab - learned, technically very strong and 40 years of experience in adda work. He details your bridals, makes them look rich and beautiful. He brings joy into one of the most important days of your life. 
  2. Ms Saima - our PPC head is strict, unforgiving on quality, but yet very heartwarming.
  3. Master Riaz - friendly, precise and extremely good at his work and yes he’s the one who makes the patterns of your beautiful bridals.

* Fashion Revolution was launched after a garment factory in Bangladesh collapsed killing over 2500 people. 

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FINALLY DONE! This summer I worked at Zara and I wanted to draw my all team to thanks them for their welcome! Some of them were really kind, some were… ok ^^ And I also needed to practice a little because i haven’t done a lot of drawings during my “vacations” :p 

You are more than 4K following me!!! that’s CRAAAAAAAZZZZZYYYY thank you sooo much for the support it really motivates me :D (by the way sorry for the poor english T-T) I would like to add an “ask” link on my tumblr theme without changing everything…but I don’t know how… but I will find (: !

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Mehr-un-Nisa, our PLBW16 Collection, is an ode to the grandeur of some of the most beautiful begums and maharanis to have emerged from the sub-continent.

This was one of the most significant eras of the region, marking the end of colonialism and bringing about a mass cultural, social and political revolution. 

Fallen in these cracks are profound forgotten tales of resolute women of the era, one of them being Mehr-un-Nisa. Our collection encapsulates the love and the despair of her life, the grandeur of her past and the realities of her present.” - Zara Shahjahan