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JULY 2001- Contents

Indo-Pak Focus
5
0Year Photo Retrospective

The 'People' Effort

Agra Summit- the happier moments

Begum Sehba Musharraf's time in India

Cuisine Diplomacy

Open Letter to the General and the PM

Indo-Pak Reconciliation School

People
Kiran Bedi's screen debut 

Fashion & Lifestyle
'
By the Young, for the Young' 

Fashion Graduates - India

Pakistan School of Fashion Design

Heritage
Adopting Historic sites

Art
Benoy Behl- documenting
India's ancient art

Health
Preventive Medicine - How it
helps


Films
Aamir Khan - an interview

Music
Adnan Sami

'United for Gujarat' - the first South Asian concert'

Travel & Adventure
Dr. Kamal Vilku -India's first lady in Antarctica

Books
Speaking Stones - Heritage
Sites in India

 

Editor's Note

 

the craft shop

the print gallery

 

 



 

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Fashion 

- by the young, for the young -

Pakistan School of Fashion Design

The Annual Fashion Show

 

The Pakistan School of Fashion Design, located at 2-Sunder Das Road, Lahore,  is the 'brainchild' of Mr. Abu Shamim Arif, the former Vice Chairman, Export Promotion Bureau. Eight years ago, on the recommendation of Mr. Olivier Lapidus, Pakistan School of Fashion Design (affiliated with Les Ecoles de la Chambre Syndicale Parisienne, France), opened in Lahore, in keeping with the cultural ambience and heritage of the city - and Mrs. Abbasi S. Akhtar became the first Principal of the School.

This year on the 1st of July, the School hosted its annual graduation ceremony at the Crystal Hall, Pearl Continental , Lahore. 

The actual work of the students was displayed  in a choreographed presentation,  supervised by Madam Maryse Faux. The order of display was the black & white collection, day wear and evening wear respectively. This was followed by the ensemble comprising of woollen jackets, jamavar , vests and flared skirts and trousers, all carefully crafted by the students themselves. Finally, the coloured collection based on the theme of the Native American Indians.

The Black and white collection designed by the graduating students of PSFD, Lahore.

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Themed collection based on Native American Indians

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