The best part about spring/summer season is that it embraces all pretty shades in the colour wheel with open arms. From muted and subdued pastels to bright and vivacious neons to a darker palette of ebony, all hues look elegant in the festive season. Zaha has explored the same idea by introducing its unstitched Eid collection — Fayrouz — which is a kaleidoscope of colours.
As Fayroz is for Eid, it is fused with Mughal-inspired delicate embroideries and rich detailing. Every outfit is paired with a vibrant silk dupatta that amplifies the enchanting elements of the assortment. Let’s have a look at some of the shades that we love!
The most basic and beloved shade, black, has two varieties. Delicately crafted embellishments accentuate the black base in both the outfits. Embroideries in bold pink and yellow tones sprawl all over the shirt marrying central asian aesthetic to the vibrant culture of Indus Valley civilization. This piece evokes feelings of festivity and jubilation instantly! Laid out on a luxe canvas of silk and lawn, the traditional accents are also a perfect ode to the romantic Mughal era.
Sunny days call for fabrics that feel light-as-air and colours that are soothing to the nerves. And there is no better choice than white for a festive occasion. Bright shades of feroza are used for embroidery on this pristine white lawn ensemble beautifully paired with a digital printed pure silk dupatta.
If you want to go beyond traditional, prints and embroideries borrowed from indigenous tribes decorate this monochrome canvas. The jacquard ensemble is complemented with a silk dupatta vividly rendered in jewel tones. You can also opt for a more simplistic drape with this all-white dress with gold printed shirt and trouser. Paired with a black silk dupatta with orange and gold accents, this one’s a summer delight.
Colour Me Sunshine
Yellow signifies joy, energy and positivity and that’s what Eid is all about! Match your happy mood with the festive spirit and grab this yellow number. The pretty detailing over the necklace and embroidered shirt are ideal for an Eid ensemble and go for wide legged pants for maximum impact.
This one exudes a marine charm with scalloping in prints and trimmings. Dainty patterns spread over jewel tones in this lawn dress paired with a vivacious silk dupatta which has a combination of aztec and floral prints.
This lime green number is adorned with verdant tapestry. The bouquet of embroidered spring blooms in popping pink shade spread over a checkered base look lighthearted and whimsical. Another spring-inspired mint green number with floral patterns and purple accents is a refreshing palette to don this season. This muddy green jacquard ensemble with white digital print silk dupatta is livened up by maroon and green details.
Pre-booking for Fayroz Eid collection has started at Maison Élan Karachi, Zaha Store, Galleria Lahore and online. The capsule will be available from 11th May in stores, online and at leading retailers nationwide.