I think that the merger of Kamiar Rokni and Tia Noon’s design brilliance with the corporate structure of the House of Bonanza (formerly having very little fashion significance) is the biggest revolution since buttons. Okay, so buttons aren’t very fashionable when they come in plain black but they do serve a greater purpose and been stylized to look much funkier than the original two-eye model. That, ladies and gentlemen, is what The House of Kamiar Rokni is destined to do for Bonanza: give it a flash of fashion while keeping it’s utilitarianism alive.
There are so many more that can be traced back to the NEWS collection. So what KR has done is take high end fashion (each of these ensembles costs thousands of rupees each) and diffused it into affordable, ready to tailor and wear lawn. After Sana Safinaz, Kamiar Rokni is the only designer who has ‘designed outfits’ from lawn as opposed to merely sketching prints.