Safinaz Muneer talks about showing at the PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week, their Spring/Summer 2015 collection and how exhausting fashion weeks can be when they’re two too many!
The Sana Safinaz showing on the fourth and final day of the PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week was undoubtedly one of the strongest, most memorable of the day. It’s hard to get over those vibrant pops of colour set against a monochrome canvas of black and white stripes. It was a happy collection, one that lifted the soul into a summer vacation on some sandy beach by aqua blue water. That’s the thing about the brand Sana Safinaz, it delivers a unique feel-good factor, one that comes with glamour and gorgeousness.
I bumped into Safinaz as...
This is not a paid post. I’m reviewing Nabila’s No Makeup Palette in absolute fairness and love for a product that has changed the way I do my makeup every morning.
I’m not someone who uses makeup. And even at 41 my daily routine before No Makeup was moisturizer, eye liner/pencil and lip balm or a very light lipstick. Formal makeup for me was the addition of mascara and blush. For the last two years I have indulged in BB and then CC cream for a blended/tanned look that I’ve always wanted. Not that I ever managed to achieve it.
I must confess that I wasn’t too happy with the way my face appeared; it was always sort of underdone and patchy,...
Sana Safinaz, photographed with their children, for the very first time. (L-R) Zuvair, Sana, Reza, Safinaz and Sascha. The task was to get Obi to stay still and let go of the rock that he refused to let anyone take out of his mouth, Only Bilal, Safinaz's husband (who shied away from being photographed) could control him. But then Obi was an overgrown pussycat not a dog!
Bilal, just in from a game of golf, trying to convince Obi to let go of the rock. It was an extremely exhausting but fun day for everyone!
(Published in the very premiere issue of Hello! Pakistan, April 2012)
To imagine that two women could dominate an ostensibly...