The spring/summer unexpected of Fashion Pakistan Week (FPW) has quite recently chopped down from a three-day occasion to a two-day demonstrate – and keeping in mind that they may have had their purposes behind rolling out this improvement, such corrections don’t think about extremely well the Fashion Pakistan Council (FPC).
Pakistani mold may at present subject us to awfully many design weeks a year however the occasions have absolutely gotten more streamlined. There have been cognizant – however not regularly fruitful – endeavors to begin and end the occasions on time and committees attempt to adhere to the timetable that they declare a while before their occasional occasions. FPC didn’t figure out how to do as such this time around.
Just a couple days back, updates were sent out by FPW’s computerized group, asking print and electronic media to ‘stamp schedules’ for the 22nd, 23rd and 24th of February for the ‘greatest Fashion Pakistan Week yet’.
Media may now straighten out their schedules and go for the 22nd and 23rd of February.
Quality over amount?
Why did the board have this change of heart only 12 days before FPW? Budgetary cuts? Sloppiness? As per the FPC, it’s neither of the two.
“We would not like to make a mess by simply accepting anybody and everybody. We’d rather concentrate on quality substance,” clarifies FPC CEO Nida Azwer. “We have some great architects as a feature of the FPW lineup while we’ve picked to let the more up to date ones participate in our Millennial show, which is likely booked for August this year.”
“It is our arrangement to offer meriting youthful marks free openings. An outer jury will be enrolled to watch the show and waitlist fashioners who will then be managed grants by the chamber,” she proceeds. “Maybe, then, some of them can adjust their work and show at the following FPW.”