New Fall Collection for Women by Sania Maskatiya

Fall Collection for Women by Sania Maskatiya

In 2010, Sania signature launched her label ‘Sania Maskatiya’ after designing for three years ‘Chamak’ label. The rise of the brand to fame is unparalleled given the short period since its inception. Signature aesthetics Sania is a delicate balance between elegance, comfort and practicality.
Sania has proven to be exactly what fashion high-end traffickers in the country were waiting, one-stop shop for luxury prĂȘt and couture. From print outs ready for class, strong inventive cuts to intricate hand woven, exotically decorated ‘Joras’ Sania does it all.Her collection brings a modern real metamorphosis which is no longer supported synonymous naked, revealing cuts, but an inspiring and creative fusion of traditional and contemporary.

Recently Sania Introduced Fall Collection for Women. As Sania Spirit design is based on bringing together beautiful cuts and colors with embellishments in a way that is not overshadowed by the other, but flows naturally. She finds her inspiration in their environment; especially the nature and its three main lines include ready-to-wear, diffusion and couture for a wide range of women. So in this collection Sania give the new touch of desining. The combination of long shits, kameez shalwar and short shirts collection is very selective dressing for gilrs on the occasion of Eid ul Azha.these collection can be wear as casual formal and party dresses for girls.

Sania Maskatiya the design house uses only pure fabrics cut involved in a series of silhouettes creating versatile looks in all its fashion lines. Pret lines and semi-formal are available in bookstores at its flagship store, as well as multi-brand stores, such as labels and Joint Karachi. His formal clothes and the bride is custom made to order.some of the latest collection see below for more information visit www.fashionxtream.com

Updated: September 25, 2013 — 5:57 pm

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