Rabia Wahab: Pret wear, Luxury and Formals
The rise and rise of Rabia Wahab on the Pakistani Fashion scene has been noteworthy. In a very short time, this Textile Designing graduate from the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, has created ripples on the ramp. Her designs are trendy, original and oh so wearable! It is but natural that we had to get a sneak peek into her latest Spring Collection! Feast your eyes on the super cuts and colours! Also find out more on what this Pakistani Fashion designer is all about … right here on FUCHSIA!
“Our Customers find our designs, creativity, fitting and customer service, from order to delivery, right at the very top level.”
“I feel we always surprise our customers with something new yet trendy every 30-45 days to eliminate the boring factor.”
“All our products are made in Pakistan. We try providing the best for our labour. We also hire female workers and aim to provide a decent work environment.”
“It’s challenging at times competing with some very talented designers working in the same space.This is also great for our Fashion Industry.”
“We design made-to-order outfits and match the cut and style to our customer.”
“Freedom to explore is what creativity means to me.”
“I try to cater to all tastes and styles in my collections through ethnic, yet trendy cuts and our old-school work methods.”
“In the next 10 years, I see Rabia Wahab everywhere that a ‘luxury women clothing brand’ is supposed to be.”
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Myra is currently studying Rotman Commerce at University of Toronto. She was born in Karachi, Pakistan and grew up in Singapore.
Myra has volunteered for The Citizen’s Foundation. She is interested in Photography and loves spending time with friends and family.
She hopes to travel the world and grow as a writer!