Fashion Times Police: 5 Times Actors Set New Trends with their On-Screen Characters

Celebrity style has been an inspiration for decades. There are multiple ranges of wardrobes that can be effortlessly influenced by the showbiz fraternity. Everything that our favorite stars wear, be it on-screen or off-screen, becomes a trend. With the arrival of social media, it takes a wink of an eye for a trend to become a rage. On that note, Fashion Times Police lists down 5 celebrities who recently set new standards for incredible fashion goals. Read on…


Iqra Aziz in Khuda Aur Mohabbat


Iqra Aziz is not only one of the most talented actors of her generation, from a fashion point of view she is one of the best muses a designer can dress. Her extravagant costumes from her recent mega outing Khuda Aur Mohabbat got our attention. Her portrayal as Mahi would have lost its charm without the beautiful traditional wears and intricate jewelry. The colorful chori daars with elements of gota kinari, handcrafted lehngas and shararas indeed hit the height of opulence and perfection. The matching jhumkis, earrings, bangles, and heavy neckpiece added to the charm. Not just that, Iqra is extremely emotive with her body language and the clothes have been designed to be in sync with her character’s transformation.



Ayeza Khan in Chupke Chupke


Ayeza played Meenu, a clumsy yet lovable, bubbly, and fun-loving girl. Her vibrant wardrobe caught everyone’s eye. There were a lot of quirky prints, floral kurtas, blue denim, and vivid hues. There was a feeling of effortless fashion seen in her throughout the play that was unanimously liked and appreciated. The color palettes especially for her costumes were a perfect representation of her character.



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Kiran Haq in Fitoor


Fitoor has certainly put Kiran Haq on the fashion map. The drama is climbing new heights of success and she perfectly plays the deliciously wicked Mehmal with utmost conviction. Her attire has been a topic of admiration for her fans and the fashion police. Costumes always add to the narrative, her wardrobe had an incredible mix of sensual and comfort. On one end she wore palazzos, long capes, skirts, kelots, and gowns that flattered her body type. On the contrary, she also had comfy sarees for a more subtle look.




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Faryal Mehmood in Raqeeb Se


A storyline set in the rural and urban backdrop discussing the realistic issues of love, and as usual, the costumes played a role in the narrative. Amongst all the young actresses today, Faryal Mehmood’s Raqeeb Se left a mark with its storyline, and the clothing seen on Faryal, was perfectly in sync. Her wardrobe had a mix of contemporary and ethnic touch with clothing like easy-breezy shalwar kameez, kurti’s paired with jeans, along with funky bracelets. She rocked her curls like a boss and the lit smile is what completed her persona. Her look reflected her character ‘Insha’, a perfect fit for today’s young crowd.


Faysal Qureshi in Fitoor


While watching Fitoor, the first thing that caught our attention was Faysal Qureshi’s style. The drama is decent, but his clothes are impeccable. The most talented actor in the biz makes an impact with custom-made suits with contemporary color palettes. Fitted fine coats, teamed with slim tapered pants and sophisticated brogue shoes add to the allure of the costumes and gives the character a very sophisticated edge. The rich fabric-like silk shirts with luxurious finishes encapsulate his main look. Girls are crazy about guys in suits, and when you see Faysal you’ll know why?


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