In recent years, Pakistani fashion has been making waves in the international market. There is something unique about Pakistani designer dresses that makes them exotic and eye catching at the same time. A recent example was designer Mohsin Naveed Ranjha who dressed up British-Pakistan stylist and TV personality Tan France.
Tan France is known as a great fashionista and we can’t agree more, when we saw him opting to wear a cream sherwani by Mohsin. He took to social media and shared his look from the night and wrote, “What I wore to the South Asian dinner a few days ago, where I was the only one who turned up in traditional clothing.”
A jubilant Ranjha took to social media and shared this big collaboration. “International designer and Next in Fashion host spotted in signature MNR whites,” he wrote. “We are incredibly proud of this collaboration and wish Tan the best in his endeavors. Love from across the border – all the way from Lahore.”
MNR’s brand straddles the present while rooted in Eastern heritage of draped form and traditional artistry. These quintessential techniques of craftsmanship, imbibed with love across generations, are made globally astute through the cut, construct and finish of MNR silhouettes. Found in 2014, Mohsin Naveed Ranjha’s Design House juxtaposes modern sartorial prowess and the intricacies of old world techniques with skills. Richly detailed, structured drapes are crafted to lend an edge to MNR’s modern, Pakistani woman. Bridal couture, formal wear and ready to wear for both men and women. The designer studio creates unique combination of historical opulence and contemporary chic through the fine crafts and textiles of Pakistan.
Well, this isn’t the first international collaboration for Ranjha, the designer from Gujranwala teamed up with Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh for a Filmfare magazine cover shoot. Indeed, Mohsin has come a long way and we wonder what big he will be achieving next?
Fashion Times Magazine wishes Mohsin Naveed Ranjha all the very best!