Designers from India and Pakistan are all set to showcase their creativity in fashion, textile, jewelery, accessories and even furniture in a joint three day exhibition, Shaan-e-Pakistan which is schedule to begin on September 10 in New Delhi where over 150 exhibitors from both the countries will be participate.
This event shall help to improve the relation between both countries as food and fashion are two major aspects to get the countries together. There are a lot of similarities between them and these kinds of initiative can open doors between the people of the two neighbours, said Huma Nassr, who retails under the brand name Braahtii.
The event organizers to empower women weavers and craftsmen for their exquisite handwork. Most of these designers use hand embroidery. This event will prove to be a good opportunity for these artisans to get the exposure they deserve.
According to Sangeeta Das, Co-host of this event, with a trade potential of billions of dollars between the two countries, the event will not only offer a unique opportunity to Indian fashionistas to interact with their Pakistani counterparts but also offers a first-hand opportunity for customers to feel and own the best quality products India and Pakistan has to offer.
The exhibition, planned at the onset of the festive season plans to introduce Pakistani trousseau teamed with Indian aesthetics making it the hot destinations for shoppers to pick up latest designs of Pakistani couturiers. The idea behind organizing this event is to make the festive season more special for both the countries.
The event, expected to bring a huge delegation from Pakistan, is part of the larger aim of its associates - Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO), Karachi Chamber of Commerce and High Commission of Pakistan - to further build on the efforts of the governments of Pakistan and India to normalize trade relations between the two countries.
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