With so many bloggers, editors and it-girls around town, finding sartorial inspiration can get kind of confusing. To clear out the noise, we’re picking some seriously stylish industry favourites to look to for fashion inspiration, no matter what your style. These ladies always manage to stand out and happen to be some of the most important names in Pakistani fashion. So all in all, you need to follow them STAT.
Street Style Star
No one does edgy and cool like Ayesha Noon Khan. We love her look every time, and not just because she has a killer body that can pull anything off, but also because she has a discreet nonchalant vibe that shines through in all her outfits. Her ensembles are never less than the street-style choices of top international style icons – so the next time you want to replicate Gigi Hadid’s off-duty vibe but are finding it too adventurous, find inspiration a little closer to home in Ayesha Noon Khan.
Coolest Off Duty Fashion
Top model Amna Babar aces glamorous looks not only on the runway and glossy magazine covers but also in her off-duty model style. Having worked with the best in the industry (and learning all the right tips and tricks), Amna pulls off a top and jeans just as effortlessly as a couture gown. One of our favourite fashion stars – keep a close eye on Amna’s style to steal a few tips for yourself.
Best Fashion Editor Style
As the Editor-in-Cheif of Sunday Times, Shehrbano Taseer isn’t exactly an industry secret, but she does have an innate style that we can’t seem to get over. Whether it’s the chic way she styles pieces by her label Rema Shehrbano or how she adds a quirky detail to all her off-duty outfits, this editor-in-chief is always style goals.
The Risk Taker
The girl who always makes a statement and rarely ever gets it wrong is most definitely Shazay Salahuddin. Whether it’s wearing a slogan tee or experimenting with red eyeshadow and slicked back hair, this girl isn’t afraid to try anything, and that makes her the coolest girl on the fashion scene.
Has The Strongest Fashion Week Game
Momina Sibtain, founder of the YouTube Channel Momina’s Mixed Plate, aces fashion week style – always. She has fun with pieces from a selection of her favourite designers but never looks drowned in their silhouettes as she effortlessly manages to make each ensemble her own. A styling lesson any and everyone should learn!
The woman who has our dream accessory drawer is none other than the Publisher of Hello and Grazia Pakistan, the ultimate boss lady, Zahra Saifullah. From metallic sneakers to floral bags and trendy corset belts, there is nothing she hasn’t played around with (and nothing we don’t want to raid from her closet).
True style is putting together pieces and creating an exceptional outfit, and this is what designer Mahgul Rashid does best. Her style is quirky, yet classic and we give her extra kudos for not drowning herself in designer labels.
With more than 67,000 followers, blogger and stylist Ania Fawad’s Instagram account is a haven for anyone who wants to look at street style done right. Her style is both feminine and quirky and we love how open is she to trying different trends and styles in her own way. Definitely one to take keep an eye on – follow her now if you haven’t already @aniafawad
Pakistan’s first female foreign minister, Hina Rabbani Khar, made headlines when she first came in the limelight for her tasteful sartorial choices. Her typical monochrome shalwar kameez, usually paired with delicate pearl jewellery and trendy designer shades, are definitely a look we love! Kudos to her for raising the style quotient in Pakistan’s parliament.