The new generation’s growing interest to stand apart from the crowd is growing more than ever. Fashion houses of the country now design their collections keeping the new generations trendy fashion choices in mind. Twelve, one of the best lifestyle brands in the country, is no exception. To introduce this year’s Eid and summer collection, they organised a magnificent fashion show ‘Twelve Runway’ on Friday.
More than fifty of the country’s top models participated in this fashion show organised at the rooftop of La Meridien Hotel in the capital. All the popular celebrities of the entertainment world attended this fashion show which was assembled under the direction of Azra Mahmood. In addition, this fashion show turned into a gathering of the best journalists of the country. Besides, the privileged customers of Twelve were also present here.
Designers of Twelve created the collection with a combination of prints, embroideries and different forms of ornamentations in three categories of ethnic collection, mens, womens, and kids. Punjabi, the center of attractionfor Eid collection, hasunique and eye-catchy designs. They have also launched a complete set of boys Pajama-Punjabi along with matching stylishkoti sets. Nationwide, 36 outlets of Twelve is filled with their contemporary clothing line including three-piece salwar kameez, two-piecekurti for women. The entire fashion show was full of clothes that represented Twelve.
Besides, in terms of western collection, mens polo t-shirt, casual shirt, jeans and various stylish clothes were on display at the fashion show. Women’s collection of western wear consists of tops, tunic and different types of jeans.
On behalf of Twelve, Team Group’s Managing Director Abdullah Hill Rakib said, “We not only think about clothes, but also try to design the collections keeping modern trends and fashion in mind. We want each and every person to feel confident while wearing our clothes and be the best versions of themselves.”
The legendary and popular model of Bangladesh, Sadia Islam Mou was the show-stopper at the fashion show.