Fashion Through the Ages

In light of awarding outstanding women who are setting new bars, Colors presents a fashion queue centered on iconic women of history. Whether it be the Cleopatra tale or the Vallabhadevi saga, these women left history imprinted with feminine power. Nishat Adnan Tariq of Aura and world-renowned fashion choreographer, Faisal Tushar, the minds behind the act create a compelling show that depicts each of the famous characters of history. Paying attention to each detail of costume and design, they infuse traditional ethnic wear with a modern touch to create a gorgeous output telling stories of these noteworthy leaders. Shararas, lehengas, and even dhotis are exhibited in unique designs that illustrate the royalty of these historic leaders.

Helena Nazneen Zobaida

Helena Nazneen Zobaida has grown up with a creative mind and has a keen interest in painting and Fashion Design. She has already passed 20 years of teaching in the art-and-design-related sector and has 13 years of experience as a faculty member in the field of “Fashion Designing” at the tertiary level.

She has also contributed to the field of fashion design by directing fashion shows as a concept developer at a grand level of the university.

Helena Nazneen Zobaida obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and Master of Fine Arts (MFA) from the Faculty of Fine Arts, the University of Dhaka, and Master of Fashion Design (MAFDT), Shanto Mariam University of Creative Technology.

Currently, she is an assistant professor and program coordinator of city campus at the department of Fashion Design and Technology of Shanto Mariam University of Creative Technology.

She has showcased her works in solo exhibitions. She has also worked with Bangladesh Navy and Bangladesh Forest Department as a freelance artist. She considers her life to be meaningful only when she finds her own students to work as promising designers in the most reputed organizations of the country.

Rumana Chowdhury

Rumana Chowdhury, the entrepreneur of Warah, has walked down a lane which required an immense amount of courage and resilience. Her favorite hue is white and she loves to experiment with moisturized cotton or Khaadi, protecting a renowned industry of craftsmanship in rural Bangladesh.

Her designs depicts simplicity and modernism coupled with intricate work. Being a fresh graduate working from her home, she was determined to make her presence felt in the market through her boutique house Warah.

Samiya A. Rahman

True fashion enthusiasts of the country are quite familiar to the brand TarShayn Atelier by Samiya A Rahman – a popular trademark in the high-end fashion scenario of Bangladesh. Whether it’s the much-coveted fashion event of the year, highly appreciated attires for eid or the lavish out t of a beautiful bride, the recognition seems to transcend everything. Samiya A. Rahman is a Bangladeshi fashion designer with her own label TarShayn Atelier. She has been covered as the Bangladeshi designer who has blended traditional Bangladeshi textiles and techniques with Western silhouette and tailoring. She started TarShayn Atelier with only two machines and two employees and now twenty one artisans/karigars works under her along with three assistant designers. She emphasizes on never designing the type of attires she herself won’t carry. Her focus has always been on selecting suitable colors and fabrics for each of her designs and concentrating on the detailing work of the karchupi and embroidery. Their Signature is having big Chaddar style Dupatta made with Dhakai Maslin or Jamdaani or both of it with the kameez type suits. Combining Dhakai Maslin or Jamdaani with a nice amount of embellishments that make it stand in the crowd, is visible in a maximum of her designs

‚ This Eid-ul-Adha Season she came up with the traditional Peshwas; A koti styled long Š floor-length gowns with beautiful Chaddar styled dupatta. She has played a traditional print body with colour block embellished kotis as well as the pastel tones single colored ones as well. She has reinterpreted the six-yard sari to create dhoti-pants. ‚ They are actually dhoti style saris and have become one of the signature pieces of TarShayn Atelier. She operates from her studio situated in Banani, Dhaka. You can witness her creation, her signature pieces there in the studio.

Maria Mrittik

Maria Mrittik the founder of Jk Foreign Brands, studied at Dhaka Dental College. Studying dentistry did not distract her from her hobby of fashion designing.

In 2013, her passion bloomed when she started an online page with her friends. But when her friends left her, decided not to give up. She took some money from her mom and launched her ­ first Eid collection. Receiving a great response, she got enough inspiration to continue with her passion. Her business kept growing and seeing the potential of her enterprise, her husband got interested and invested in the project. That marked the start of JK foreign brands.

Ever since she has focused on providing unique designs to cater the best to her clients. She wanted her design to be a manifestation of her own outgoing personality and put in all her eˆffort to do so. In ­ five years, the brand grew to be one of the most loved ones in Dhaka and one that she takes immense pride in. … They still work on their motto of providing their clients with the best so that they keep coming back.

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