An evening with Treschic Pret | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, October 23, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, October 23, 2018

An evening with Treschic Pret

On 18 October, 2018 Treschic Entertainment organised what can be called one of the most grandiose fashion shows in town. Held at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Grand Ballroom, Treschic Pret Collections: Fall & Winter Fashion Show presented collections from two of the most acclaimed designers in the country — Shahrukh Amin and Rima Naz.

Lively music, grand décor, and beautiful purple lighting are what gave life to the ambience. The show started off with a short musical performance before models graced the runway.

Shahrukh Amin's collections went first, which comprised four separate lines — Boho Chic, Bride Maid, Moulin Rose, and the Red Riding Hood. The designs were heavy with gold motifs and had a luxurious touch to it.

“The designs have a '60s to '70s style to it; lots of shimmers, lots of birds and flowers, and is very wintery” said designer Shahrukh Amin about his collections.

Rima Naz's collection was inspired by the rich culture and heritage of Bangladesh, where she put in her own little touches of modern designs. The collection sported myriad pastel tones; florals stood out throughout the collection, and came in many forms of roses, lotuses and daisies. The designs were flowy and accentuated by lots of pleats, frills, feathers, with the flared blouses and capes being a definite standout.

Rima Naz said, “The designs have a lot of floral embroidery because it is very much in trend. So I wanted to create something people would love to wear. The dresses are also made with beautiful materials like pure Bangladeshi muslin.”

The runway included more than 44 designs in total and was choreographed by Emu Hasmi. The show was also graced by other designers and celebrities alike and was full of life and glam.

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