HSY (Hassan Sheheryar Yasin) is a name which needs no introduction. Being the king of couture and all the fashion brands, HSY is always appreciated and lauded for his premium bridal wear collections at any forum.
PFDC L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2019 has become a platform for different designers to show case their collections and brilliant skills. HSY was one of them.
Recently, Hassan Sheheryar Yasin has introduced his latest bridal collection at PFCD L’Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2019. His collection was titled “Empire”.
He revealed that he has sought inspiration from 4 different empires which are the Ottoman Empire, the Mughal Empire, the French Polynesian Empire, and the Russian Empire.
PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2019
It is pertinent to note that HSY has successfully covered his 25 years in the fashion industry. The 9th edition PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2019 marked the brilliant collections especially the collection of HSY.
He further revealed how he has searched in details the delicate embroidery patterns and motifs from all over the world. He has used the following embroidery styles for his collection.
- Dhaga Embroidery
- Resham Kora
- Naqshi Kada
These are some of the most fluently used embroidery styles in Pakistan.
Hassan Sheheryar Yasin
Hassan Sheheryar Yasin explained his latest collection at the fashion Bridal week mentioning that
“We wanted to create a collection that consists of both heavy and light bridals. We want to adopt to the changing situation in Pakistan and cater to a wider audience with different price ranges. Also, over the years, we have a growing and young clientele; we want to cater to them too. But saying that every piece is very elegant, old school, timeless and always classic at HSY.”
Best pieces for both women and men
He went on saying that “For this collection, we are experimenting with both lighter and darker shades and have created strong pieces for both women and men. In 25 years, we are trying to restructure and bring fashion which is truly wearable because I strongly believe that fashion today is more about wear ability than it has ever been before.”
Here are his beautiful dresses,