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10 Pakistani Brands With the Best Lawn Collections!

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Lawn has gone from being a must-have item in South Asia to a product with an international appeal. As lawn collections have evolved, the fabric has expanded its options. So much that now there’s something for everyone.

In a country like Pakistan situated near the equator, the summer season sees a lot of lawn collections with a variety of designs and styles.

Yet the light breathable version of cotton is high in demand all over the world now. Besides desi communities abroad, the lawn market is expanding. It’s obvious with the response Pakistani lawn collections received at many international platforms like Glasgow Fashion Week 2019, Berlin Fashion Week 2019, etc. 


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Initially, brands and designers were limited to celebrities and elite classes. Now it’s a summer wardrobe staple for everyone. Besides the female market, men are no stranger to the fabric. This also explains why more variety was introduced in lawn collections, both in types and styles.

Here are some of the best Pakistani designers known for their lawn collections.


1. Saphhire

This brand introduced ‘silk lawn‘, which features a fabric with the satin-esque sheen of a Swiss lawn but without the added silk threads.

Sapphire has become increasingly popular over the years. As the brand evolved with time it’s market expanded. Sapphire’s specialty is its unique and eccentric digital prints.

Saphhire’s Pret collection goes further with bold colors.


2. Nishat

While Nishat actually made its mark with its linen, they’ve really grown their lawn collections.

Nishat is offering the finest fabric quality. Their unstitched collection has been a major hit because of the excellent fabric quality, classic prints and solid colors.

Nishat offers classic colors and cuts when other brands are trying to be unique.


3. Alkaram Studio

This is one of the oldest Pakistani lawn collection creators. Alkaram has been around since the time when branded clothes and designer wear wasn’t even ‘a thing’ yet.

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Despite being the oldest in the market, Alkaram is not old school and has adapted to it’s market. Rather than revamp its original brand, the company released a separate line, Mak for the more adventurous.


4. Gul Ahmed

Gul Ahmed definitely stands among the top in terms of quality. The price tags are sprawled across a wide range.

This is one of the brands that started the separate luxury lawn collection trend.


5. Khaadi

This brand is particularly popular among overseas South Asians. Khaadi tries to do something new with each collection.

From pops of neon to ‘ethnic collections’. The one thing that remains consistent is the quality of the fabric.


6. Bonanza Satrangi

This brand’s expansion really hit all the right boxes. From keeping their cuts clean and minimal and patterns trendy.

Even their casual designs are elegant enough to be worn as formal-wear. They do have separate wedding collections

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7. Limelight

In an age when fast-fashion threatens couture, Limelight played it smart with its semi-formal Pret lawn collection.

Besides their collections being trendy they are also affordable. Even their unstitched collection has a wider buyer pool due to the smart price-tag.


8. Sana Safinaz

Sana Safinaz is famed for its luxury lawn collection as it’s a luxury brand. It was previously famous for its party wear, and long considered as the go-to brand for all the celebrities.


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9. Ethnic by Outfitters

While Outfitters doesn’t have a lawn collection. Ethnic by Outfitters does, and it’s aimed solely at meeting all our traditional eastern-wear needs.

Yet given its roots, the brand is heavily western influenced.


10. Bareeze

Like the name suggests, this brand is laid-back and casual with its colors and prints. Except, think business casual. Despite the laid back look, the brand’s pret-wear has clean lines and minimalist cuts.

There you have it, 10 of Pakistan’s best curators of lawn collections. Which one is your favorite and why?

Written by Ummara Sheraz

Entertainment & culture writer at ProPakistani/Lens. Occasionally dabbles in other news.


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