Design trio Kamiar Rokni, Tia Noon and Rehan Bashir of the coveted House of Kamiar Rokni are set to showcase a complete version of the capsule collection first presented as part of the British Council’s Fashion DNA programme at Fashion Scout as part of the prestigious London Fashion Week. Indeed the collection stays true to The House of Kamiar Rokni’s love for luxury and celebrates the art of elegance. It draws on a diversity of traditional fabrics and craft techniques, along with engaging cultural and traditional references.
The collection is based in a palette of natural tones with the shades of blue and pops of pink across a range of fabrics including organza, jamavar, karandi, net and tissue. Expect cuts that vary in length, volume and diversity including layering shirts, jackets, pantsuits and flared trousers for a look that channels modern restrained elegance with pockets of very detailed hand embellishments using thread, zardozi, ari and rilli.
Speaking about their collection, and on the PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week platform, designers Kamiar Rokni, Tia Noon and Rehan Bashir have said “our inspiration had been to work with locally manufactured textiles and create something for the UK market as the collection was originally a project with the British Council – our creative focus was to interpret lush brocades that are typically used for traditional design and create something modern and contemporary.”
The 3 pillars of the House of Kamiar Rokni; Kamiar Rokni, Tia Noon and Rehan Bashir are the powerhouses behind the premier designer label. The brand strives to provide an immaculate essence of style in all their creations, designing signature one of a kind pieces that evoke a sense of individuality and elegance in the people that wear them. The Houses’ core philosophy is to embrace art, culture and imagination in their fashion.