Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

A documentary done by Vice.com on ISB Fashion Week

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    A documentary done by Vice.com on ISB Fashion Week

    It's hosted by Charlet Duboc (annoying and snarky at times). I also hate how they had Middle Eastern-esque music in the intro. Whatever happened to sitars/flutes/tablas? It really pisses me off that A) Pakistan gets portrayed as some Middle Eastern country (we are SOUTH ASIANS, DAMNIT!! ) and somehow have become synonymous with Afghanistan and B) when Pakistan get's portrayed as if all we deal with is burqa-clad women, bombs, mullahs and have to host fashion shows in bomb-proof basements. Retarded.

    Anyways, enjoy!

    Part 1: http://www.vice.com/fashion-week-int...lamabad-part-1
    Part 2: http://www.vice.com/fashion-week-int...lamabad-part-2
    "Creativity and originality lie not in the avoidance of established forms, but in the imaginative use of them" Some smart wiz.

    #2
    Re: A documentary done by Vice.com on ISB Fashion Week

    v true! ppl know nothing abt Pakistan fashion! ... I remember this lady from huffington post went to some fashion show in Pakistanand she was acting all ignorant! she knew nothing! they hav this weird jahal impression that Pakistan is like Afghanistan or Saudi Arabia! heck no! its not!!! our designers are definetly on international level! infact .. there is this international fashion festival happening in toronto in late nov ... top designers from south asian market will be showcasing their work! ...

    https://www.facebook.com/#!/IFFToronto?sk=info link if anyone is interested in attending!

    Comment


      #3
      Re: A documentary done by Vice.com on ISB Fashion Week

      ^Wow, that looks so interesting! Thanks for the link, I'm gonna look into that. And yes, ditto @ these people thinking we're some oppressed, uber-conservative country. My biggest pet peeve.
      "Creativity and originality lie not in the avoidance of established forms, but in the imaginative use of them" Some smart wiz.

      Comment

      Working...
      X