Ali Xeeshan Theatre Studio Collections

Known for his unusual approach towards fashion, Ali Xeeshan is a well-versed name in Pakistan’s fashion industry. When you search the word drama you’ll find Ali’s name written there. He is not only a creative genius but is known for portraying his love for theatre in his articles. Ever since the brand’s launch, they have displayed various collections of bridals, formals, luxury formals, and basics as well. The brand also has done multiple collaborations with different designers such as generation, Warda clothing, and Alkaram, etc. His designs are seen on red carpets and destination weddings alike

Ali Xeeshan Studio

Each one of Ali Xeeshan’s campaigns carries an important message and is inspired by either nature, architecture, or important social issues. The latest bridal collection raised an important issue of dowry and child marriage. His “7 sins” collection portrayed a theatric experience of dreamy and bold outfits that will make a statement wherever you go. This collection covered a wide range of hues and tones and a versatile color palette that covered blacks, reds, pinks, blues and white dresses. They also launched their luxury pret collection “Sandal” which celebrated love, inner peace, and spirituality with easy-breezy pieces.

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The notorious ventures of Ali Xeeshan with florals, nature, and architectural designs paired with western cuts and eastern traditions make it their signature. Velvet, the most loved fabric of winter, received an interesting take from the brand 'Makhmal', a collection featuring retro velvet designs with traditional embellishments and a relaxed silhouette.

His luxury bridal collection “Amaltaas” was an homage to royalty and Turkish culture. Heavy embroideries and embellishments on a dark canvas with contrasting shades will instantly make you feel like a queen. Apart from bridals and formals, the couture collections are also a go-to for Pakistani fashion divas on red carpets and shoots such as Iqra Aziz wore a power suit by the brand with a long train on an award show.

Ali Xeeshan’s Real Brides

If you’re a bridezilla and you want to be in the spotlight and have the most extra wedding possible then Ali Xeeshan’s signature bridals should be your go-to. Waliya Najib opted for Ali’s Bridals for her big day, she choose “Tassawur” as her wedding day ensemble. The whole outfit spoke royalty and glamour and she looked like a vision in it. The heavily embellished lehenga with intricate zardozi, zari, and gota embroidery paired with a plain fitted choli but the main focus of the dress was the two dupatta looks. One heavily embellished one was worn over the shoulder and the other was a chiffon one with big floral detailing with the longest most dramatic train which left us all in awe.

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Ali Xeeshan Theatre Studio Collections

Known for his unusual approach towards fashion, Ali Xeeshan is a well-versed name in Pakistan’s fashion industry. When you search the word drama you’ll find Ali’s name written there. He is not only a creative genius but is known for portraying his love for theatre in his articles. Ever since the brand’s launch, they have displayed various collections of bridals, formals, luxury formals, and basics as well. The brand also has done multiple collaborations with different designers such as generation, Warda clothing, and Alkaram, etc. His designs are seen on red carpets and destination weddings alike

Ali Xeeshan Studio

Each one of Ali Xeeshan’s campaigns carries an important message and is inspired by either nature, architecture, or important social issues. The latest bridal collection raised an important issue of dowry and child marriage. His “7 sins” collection portrayed a theatric experience of dreamy and bold outfits that will make a statement wherever you go. This collection covered a wide range of hues and tones and a versatile color palette that covered blacks, reds, pinks, blues and white dresses. They also launched their luxury pret collection “Sandal” which celebrated love, inner peace, and spirituality with easy-breezy pieces.

Ali Xeeshan Online

The notorious ventures of Ali Xeeshan with florals, nature, and architectural designs paired with western cuts and eastern traditions make it their signature. Velvet, the most loved fabric of winter, received an interesting take from the brand 'Makhmal', a collection featuring retro velvet designs with traditional embellishments and a relaxed silhouette.

His luxury bridal collection “Amaltaas” was an homage to royalty and Turkish culture. Heavy embroideries and embellishments on a dark canvas with contrasting shades will instantly make you feel like a queen. Apart from bridals and formals, the couture collections are also a go-to for Pakistani fashion divas on red carpets and shoots such as Iqra Aziz wore a power suit by the brand with a long train on an award show.

Ali Xeeshan’s Real Brides

If you’re a bridezilla and you want to be in the spotlight and have the most extra wedding possible then Ali Xeeshan’s signature bridals should be your go-to. Waliya Najib opted for Ali’s Bridals for her big day, she choose “Tassawur” as her wedding day ensemble. The whole outfit spoke royalty and glamour and she looked like a vision in it. The heavily embellished lehenga with intricate zardozi, zari, and gota embroidery paired with a plain fitted choli but the main focus of the dress was the two dupatta looks. One heavily embellished one was worn over the shoulder and the other was a chiffon one with big floral detailing with the longest most dramatic train which left us all in awe.

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Ali Xeeshan Theatre Studio Collections

Known for his unusual approach towards fashion, Ali Xeeshan is a well-versed name in Pakistan’s fashion industry. When you search the word drama you’ll find Ali’s name written there. He is not only a creative genius but is known for portraying his love for theatre in his articles. Ever since the brand’s launch, they have displayed various collections of bridals, formals, luxury formals, and basics as well. The brand also has done multiple collaborations with different designers such as generation, Warda clothing, and Alkaram, etc. His designs are seen on red carpets and destination weddings alike

Ali Xeeshan Studio

Each one of Ali Xeeshan’s campaigns carries an important message and is inspired by either nature, architecture, or important social issues. The latest bridal collection raised an important issue of dowry and child marriage. His “7 sins” collection portrayed a theatric experience of dreamy and bold outfits that will make a statement wherever you go. This collection covered a wide range of hues and tones and a versatile color palette that covered blacks, reds, pinks, blues and white dresses. They also launched their luxury pret collection “Sandal” which celebrated love, inner peace, and spirituality with easy-breezy pieces.

Ali Xeeshan Online

The notorious ventures of Ali Xeeshan with florals, nature, and architectural designs paired with western cuts and eastern traditions make it their signature. Velvet, the most loved fabric of winter, received an interesting take from the brand 'Makhmal', a collection featuring retro velvet designs with traditional embellishments and a relaxed silhouette.

His luxury bridal collection “Amaltaas” was an homage to royalty and Turkish culture. Heavy embroideries and embellishments on a dark canvas with contrasting shades will instantly make you feel like a queen. Apart from bridals and formals, the couture collections are also a go-to for Pakistani fashion divas on red carpets and shoots such as Iqra Aziz wore a power suit by the brand with a long train on an award show.

Ali Xeeshan’s Real Brides

If you’re a bridezilla and you want to be in the spotlight and have the most extra wedding possible then Ali Xeeshan’s signature bridals should be your go-to. Waliya Najib opted for Ali’s Bridals for her big day, she choose “Tassawur” as her wedding day ensemble. The whole outfit spoke royalty and glamour and she looked like a vision in it. The heavily embellished lehenga with intricate zardozi, zari, and gota embroidery paired with a plain fitted choli but the main focus of the dress was the two dupatta looks. One heavily embellished one was worn over the shoulder and the other was a chiffon one with big floral detailing with the longest most dramatic train which left us all in awe.