This Pakistani Designer’s Inclusive Collection For Plus Size Women Is The Most Beautiful Thing Ever

By Biya Haq | 11 Apr, 2018

Fashion Pakistan Week Spring/Summer 18 is in full swing and the annual showcase in Karachi has been killing it lately.

Everything from Syra and her Mama in law strutting adorably down the runway,

To lol, Zara Noor’s *quick* moment on the catwalk,

Things have been pretty eventful lately.

However, the real talk of the town was Cheena Safina’s Chahhapra’s showcase of her ‘Buxom’ collection, donned on some of the most BEAUTIFUL, BADASS WOMEN AROUND.

The brand most flawlessly celebrated women, womanhood and the beauty of the real woman, plus sized and all.

When it comes to fashion in Pakistan, there’s a certain stereotype that boxes all Pakistani women in a single type. Lines like Cheena Chahhapra absolutely thrash that notion and throw it out the window.

Never have we ever seen such sass in one room and we are HERE FOR IT.

This. Is. Elegance. WOW.

The runway was absolutely dripping with confidence, grace and hello, ATTITUDE.


In a world of high fashion, bold statements and ‘chicness,’ it was so nice and refreshing to see women on the catwalk actually having fun.


Love it.

Follow Cheena Safina on Instagram for more updates and for some really beautiful clothes for ALL women.

What did you think of the show? Beautiful right? What would you do on the catwalk? Freeze? Dance it off? Let us know in the comments section below! Love you.

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Cover photo source: @Get1Influenced/@Maliharehman1 Via: Instagram

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