Posts tagged ‘Designers’

July 7, 2011

British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon

The 125th annual Wimbledon tournament began yesterday with much hoorah from the fashion world. Just the other night, the women of the Women’s Tennis Association gathered for a pre-competition gala at The Roof Gardens in Kensington and the British Council of Fashion Designers rallied around of the tennis stars. These ladies may look smokin’ in tiny pleated skirts and poly/elastane tanks, but they clean up nice when powered by a council of designers. At least most of them do… See which one aced it, and which ones baselined. 

ACE: Caroline Wozniacki – Stella McCartney


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


The #1 high power fashion-cum-athletic designer Stella McCartney has fittingly taken the #1 player in the WTA as her own; Caroline Wozniacki is the face of Adidas by Stella McCartney. She’s flashing Stella off and on the court and crushing bitches on the grass court.


SIDESPIN: Serena Williams – Burberry


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


One half of the dominating twins, this side paneled sidespin hugs every solid muscle curve.


LOVE: Ana Ivanovic – Matthew Williamson


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


Playfully textured, the slight fringe reminds us of the grass courts on which the tournament takes place. Mini-skirts and fast balls…


WILDCARD: Jelena Jankovic – Vivienne Westwood


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


This dress is a shirred thing. Will a win be in the bag?


FAULT: Heather Watson – Mulberry


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon
How one makes an superbly trim athlete look frumpy is beyond me, but unfortunately Mulberry has done that for Watson. And the shoes look like ace bandages, not a good look for a competing tennis pro.


FLATLINER: Laura Robson – Temperley


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


She hits it low and steady. None too exciting, except for the shoulders.


LET: Andrea Petkovic – Richard Nicoll


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon
The tennis imagery works in the iridescence, but the fit? The ref is consulting the umpire for a final decision.


BYE: Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova – David Koma
British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


Its tennis themed pleat cuts her off all wrong, and ends up making her look wide. Too much, yet too little.


LOVE LOVE: Maria Sharpova – Alexander McQueen


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


Stuns, absolutely radiant.


MATCH POINT: Bethanie Mattek-Sands – Alex Noble


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


Designer to Lady Gaga, Alex Noble created the bodice of this dress out of, you guessed it, tennis balls. Tis possible that only an entity like Mother Monster could pull off such a thing, but don’t get us wrong Bethanie, we admire your balls.


Good little ball boy he is, Nicholas Kirkwood heeled the whole WTA for this night.


Designers gave the gala a big serve, but who won the game point in your book?


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July 1, 2011

British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon

The 125th annual Wimbledon tournament began yesterday with much hoorah from the fashion world. Just the other night, the women of the Women’s Tennis Association gathered for a pre-competition gala at The Roof Gardens in Kensington and the British Council of Fashion Designers rallied around of the tennis stars. These ladies may look smokin’ in tiny pleated skirts and poly/elastane tanks, but they clean up nice when powered by a council of designers. At least most of them do… See which one aced it, and which ones baselined. 

ACE: Caroline Wozniacki – Stella McCartney


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


The #1 high power fashion-cum-athletic designer Stella McCartney has fittingly taken the #1 player in the WTA as her own; Caroline Wozniacki is the face of Adidas by Stella McCartney. She’s flashing Stella off and on the court and crushing bitches on the grass court.


SIDESPIN: Serena Williams – Burberry


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


One half of the dominating twins, this side paneled sidespin hugs every solid muscle curve.


LOVE: Ana Ivanovic – Matthew Williamson


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


Playfully textured, the slight fringe reminds us of the grass courts on which the tournament takes place. Mini-skirts and fast balls…


WILDCARD: Jelena Jankovic – Vivienne Westwood


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


This dress is a shirred thing. Will a win be in the bag?


FAULT: Heather Watson – Mulberry


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon
How one makes an superbly trim athlete look frumpy is beyond me, but unfortunately Mulberry has done that for Watson. And the shoes look like ace bandages, not a good look for a competing tennis pro.


FLATLINER: Laura Robson – Temperley


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


She hits it low and steady. None too exciting, except for the shoulders.


LET: Andrea Petkovic – Richard Nicoll


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon
The tennis imagery works in the iridescence, but the fit? The ref is consulting the umpire for a final decision.


BYE: Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova – David Koma
British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


Its tennis themed pleat cuts her off all wrong, and ends up making her look wide. Too much, yet too little.


LOVE LOVE: Maria Sharpova – Alexander McQueen


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


Stuns, absolutely radiant.


MATCH POINT: Bethanie Mattek-Sands – Alex Noble


British Council of Fashion Designers Play a Love Game at Wimbledon


Designer to Lady Gaga, Alex Noble created the bodice of this dress out of, you guessed it, tennis balls. Tis possible that only an entity like Mother Monster could pull off such a thing, but don’t get us wrong Bethanie, we admire your balls.


Good little ball boy he is, Nicholas Kirkwood heeled the whole WTA for this night.


Designers gave the gala a big serve, but who won the game point in your book?


June 30, 2011

7TH EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL PLASTIC AND PACKAGING INDUSTRY EXHIBITION

PLASTI & PACK PAKISTAN – POWER OF INTEGRAL SECTOR

31may ti 3 june 2010

Karachi expo center

Ever since its inception; the International Plastic & Packaging Industry Exhibition – PLASTI & PACK PAKISTAN has established itself as an important platform for displaying state-of-the-art machinery, materials and process innovations under one roof. The show has attracted key professionals from major sectors including food & beverages, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, household products and chemicals, thus has enabled the exhibiting companies to market their products to a highly targeted audience.

PLASTI & PACK PAKISTAN 2009 highlighted its position as an exclusive B2B event for accentuating profitable business decisions in the plastic, printing and packaging industries. It had the participation of 179 companies from 25 countries with dedicated pavilions of Italy, China, Taiwan and U.A.E. The exhibition was visited by more than 10,000 business professionals and was extensively covered by local and international media with the presence of over 50 electronic and print media representatives.

The 7th Edition of the International Plastic & Packaging Industry Exhibition – PLASTI & PACK PAKISTAN 2010 will offer the exhibitors an unparalleled opportunity to meet with their clients, discuss business prospects and close deals in a highly conducive environment.

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HOTELS INFORMATION

AVARI TOWERS Fatima Jinnah, Karachi 75530, Pakistan.

Tel: + 92-111-282-747

Fax: + 92-21-3567-8524

Email: reservation_at@avari.com

Website www.avari.com

MARRIOTT 9, Abdullah Haroon Road, Karachi, Pakistan.

Tel: +92-21-111-22-33-44

Fax: +92-21-3568-0981

Email: reservation@marriott.com

Website www.marriott.com.pk/

REGENT PLAZA Shahrah-e-Faisal, Karachi, Pakistan

Tel: + 92-21- 3565-7000

Fax: + 92-21- 3563-1521 / 23

Email: rphcc@cyber.net.pk

Website www.rphcc.com

BEACH LUXURY M. T. Khan Road, Karachi, Pakistan.

Tel: + 92-21-35611031

Fax: + 92-21-35611625 / 35610673

Email: beachlux@khi.comsats.net.pk

PEARL CONTINENTAL Club Road, Karachi, Pakistan

Tel:+92-21-568-5021

[50 lines],111-505-505

Fax: +92-21-3568-1835

Email: pchk@hashoogroup.com
www.pchotels.com.pk/

SHERATON Club Road,

Karachi, Pakistan

Tel: + 92-21-35633333

Fax: + 92-21-35633225

Email: kshsales@cyber.net.pk

For Hotel Information kindly contact our Official Hospitality Partner Rakaposhi Tours.

Rakaposhi Tours is the pioneer tour-operating firm in Pakistan. With the advent of time, the firm has been able to establish a broad network of international agents worldwide. Adding new dimensions to its services, Rakaposhi Tours now specialises in making boarding & lodging arrangements and providing touring facilities for the exhibitors and trade delegations within Pakistan as well as abroad.

Contact:

info@plastipac.com.pk

CABS (Karachi)

METRO CABSTel:
+92-21-111-222-787
WHITE CABSTel:
+92-21-111-789-786
RED TOP CABSTel:
+92-21-111-733-700

Rent A CAR

AVISTel:+92-21-3563-3129 HERTZTel:+92-21-111-365-247

BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATION

PLASTI & PACK Pakistan offers unlimited opportunities for its participants through establishing:

  • Joint ventures with foreign firms to help raise the standard of the local industry’s manufacturing capabilities.
  • Greater collaboration among scientists, researchers and industry specialists.
  • Enhancement in value and standard of plastic & packaging products for both local consumers and international market.
  • Research & development for evolving better techniques of preservation, packaging and value addition.
  • Substantial financial and technical support to upgrade standard of exportable products in accordance with internationally established standards.
  • Acquisition of latest technology in plastic & packaging industry.
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June 30, 2011

CONNECTIT 2010

With the participation of 95 companies from 12 countries, CONNECT 2009 successfully became the largest sourcing destination for the Information and Communications Technology industry. The 5th Edition of CONNECT is scheduled from 8 – 10 of May, 2010 at Karachi Expo Centre.

CONNECT 2010 is poised to bring forth international suppliers and local vendors to generate ICT business in the region. The participants will have opportunities to establish contacts with key decision makers of high value projects. The exhibition will demonstrate cutting edge technology to a targeted audience and will bring together Industry leaders seeking more efficient solutions through innovation and technology.

The event is an excellent platform for Information and Communication Technology experts for maximum exposure, establish new business leads and strengthen existing contacts with the local market. The show is well attended by IT professionals, key decision makers and entrepreneurs from across Pakistan.

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