Nasir Mazhar sent out a tongue-in-cheek take on the codes of hip-hop and street fashion, yet still in tune with the designer’s exuberant, more-is-more aesthetic. Models wore miniskirts in pink and silver Lurex, their stretch waistbands emblazoned with Mazhar’s name, while touches of fur on mittens and legwarmers added to the collection’s high-octane feel.

Mazhar fashioned miniskirts, zippered jackets and tracksuits from a glossy red aertex fabric. For a streetwise touch, most of the models sported backward-facing baseball caps in a rainbow of shades.

Nasir Mazhar sent out a tongue-in-cheek take on the codes of hip-hop and street fashion, yet still in tune with the designer’s exuberant, more-is-more aesthetic. Models wore miniskirts in pink and silver Lurex, their stretch waistbands emblazoned with Mazhar’s name, while touches of fur on mittens and legwarmers added to the collection’s high-octane feel.

Mazhar fashioned miniskirts, zippered jackets and tracksuits from a glossy red aertex fabric. For a streetwise touch, most of the models sported backward-facing baseball caps in a rainbow of shades.

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