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FEBRUARY 6, 2011
STYLE TRENDS BOOKS INTERVIEWS GOSSIP Q&A SOCIETY
THIS PANELLED KAMEEZ WITH SHARARA AND LONG HEMLINES HAS CHAMPIONED TRADITIONAL ATTIRE THAT IS PERFECTLY MADE FOR THE MODERN BRIDE OF TODAY WHILE STILL RETAINING THE
S PANELLED KAMEEZ WITH SHARARA AND LONG HEMLINES HAS CHAMPIONED TRADITIONAL ATTIRE THAT IS PERFECTLY MADE FOR THE
AFFAIR A PARISIAN
Meet designer Feeha Jamshed who has fashion in her genes
See the style regimes best out ts from the runways
PM AJK Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan talks about the Kashmir freedom struggle
American Idol premieres with new judges and the same old show
Explore the true perspective of Babri Mosque
INSIDE THIS WEEKFEBRUARY 06, 2011
PICKS OF THE WEEK
CAPITAL TALK SOCIETY
Take a trip to Paris with super model Nadia Hussain
Weekly astrological forecasts
Remembering artiste Abdul Rahim Nagori
Go through the smart wish-list for best buys
Did something go wrong at the Islamabad Fashion Week?
Report on the happenings and events in your metropolis
Learn to make the best sweet treats
Bestseller Pakistan Terrorism Ground Zero
6014 JUDICIARY MUST ASSERT ITS AUTHORITYTHE KASHMIR FREEDOM STRUGGLE INTERVIEWINTERVIEW
The Sunday Plus team presents to you another exciting issue. The team has worked hard to ensure there is no let up in our exclusive stories and interviews. AJK Prime Minister Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan in an exclusive interview talks about the unprecedented wave of freedom struggle that has engulfed the Indian held Kashmir. Top leader of the lawyers movement Hamid Khan has urged the judiciary to assert its authority. Learn about the true perspective of Babri Mosque from Dr Shaukat Mahmood. This week bring to you new informative section on environment. Feeha Jamshed of Teejays talks about her life and style and what is till today been very confi dential. Take a trip to Paris with super model Nadia Hussain to showcase Nomi Ansaris new collection. Style geeks get in ready for FRESH-OFF-THE-RAMP. Check the style regimes best outfi ts from runways on the fashion pages. We await your feedback. Stay with us every week to enjoy the Sunday Plus.
Deputy Managing DirectorRameeza Nizami
Group Editor:Salim Bokhari
Editor Magazine:Emanuel Sarfraz
Editorial Staff : Bishakha Khadka Kunwar, Madiha Syedain, Sadaf Pervez & Navirah Zafar
Creative Team: Shoaib Qadir, Faisal Fazal, Talal Waheed, HM. Nouman, & Sohail Abbas
Marketing: Bilal Mahmood, Muhammad Zaeem & Salman Ahmed
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By Bishakha Khadka Kunwar
FEEHA JAMSHED: FASHION INHER GENESWatching Feeha on the runway and meeting her in person, you feel that this charming heiress of the eponymous label Teejays has turned the tables around and has managed to make her mark on the Pakistani fashion circuit with her exquisite taste and her signature style. Her sense of style and designs has taken Teejays to such extraordinary heights, which make it obvious that Feeha has her fi nger fi rmly on the fashion pulse.
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Gadgets you loveWell I am more into the hand made gadgets, putting two things together to make one.Coloursall colours except lilacBooktoo many to nameMoviea very unfair question.
Before meeting Feeha at a local caf, I have to admit I regarded my interview with her with just a bit of trepidation. But as I approached Feeha in the courtyard, the smile on her face and a warm hug mellowed my anxiety. I could not help but notice her remarkable innate sense of style. The black balloon dress, stacks of bangles on her refl ected the je ne sais quoi attitude that posses fi rmly in her genes. The way she is following her fathers steps, its safe to call her as her fathers protg.
Besides the obvious influence of her father, Tanvir Jamshed, Feeha has turned everything, played the rules and inserted her own sartorial sense into Teejays. In every fashion show, Feeha has managed to garner accolades from many and not with-out a reason. Feeha is one of the few young designers whose forte lies in creating the easy-breezy, casual chic that has been revolutionised since Teejays evolution forty years ago.
There is a confident eccentricity in her designs that is hard to ignore which is reflected on her latest col-lection TEEJAYS EVOLUTION that is inspired by Teejays existence of forty years in fashion, from bohemia in the 70s, into militia in 80s and 90s and vintage during the 2000s and recently the space age.
Teejays philosophy Style makes man, man makes revolutionary fashion is what keeps Feeha ingenious. Consistently in-novative yet relevant, Feeha Jamsheds designs have shot her straight to the fashion
forefront and has taken the fashion world by storm. In an exclusive rendezvous with the Sunday Plus, Feeha spills some candid secrets about her designs and her eclectic style.
Your design philosophy? My design philosophy is the same as
TEEJAYS; having designs on Pakistan. What does easy chic mean to you?
Easy chic means that it is easily avail-able and is easily worn, minimal and stitched in the best way possible with an element of style
What does success mean to you? Success is a relative term, depends
what success is measured to whether money, love fame or happiness. Success for me is to being grateful at the end of the day. That feeling can take you places.
Who is your favourite designer (Lo-cal and International)?
Locally my favourite designers are Umar Sayeed, Kamiar Rokhni and Iman Ahmed of Body Focus locally. Interna-tionally I like Alaexander Wang, Stella Mcartney, Jill Sanders and Balanciaga.
Your day starts with.A glass of warm lemon water and honey and a cup of tea. Eggs in any form is a must for me.
You are addicted to Music
Dream destinationSomewhere up north, South America or somewhere across Europe. Its a tough question.
An unknown fact about yourself that I dont brush my hair.
One thing you would like to change about yourself too late to change anything. I have become comfortable with I am and look.
A must have for you Good music.
Beauty crimeA dark lip liner with a nude lip colour inside.
Beauty secretOrganic way of living: eating right fruits and vegetables and exercise.
Wearing you. Style icon
My mother in her youth, the seventies. Celebrities you would love to dress
Queen Rania. Who do you think is the most over-
rated designer? There is a mix of both under-rated and
over-rated. Personal strengths
family. Your rst fashion creation
Thirteen years ago I made the kameez with the collar look for the drama serial Tumhi To Ho for Atiqa Odhos character directed by Marina Khan.
Personal weaknessesbefore I used to think twice in doing
something for myself. Your journey so-far
grateful. A city that inspires you
the street culture from any city inspires me.
A person who inspires/inspired you the most my father and my late maternal and paternal grandfathers.
The best thing about being a Paki-stanithe truck art is only available in Pakistan and is now world re-known. The fact that we are a resilient nation.
One thing I would change about Pakistan isthe attitude of living in a bubble.
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CLOSET CONFIDENTIAL: 3-must haves in anyones closetGood pair of jeans, basic white shirt and good innerwear. Up for grabs on your shopping list for now because of the weather, a nice jacket and the other would be a nice printed bag. The thing I treasure most from my wardrobe is... my great grand mothers Nikkah Kameez and my mothers Afghani shawl. PerfumesEscada by Escada, Rose by Paul Smith and also diff erent types of itar. Brands you buy none
SIKANDER SHAHEEN: Every year on February 5 Kashmir Solidarity Day is observed. This year it is more signifi cant in the wake of unprecedented upris-ing in Indian Held Kashmir. What more needs to be done?SARDAR ATTIQUE AHMED KHAN: The struggle for the liberation of Kashmir is a peaceful movement. The international community is realising as to what people of Kashmir want. Parliamentary Committee of Muslim Conference has declared the 2011 as the Year of Self Determination. As leader of the house in AJK LA, I an-nounced that February 5 be honoured the title of UN Kashmir Mandate Day. We would make human hands chains at all the intersection points of Pakistan and AJK. Just recently, Pakistans foreign minister addressed the Parliamentary Party of Muslim Conference. People of Pakistan celebrate this day as enthusiastically as Kash-miris do. Protests are held outside United Nations offi ces across the world. Kashmiris and Pakistanis share very strong religious, social, cultural and historical bonds and Solidarity Day re ects these sentiments. The struggle for Kashmirs independence is an unfolding process and much needs to be done but just like you said that an unprecedented wave has engulfed the Occupied Valley which is a very healthy sign clearly forecasting the accomplishment of this noble causeliberation of Kash-mir. The US President, and the Chinese Prime Minister during their visi