Following Shamaeel Ansari, Fahad Hussayn presented a bridal collection titled “Putlighar” at PFDC L’Oréal Paris Bridal Week 2014. A visual comment on socio-political anthropology, hierarchies and the rise and fall of love lost to war, Fahad Hussayn’s bridal collection featured a wide spectrum of print museum couture editions hand embroidered with 3D cutouts, vintage tones and amalgamation of traditional craft with new age techniques and cuts to make beautiful, timeless and elegant pieces. Traditional zari work, 3D embellishment, threadwork and vintage tone of tilla on printed bases had been used. With a colour palette inspired by Cholistan and Thatta dolls, it depicted the royalty ruins and leftovers throughout the region. This collection also portrayed a bit of Cholistan, offered some glimpses into colonialism and the Ranjit Singh era which comes with the signature Fahad Hussayn trousseau and bridal looks for both men and women with a perfect blend of aristocratic grandeur and avant-garde glamour. Renowned TV personality Wiqar Ali Khan participated in the designer’s showcase as a showstopper.