`Shaan-e-Pakistan` returns with season 2

New Delhi, Mar. 12 (ANI): After its successful debut in 2015, ‘Shaan-e-Pakistan’ has made a comeback with its second season ‘Kya Dilli, Kya Lahore.’

The Indo-Pak collaborative platform is conceived and led by Huma Nassr of Braahtii and is all set to happen in the historic city of Lahore, Pakistan from March 20-22.

The second edition of ‘Shaan-e-Pakistan’ is a platform that will be giving a platform to a range of Pakistani and Indian participants across music, the culinary arts, fashion, textile, high street, accessories, lifestyle products at a 3-day exhibition, musical evening and dinner and fashion show.

Speaking about the platform, Huma Nassr of Braahti said, “We are extremely thrilled to host the second edition of Shaan-e-Pakistan here in Pakistan itself and what better place than the epicenter of culture, cuisine, history and more: Lahore.”

“Lahore and Delhi share many similarities, with a platform like Shaan-e-Pakistan we are providing an opportunity to our Indian friends to experience Lahore in its true sense. India is like a home to me and I wish the people of both countries to share their individualities and improve their relationships by showcasing their craft, talent and ideas on one unified platform,” she added.

‘Kya Dilli Kya Lahore’ will be a 3-Day event; the flow goes somewhat like this:

Day 1 will start with ‘Ek Shaam’ consisting of musical performances by artists Rekha Bhardvaj from India and Asrar and Mai Dhai from Pakistan followed by a culinary feast prepared by the best chefs from Pakistan and India.

Day 2 will consist of an open exhibition by all the participating retailers/craftsman including Amina Sultan, Anand Khanna, Beech Tree, Chapter 13, Elisha Wadhwani, Healiv, Jooti Shooti, Lace Up, Lucknow Sey, Milli Shoes, Mina Siddique, Nine Lines, Prisms and Paintbrushes, Sonia Ahuja, Sonrissa, Stratford Street, Susheel Jewellers, Womaniya Collection to name a selection of retailers.

Day 3 of the event will host a celebratory fashion showcase of 16 designers from across the fashion tiers from Pakistan, India and Bangladesh including Ahmed Bilal, Aisha Imran, Barae Khanom, Bibi Russell (Bangladesh), Braahtii by Huma Nassr, Fahad Hussayn, Joy Mitra, Jyoti Sachdev Iyer, Mehdi Designs, Republic Women’s Wear, Samanth Chauhan, Studio by AV, Style D’Elegance, Zainab Chottani, Zubia to name a few. (ANI)

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