Interlacing fashion and modesty


Lawrence Albaway, an English art critic coined the phrase “pop art” and it was defined as witty, transient, gimmicky and young.

That, is the very essence of the Zamaan Summer 2016 ‘Pop Art’ collection. They’re calling it fusion-fashion that’s vibrant, fun, playful yet sophisticated. I think they have succeeded in bringing that definition to life.

The collection features custom printed artwork on the back together with handcrafted embellishments. The front allows an effortless draped collar with an opening to further allow you to style your garment. A little charm with the Zamaan logo is the defining feature on their garments.




What I loved about wearing this piece:
Aside from the quirky detailing, the garment feels incredibly light and comfortable to wear.

I liked the ‘drama’ that the entire look evoked. It’s extremely theatrical and a piece that garnishes a lot of interest no matter where you are. And if you’re walking up, or down a flight of stairs, you are bound to have onlookers!



The turban fitted extremely well and it is manufactured with precision tailoring. The inner side is lined so that the fit is more structured. There is a large selection for you to choose from, so you can be assure that one will suit any particular outfit that you are trying to style.

I styled my outfit with a flat pair of shoes for the shoot here but I wore them with a nude pair of heels earlier on. The length (I took a 56) works well when wearing flats or heels and the garment is versatile enough to dress up or style down with a pair of jeans.

The service rendered by the Zamaan team was exceptional. I am extremely impressed by the style and I’m likely to invest in another piece if an occasion arises.

Clothing – Cross over white top: Mango | Wide leg culotte with front bow detail: Mango | Slip on: Melissa’s | Neckpiece: Swarovski | Earring: Mimco

Makeup – Lip colour: YSL Rouge Volupte Shine 8

PhotographyMr Mayat


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