pakistani fashion, pakistan, fashion, sustainability, ecofriendly, environmental, carbon footprint, ethical, upcycling, traditional

Exclusive Insights: Fashion Sustainability in Pakistan

Apart from learning so much about climate action + waste management in Pakistan, my three months at GarbageCAN! Sustainable Waste Management also gave me the opportunity to dive into the fashion landscape here! For this article, I had the privilege to interview Syntech Fibres, famed luxury designer, Deepak Perwani himself, ethical fashion label Koel, and NGO Rana Liaquat Craftsmen Colony about their efforts towards sustainability in the industry. From dyeing … Continue reading Exclusive Insights: Fashion Sustainability in Pakistan

fashion, style, runway

Eco-Fashion: Runways & Awards

Originally written & published for Luxiders Magazine, Berlin. Read here. In the midst of Spring/Summer 2020 fashion weeks, we take a moment to look at the other end of the spectrum, at eco-fashion runways. With countless new luxury collections showcased during the two most important times of the fashion calendar (FW/SS), it’s important to slow down and consider alternatives that are not only good for business, but … Continue reading Eco-Fashion: Runways & Awards

Style | Summer In Seoul

Top three vacay looks. Denim on Denim Black button-down shirt with necktie, distressed + flared denim jeans, denim jacket, mom’s black slip-ons and embellished Gucci sunglasses. Red Bubblegum Cold-shoulder knit sweater with midi button-down skirt, Adidas sneakers and (unknown)  sunglasses. Citrus Zest Tie-front crop top with midi skirt, brown loafers, cheetah print clutch and gold accessories.   Continue reading Style | Summer In Seoul

mashal mush, hk, travel, tourism, over tourism, holidays, spain, barcelona

A Deep-Dive Into Overtourism

Originally written & published for Luxiders Magazine, Print Magazine Edition #2, Berlin. In today’s digital age where cultural, religious and language barriers are crossed by international globetrotters – long gone are the days when traveling used to be considered a form of luxury, as it is now something more of a necessity. It’s become an escape for many on the search for personal growth and an … Continue reading A Deep-Dive Into Overtourism