Rizwan Beyg

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Rizwan Beyg


His photo is above, in brown jacket next to shalwared kids

Rizwan Beyg

Pakistan’s First Man of Design became internationally recognised for dressing up the late Diana, Princess of Wales. The undisputed king of the Pakistani ramp has been there and done that as far as fashion is concerned. Rizwan is one of those fashion revolutionaries who broke all the rules.

Apart from media networks such as the BBC and CNN, acclaimed magazines such as Harpers & Queen, Newsweek and several other fashion periodicals have carried his designs. Very open to change, he has dressed some of the biggest names in the fashion industry today. At the Lux Carnivalle de Couture this year, he won hearts all over again with the promise of becoming even bigger in 2007.

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