Styling the rising superstar Mansha Pasha

  • 23 May - 29 May, 2020
  • Mag The Weekly
  • Fashion

Ania Fawad is a celebrity stylist based out of San Francisco and has been working her magic with Pakistani stars as well as international and local designers. She has a rich portfolio of styling queens of Lollywood from big movie titles and a string of publications with features that sing to the tune of her talents. She Instagrams @aniafawad.

“Mansha is one of my most favorite clients to style,” Ania tells MAG. “We worked together for the promotions of her film Laal Kabootar, and are currently working together on the promotions of her upcoming film Kahay Dil Jidhar. Not only is she very easy to work with, she’s extremely professional, takes my opinions very seriously and always matches my effort in bringing my vision to life.”

Here are four winning looks of the ace actress and style secrets from her stylist. Stay with us.

This was the very first look I ever styled for Mansha so it’s always going to be special to me. Amna Arshad custom made this ice blue pishwaas for us. I colour-blocked the look by styling it with a pair of hot pink earrings by Allure and adding a splash of pink on her nails and lips. It’s the small details that really make or break a look.

This gorgeous rust sari by Rehstore definitely tops my list of favorites. I saw some of Rehmat Ajmal’s work on social media, and immediately became a fan. After discussing a fun colour combo with Mansha, I approached Rehmat to create an exclusive design for us. I styled the sari with a pair of spikey hoops by Mahrukh Akuly Jewelry to give the look a bit of an edge and chose a different tone of orange for her nails to make it a bit more fun.

Another look I really enjoyed working on was the self-portrait top, paired with striped earrings and white Marskinryyppy heels. Although the earrings and top were sourced separately, the patterns worked really well together and the asymmetrical top was quite flattering and fun.

My absolute favorite look on Mansha is the Purple Tibi top and pleated skirt by Topshop. I played with different tones of purple to create this look. But I think what I love most about it is the hairstyle we chose. It really complimented the entire look and she looked like an absolute doll.