12:49 PM

Terror-ific fashion week in pakistan

Having a fashion week in Pakistan is great. I dress up like a hobo most of the year around, but the study of fashion (fashionology?) is just so intriguing. When, people were wearing what? How different colors and textures come together? The history of it. Creativity at its best and worst. So yeah, for a billion and one reasons it was great.

But why is it that instead of writing about the designers who participated, the models who owned the ramp, the crowd that was there, the celebrities that looked glam and the ones who looked not so, all people can talk about is terrorism. Why, for once, can we not stop talking about it? Isn't it enough that every drawing room conversation revolves around it? The security check posts that litter the town, constantly reminding of the times that we are living in. Then why drag that in to this?... and also the whole narrative about how the "West" doesn't portray us in the right light and bla bla bla . "we are not paindu, we are mighty cool"...arkh!

I'm sorry, maybe its my lack of comprehension, but I really don't see why that's the only thing which comes to our mind.

4 comments:

Aeish said...

Haha those are defense mechanisms at work Annie. I can't understand that if we ourselves as a nation cannot learn to put all this stuff in the background, out of limelight, for once, how can we expect others to do this. We are obsessed with our problems and somewhere in all that obsession drama, we've been magnifying them!

Bollytadka said...

Well Said

Nahl said...

Totally, wholeheartedly agree.

littlemissjuicy said...

Totally, wholeheartedly agree.
And that was my old profile that I commented from. Akh. Need to change my habits!