House of Braahtii, the mother company of Shaan-e-Pakistan, was started in 2006 and Creative Director for both the companies Huma Nasr aims to escalate culture tourism through fashion and crafts.
She works with Pakistan local artisans and also internationally, hence bringing all cultures together to cherish and with the aim of ‘Together We Grow’.
House of Braahtii has done major events in the international arena taking hundreds of people to different countries and escalating them on international platforms.
This campaign aims at oneness and creating brand collaboration, while also working with artisans and crafters to create her own brand House of Braahtii by giving opportunities to local and international artisans and amalgamation of hand work and inspiration from the world specially Pakistan, India, Turkey, Bangladesh, Lebanon and Sri Lanka to be the top.
Huma Nasr aimed to do an expo with the best international designers, fashionistas, food and musicians but due to COVID, the event was shelved.
With her aggressive and passionate drive and comeback, she created a great cause to escalate the great ‘Together We Grow’ campaign.
She is doing it in Pakistan and now entered the territory of Sri Lanka as she wishes to expand her vision to connect likewise to the community and target audience who love Pakistan fashion.
“We want to share the best pieces of House of Braahtii in Sri Lanka so we may cherish and encourage more and more craftsmen from Sri Lanka to Pakistan and Pakistan to Sri Lanka by exchange of fashion and improvise trade between both countries and hence increase economy and culture and tourism,” says Huma Nasr.
“Only fashion is the key and textile and sustainable fashion movement transcend between each country and we may support each other as countries and build community through our fair share as individuals.”
House of Braahtii being an international brand came up with its latest collection Huzoor Gee.
After a successful business venture in the USA, now she is showcasing in Colombo for the outreach to the clients for the festive season and has created a brides and pret collection to show and sell.
Huma Nasr’s creative direction justifies the fashion by diversity and brings the ghararas, jamawar, bridal, mehndi mayun suits and Indo fusion cuts also to be showcased and as her culture collaboration love of fashion.
She has recreated the sarong, the national dress of Sri Lanka, in her own way with designs and material from Pakistan so foreigners and also Sri Lankans can enjoy and experience a fashion exchange and fashion designers can introduce a new era. “
She is also planning on working with the best jewelry artisans and has a limited edition series to showcase and create opportunities to buy as travelling logistics has been difficult so she thinks such minimalist quality fashion events and exhibitions can keep our industries alive. “
Huma Nasr extended thanks to all supporters, sponsors and collaborators who believe in the same vision and support the international brand.
Plans are underway to re-announce the event ‘Promising Shaan-E-Pakistan Sri Lanka March 2022,’ which was supposed to be held in 2020. Spreading art, fashion, music, food and cherishing ideology and promoting culture and tourism is what Huma Nasr aims to do.