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Pernia Qureshi Pops Up in Nairobi with Latest Collection

Pernia Qureshi Pops Up in Nairobi with Latest Collection



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BY RAVNEET SEHMI AND
MILLY MAINA

PHOTOS BY SIMON MULI

 

the second edition of Celebritea was held at the rooftop pool deck of the Trademark Hotel on 12th October.
The indulgent high tea event featured celebrity stylist and fashion entrepreneur Pernia Qureshi and celebrity grooming expert Marc Robinson from India and international makeup artist Nallah Sangare. It was attended by the likes of PR Guru Gina Din Kariuki and fashion blogger Fashionable Step Mum aka Catherine Kariuki.
Apart from the networking between the creme de la creme of the society, the high tea experience was an elegant and a memorable affair.
“Pernia Qureshi’s story is impressive, she has seven brands on her label, she’s a fashion entrepreneur and she’s someone I personally look up to in the fashion industry,” said Sanna Andani of Fashlore Fashion House.

Pernia launched her new organic collection Gur to test it in this market, modelled by local models and a number of socialites.
“I brought some festive wear, some bestsellers as Diwali is around the corner and everybody needs something nice.

I also brought Spring Summer collections including skirts and dresses, trousers, daily wear and party wear,” Pernia added. She also brought jewellery as well as hand-embroidered juttis.

Celebritea is a collaborative effort between Trademark Hotel, Sanna Andani of Fashlore and Rani Jamal of Ranee Productions.

On 13th October alongside Pernia Qureshi Brands, they held a Festive Pop Up shopping experience where Pernia interacted with the many shoppers who had turned up, assisting in advising and styling.

She noted the sophistication and elegance of Kenyan women, lauding that they are in great shape. On her own fashion sensibilities, Pernia believes in beautiful feminine clothes that are well-made. “I believe in using good fabrics because when you buy a piece it should be for a really long time or for life.”

Pernia was in Nairobi and Africa in general for the first time. “It was long overdue that I make my visit. Sadly, it isn’t a holiday but there’s so much work back home. I will come back soon to experience Nairobi properly,” she noted. Her new collection is available at Fashlore.

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