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Scream Pakistan’s new look for the women of today is taking the fashion scene by storm variety from formal to causal dress makes it the most wanted dress code ever for women a sneak peak into the design line as follows.

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SCREAM is a clothing line inspired by a joyous emotion of extreme excitement. What do you do when you get a complete package? You SCREAM, in joy, that’s exactly what we make you do by giving you a complete Fashion Package. We aim for high fashion, with contemporary trends and silhouettes you can only DREAM of, juxtaposing them at prices to SCREAM for!! Call us a fashion geek as we have a screaming passion for fashion, now fashion is spelled as S.C.R.E.A.M.SO LIKE US AND STAY UPDATED …….

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The elegant approach

Scream is taking over the fashion world with its ingenious fashion line. Here we have the Head Over Heels Two Piece Tunic which features a double treat for all the ladies. It is composed of two tops; the Navy Blue one has a stylish round neck and three-quarter sleeves and a catchy graphic right above the pleated hemline. The red one, worn underneath is a sleeveless tunic with a similar stylish round neck and hemline. The best part is you can wear both of them together or separately and not lose an ounce of the panache of the original two-piece ensemble. Throw in some zebra striped tights to match the graphic, and make people fall head over heels in love with your sense of style.

The Zulu Goddess 


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2 days before eid the grand launch of the latest youth connection product launch by hasan soomro a well know figure in Pakistan for his acting and tv production, the icon hasan placed another milestone by bring his t-shirts and footwear collection along with his friend Kamran Ata well known for his design work and social media PR.

Where’s Your ID Justin? Popstar Justin Bieber Chaperoned Out Of Hollywood Nightclub For Being ‘Too Young’

After months of partying on his ‘Believe’ tour, it seems that Bieber’s nightclubbing spree came to a bit of an embarrassing bump on Saturday night as the ‘Boyfriend’ singer was allegedly escorted out of a nightclub in LA for being underage.

The 19-year old singer was said to be feeling “really embarrassed” after security told him to leave Hollywood’s Lure nightclub at around 7pm, before the real partying had even kicked off. However the teen sensation was so desperate to attend the nightclub’s Toxic Luau Beach Day party that he even attempted to sneak in through the back door:

“Someone from Justin’s team had come earlier in the day and told the club that he would be showing up,” a source told E! News.

“The club told him they wouldn’t let him in because he’s not 21. Bieber came anyways and tried to sneak through the back door.”

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DKNY Campaign Combines Art With Augmented Reality

For 16 years, the intersection of Houston Street and Broadway in New York City was crowned with a large billboard featuring a black and white montage of southern Manhattan inside the letters “DKNY” (pictured above). The billboard was pulled down in 2008 after Abercrombie & Fitch purchased the building that supported it — a change that not a few New Yorkers mourned.

Five years later, DKNY is reviving and expanding its outdoor advertising efforts through a variety of art installations around the world. DKNY has commissioned 10 artists from 10 cities — New York, London, Paris, Milan, Dubai, Kuwait City, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Seoul and Tokyo — to create outdoor art that interprets New York City in the context of the city in which each installation appears. Works will include billboards, sculpture, projected media and kiosks.

DKNY has gathered photos of several of the works alongside artist interviews and other behind-the-scenes materials at The site is also gathering photos and comments about the installations posted to Twitter, Instagram, Vine, Tumblr and Weibo.

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