Can someone come up with such distinctive ideas coincidentally?
Not really. It comes with an innate sense of aesthetics and the adequate amount of polishing.
A blend of both comes in the shape of Rizwan BeygIn 1989 a young architect changed the silhouette of Pakistani fashion. In his sensational debut showing, Rizwan Beyg pulled off a design fait accompli and shot to instant stardom in Pakistan’s fashion firmament. Fashion aficionados caught their first glimpse of that inimitable stamp of creative innovation that soon became Rizwan’s hallmark.In the nineties Rizwan experimented with and perfected the art of embroidery and embellishment. Threading his sense of aesthetics and colour into the splendour of the sub-continental heritage, Rizwan created a virtual renaissance of Mughal embroidery traditions. He then turned his talent to fusing east with west, embellishing the sharply defined lines of his new structured, angular silhouette with a contemporary reinterpretation of traditional craftsmanship.