KARACHI: There’s something so romantic and regal about hats. They instantly transport you to a time when living life was an art, demanding a certain etiquette and grace. Of course one observed many a hat at the recent much-hyped royal weddings in England and Wales, but largely hats have disappeared from the fashion scene. So while today this once-a-staple of a lady’s closet may seem like a relic of a bygone era, Nazgul Nejmi, half-Cypriot half-Pakistani business graduate, is bringing hats back from fashion obscurity in her current hedonistic home town, Dubai, under the label Nazgul Nejmi Millinery.

KARACHI: There’s something so romantic and regal about hats. They instantly transport you to a time when living life was an art, demanding a certain etiquette and grace. Of course one observed many a hat at the recent much-hyped royal weddings in England and Wales, but largely hats have disappeared from the fashion scene. So while today this once-a-staple of a lady’s closet may seem like a relic of a bygone era, Nazgul Nejmi, half-Cypriot half-Pakistani business graduate, is bringing hats back from fashion obscurity in her current hedonistic home town, Dubai, under the label Nazgul Nejmi Millinery.

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