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Sarah Abbasi hadn’t intended to “do” bridal when she launched her label, Sahroo , last summer, but her knack for all things ivory has turned her into a burgeoning resource for the aisle-bound. Having grown up between Chicago and Pakistan, she has built her brand around the idea of modernizing the “uniform” of Pakistani women. Elegant matching sets are the foundation of their wardrobe: jackets and trousers, tunics and wide-leg pants, long skirts and blouses. Abbasi has the advantage of knowing exactly how those pieces are made—and how all clothing should be made, really—because she saw it firsthand in her aunt’s design workshop. Her circa-2019 twist? Adding feathered trims, hand-beading, a... Full story

23 April