Wednesday, 26 November 2014 00:00

Canary Cove – creativity at its best

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You can’t make your kids wear anything and everything and expect them to be okay with it. Children these days have a keenly-honed sense of fashion and want to be ahead of the game when it comes to trends.

Those who fail to understand that are the ones who will be losing out on the numbers game. Tanya Fatah Maskatiya of Canary Cove is well-versed in kiddy fashion and her brand is dedicated to bringing happiness to the little ones and their fashion conscious mothers. Her brand caters to children of all ages, has a range of handmade accessories for grown-ups and also consists of gorgeous home accessories bound to enhance the aesthetics of your humble abode.

 

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Children these days are dictating their style choices, and Canary Cove’s forte is essentially to cater to those needs using finely designed ornaments using sterling silver, yellow and white-plated gold and yellow gold. 

 

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Canary Cove is one of the very few designer labels in Pakistan that has benefited from the desire for children’s jewellery – it’s versatile and has established for itself a strong brand presence.

 

“Canary Cove’s collection offers a wide assortment of fashion accessories. Whether you're on the lookout for a memorable keepsake for a newborn, something for a trendy teen, a housewarming present for a friend or a statement accessory for own yourself, this fashion line is the answer to your prayers,” says Zoyaa Mahmood – Fashion Analyst, Daraz.pk.  

 

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The eclectic jewellery line is testament to the notion that gone are the days when pearls were only for grannies. Embellished with beautiful pearls, colorful enamel, delicate chains and precious birthstones, the baubles are on-trend and incredibly hard to resist.

 

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Currently, the label is only available online, however, with each passing day the fan base is increasing by leaps and bounds and soon the beautiful jewellery collection will be hitting physical stores.

Saman Javed

Saman Javed was working as a Life and Style journalist at The Express Tribune and before that, she also worked for SHE Magazine.

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