hamari awaaz suno!
PG 36 - TRENDS
the power of people Voting is in! Not voting is out!
We got out on the streets to hear the voice of our everyday heroes
hotties of the week !
Find out who is on our hot radar this week!
Issue 258, 12-18 Aug, 2018 www.paperazzi.com.pk
behind the Actor Featuring Mubeeb Butt
national history museum Lahore Planes, trains & automobiles
back to school collection '18
Meet the team and the speakers behind TEDxLahore
ready set style
Sara Zahid styles four Natasha Kamal outfits & makes them her very own
Issue 258, 12-18 Aug, 2018 www.paperazzi.com.pk
contents 16 Pink Pistachio
Pink Pistachio hosted a bloggers meet. 18 With love from Japan Miniso launched its shop at Vogue Towers. 22 Cover Shoot By BTW. 28 Paperazzi eats Featuring Old Lahore. 30 Boss Lady Featuring Tanzila Khan. 32 Ready set style Featuring Natasha Kamal.
Publisher: Arif Nizami l Publishing Editors: Samina Khan & Meher Tareen l Contributing Editor: Ali Nizami Managing Editor: Mehak Elahi | Editors: Minahil Qasim, Ramina Maripova & Anum Teli Digital Media: Nazish Sameer | Creative Director: Muhammad Asif | Marketing: Sohail Abbas 0300-4652194, Zahid Ali 0301-8479758, Muddasir Alam 0333-2282905, Zulfiqar Butt 0300-8451634, Mudassar Chuhadry 0333-8106007, Photographers: Irfan Younas & Kamran Mehdi Printed at PTPRINT Press, 4- Shaarey Fatima Jinnah Lahore. | Paperazzi is a project of Paper Magazine and Pakistan Today. Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Immad, Zoya, Tajwar & Isfandyar
Pink Pistachio hosted an exclusive meet and greet for media at their recently opened cafĂŠ in Lahore.
Ramina & Umar Jahanzaeb
Nazish Sameer 16
Amna Monnoo 2018
Yasmin Hassan & Wasim Akram
Ahmed Farooq, Saad Javed, Hamza Babar & Al Hasnain
with love from japan
Amjad Bhatti & Amna Monnoo
Miniso launched its shop at Vogue Towers in Lahore with a bang! The PR & Event was managed by Centaur One.
Mahnoor Farooq, Rai Saad & Sarah Malik
Tooba Tariq & Zainab Chaudhry
Linda & Adam Shi 18
Meenal Qadir & Ifra Ishfaq
Faizan Akhter & Maryam Rana
Fatima & Alishba 20
Ghania Sohail 2018
Amna Naseer & Mahnoor Munir
Ghazi Khan & Ahmer Zahid
Esha Tur Razia, Soha Safdar & Hemayal Azhar
verybody, we loved this adorable café. P.s: their jazz playlist was really the cherry on top.
eat! 100% organic wh Puri made from
Khoye ka halwa
Lahore Lahore hai! Walled City in Lahore is a centre for traditional Pakistani food. One of the most unique tourist attractions in the city, the street is open around the clock serving some of the finest delicacies of our local cuisine.
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You have been served!
or work. local mirr Whats cookin'? 28
The best siri paye in the city.
Spice it up
Bola lassi wala
“Taj Mahal Sweets has been in business for the last 55 years and still opens up to a long line of customers waiting for the scrumptious halwa puri.” - Muhammad Akram (Owner)
Imran Pan Shop
The famous mutton Channay from Bola Channay Wala.
The wait was worth it! 2018
GIRL ON FIRE An entrepreneur, writer and activist, Tanzila Khan despite being confined to a wheelchair changed the sympathies of others towards her into recognition of her work. She is also a major contributor towards working for reproductive rights of women in Pakistan. PHOTO CREDIT: FAIZA IQTIDAR
Did you stumble upon your career or was it something that you always wanted? A bit of both. I always wanted a life full of action, colour and positivity. I stumbled upon many paths such as public speaking and publishing but my true calling was always entrepreneurship. I also serve as Program Manager Entrepreneurship Development Program at Hashoo foundation for the same passion to bring value to people’s life.
What is #1 thing that is yet to be ticked off your bucket list? I want to write a script for a short film. What does nobody tell you about being the boss? Being the boss is not bout delegating orders. It’s actually about facilitating teams and helping them reach goals. The general misconception is that its fun and the boss gets to do what they like, but in reality its all about responsibility and accountability.
What was your “aha!” moment? I guess it was in 5th grade. When I sold all the friendship bands I had made. It was a tiny business I had started. Name on boss lady that you admire and On the same day many of my friends borrowed money how she still inspires you? from me to buy snacks. This may not seem like a big deal Ayesha Khan; My country director at Hashoo Foundation. but if it’s happening to a girl who was hardly ever spoken It is always a pleasure to see women breaking glass to or who was completely lost about ceilings and setting new standards of her identity, it was a great confidence leadership. "EVERY booster and I knew then I will do fine in life. Describe a day in your life VOICE I wake up at 8 am and go for a swim. THAT TELLS Who has been the greatest After an Oatmeal breakfast I start my inspiration in your life? day job until 5 pm. At 5 pm I oversee my YOU THAT My mother. I learned tolerance, two startups, Girlythings and A-Town until YOU CAN’T kindness and confidence from my bedtime at 11 pm. mother. ACHIEVE Complete this sentence: To YOUR When was time you felt me, a #BossLady is…” completely discouraged and Without a pause button. DREAMS, how did you push through it? WILL ONE While I had the support of my family, I What did you learn from your didn’t have appreciation until recently. DAY SCREAM biggest failure? There were moments when I wanted to There is no such thing as a failure in a YOUR NAME share what I had achieved but I knew collateral way. The idea of failure is an it would be met with blank stares. There TO GET YOUR illusion and its fear is a false alarm. were moments when I felt no one had ATTENTION." Which world leader would you any expectations from me, but then the next morning I would be working hard to most like to have dinner with? ensure I didn’t stop appreciating myself. Not sure about a world leader but I would love to have dinner with Amal Clooney. What was the best advice that your mentor gave you? What advice would you give to young girls Keep experimenting with careers until the age of 30, out there who have dreams and goals like spend as much as time you can with parents and never yours? forget to floss before bed. DON’T PAUSE! Ensure that everyday you have taken steps towards your dreams. Every voice that tells you that you What are the top 3 things you cherish in can’t achieve them will one day scream your name to get your life? your attention. My prayers, writing ability and food. 2018
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ready, set, style! featuring
natasha kamal sara zahid styles four natasha kamal outfits & makes them her very own .
Equal parts contemporary and classic! This two-toned colour-block wrap in graphite and charcoal grey makes a unique, formal statement that allows you to go from lunch to a night out effortlessly. Teamed with a bold lippy, strappy black heels and beach waves- the look is demure yet flirtatious!
Shahbano Lawn by Bashir Ahmad Textiles Muse: Myda Malik Makeup by: Sehrish Amir @themakeupstudiobysehrish Location: The Brasserie, Mall One @shahbanoofficial @bashirahmad_official
Worn in earthy, terracotta tones these seamless hand-stitched stripes makes it easy to shake up your look with different accessories. Team this ensemble with a tan sling bag and coat shoes for a casual chic day at work that can easily transition for lunch.
Offering a real contemporary edge - seamlessly stitched this tunic is reversible! I chose to pair the vanilla tan base with green stripes with a nude clutch for a chic day. Sharpen the look with a sleek ponytail, minimal accessories and nude lippy for a summer twist.
Designer: Natasha Kamal | Muse: Sara Zahid | Makeup: Nabila (N Pro) | Location: Eataly | Photographer: Kamran Mehdi
Transcending seasons, the tunic is simple in silhouette and features the stylish textural duo of chiffon and organza. Simply throw on a pair of black heels, a sleek bun and your go-to black clutch for after dark elegance. 2018
HAMARI awaaz SUNO As the nation gets ready to celebrate Pakistan’s 71st Independence Day, we got out on the streets to hear the voice of our everyday heroes.
“We have been sitting on this round about for two days without any job. We wish there was a regular and a better work system.” Mohammed Sajjad Dhol Walay Qaiser Abbas
Mohammed Amir - Mohammed Shahnawaz Chali Wala
“There should be a control over the prices of fruit and vegetables.” “The politicians need to concentrate on helping the poor more. If our electricity bill is Rs.500 they tax us an additional Rs.1000 on it!”
Baba Ishaaq Newspaper Hawker
“The prices of petrol need to be controlled as the cost of living for us has gotten higher but our earnings haven’t.” Mohammed Shakeel Rickshaw Driver
“There should be equal facilities and amenities for everyone.”
“Look after the poor people, provide us with security.”
Mujahid Hussain Security Guard
“Atta mehnga, sabzi mehngi, who ever takes control of the government, we hope and pray they look after us.”
Ali Sher Flag Stall Owner
“We put our lives at risk for people yet we get no respect in return. There is no law & order on the streets or control of traffic as no one cooperates with us.”
“We should be going to school instead of collecting garbage.”
Burhan Khan Garbage Collector
Mohammed Rashid Pheri Wala
“Rich people can afford everything, we are the ones who really suffer with the daily increase in prices and taxation.”
Qaiser Aziz Traffic Warden