Nida Malik – A young, passionate and extremely talented textile designer
Your city: Karachi.
An insight on your profession:
I am a passionate Textile Designer; I graduated from the department of Visual Studies Karachi University last year and work at Al Zohaib textiles.
How long have you been in this profession?
It will be almost 1 year now.
What has been your vision and what do you most love about your job?
Creativity has been my vision, to be able to stand out with my creative designs and add the magic, with my personal touch to Pakistani couture. What I most love about my job is the good environment that I am offered and the chances to achieve more knowledge from my seniors and make the most of their experiences.
What do you think is your biggest achievement throughout your professional journey?
To achieve mastery over new and latest techniques and trends in my field as I aspire to be a great designer one day. To be updated and to learn more all the time is almost a duty that I must abide by.
What are your current projects and what will you be doing in near future?
Print Designing is what I am currently dealing with, and would be looking forward to working on prints in the state of Fashion industry.
A word of advice you would like to pass on to women professionals who wish to pursue same career as you?
I would like women to be in this profession because in this profession, any woman who has a good fashion sense, passion and class can design. All you need is a little passion and color sense that you can work with and make your way into this. Once you have some knowledge of design you will also understand how to enhance the ideas and concepts that you have always thought of, ideas that will make great dresses one day. Taking this profession up and entering into the vast professional world was a challenge with two young daughters but I believe it is because of the fact that I am a mother that I understand responsibilities better. Women have great power and a natural tendency to accomplish great tasks with delicacy and intricately.
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