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Khaadi welcomes you to the Experience Square in Lahore, Y BLOCK DHA, a prestigious thoroughfare in Lahore’s high-profile shopping district. The Experience Square occupies a newly renovated structure with four floors, each designed for connection and discovery. This multi-level store features a striking all glass façade which generates an inside-out feeling amplifying the retail experience.


Our logo consists of the Mark of Expression which is a tangible symbol of our brand representing  everything we are: our expressive heritage, our values, our people, our offerings.

The metal and glass retail building is topped with this Mark of Expression looming over Y Block with its inviting atmosphere and contemporary design.

The transparency of our structure allows natural light to penetrate and create a sense of openness and spaciousness. Large glass panels are used extensively in our design, providing scenic views of the surrounding environment. This creates a visually striking and modern aesthetic, as well as a unique experience for those inside the building signaling the brand’s signature design elements.


This area is dedicated to Fabrics, where you descend the staircase from street level and immediately step into an explosion of creativity and colour. Fabrics are creatively displayed on mannequins, enabling you to visualise and experience the flow and drape.

In addition, we have introduced a convenience line of tailored fabrics into ready-to-wear pieces to cater to your busy schedule.

The basement sees exposed columns and arches accented with hand painted Khaadi motifs. You will witness these icons along a series of carefully designed sequences throughout the space.


Stepping into this space, you will be stunned by a  Stepping into this space, you will be stunned by a suspended elliptical mesh created by Sohail Abdullah, which serves as a focal point, spanning all four floors. The artwork is made with a mesh of galvanised steel wire in hues of the Khaadi Orange, woven in the primordial weave used to make fabric. The resulting piece appears translucent, flowing and weightless.

The floors, wals and ceilings of the ground floor are  The floors, wals and ceilings of the ground floor are covered with natural colours that give neutrality, warmth and originality to the space, providing an ideal texture to showcase Ready to Wear and Accessories. You wil also discover our designated gifting area, which ogers the convenience to wrap gifts bought at the Experience Square.

Nestled in the corner, our olfactory experience is curated to immerse you in a sensory journey, enabling you to discover your scent.

Boasting a sprawling bright space near the fitting rooms, is the light box, ilustrated by our in-house designer Madiha Sarwar and executed in 3D by Suleiman Faisal. Ful of life, colour, bold shapes and imaginative compositions, this art represents the fierce and fashionable Khaadi woman. The controled use of light combinations changes the perception of the artwork; alowing customers to perceive and feel the space digerently.


The mosaic stairs come alive with the hand painted arches that lead you into the first floor, which is an extension of Ready To Wear.

For those of you who are willing to try styles that can exalt your search for refined and contemporary femininity, including Shoes and Accessories, this entire space is made to disrupt and transform.

Designed to inspire creativity, a fashion runway  Designed to inspire creativity, a fashion runway hand painted in a stunning colour gradation by Syed Phool Badshah will immerse you in a selfie walkthrough.


The Fashion Lounge

The light, the artwork and the experience will draw your eyes upwards. With a sophisticated monochrome interior and specially designed lights, the Fashion Lounge aesthetic is a homage to the design language of our premium range. Enhancing your sense of comfort on this floor,  Enhancing your sense of comfort on this floor, our bespoke lounges are created for you to pause, sit back and relax in between your power shopping trip. As a personalised service to you, a fashion expert will be readily available to assist and recommend style options for festive occasions.

Pearl Global City Dina is a world class housing scheme that aims to provide state-of-the art projects across Pakistan. The major goal of PGC is to improve the living standards of the community by providing world-class residential facilities and amenities. The mega project offers the best modern city infrastructure, convenience, ease of accessibility, and a fool-proof three layer security system.

Developers and Owner

Miss Naz Saleem Malik is the owner and CEO of Pearl Global City. Ms. Malik aims to provide all the primary and luxury facilities at the doorstep of residents at affordable rates. She is the first Pakistani female to kick start a housing society. PG Developers, known for their highly qualified team of experts, are involved in developing the society to meet the international living standards. They are committed to offering world-class conveniences in this exclusive society.

Location and NOC

The key feature of Pearl Global City is that it is located at G.T Road Dina which is a highly accessible location. It is easy and quick to access all nearby cities, which is highly suitable for frequent travelers. PGC acquired more than 5,000 kanals of land and are working for more land quarry. The NOC of the mega project is approved by Tehsil Municipal Authority (TMA).

Master Plan

The master plan of Pearl Global City Lahore is to provide something unique, including all the deluxe and primary facilities within the society to fulfill the promise of a high quality residential scheme. Furthermore, the society offers the best architecture that supports the wide walkways along with cloud-based streetlights, carpeted roads, beautiful parks, underground electricity and sewerage systems, a grand mosque, a community center, hospitals, schools and availability of all utilities as per international standards.

PGC offers highly affordable payment plan for investors. The reservation can be made with a 25% deposit. The remaining 75% can be paid over 30 monthly instalments.

GT reviews “The Nishat”

Upon stepping inside Lahore’s “The Nishat,” the hues of black and grey along with the quirky décor items create an experience one might expect from stepping onto a Stanley Kubrick set complete with a tophat-donning doorman. Suited with deluxe and executive rooms, royal and presidential suites and short stay apartments, this snazzy boutique hotel has something for every modern-day traveller.

Checking in, a bell boy accompanied me to my room. The elevators have been jazzed up, eschewing the brushed chrome for white wooden panelling with mirrors on all four sides. The next human contact was a fruit basket and a plate of cookies delivered for my comfort! You can then proceed with business at ease, whether it be catching up with some deskwork while nestling comfortably in your rotating egg chair or washing away the city grime and slop with a soothing bath in the oval-shaped tub outfitted with noob-proof accessories. I finished off the bath with a refresher by stepping under the thunderous rain shower and dowsing myself in delectably scented shampoo and conditioner.

The lobby’s main point of attraction: an aged French-style chandelier custom-designed by Yousuf Shahbaz of "Strata"
The lobby’s main point of attraction: an aged French-style chandelier custom-designed by Yousuf Shahbaz of “Strata”
The library has a cozy and intimate feel, great for a quiet read or tea with friends


I finished off the bath with a refresher by stepping under the thunderous rain shower and dowsing myself in delectably-scented shampoo and conditioner

If it’s time for lunch, step out into the plush elevator once more to find yourself in the casual eatery, the pizzeria, with a wood fire oven on site. Climb down a few steps and you’ll find yourself in line with another larger-than-life chandelier from which the name of the restaurant below, The Cube, derives. A window looking out creates a perfect image of candles, fashioned to evoke a candlelit mood over dinner. If you’re too lazy to venture out to either of these eateries, the room service will do just fine, offering a standard variety of steaks, burgers, Pakistani dishes, salads and seafood. When I ordered a steak, the man on the line confirmed that medium-rare actually means a little bloody, and if you know what you’re getting into. This type of service is evocative of the best restaurants in Europe. I ordered a Caesar salad and pepper steak. The salad came across as a bit unembellished, but it had all the trappings of a Caesar salad with which you can’t argue. The saran wrap protecting each food item (thankfully with the exception of the steak) reassures one of a thoroughly clean kitchen. The pepper steak is adequately peppery, but not cooked enough for me! Hot and piping on second arrival, the steak pleased my very Pakistani taste buds! If you fancy a dessert, the walnut pudding accompanied by vanilla ice cream is a most scrumptious option.

Later in the day, once the lunch has settled, you may feel it’s time for some fitness and you can once again travel via elevator to the gymnasium or the pool. The pool is dimly lit and long and narrow, so if you prefer a sunny poolside experience, this is not the pool for you. Find yourself in the gymnasium and it’s a different story: brightly lit with the striking sandblasted window design I found earlier in my room overlooking the bustle of Lahore’s Mahmood Ali Kasuri road. If you have experienced unattended and unmaintained gyms at other hotels, this one truly boasts top-of-the line machines, all brand new and, excuse the pun, in great shape.

The headboards in the royal suites are specially covered with custom designed
Ikat fabric. Featured here are the Italian bull leather chesterfield in tan
For conferencing, two finely-tucked away projectors stream down from the ceiling. The conference room was designed to feel like an English private club room
Asima Joosub, the interior designer of the hotel, commissioned the wall lights backed on German mirrors
The state-of-the-art gymnasium


When I ordered a steak, the man on the line confirmed that medium-rare actually means a little bloody. This type of service is reminiscent of the best restaurants in Europe

I went to the Robert Alexander Salon and Spa for some R&R. Got a fantastic haircut and blow dry by the superb Lebanese team who actually live and work at The Nishat. Finally, after having bathed, eaten, worked out and been primped and prepped, one finds one self centrally located. You can whiz off wherever your fancy lies. Feeling like playing the host? Well, invite your friends over for an all-out bash in the banquet room, all 250 if need be. Complete with bar, sound system and, of course, snazzy chandeliers, you can guarantee you’ll be the belle of the ball.

The mirrors commissioned by Ayesha Jatoi
The presidential suite features the same modern chandelier and marble coffee-centre table and cross-legged pieces as the others, but much more also


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