Ramisa Hossain is a fourth-year student of North South University, and is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. From a tender age, little Ramisa wanted her own fashion line, her own boutique where she would outlay her clients with the utmost luxurious material and astonishing designs – and that dream gave birth to Pink Stitches.
As Colin Powell once said, “A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” Founded in 2013, Pink Stitches has been running successfully with the ideology and the motto to fulfill clients’ demands, but it wasn’t always a smooth ride. Market dilatation and plagiarism were the bummers in Ramisa’s journey of Pink Stitches, but the drawbacks didn’t stop her from achieving what she had always wanted.
This winter, Pink Stitches has brought out a line of coats that is the perfect marriage between comfort and style. Her line of embroidered velvet coats is the best fit for weddings in this chilly season. She gets her inspiration from her surroundings but also from home-grown designers like Rina Latif, international icons like Manish Malhotra, Sabyasachi Mukherjee and also Coco Chanel, Donatella Versace and so on.
Ramisa’s upcoming endeavour is to incorporate 'deshi' materials like Jamdani, Muslin, Benarashi katan with traditional motifs into her work. Pink Stitches aims to hold on to the rich heritage of Bangladesh, giving it a hint of fusion with the current global trend, so that our beloved country is never out of style.
As Ramisa Hossain puts it, “Style is who you are without having to speak, and everything is a trend until and unless you are carrying it out as a statement. So never forget to keep it stylish as I style you!”