We have enjoyed witnessing Sania go from strength to strength this year. With collections getting better each time, her Hanza collection at TDAP is her strongest yet. Inspired by the East, her western wear had Ottoman influences that bequeathed a breath of fresh air to palazzos that have been overdone. Her high-waisted, printed satin cigarette pants topped with tucked-in loose-fitted shirts, were quite flattering in all their oriental glory. She balanced the asymmetry in design and geometric patterns with dark, pale colours — deep shades of orange and royal blue, with pale yellows and citrus green. With femininity paving the way for her fresh look, Sania incorporated flowy gowns and tops with cinched waists, clenched with delicate rope belts and wide satin bows. She is best known for producing the best print-on-print designs, and this collection was just another victorious showcase.