Bits and Pieces on the life of Rehmat Ajmal

Rehmat Ajmal Model and Fashion Designer

A model, fashion student, theatre performer and among the rare people who is headstrong and brave enough to experiment with their looks. Yeah! She looked amazing when she went totally blonde! We also love the fact that we get to see more of her now, due to her stellar modelling and fierce good looks! Social Diary’s Nudrat Mustafa caught up with Rehmat for a chit chat…

  1. Please tell us about your background; DOB, family, siblings, education, etc.

Well I’m from Lahore. I was born on the 24th of October 1993. I’ve two sisters who are both older than me. I’m about to graduate from NCA as a textile designer. I completed O and A level before joining NCA.

  1. How did you enter the modelling industry? Who was your inspiration?

It was all very sudden. One thing led to another and before I knew it I was a professional in the field. Well, there are many people who inspire me as individuals, not just one.

  1. What is your most treasured fashion staple? 

I’m not sure it keeps changing.

  1. If we take a sneak peek into our closet, what three items will we find?

Plain shirts, a lot of pyjamas and some more plain shirts.

  1. The profession you belong to requires being very health conscious. How do you keep yourself so slender and fresh?

I religiously drink a lot of water.

  1. E-shopping has taken over like a storm. Are you’re an e-shopper? Why or why not?

No I don’t prefer buying online.

  1. You definitely are one of the most looked-up-to models of our industry. Please describe your style philosophy.

I don’t know I don’t have a formula. I generally try and feel beautiful rather than looking beautiful. Personally I like keeping it simple and comfortable.

  1. If we ask you to tell a few tips for dressing up in a less pricey way, what would you suggest?

I feel it’s all about mixing and matching. I mean your top or your pants don’t have to be absolutely branded to be able to look good.

  1. How has being a celebrity at such a young age affected your personal life? 

It hasn’t that much because I have myself grounded in college where I’m still living a student life.

  1. How do you maintain a balance between your busy professional life and personal life?

I believe in working but not overworking. I don’t put myself in a position where I’ve to think about maintaining a balance.


  1. What kind of a person are you outside of your professional life?

I’m that person in my group of friends who always cracks the lamest jokes and then laughs at them herself. I am mostly hanging with my friends and family playing board games, baking, doing all the normal things everyone does.

  1. Do you plan to join the film industry? Why or why not?

I’m not sure. I’ve always been into acting but let’s see.

  1. Our society is biased towards a few things. How do you tackle the negativity being in a profession which is not digested by many out there?

I don’t tackle. I believe that it’s not the profession that’s good or bad but people who are good or bad.

  1. Do you think the modelling industry offers some really good and sincere friends to someone as successful as you are? Who actually are your best friends hailing from the same industry?

Sure I’ve many great friends in the industry.

  1. Three tips to someone who is trying to enter the fashion and beauty field?

Be yourself, don’t overthink, be yourself

  1. Rapidfire round:
  • Organic or Junk food? Junk
  • IPhone or Samsung? iPhone
  • Facebook or Instagram? Instagram
  • Karachi or Lahore? Lahore
  • Coke or Pepsi? Coke
  • Day or night? Night
  • Cats or dogs? Cats
  • Book or movie? Books
  • HSY or Ali Xeeshan? HSY
  1. Your message to your fans through the platform of Social Diary Magazine?

I love you all.



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