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Maryam Nawaz: Pakistan’s richest prisoner in history?

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Pictures circulating on social media show Maryam Nawaz adorned in Gucci and Bottega Veneta on her travel from London to Pakistan, presenting herself for arrest.

Maryam is pictured wearing white Gucci’s fringe leather horsebit slide shoes worth 650$.


The large green intrecciato leather tote Maryam Nawaz carried is priced at 2950$ by Bottega Veneta.


While waiting to board the plane for Lahore, Maryam Nawaz and Nawaz Sharif were seen resting at the Airport.

Read more: Writing on the wall for corrupt elite of Pakistan?

On Friday Nawaz Sharif and daughter Maryam Nawaz reached Lahore from London via Abu Dhabi to face the convictions in Avenfield Apartment reference case. The father-daughter duo was shifted to Adiala Jail after being taken to Islamabad in another aircraft.

Maryam is pictured wearing white Gucci’s fringe leather horsebit slide shoes worth 650$.

Nawaz Sharif matches daughter as he also wears Jordaan leather loafers by Gucci. The father daughter duo arrives in Pakistan as strong as ever.


Another picture captures Maryam Nawaz shopping at the beauty aisle, possibly at the Dubai Airport, handpicking Victoria Secret’s body lotions.


Throughout her journey, Maryam Nawaz actively interacted with her party followers from her Twitter account. She continued to condemn the interim provincial government all that time for blocking the protests of PML-N workers. She accused the provincial security agencies of the arrests of scores of PMLN followers.

Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz are currently under arrest. They have appealed against the conviction in the case but will face court proceedings in Adiala jail due to security concerns.

However, this is not the first time Maryam Nawaz has flashed her expensive taste. Maryam Nawaz once wore a Chanel brooch priced at about £895.


Maryam’s fashion statements on her way to jail might have proved quite fruitful to Chanel’s marketing and PR.