Erin Holland mesmerised by beauty of Pakistani arts and culture

Australian celebrity finds handlooms producing "incredible textiles" fascinating

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Sports Desk
Australian sports presenter Erin Holland looks on to a handloom at a private arts school. — Instagram/erinvholland
Australian sports presenter Erin Holland looks on to a handloom at a private arts school. — Instagram/erinvholland

Australian sports presenter Erin Holland seems to be obsessed by Pakistani arts and culture as she takes a tour of different locations during her time in Karachi.

The TV personality, who is currently in the port city to present Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 9 matches, on Tuesday added another "special" experience to her exploration drive in the metropolis.

As there was no match scheduled in Karachi today, Erin utilised her time to visit a private arts school to see something rare; the handlooms.

The unique manual machines for weaving fabrics at the art school were highly fascinating for Erin as she looked in awe towards them in the pictures she shared on her Instagram account

"Pakistan is known for its incredible textiles.. seeing the handlooms in action was special," the celebrity wrote in the caption.

The post also included a video of an artisan weaving the fabric on one of the many handlooms placed inside a room.

That's not all as there was something else in Erin's post.

A picture and a video of turtles present in a pond serving cute vibes was also something that garnered Erin's attention.

The singer-turned-model has shown interest in exploring Pakistan as she has been visiting famous places in the country.

Earlier, Erin visited the iconic shrine of Shah Rukn-e-Alam during her time in Multan, whose splendid architecture and intricate details highly fascinated her.