Fashion designer Rami Al Ali recently jetted into Paris to showcase his Fall/Winter '16 Couture collection during Haute Couture Fashion Week. Hosted at the beautiful Hotel d'Evreux, the intimate presentation-style show marked a decade since the designer celebrated his first couture show. 

The Fall/Winter '16 collection was injected with an elegant twist, think '50s glamour with billowing silhouettes, cinched waists and beautiful embroidery. On the beauty front, dramatic bold eyeshadows, coloured water lines and soft nude lips completed the looks and were created by MAC's Global Senior Artist, Vimi Joshi — Joshi also played key makeup artist for Middle Eastern designers Michael Cinco, Elie Saab and Tony Ward. In an exclusive interview with Buro 24/7 Middle East, Joshi says: "The Middle East is ruling Couture with four shows and I'm keying three of them."

To celebrate the collection and the show, watch Rami Al Ali's 28-strong look video, an homage to the couture practice. Discover the Fall/Winter '16 Couture show video here...

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