Arab Fashion Week Day 1: Designer highlights
The gardens of the St Regis, Dubai, play a glamourous host to this season's Arab Fashion Week. The four-day event focuses on introducing regional and international emerging designers to the Middle East and to showcase their latest collections, couture designs and vision to the region. Take a look at the highlights of Day one with Buro 24/7 Middle East...
Italian-born Laura Mancini showcased a collection of luxurious silk must-haves. Think capes, glamourous gowns and royal-influenced touches. Reds, black and blues were the go-to colour palette this season.
Italian-based design house Giada Curti unveiled a perfectly pretty collection this season. Bows, pearls and ruffles were a running trend, which were accompanied by sheer lace panelling and pops of coral pinks.
Closing day one of Arab Fashion Week was Abed Mahfouz, the Lebanese-born designer who showcased a ready-to-wear couture collection full of pastel colours, elegant gowns and intricate embroidery and detailing.
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