Huawei presents II Edition of Arab Fashion Week Ready Couture FW16-17
HUAWEI PRESENTS SECOND EDITION OF ARAB FASHION WEEK READY COUTURE FW16-17: DAY 1 HIGHLIGHTS
On Day 1, Arab Fashion Week showcased elegant designs from the Ready-Couture Fall Winter 2016-17 collections of 5 internationally renowned designers.
Hamda Al Fahim:
Kicking off the Arab Fashion Week evening with sheer elegance was the Hamda Al Fahim collection. Intricate embroidery on atelier gown was the highlight on the runway. Folds of silk and floral detailing with a warm natural palette created an serene ambiance during the Arab Fashion Week Ready-Couture. All the silhouettes were inspired by the idea of a modern fairy, wearing magical pieces that enhanced her beauty and grace.
J By Jordy:
Known for her intricate geometric designs, once again J By Jordy ready couture collection brought her exquisite elegance to the runway. Spiral geometry was quite prominent all through the collection that took an abstract form, translating luminescent glow and undulating movement.
The Laura Mancini collection showcased a sleek variety with a bold color palette of silk dark reds and Royal blues. The Ready couture collection transformed the stage with cape trends, ruffle designs and old classic Atelier wear. Mancini creates a youthful and modern vibe for the runway while keeping intact the poised silhouette.
Maintaining a mono chromed theme, Giada Curti collection showcased distinctive designs of Ready-Couture for Arab Fashion Week. While pearls adorned the designs , the sheer lace highlighted the runway. The quintessential collection was accompanied with a coral palette and sparkling detailed work with impalpable transparencies and unusual overlays ofelaborated fabrics.
Closing the evening of Day 1 of Arab Fashion Week Ready-Couture, Abed Mahfouz collection created a radiant epitome with a subtle yet bold pastel palette. Intricate embroidery, exceptional colors and luxurious designs displayed a variety of atelier glory.Using elegance as a form of expression, the designs were a raw & rustic representation of fine artistic elements.
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