Paris Haute-Couture Week Kicks off With These Middle Eastern Designers

The time has come for the biggest designers from around the globe to showcase some of their finest work at Paris Haute-Couture Week. From dramatic hairdos, eccentric accessories to geometrical outfits, this is a place where designers’ fantasies turn into a reality.

Some of the biggest fashion houses are set to present their Fall-Winter 2019 couture collections. One of the most anticipated shows is Virginie Viard’s first solo haute-couture collection for Chanel.

One undeniable fact is the powerful impact Arab designers have had over the fashion industry in the past few years. Whether at Cannes Film Festival or the Academy Awards’ red carpets, international celebrities have endorsed multiple designers from our region.

Here are the Arab designers who are set to debut their work at Paris Haute-Couture Week:

Lebanese Designer Nicolas Jebran

Dubai-based Syrian designer Rami Al Ali

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Maison Alaïa by Tunisian designer Azzedine Alaïa

Lebanese footwear designer Andrea Wazen

Lebanese designer Georges Hobeika

Lebanese designer Rabih Kayrouz

Designer duo, George Azzi  and Assaad Osta

Beirut-based Lebanese designer Georges Chakra

Lebanese Designers Rami Kadi

Lebanese-Italian fashion designer Tony Ward

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