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Festive Fashion by Dubai-based designer ASMARAÏA festive fashion by dubaibased designer asmaraÏa

Dubai-based label ASMARAÏA just launched its pre-fall 2019 collection — and it’s all about cruelty-free, sustainable fashion with a festive edge.


The 15-piece collection features this checkered skirt-and-jacket ensemble that is giving us major “Clueless” vibes.

Gold Rush
‘Tis the season to sparkle and this dazzling, floor-length gold skirt will do the trick. Take note of the chic black bow detail at the waist — it’s the ultimate party look.

Feathered fashion
The brand works with environmentally-friendly materials such as organic cotton, recycled polyester and faux fur, so you can be sure this feathered look doesn’t come at the cost of an animal’s life.

Jewel Tones
If you want to glisten like a polished jewel at your next festive function, this emerald-colored skirt is the perfect choice with its sequin details and shimmery overlay.

Golden Girl
Leopard print played a heavy part in the new collection, with this sequin-dusted, animal-print dress standing out on the runway.

Ruby Red
The festive season is all about three key colors — ruby red, luscious green and dazzling gold and this dress is the perfect example of a scarlet head turner with its deep red fabric and leopard-print.


Wed, 12 Dec 2018 15:45:10 GMT
Meghan presents fashion award to wedding dress designer Waight Keller meghan presents fashion award to wedding dress designer waight keller

Givenchy’s artistic director Clare Waight Keller Monday received the British designer of the year womenswear award from Meghan Markle, whose dress she designed for her wedding to Prince Harry.

“It is such a pleasure to be here celebrating British fashion,” Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, said at the star-studded annual Fashion Awards at the Albert Hall.

The former US actress, who is pregnant, praised the “vision,” “creativity” and also “the incredible kindness” of Waight Keller.

The two women met in early 2018, before the designer created the dress worn by Meghan for her wedding to Harry on May 19.

The British Fashion Awards also recognized Vivienne Westwood, winner of the award for positive change, for her commitment to the environment.

The 77-old high priestess of punk took the opportunity to denounce the “rotten financial system” which the dame said was “the cause of all our problems.”

A long-time political campaigner, she also took aim at French President Emmanuel Macron who recently canceled fuel tax increases in the face of the “yellow vest” protests.

“This tax hurts the poor more than anybody,” Westwood said, adding “he’s not thinking that he has already given all these tax breaks to the rich people. So of course everybody is going to be annoyed.”

The model of the year award went to 17-year-old Kaia Gerber, following in the footsteps of her mother, former supermodel Cindy Crawford.

“It’s such an honor,” said the young American, on the verge of tears. “I have just a small role in making a creative vision come to life but I’m so beyond grateful to be a part of it.”

Among the other awards, Italian fashion house Gucci was named brand of the year and Italian Pierpaolo Piccioli, artistic director of Valentino, won the best designer award.


From :Arabnews

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 10:24:55 GMT
UAE exhibition Numaish back with 70 designers uae exhibition numaish back with 70 designers

UAE lifestyle exhibition Numaish will return with its winter show along with more than 70 designers at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers in Dubai on December 8.

Designers and labels, spread across apparel, accessories, jewellery and home decor include Antar – Agni, Rajat Tangri, Mishru, Salita Nanda and Mrinalini Gupta among others.

“This edition we have achieved a combination of designers showcasing western, fusion, pret to bridal wear as the shoppers needs are very varied at this time of the year attending a mix of celebrations,” said Manisha Kumar Chhabra, the brain child of Numaish.

Entry to the venue is free. Numaish will be open from 11am to 9pm.

From :Gulfnews

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