Rounding out season 9 of Fashion Forward of Dubai, I have put together my favourite collections of all three days.
Created by Sadeem Alshehail, this label shows rich and earthy toned dresses and matching luxurious suits and wool fabrics. With influences from art deco shapes and cropped capes over dresses and fitted culottes. Sadeem Alshehail’s collection embodies feminine and elegance.
Oversized coats, bell sleeves and glamorous light fabrics with a touch of fluidity to Kristina Fidelskaya’s collection. A generous nod to the 70’s, velvet thigh high boots and tailored breathable luxurious garments. Kristina blew away the crowd at her Fashion Forward show. Sophisticated city chic would be the perfect wording for her collection.
World renowned fashion designer Abed Mahfouz previewed one amazing gown after another down the runway at his Fashion Forward debut. He opted for a kaleidoscope of colours from tangerine tones to bright sunny day yellow. Was amazing to see so many colours in a collection and such intricate detail in the gowns with hand-sewn beading and perfectly placed feathering
This young designer has accomplished great achievements in her career with the launch of her label. Packed with vibrant prints and embroidery and sleek silhouettes, she will be a designer to watch in the future. especially love the green ankle length coat.
Hussein Bazaza brought his knowledge and understanding of embroidery and gave it a Gothic twist, inspired by Asian style and 40’s influences. He has to be one of the best of all three days, with deep tones of ruby red and various mind-blowing patterns.
Ghain Ghada focused on heavy hemlines and layers upon layers with detailed feathering and beads at the hem of maxi dresses; billowing sleeves and soft touch fabrics with a Grecian vacation vibe in all white.
Channelling a style of high end ready-to-wear Parisian on the go look with cut out panelling and fitted shapes. Lama’s collection was a gorgeous and stylish collection that embodied feminine and stylist beauty. From gorgeous classic Chanel red to camo green, this collection has it all and has great combination to always be stylish.
With cutting-edge techniques and tailoring for a strong ‘Flower of War’ collection, Amato’s collection was beyond perfection. Very influenced by Japanese culture, models walked with path strewn dirt, tires and telephone poles as they unveiled one stunning look after another.