Rocco Barocco headlined day three of Arab Fashion Week. Discover the collection with Buro 24/7 Middle East now…
by Chloe Allan on Buro 24/7 Middle East
On location at the St. Regis Dubai, day three of Arab Fashion Week saw standout silhouettes from local and international designers. Discover the highlights with Buro 24/7 Middle East…
Palestinian-born couture designer Jamal Taslaq showcased an elegant off-white and pastel pink collection this Fall/Winter ’16. Lace trimmings, bows and luxurious silks were accompanied by gold embellishments and statement silhouettes.
A passion for art and creativity transpires through the threads of Moroccan-born haute couture designer, Kacem Sahl’s designs. Revealing a daring collection with a variety of bright hues, the designs remain elegant with sheer panellings and intricate embroidery.
Italian-based designer Rocco Barocco turned to the dark side with a gothic-themed collection this season. Adding a touch of femininity with strapless silhouettes, the designer also played mix and match with lace trimmings in a dark palette.
Yu Jordy Fu
Closing day three of Arab Fashion Week was Yu Jordy Fu. The creative designer closed the show with an line up of statement dresses.