Paris Fashion Week continues to shine the spotlight on coveted designers, including Middle Eastern-favourites…
The penultimate week of Fashion Month is in full motion as a string of luxury labels continue to deliver their new Fall/Winter ’19 collections on the runway.
Here’s looking at Elie Saab, Ingie Paris and Hermès’ newest collections…
Considered a strong contender on the Paris Fashion Week, Elie Saab delivered yet another standout show over the weekend.
The Lebanese designer, synonymous with creating some of the best red carpet gowns and evening-wear, did not disappoint with his new Fall/Winter ’19 collection, titled Lovestruck.
Whilst we’re accustomed to his impeccable craftsmanship, intricate detailing and swoon-worthy designs, it was the colour palette that became the crowd pleaser this season. Opening the show were monochromatic cocktail wear that came complete in exquisite jewel tones (and jewels, too).
Leading towards the colourful finale were beaded gowns that animated the female form, and the creations were adorned with sequins, metallics and a few plunging necklines.
Browse MOJEH’s favourite looks from Elie Saab’s new Fall/Winter ’19 collection here…
Ingie Chalhoub was a clear one-to-watch this season as the regional designer channelled two different cultures for Fall/Winter ’19.
Considered to be the Middle East’s fashion powerhouse, Ingie Paris delivered a cohort of irresistibly beautiful silhouettes that dominated the overtly feminine collection. Adding her own rock ‘n’ roll twist to the Cleopatra-influenced collection, the runway lit up with elements that merged the East and West.
Offering more daywear silhouettes that were rich in fabrics, embellishments and leather, the collection came complete with high-necked Victorian blouses, halter gowns, cropped pants and fitted suits.
Browse MOJEH’s favourite looks from Ingie Paris’ new Fall/Winter ’19 collection here…
Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski continued to showcase Hermès’ craftsmanship and expertise in leather fabrication throughout her latest Fall/Winter ’19 collection for the luxury brand.
As usual, the brand revealed simple looks that boast striking elegance and sophistication with textured pieces coming in the form of knee-length leather pencil skirts, printed silk T-shirts, utility coats and calfskin shift dresses, complete with the iconic Hermès-orange double-face lining.
Browse MOJEH’s favourite looks from Hermès’ new Fall/Winter ’19 collection here…
Also, browse through the best looks from the Loewe, Balmain and Celine shows during Paris Fashion Week.
- Words by Meeran Mekkaoui