Models present creations by the Emirati designer Atelier Zuhra at the Dubai Design District in Dubai. Agence France-Presse
Jamil Khan, Senior Reporter
Fashion lovers from all different communities and segments of life took part in a number of activities as part of day 4 at the Fashion Forward Dubai being held at Dubai Design District (D3).
Designer Nadya Dzyak turned a Friday into a glamorous affair with her candy-coloured and sky-inspired dresses during the runway – bringing a whimsical feel to the day’s opening show.
Attendees were then treated to Atelier Zuhra’s sartorial extravaganza. If Cinderella had to hire a designer to dress her for 2050, she’d turn to Atelier Zuhra’s designs. Fairytale met futuristic design as the label played on heartstrings with tulle, feather, crystal-embellished pieces that are ideal for red carpets.
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Beginning with one of the favourite ready-to-wear brands in the region, Mrs Keepa is preparing to bring a fashion spectacle to FFWD this year. The French-Egyptian designer will be followed by Palestinian designer Reema Al Banna with her wake surf, print-based line-up, and a masterclass on how to pitch brands to buyers. The afternoon continues with a partner show by retail conglomerate Splash, followed by Dubai-based brand Lobster Claw, and a d3 fashion talk with A-list celebrities.
Ushering in the evening is Tanya Skaff’s 60’s enthused collection, Italian luxury brand Behnoode, along with the much-awaited discussion on sustainability and its future in the world of fashion. Wrapping up the most stylish event of the year is Beirut-based couture designer Hass Idriss and d3’s very own avant-garde label Amato.
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Originally from Egypt, Mrs Keepa was founded by Mariam Yeya in 2016. The ready-to-wear brand is primarily known for its glamorous designs, which are worn continuously by celebrities.
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