Yet again, Lebanese designers made quite some noise at Dubai's bi-annual Fashion Forward. In it's 4th season, Fashion Forward showcased more Lebanese designers than ever, each brining forward their newest and freshest collections.
It's incredible how much Lebanese fashion designers are developing, especially in the pret-a-porter department. In case you missed some of the photos, here's a recap of 7 Lebanese fashion designer collections from Fashion Forward that you'll be clambering to get your hands on.
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Jean Louis Sabaji fascinates us yet again, always extracting inspiration for his collections from the pure beauty of nature. We loved the fierce make-up this time around for his SS'15 collection.
Bashar does it yet again. His fresh, neatly cut, practical collection hits home. We heart him.
<img src="http://thekill.raghunter.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2014/10/456729660.jpg" alt="Bashar Assaf - Runway - Fashion Forward Dubai Oct
Bird on a Wire
Part of the Starch Foundation designer fashion show, Bird on a Wire is designed by Rayya Morcos, who we have the pleasure of having on Raghunter. Her F/W 14'15 collection is full of long jackets, asymmetrical dresses, and unique fashion pieces that you can get more information from on BOW's Store Page on Raghunter.
Timi Hayek was also part of the Starch Foundation designers fashion show. It's the first time we see her designs, and we are pretty excited. We can't wait to see them live at the Starch Launch Party this coming Wednesday.
A third Starch Foundation designer, we really love Jo Baaklini's designs. We can imagine wearing them very easily and absolutely love that he has men's designs as well.
It seems we were missing out, because prior to this we didn't know Dany Tabet. He is an interesting choice for evening and formal wear. We would be interested to see the price tags on these babies.
Dima Ayad is new on the scene as far as we're concerned, and she has some cool designs coming your way. They are simple and sleek but have a twist.
We can't quite categorize Ronald Abdala's fashion style, but he does come out with pretty interesting designs each collection. See for yourself.
All photo credit goes to Getty Images.