The Six: Street Style at Paris Fashion Week

Paris Fashion Week attracts stylish bloggers from around the world. (Shutterstock)
Updated 02 October 2018
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The Six: Street Style at Paris Fashion Week

  • Arab influencers have taken the streets of Paris by storm this fashion week

DUBAI: Arab influencers have taken the streets of Paris by storm this fashion week. We take a look at six looks sported by the region’s style icons.


Lana El-Sahely

The Lebanese blogger sported a full Dior look while attending the show in Paris. She went with a Parisian-style outfit, with a hat, colorful patchwork skirt, biker boots and a classic leather jacket.
 

Lana Sahely attending the Dior show at Paris Fashion Week. (AFP)



Jessica Kahawaty

Kahawaty wore an eye-catching outfit to the Balmain show. The Lebanese-Australian influencer chose semi-see-through pants, an oversized sequined jumper and plastic see-through boots — all with the same holographic effect.
 

Jessica Kahawaty attending the Balmain show at Paris Fashion Week. (AFP)



Dima Al-Sheikhly

Al-Sheikhly sported a structured red velvet dress to the Elie Saab show this week. She kept her accessories simple as the dress was a statement piece.



Rania Fawaz

Fawaz layered different textures, patterns and colors for this look she wore to the Issey Miyake show. From silk to denim, it does look a little on the messier side of the style spectrum.

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Dana Hourani

Hourani showed off a Dior outfit when she attended the show. True to her unique sense of style, she sported pants and a simple white shirt with lots of accessories.
 

Dana Hourani attending the Dior show at Paris Fashion Week. (AFP)



Leena Al-Ghouti

Wearing a dark emerald green suit and a plastic see-through oversized jacket, Al-Ghouti looked effortlessly chic on the streets of Paris.

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Gwyneth Paltrow, Karen Gillan wear Arab jewelry to LA premiere

Gwyneth Paltrow showed off earrings by Beirut-based brand Yvan Tufenkjian. AFP
Updated 24 April 2019
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Gwyneth Paltrow, Karen Gillan wear Arab jewelry to LA premiere

DUBAI: Hollywood actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and Karen Gillan both showed off Arab jewelry brands at this week’s world premiere of “Avengers: Endgame.”

Paltrow showed off statement earrings by Beirut-based jewelry brand Yvan Tufenkjian, which featured teardrop-shaped stones and resembled ear cuffs.

Meanwhile. British actress Gillan boasted a pair of diamond drop earrings by UAE-based label Amwaj at Monday’s Hollywood premiere.

After nearly two dozen films and billions of dollars in ticket sales around the globe, the Avengers are gearing up for a final time — and their last adventure could shatter all box office records, AFP reported.

“Avengers: Endgame” is the final installment of a wildly ambitious 22-film arc featuring the beloved superheroes of the Marvel universe, many of them the creations of late comic book legend Stan Lee.

It hits theaters this week and pundits are predicting a debut weekend that could break records with the first billion-dollar opening in history.

Karen Gillan wore earrings by UAE-based label Amwaj. AFP

That would easily beat out the previous record holder, “Avengers: Infinity War,” the first part of the “Infinity Saga” — as it was dubbed by Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige, who has produced every single movie in the franchise — which opened in 2018 with $640.5 million.

After Monday’s star-studded world premiere in Hollywood, the six original Avengers celebrated the end of the road Tuesday at the iconic TCL Chinese Theatre.

Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) assembled for a final time with Feige at the TCL Chinese Theatre, where they signed blocks of cement and marked them with handprints.

“It’s been an amazing ride,” Ruffalo — who attempted a handstand while waiting for the cement to set — said of the 10-year project.

The 21 preceding films have earned about $19 billion globally, and though “Endgame” marks the end of the current narrative arc, Marvel Studios is far from through.

Even as they mark the end of what Johansson called a “wonderful” experience, Marvel Studios has already announced several new projects: in addition to sequels for “Spider-Man,” “Black Panther” and “Doctor Strange,” there will also be “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” “The Eternals” and “Black Widow,” the second Marvel universe film to give a female character solo top billing.

“The fun thing about an ending is that you eventually get to do a new beginning,” Feige told AFP.

“So yes, there will be a new beginning, but right now, it’s about this combination of 22 movies. That’s what we’re most excited for.”

In preparation for the marvelous cinematic conclusion, “Endgame” directors Joe and Anthony Russo took to Twitter to post a letter to “the greatest fans in the world.”

“This is it,” they wrote. “This is the end. The end of an unprecedented narrative mosaic spanning eleven years and eleven franchises.”