DUBAI: New York-based designer Maryam Nassir Zadeh showed off a colorful collection at fashion week and we’ve picked out some of our favorite looks.
Layering with lime
With an oversized frill and circus-inspired sleeves, this lime green-and-pink shirt is an eye-catcher. The designer matched the top with nondescript brown trousers in an unusual runway pairing.
The designer, who is of Iranian descent, sent a bevvy of diverse models down the runway, including one who showed off a sporty blue ensemble.
While the fit of this grey pantsuit leaves much to be desired, the oversized collar is quirky and harks back to a bygone era in rural American fashion.
A cut above
The sweep of the beautifully cut neckline is the focal point of this blue-and-white printed dress.
Subtle rouching on the waist and shoulder create a desirable silhouette in this shocking pink number. While the silky sheen of the fabric adds extra oomph, the dress does seem flimsy.
Harlequin watercolors make up this bold, lace-edged top. Pleated grey trousers that end at the ankle and snakeskin boots also made appearances in this wildly eclectic look.