The inaugural Arab Men’s Fashion Week came to a triumphant close this weekend. Read on for the main highlights of the final day.
Highlights from the last day of Arab Men’s Fashion Week
With sustainability at its core, the Beirut-based brand’s Fall 2021 collection is a sartorial call to adopt a simpler, greener life.
The Dubai-based Filipino designer is best known for his couture creations. As is to be expected, his latest menswear collection is luxe, intricate and rife with rich fabrics and embellishments.
The Swedish brand helmed by Josef Lazo and Andreas Schmidl presented its Fall 2021 collection, which was punctuated with shiny PVC wrestler suits and separates, printed knits and the duo’s signature butterflies laser cut in leather.
French designer Pierre François Valette churned out an elevated take on tailored sportswear with romantic undertones. There was also suiting and outerwear.
The culinary apparel label presented its seventh collection titled “Pokoi” via a digital presentation. The collection drew inspiration from Mbyá Guaraní artisans and basket-weavers.
Council Talks x Diane Pernet
Founder and CEO of the Arab Fashion Council Jacob Abrian was joined by Paris-based US fashion blogger Diane Pernet to discuss the transformation of digital fashion weeks into a fashion film experience.