The inaugural Middle East Fashion Week is taking place on March 27-29 at The Agenda in Dubai Media City. The four-day event will feature 10 ready-to-wear and couture designers hailing from the region and beyond showcasing their latest womenswear collections.
6 designers to look out for at Middle East Fashion Week
Based on expert craftsmanship, the Italian couture house distinguishes itself with a combination of laces, silks, embroideries and embellishments.
This British luxury eveningwear house is known for its extravagant gowns that marry vibrant colours, flowing ruffles and romantic silhouettes.
The renowned Egyptian bridal designer is known for his luxury creations, including the world’s most expensive wedding dress, which is valued at a staggering $15 million.
The brainchild of Ikshit Pande, the label blends period femininity with traditional tailoring and modern streetwear.
Founded in 2015 by Omani designer Mousa Al-Awfi, the Dubai-based couture house incorporates fine fabrics and unique finishings to create exceptional gowns favoured by royals and celebrities.
The brand is made to be comfortable and easy to wear, exuding the idea of femininity and glamour.