Arab Men’s Fashion Week is set to run between June 28-30 at Dubai Design District. Here are just a few of the menswear labels set to showcase their latest lines.
6 designers taking part in Arab Men’s Fashion Week
Maison du Mec
Founded in 2018, this Lebanese label is dedicated to men who opt for clean lines and monochromatic minimalism with a few experimental quirks.
The London college of Fashion graduate has seen his clothes grace the pages of Vogue Italia and British GQ. Sharp suits with unexpected cut outs and futuristic details mark the designer’s signature style.
Led by Dubai-based Lebanese talent Rabih Rowell, the label describes its designs as “(verging) between the structured and unstructured, wearable and the unwearable, infusing elements of urban wear, utility wear, and trash wear.”
Established in Paris by Pierre-François Valette in 2020, after he won the Saint Laurent Couture Institute Prize, the brand is focused on French style and sustainability.
The UAE-born streetwear label aims to “redefine the look and ideology of streetwear in a culturally diverse society,” according to its manifesto.
Lebanese creative director Erique Ritter often starts his design process by exploring available materials in the market, rather than starting with a design and ordering custom materials. The brand is focused on streetwear and sustainability.