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Once again, Paris glows full of its magic around fashion. Couture shows, led by the most renowned fashion designers, keep spreading elegance and glamor in the city. In a magnificent show, Elie Saab made the honors.
Elie Saab is synonymous with rarefied, elegant and discreet. Every fashion lover knows his name and every woman dreams of wearing one of his dresses. The Lebanese designer always offers the typical haute couture experience, and last week, it was no different.
Elie Saab put on a breathtaking show at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week, sending models down the runway in fairytale gowns and naked dresses such as this creation embellished with blue geometric flowers. Makeup artist Tom Pecheux and Hair stylist Orlando Pita were behind the show’s beauty look.
Saab’s creations went for a more pared-back palette focusing on pastels and glittering neutrals.
Elie Saab’s concern when making his creations is that the dresses while looking good on the sylph-like figures of Roos Abels, Lineisy Montero, Kiki Willems, et al., can also work on the myriad silhouettes of the women who order from him.
In this collection, Saab decided to honor Egypt at the turn of the 20th century represents the golden era of the Arab world. The Egyptian-inspired dresses have beautiful details.
This dramatic ballgown with an exaggerated skirt looked straight out of the pages of a storybook.
About Elie Saab
Elie Saab is a Lebanese fashion designer. His main workshop is in Lebanon, with additional workshops in Milan and Paris. He’s considered to be the Arab world’s most successful designer. By 2010, Saab had dressed 102 international celebrities. Saab’s evening gowns evoke an updated 1940s glamor that attracts a high-profile clientele firmly anchored in Beirut, Paris, and Hollywood.