ORIENTAL FASHION SHOW/ Hotel de CRILLON, Paris
DN-AFRICA / PFW HAUTE COUTURE FW17-18 / Paris Fashion Week /
Designer Sergey SHABUKIN
STUDIO 24 / STYLE SQUAD
CREATIVE IMAGING SOLUTIONS
Photographer DAN Dan Ngu Dn-africa
Copyright © 2017 Photographer Dan Ngu Dn-Africa / STUDIO 24
The Oriental Fashion Show is the first fashion show initiated in Paris to promote Oriental Couture.
Since 2004, the organization has enabled many oriental creators to put forward their know-how and the richness of their collections, thereby developing their image and visibility in Paris and abroad.
Declined twice a year, the parades bring together both experienced creators and the rising generation that brings a new blast in fashion. Together, they offer a spectacle under the sign of luxury, magnificence but above all the sublime in what is rare and precious.
Positioned in the world of high-end, this concept of event is a Parisian showcase for creators who want to conquer the world places of fashion.
The Oriental Fashion Show – As a mark of Fashion Week in Paris, three Moroccan designers recognized for their audacious interpretation of the caftan, both authentic and modern, have been honored in one of the oldest and most luxurious palaces in the world.
The emblematic Hôtel de Crillon, installed Place de la Concorde in Paris.
Freshly reopened after 4 years of work, the Parisian palace welcomed in first event, the 20th edition of the Oriental Fashion Show this Thursday, July 6th. The Oriental Fashion Show is renewed with the presentation of two parades.
The event, which is a showcase of the know-how of oriental creators, and which pays tribute to the talent of these men and women who make fashion move, has been a true rendezvous recalling the pomp of oriental civilizations.
To celebrate its 20 years of existence, the Oriental Fashion Show has honored three talented Moroccan designers: Albert Oiknine, Bouchra Filali Ksikes and Hadia Benjelloun, Rasha AL WAZZAN – Kuwait who each proposed collections that reflect their vision of the coat Traditional Moroccan. We went to meet them, discover the images of the parade as if you were there.
Hadia BENJELLOUN – Morocco
Icon of the Moroccan Kaftan, Hadia Benjelloun varies the styles without betraying the tradition.
Its imprint is recognizable at first glance: nobility of materials, explosion of colors, all enhanced by a masterly hand by the various Moroccan artisans who conceive the whole by their ancestral know-how.
Through her creations, Hadia Benjelloun seeks to please the woman by thinking about her comfort and by offering her a chic and glamorous outfit while applying a touch of eccentricity.
The many years of experience in the field of Kaftan make the couture house Hadia Benjelloun one of the undisputed references in Morocco.
Rasha AL WAZZAN – Kuwait
This Kuwaiti stylist starts her activity in 2004, opening her first shop in the Al Muthanna Complex, where she is scrolling through her collections. Soon, success was followed by a second store at the Kuwait Magic and a third at the Al Babteen Sanabel Tower.