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All the Arab Designers at Paris Fashion Week Fall 2024

Read on to discover the latest collections presented by Arab designers at and alongside Paris Fashion Week Fall 2024.

Elie Saab


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Elie Saab evoked the Wild West and the rock and roll era of the 70s in his Fall 2024 Ready-to-Wear collection titled Melodies of Graceland. Statement details like fringes, oversized floral appliqués, and feathers were accompanied by the Lebanese designer’s signatures like intricate cut-outs, embroidery, and metallic embellishments. “It’s all about rock and roll, but my way,” Saab told Vogue backstage, describing the collection “feminine, subtle, light—even the boots are refined and elegant.”

Maison Rabih Kayrouz

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Marking the 25th anniversary of his brand this year, Maison Rabih Kayrouz named his Fall 2024 collection Back Home due to the nostalgic feeling that he sees his designs stirring up in the wearer. Masterfully crafted silhouettes, from structured micro-pleats to floaty dresses, and even relaxed tailoring came together with saturated hues in the collection. “I imagined her entering her house being greeted and hugged by her different pieces. The dress is there, the coat is there…,” Kayrouz told Vogue about the “personage” wearing his creations.

Laith Maalouf


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Paying homage to the goddess Amora, Jordanian designer Laith Maalouf’s haute couture collection was all about mesmerizing moments. Bringing together inky blacks, soft pinks, and traffic-stopping reds, the regal line stood out for its figure-flattering silhouettes and feminine details, from flowy layers to bold ruffles and glistening gold florals.

Rami Al Ali

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Syrian designer Rami Al Ali’s Fall 2024 Ready-to-Wear collection drew inspiration from the Mirror of Matsuyama, a Japanese folktale “believed to reveal one’s true essence”. The 31-piece collection is infused with traditional Japanese artistry, from the origami-inspired drapes and bows to floral details reminiscent of cherry blossoms seen on voluminous gowns, sleek dresses, and tailored separates.

Georges Hobeika

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This season, Georges Hobeika looked to the younger generation and its free-spiritedness for inspiration. And so, the “grown-up” house codes such as tailoring, embellishment, and even tweed were given a playful spin in dresses and separates with bold cut-outs, leather details, as well as elements inspired by the 80s. Elsewhere, the Lebanese designer’s trademark embroidery was reimagined in a more minimalistic sense to cater to the pared-back tastes of the new generation.

Zuhair Murad

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Zuhair Murad’s unmistakable romantic aesthetics were in full bloom in the Lebanese designer’s new collection. Sumptuous fabrics and rich hues were brought together with Murad’s ultra-feminine silhouettes, with highlights including rose appliqués and feather detailing. “I love roses because they can mean so many things: romance, mystery, sexiness… there’s a lot of subtext there,” Murad told Vogue.

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