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All the Arab Designers at Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2024

Georges Hobeika

A second home to the workmanship of many Arab designers, Paris Fashion Week continues to be of great significance to the region. As the Spring/Summer 2024 shows come to a close soon, we look back at the latest collections unveiled by regional creatives this season.

Elie Saab


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The Lebanese couturier looked to celestial bodies and the women around him for this collection titled Moonlight Shadow. Contrary to the name, Saab was inspired by the daytime sky for the designs that were light and fresh and meant to take one from morning to night. The moon did make an appearance, however, as black polka dots on a white background, among other dresses in aquamarine and bubblegum pink.



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Helmed by Lebanese designer Reema Al Banna, UAE-based brand Reemami made its Paris Fashion Week debut this season. Her first collection presented in the City of Lights was inspired by the Court of Versailles and stayed true to her signature via exaggerated silhouettes including jutted hips, and whimsical prints with optical illusions, pinstripes, and more.

Tony Ward

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In bold saturated hues of fuschia, yellow, aqua, as well as black, the Lebanese designer’s collection presented at the brand’s Paris showroom paid homage to the “hidden side of Eden”. Gowns and jumpsuits featuring cut-outs and playful sheer details spoke to the fiercer qualities of the Tony Ward woman.

Rami Al Ali

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For his Spring/Summer 2024 collection, Syrian couturier Rami Al Ali evoked the work of famed visionary artist, Steven Meyer, who was renowned for highlighting the beauty of nature. Also inspired by the art of floral radiography, the designer treated all his pieces as wearable art through delicate and structured shapes, with some gowns even featuring sequined blooms and floral prints.

Georges Hobeika

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While not presented at Paris Fashion Week, honorable mention goes to Georges Hobeika, which became the first fashion house to showcase its collection at the temple of Baalbek, a Unesco World Heritage site in Lebanon. Combining fashion and history for Spring/Summer 2024, the designs were inspired by Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, and featured romantic, feminine silhouettes with the house’s signature embellishments.



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French-Moroccan designer Charaf Tajer’s Casablanca took to Paris Fashion Week to showcase a collection inspired by Africa and motorsports. Colored in the brand’s characteristic bright shades and gradient hues, the designs included racer jackets, bodysuits, cropped tops, and skirts.

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