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Backstage: Maison Rabih Kayrouz Unveils Playful Take on Pop Art Hues

Maison Rabih Kayrouz RTW Spring 2019 2018. Image courtesy of Valentina Frugiuele

Couture Week is in full flow in Paris and while the runways have been lined with A-listers, we’ve been behind the scenes, capturing an insightful glance at all the sartorial action. From Ashi Studio to Azzi & Osta, Middle Eastern designers have been displaying their finest gowns in the French capital, and we’ve got all the backstage atmosphere encapsulated below. From last-minute touch-ups to intricate close-ups, read on for your all-access pass to Maison Rabih Kayrouz‘s show.

Maison Rabih Kayrouz

There was no sign of nerves as the Lebanese designer grinned and joked with models ahead of unveiling his Spring 2019 ready-to-wear collection. Indeed, Kayrouz’s playful expression matched that of his creations, which were bursting with vibrant, pop-art hues, and peppered with summery ginghams and bold plaids. The maison also played with featherlight chiffons and surprising ruching, to create a seemingly spontaneous smorgasbord of looks that felt modern, effortless, and almost achingly cool.

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