The Lebanese designer is on a real roll when it comes to celebrities sporting his brand.
However Zuhair Murad’s latest collection is on the backs of some of the world’s most famous stars this month, with the Lebanese brand scoring a spot in many a magazine shoot.
Vanity Fair‘s much-hyped cover with Jennifer Lopez and baseball legend Alexander Rodriguez features the Get On The Floor singer in a slinky, sequinned gown by the Beirut-based label.
The black number was from the brand’s Autumn/Winter 2018 Haute Couture collection, Murad revealed on Instagram, adding that the brand was “happy to be a part” of the Mario Testino-shot spread.
The AW ’18 collection also got another shout-out in Cosmopolitan Spain‘s November issue, with cover star Elsa Pataky donning a floaty floral gown.
The printed georgette and chantilly lace dress was from Murad’s Autumn/Winter ready-to-wear line (and also from our winter brunch outfit dreams, we think).
We’ve previously dissected the label’s 2018 collection from Couture Week and Paris Fashion Week, with a number of gothic-inspired gowns and chic-and-sheer dresses making our cut for best designs of the show.
And that aesthetic is evident in a number sported by Pitch Perfect star Hailee Steinfeld, who wore an embroidered jumpsuit in the pages of Cosmo US next month.
The semi-sheer shimmering one-piece comes from Murad’s Resort collection, and offers a masterclass in working with super-fine lace.
Here’s to many more red carpet moments from Lebanon’s finest.
Images: Zuhair Murad/Instagram