The Lebanese label gave us the winter coat of our dreams with its new collection at Paris Fashion Week.
And now his latest show at Paris Fashion Week has us dreaming of colder climes so that we can don some of the Lebanese label’s gothic Autumn/Winter creations.
Alongside some chic-and-sheer dresses, the Beirut-born designer presented a selection of Sixties-inspired daywear – a refreshing addition to the brand’s red-carpet-favourite gowns.
We’ve rounded up our 10 favourite looks from the show, which have us mulling over a winter trip to a European city (mohair and Dubai never did make a great pairing)…
A Prince of Wales-print coat gets a fresh twist with pastel-hued embroidery. We’re picturing this with skinny ripped jeans, a crisp white shirt, and a smug smile on whoever gets to have this in their wardrobe.
This peekaboo dress with an Old Hollywood-inspired feather trim was easily the show’s standout gown. From a distance it appears like it’s pearl-encrusted, but it’s actually just clever embroidery.
There’s lashings of pink, peach and pretty florals, yet somehow this feels not too saccharine-sweet.
We do love a theatrical cape in brooding black, and this embellished number ticks all the boxes.
This Bardot-esque mini feels powerful yet featherlight, with whispers of lemon-y lace and chiffon played against stark black stockings.
The intricate mish-mash of prints and textures in this berry gown adds plenty of interest without being distractingly busy.
Strokeably fluffy mohair teamed with armour-like embroidery? We’re sold.
This floaty, diaphanous dress perfectly balances the dark and the light. We could totally see Scarlett Johansson or Jessica Chastain rocking this at a premiere.
Sixties-style minis paired with romantic Victoriana blouses are a match made in fashion heaven. Bonus point for the silky pussybow.
This LBD could easily solve all our ‘what to wear to work events’ nightmares.