Carolina Herrera’s Creative Director, Wes Gordon, is here in Dubai to present the renowned luxury house’s much-anticipated collection. An intimate dinner was also hosted to honour Wes Gordon last night.
Runway shows then get underway tomorrow evening with a sustainability-focused showcase by Pipatchara, known best for handmade, macrame techniques, and d3-based luxury ready-to-wear label Lili Blanc. DFW Members Weinsanto, Lama Jouni, Dima Ayad and Mrs Keepa are also among the talents to showcase their collections first.
Tomorrow will also see the launch of the first-ever and much anticipated Mega Showroom at Dubai Fashion Week, a designers pop-up B2B and ‘Shop the Runway’ concept open to all. Organised by the Arab Fashion Council and managed by FLTRD, the showroom will be hosted at Building 11 in d3 and run daily from 10am-9pm. It will see designers showcasing their extraordinary creations – and all available for sale. The platform is committed to cultivating creativity and promoting talent and all the designers featured can be found here: https://dubaifashionweek.org.
Khadija Al Bastaki, Senior Vice President, Dubai Design District (D3), part of TECOM Group, said: “All eyes are on Dubai and Dubai Fashion Week. Our roster of participating designers represents the future of fashion – diverse, innovative and sustainable – and this edition will set a high benchmark not only for our region but also for the global fashion industry. Today’s programme defines the tone for what will undoubtedly be an inspired edition of the official fashion showcase and reflects the immense promise and potential of Dubai as a global hub for fashion, creativity and business.”
Jacob Abrian, Founder and Chief Executive Officer – Arab Fashion Council, said: “Dubai Fashion Week has thrived organically and sustainably, casting a radiant spotlight on the fashion scene in our region. We take pride in the fact that this platform attracts discerning individuals whose influence in the fashion industry is both genuine and unswayed. Our commitment to nurturing talent and fostering authentic connections has not only solidified Dubai’s global reputation but has also ensured that the right voices are drawn to our vibrant city, echoing the heartbeat of the fashion world. We welcome you to a week of artistic brilliance and creativity, where the essence of fashion is celebrated in its purest form.”
Alongside a Dubai-wide calendar of high-profile fashion shows, the latest edition of Dubai Fashion Week includes exclusive events, a trunk show in collaboration with Mall of the Emirates, capsule launches, brand activations and industry talks. The event draws international collaborators, tastemakers, and visitors, with an extensive gathering of media and buyers arriving hot off the heels of Paris Fashion Week to view the seasonal collections.
For the full calendar please visit: https://dubaifashionweek.org/calendar/
Dubai Fashion Week is possible due to the generosity, commitment and contributions of its strategic partners: Air France as the official aviation partner; Meta as the official media partner; Microsoft as the official tech partner; Nothing as the official mobile partner; Dyson as the official hair tech partner; Kiko Milano as the official makeup partner; Schwarzkopf Professional as the official haircare partner; Waldorf Astoria as the official hospitality partner; Lavazza as the official coffee partner; Bold Management as the official talent management partner; and Fiji Water as the official hydration partner.
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