Luxury fashion event opens in Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi, November 27, 2012
World Luxury Fashion Week, a major event featuring some of the world’s leading high-end fashion brands, opened last night at Etihad Tower in Abu Dhabi.
The evening, “Haute Couture 2012 presented by BMW”, featured two collections by French haute couture fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier followed by a fine jewellery show from Garrard.
Mona Ibellini, master of ceremonies for World Luxury Fashion Week, welcomed guests and looked stunning in an Amato Couture evening dress, accessorised with fine jewellery by Garrard.
Giambattista Valli, Alexis Mabille and ‘on aura tout vu’ by Livia Stoianova & Yassen Samouilov will present collections to invited guests tonight (November 27).
The final two evenings of the four-day World Luxury Fashion Week will showcase some of the most prestigious prêt-à-porter brands, featuring, amongst others, the likes of Ermanno Scervino, Carolina Herrera NY, Nina Ricci, Hervé Léger, Paule Ka ‘Black Carpet’ Collections, and acclaimed regional designers, Walid Atallah, Amato by Furne One and DAS Collection.
The organisers of World Luxury Fashion Week have also partnered with premium bottled water brand, Evian, and its limited edition bottle designed by renowned fashion designer, Diane von Furstenberg.
Evian’s latest limited edition bottle by Diane von Furstenberg is available in the Middle East for a limited period, a statement said.
World Luxury Fashion Week is being hosted at November 25 to 28.
Evian joins the ranks of other iconic partners of World Luxury Fashion Week, Abu Dhabi Motors, BMW, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, Rowenta, Etihad Airways and Avenue at Etihad Towers. – TradeArabia News Service
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