Global designers for Dubai fashion event
Dubai, March 24, 2010
A record number of international designers and buyers will take part in the upcoming fashion extravaganza, Dubai Fashion Week Autumn/Winter '10 –'11.
The seventh instalment of the show will be held from April 3 to 7 at Jumeirah Emirates Towers in Dubai.
This season’s DFW will witness new designer participation from Ingie Chalhoub, Satya Paul, Pepper by Uma and the Evian Charity Show.
The designer line-up also includes Walid Atallah, Michael Cinco, Mariam Al Mazro, Furne One, Amal Murad and HSY.
“I’m proud to say that the event has grown to become one of the flagship fashion events of the region, having been involved with Dubai Fashion Week (DFW) from its inception,” said Hassan Sheheryar Yasin, fashion designer, HSY.
“Providing an ultimate platform for designers to showcase their collections to global audience, DFW has become the most important event on the fashion calendar. The fashion industry in the region has developed its own style and identity and DFW celebrates and recognises this,” he added.
Saif Ali Khan, executive vice president, DFW, said: “Throughout the event, our main objective is to strengthen ties and to build business relationships between the fashion industries.”
“In addition to showcasing the region’s top talent, DFW will also be spotlighting the up and coming talent through the emerging talent contest, which provides young designers with the rare opportunity to showcase their work at DFW,” added Khan.
DFW facilitates business opportunities and interaction between the retail buyers, fashion designers and the top fashion media, with the buyer’s lounge providing a point of contact for buyers and designers to develop business relations. – TradeArabia News Service
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