Elie Saab the Lebanese fashion designer, He also works in Milan and Paris.He started his work in early 1980’s in Bridal couture (expensive fabrics, lace, gemstones, Swarovski crystals, pearls, detailed embroidery, crystals, etc.), his couture collections are available in Paris, London, and Beirut, while his ready-to-wear clothes were in 160 retailers and his own boutiques.
Fall-winter, Spring Summer 2018-19 Haute Couture fashion
We were under a progression of coverings engraved with a, well, the shelter of wilderness foliage. At the point when the lights went down, they beamed a soft leafy camouflage onto the runway. It was surely muggy and close and lavishly perfumed—the last on account of the high extent of precisely turned out customers who went to—in this obscured corner of the Grand Palais. The notes educated us this was an Amazon gathering.
Really, though, this expedition from Elie Saab was more “early investor in Amazon, the company” than a denizen of Amazon, the river-defined jungle region. Sure, there was python print aplenty, earrings of golden leaves and colored arrowheads, and some long princess dresses edged with the same nicely embroidered foliage relief that was on our invitations. Some other long silk pieces, including a rather epic kaftan, were printed with an attractive long-frond pattern, and some of the sheer white or black dresses were etched with different tropical botanicals.
Cutting over these were suites of intensely shaded day wear and evening wear: pleasantly cut coats, slouchy field coats, bordered skirts, more weaved evening dresses (infrequently decorated with the most recent case of the this-season monstrous straw cap). Or maybe obviously, the show finished with a productively smooth risqué and sleeveless jumpsuit with long bordering points of interest at its neck area. Saab utilized his subject just to complement this gathering as opposed to completely characterize it, which was no awful thing.