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Alaia

Azzedine Alaïa was a Tunisian couturier and shoe designer, he is known for his signature body-con silhouettes, his talent for producing discreet luxury has seen his empire become one of the most prestigious and respected of his generation.

Alberta Ferretti

Alberta Ferretti’s namesake brand has become a go-to for ultra-romantic and feminine dressing, bringing European sophistication to every collection, the label’s expertise lies in the casual go-to look.

Alena Akhmadullina

Alena Akhmadullina founded her namesake brand in 2001, her feminine collections are inspired by Russian fairytales, her unique prints and unique cuts became her DNA and have gone on cultivate an international fanbase.

Alessandra Rich

Alessandra Rich is a firm fixture on the red carpet. The Italian-born, London-based designer crafts her long gowns and cocktail dresses from luxurious fabrics and likes to incorporate plenty of retro references.

Alex Perry

Alex Perry is all about evening elegance and beautifully-executed feminine glamour. Perry’s intuitive mastery of the female form is brought to life by opulent fabrics, luxe finishes and red carpet-ready silhouettes.

Alexander McQueen

Savile Row-trained Alexander McQueen was a fashion visionary whose shows fused radical theatrics with exquisite tailoring. Since 2010, Sarah Burton has taken the helm as creative director, continuing the legacy of McQueen’s iconic style.

Alexander Wang

Alexander Wang is every it girl’s go to for effortless, off-duty style, famed for his sporty, urban aesthetic. Fall for the label’s sleek directional tailoring, must-have bags and relaxed separates with a sporty spin.

Alexandre Vauthier

Alexandre Vauthier launched his eponymous label in 2009, known for their statement dresses and after-dark style. The designs champion form-flattering silhouettes, opulent fabrics and sparkling embellishments.

Amina Muaddi

Amina Muaddi quickly rose to fame and established her eponymous brand as an iconic label, known for their fun, bright and innovative designs, each design is a masterclass in style and substance, Rihanna, Kendall Jenner and Dua Lipa are fans.

Anamika Khanna

Anamika Khanna has been instrumental towards the modernisation of Indian craft through her modern wear made from Indian textiles. She is known for blending traditional Indian textiles and techniques with western silhouettes and tailoring.

Azzaro

The house of Azzaro was founded in 1967 by Loris Azzaro. Currently under the creative direction of Maxime Simoëns, the brand is synonymous with timeless elegance and the embodiment of luxurious simplicity in all its ready-to-wear collections.

Balenciaga

Founded in 1937 by Cristóbal Balenciaga, they are renowned for using innovative materials and pushed the boundaries with modern silhouettes. Sculptural shapes executed in technical fabrics remain central to the label’s DNA and draws on the original couture silhouettes.

Balmain

Pierre Balmain founded his elegant Parisian fashion house in 1945, having studied under the great couturiers of the day. Today, young French talent Olivier Rousteing holds the reins, and has injected the house with youth, opulence and glamour.

Bogner

Founded by former ski champion Willy Bogner in the 1930s, the brand is renowned for its fashion-forward designs, where fashion meets function. Bogner offers a luxurious selection of skiwear with everything from down jackets to fur boots.

Bottega Veneta

Bottega Veneta combines a strong connection to its Italian heritage with a global outlook, creating understated pieces that retain a sense of their artisanal provenance. With Daniel Lee at the helm since 2018, expect clean lines and a heightened sense of subtle luxury to prevail.

Burberry

Renowned for their invention of gabardine in 1879 which later later became the foundation to the iconic trench coat. Under the direction of designer Riccardo Tisci, some of Burberry’s most recognisable icons are reworked to find a balance between classic and fashion-forward aesthetics.

Blumarine

The Italian fashion house was founded in 1977 by Anna Molinari. Romanticism, vibrant sensuality and femininity constitute the DNA of the Italian label. Expect glittering colours flowing silhouettes, layers of silk and tulle, delicate hues with a sophisticated allure.

Carlos Miele

Carlos Miele is a Brazilian fashion designer specialising in women’s ready-to-wear collections. His designs are influenced by Brazilian artisan creations, and play with unexpected results that come from mixing technology and traditional handcrafted design.

Caroline Constas

New-York based Caroline Constas started her brand in 2014, the brand is known for their jetset-ready pieces – off-the-shoulder silhouettes, bold patterns and weightless cotton designs.

Carven

The house of Carven was founded by Marie-Louise Carven in 1945, with its unique prints and playful hues, the label is know for its covetable pieces, tailored jackets and timeless Parisienne style.

Casadei

Casadei was set up in 1958 by Italian duo, Quinto and Flora Casadei. The label is known for their innovative flair and unique designs, the label brings sportswear influences to footwear design with athletic styles featuring concealed wedges and lace-up pieces.

Celine

Celine Vipiana founded her eponymous label in 1945, when it began as a made-to-measure shoemaker for children. Under the creative direction of Hedi Slimane, Celine’s minimalist aesthetic draws on classic silhouettes to create contemporary elegance.

Chanel

Fashion designer Coco Chanel is famous for her timeless designs and trademark suits. Under the creative direction of Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel became one of the most influential forces in fashion, paying homage to the house’s signature tailored designs and craftsmanship.

Charlotte Olympia

Charlotte Olympia launched her eponymous label in 2007, her designs are influenced by classical Hollywood cinema glamour from the 1940s and 50s. Her design philosophy is to create luxurious, feminine shoes and accessories with a playful twist.

Chloe

Headed by French designer Natacha Ramsay-Levi, Chloe is known for their beautifully executed pieces with a retro-tinged sensibility are the cornerstone of the house – think sharp tailoring, leather separates and relaxed dresses.

Christian Louboutin

Launched in 1991, Christian Louboutin is designed in Paris and crafted in Italy by skilled artisans, the label’s sophisticated heels fuse style with comfort. An A-list favourite, its iconic red lacquered soles are internationally recognised.

Christopher Kane

The fashion world has been captivated by Christopher Kane ever since his first London Fashion Week show in 2006. Fusing together a contrast of demure and daring, while experimenting with an array of exquisite fabrics, he continues to raise the bar with each collection.

Cult Gaia

Created in 2012 by Jasmin Larian, Cult Gaia designs timeless heirloom handbags, shoes and jewellery. The brand is committed to sustainable practices and is inspired by nature, creating statement pieces that fuse unique sculptural shapes with high-quality construction.

David Koma

David Koma founded his label in 2009, ever inspired by the female form, the London-based label is renowned for balancing femininity and athleticism with body-contouring silhouettes and daring cuts.

Diane Von Furstenberg

Diane von Furstenberg founded her eponymous line in 1972. It has since become a global luxury fashion brand celebrated for its bold and creative approach to colour and print, and admired for its sensual femininity.

Dior

An internationally renowned brand since 1946, the French fashion house acclaimed for its elegance and timeless femininity. As the first female artistic director at the helm of Christian Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri has been imbuing the French maison with a woman’s touch.

Dolce & Gabbana

Under the creative direction of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana the label has become one of the most iconic brands in the world. Figure-hugging silhouettes, ornate embellishments, exquisite lace and floral prints have become the label’s hallmarks.

Dolly J

Delhi-based designer, Dolly Jhunjhunwala’s eponymous label is defined by its distinctive craftsmanship, structured silhouettes, minimalist and androgynous ensembles. The brand’s design process is rooted in traditional dyeing and weaving techniques.

Dundas

Norwegian designer Peter Dundas worked his way to the top of Italian fashion. Dundas’s designs are a red-carpet favourite thanks to his brand of high-octane glamour that champion feminine silhouettes and intricate embellishments.

Elie Saab

Elie Saab is known for being one of the world’s leading haute couturiers. Inspired by Paris and Beirut, where his two ateliers are based, he launched his eponymous label with a haute couture line. Each collection reflects natural, radiant, modern femininity.

Emilio Pucci

Jet-set glamour doesn’t come much more established or recognisable than Emilio Pucci. A dynamic array of 1970’s-inspired swirling prints and resort-ready silhouettes pay homage to the iconic fashion, while taking it in a modern direction.

Ermanno Scervino

Founded in 2000, Maison Ermanno Scervino has become synonymous with Italian luxury. With designer Ermanno Daelli at the helm of the brand, Ermanno Scervino has continued to combine the values of traditional tailoring with innovation in craftsmanship.

Fendi

Italian fashion house Fendi debuted its first ready-to-wear collection in 1969 under the creative direction of Karl Lagerfeld. The German designer’s innovative approach of combining traditional silhouettes with modern fabrics brings a contemporary edge to Fendi’s classic aesthetic.

Fannie Schiavoni

Fannie Schiavoni is a London based womenswear lable established in 2009. Her background in tailoring and use of traditional methods of handcraft has helped develop a unique approach to the design of her chain metal signature.

Gaurav Gupta

Gaurav Gupta is one of the most celebrated and innovative couturiers in India, his designs are known for the dramatic sculpture like elements. Gupta’s designs are timeless and he is best known for their use of unique elements.

Giambattista Valli

With its romance, femininity and glamour, Italian designer Giambattista Valli became one of the most remarkable brands in Paris with strong identity. Effortless, ageless and timeless, the label continues to redefine modern glamour through exquisite construction and design.

Gianvito Rossi

Following in the footsteps of his father Sergio, Gianvito Rossi strikes the perfect balance between modern design and traditional craftsmanship. Impeccable skill and seductive silhouettes define each collection, with pieces famed for their comfort and wearability..

Giles Deacon

An English fashion designer, Deacon joined the Paris Couture schedule in 2016. Deacon has been known to challenge the traditional ideas of womenswear and often uses wild prints and pop culture references in his designs.

Giuseppe Zanotti

Giuseppe Zanotti is an Italian luxury footwear and fashion designer known for his signature sculptural mix of Italian allure and contemporary glamour embellished heels which has grown into one of the premiere luxury houses.

Givenchy

Hubert de Givenchy launched his eponymous fashion house in 1952.  A pioneer in modern fashion, the designer was one of the first couturiers to create ready-to-wear collections. Expect darkly romantic dresses, edgy leather separates and luxe accessories.

Goyard

As the oldest leather goods maker, established in 1853, Goyard is known for luxury craftsmanship and signature monogram print, it has an impressive reputation based on quality and prestige and have remained at the pinnacle of French opulence.

Gucci

Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele has transformed the brand, infusing its luxury aesthetic with an eclectic, retro edge. From impactful printed dresses to statement shoes and bold bags, each ornate design is impeccably crafted with the highest attention to detail.

Hermès

A French high fashion luxury goods manufacturer established in 1837, Hermès is steeped in history and tradition. Family-owned for five generations, a combination of rich heritage, exquisite craftsmanship and eye for detail have made it one of the world’s most sought-after brands.

Hervé Léger

Known for creating elasticated couture, Hervé Léger pioneered the bodycon dress. Under the direction of Max Azria, Hervé Léger has been remoulded into a brand that captures the allure of powerful women.

Jacquemus

Simon Porte brings a modern air to traditional French design as experimental shapes form the label’s signature silhouettes. Expect the unexpected, as playful details inject a youthful energy into deconstructed tailoring.

Jay Ahr

Founded in 2005, Jay Ahr has produced collections of bold pieces comprised of innovative fabrics and embroidery, celebrating his passion for travel, design, art and culture.

Jenny Packham

Jenny Packham is the red carpet’s go-to designers for dazzlingly feminine glamour, her glamorous pieces are impeccably crafted from luxurious fabrics.

Jimmy Choo

Starting as an apprentice to her uncle and shoe designer Jimmy Choo, Sandra Choi has been at the London-based label since its inception in 1996. Jimmy Choo has remained an international favourite for elegant style staples, from handmade heels to sleek evening bags.

JJ Valaya

JJ Valaya is one of India’s leading fashion couturiers and designers, his distinctive style combines the true essence of India which can be seen in the exquisite hand embroidery, the rich fabrics and Indian heritage motifs which have taken the country and the world by storm.

Jimmy Choo

Starting as an apprentice to her uncle and shoe designer Jimmy Choo, Sandra Choi has been at the London-based label since its inception in 1996. Jimmy Choo has remained an international favourite for elegant style staples, from handmade heels to sleek evening bags.

Johanna Ortiz

After graduating from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, Johanna Ortiz returned to her native Colombia, launching her eponymous label in 2015. Structured ruffles, bold prints and elegant details define the label’s aesthetic, bringing an easy elegance to day-to-night dressing.

Judith Leiber

Judith Leiber is known for her intricate handbag designs created out of Swarovski crystals, rhinestones, and semi-precious stones. Her menagerie of minaudières have gained cult-like status amongst celebrities and stylists.

Kukoon

Founded by Sneha Mehta in 2014 has grown into a global brand, their unique style and adventurous spirit reflects in each creation, which is precisely crafted, hand finished, and made from the finest fabrics sourced from all over the world.

Lanvin

Founded by Jeanne Lanvin in 1889, Lanvin is known for its effortless designs with intricate detailing. As the oldest French couture house still in production, this historical brand is known for its use of exquisite textiles, light construction techniques and a rather whimsical vision.

Loewe

Spanish luxury fashion house Loewe has cemented its status as one of the world’s top purveyors of leather goods. Under creative direction of London designer Jonathan Anderson, they have revived some of the house’s iconic accessories and designs.

Loro Piana

Originating from Trivero, northern Italy, which is famous for textile production, the Loro Piana family began as wool merchants at the start of the 19th century. The Italian wool and cashmere brand is established worldwide as a leader in high-end fashion and fine fabrics.

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton Malletier was a suitcase maker who established his French luxury brand in 1854. Now, with Marc Jacobs at the helm as creative director since 1997, the house has become one of the most sought after luxury brands in the world.

Magda Butrym

Magda Butrym took the plunge and launched her own namesake label in 2014, the brand exploded onto the fashion scene and achieved wide-reaching international acclaim.

Maison Michel

Established in 1936, Maison Michel has always showcased a special kind of savoir-faire, an accessories label that exudes a timelessness, yet is ever-evolving to suit a contemporary market.

Malone Souliers

British shoe label Malone Souliers, founded in 2014 combines delicate femininity with bold, directional design. Its founder and creative director Mary Alice Malone brings architectural precision and an unwavering attention to detail to the handcrafted footwear. Malone Souliers is noted for its collaborations, too, including an ongoing partnership with Roksanda.

Manish Malhotra

Manish Malhotra is one of Bollywood’s most successful costume designers, with a ready-to-wear line in addition to his work for film. He is predominately known for his vibrant, colour blocked womenswear and intricate use of Kashmiri embroidery. His line is worn by celebrities worldwide including Priyanka Chopra, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell.

Manolo Blahnik

Since founding his eponymous label in 1970, Manolo Blahnik has had an active hand in each stage of the design process – he still sketches all the shoes in the collections himself. Their designs are are an icon of femininity and style, and were immortalised by Carrie Bradshaw.

Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs created Marc Jacobs International with Robert Duffy in 1984, basing the brand on two very simple concepts – a love of fashion and a commitment to quality. With the addition of Marc by Marc Jacobs in 2001, Marc Jacobs International now offers two complete lines of ready-to-wear and accessories.

Marchesa

Marchesa was launched by British designers and close friends Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig, the duo’s modern, glamorous evening wear is a firm favourite on the red carpet, their signature includes floor-length gowns and statement cocktail dresses.

Maria Lucia Hohan

After studying fashion design in one of the well known Parisian institutes of applied arts, Maria Lucia Hohan created her brand in 2003 when she was only 23 years old. The pieces are crafted from airy fabrics and lightweight silks that drape softly for an ethereal look.

Maticevski

Toni Maticevski has built a brand, a vision of feminine desires and artful silhouettes that have defied trends and survived as one of the greatest unannounced drivers and inspirers of modern women’s fashion and design for nearly two decades.

Missoni

Missoni was founded in the 1950s by Ottavio Missoni and his wife Rosita. They started producing crochet knits in the brand’s now-signature style. The label continues to produce high-quality garments in its iconic, colourful zigzag weave.

Miu Miu

Founded in 1993, the trend-setting label is known for its tongue-in-cheek take on femininity. Miu Miu creates whimsical accessories that add an irreverent touch to any look – expect embellished heels, statement bags and cat-eye sunglasses.

Moon Boots

Moon Boots, a snow boot brand created as après-ski wear in the early 1970s, today they are a staple both on and off the slopes. Known for their comfort in temperatures as low as -35° C, they are the ultimate après-chic accessory.

Moncler

Founded in 1952, Moncler first specialised in making quilted sleeping bags, they are now revered for its iconic goose-down jackets, perfect for winter sports and skiing holidays, and a mix of parkas and bombers that are ideal for casual city wear. Expect closet classics balanced by signature, highly technical fabrications and a minimalist vision.

Monisha Jaising

Monisha Jaising is is one of India’s first and foremost fashion designers, a luxury expressed in a contemporary, fresh and edgy way. In the past two decades Monisha Jaising has established herself as one of the country’s most recognised fashion talents; the multi-dimensional brand encompasses luxe sportswear, evening wear, bridal couture and resort-wear.

Monique Singh

The brand Monique Singh is an aspirational luxury brand that applies the delicate balance of fierce elegance. The signature trait of the brand is a fusion of Indian design elements and western components. Singh stays true to her signature floral patterns by fusing the prints with organic shapes and an opulent colour palette.

Norma Kamali

Since the 1970s, New York-based Norma Kamali has been the go-to designer for high-octane glamour – her collections have been exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. Kamali’s iconic swimwear celebrates the female form via vintage-inspired bikinis and one-piece swimsuits.

Off-White

Virgil Abloh’s cult fashion label Off-White captures the designer’s sports-luxe aesthetic, featuring oversized shirting, colour-blocking sportswear and contemporary two-tone denim. Snap up the label’s signature slogans for a new-season fashion fix.

Paule Ka

Founded 30 years ago, Paule Ka is an independent French label dedicated to high-quality women’s ready-to-wear fashion. The exemplification of Parisian neo-classicism and elegance, the label’s timeless style is defined by its graphic, urban and sophisticated lines.

Peter Pilotto

Peter Pilotto is known for its unusual prints that are paired with soft sculptured shapes. A vision of elegance, the style embraces futuristic and classic elements and is constantly evolving.

Philipp Plein

A dedication to the extraordinary and a passion for rock and roll are the strong character traits that have compelled Philipp Plein to give rise to a brand notorious for both unbridled luxury and edgy style.

Pria Kataaria Puri

Pria Kataaria Puri is a renowned Indian designer, best known for her dedication towards ‘Occidental Couture,’ which is a mystique blend of western and oriental ideas to adorn the ever so fascinating female form.

Pinko

Founded in the early 1980s by Pietro Negra. Pinko is a contemporary fashion brand created for Italian women, that relies upon research and quality of Italian handcrafts for original creations that are also easy to wear.

Prada

Founded in 1913, Prada is one of the most influential fashion houses in the world. With Miuccia Prada at the helm, the label focuses on creating innovative yet timeless pieces for the ever-evolving modern wardrobe.

Proenza Schouler

After founding the brand in 2002, design duo Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez have taken the label to one of the industry’s most influential brands. A keen eye for rich prints make it the modern woman’s go-to.

Ralph & Russo

Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo founded Ralph & Russo in 2010, their designs encompass a blend of strong femininity, refined glamour, elevated elegance and timeless in its appeal, Ralph & Russo holds the art of female allure at its core.

Rasario

Famed for its hyper-feminine dresses and exquisite gowns, Rasario was launched in 2012 by designer Rasida Lakoba. Best known for their expert tailoring and feminine silhouettes, expect voluminous accents and lace inserts.

Roberto Cavalli

Roberto Cavalli established himself as the go-to designer for party pieces in the 1970s, offering extravagant designs season after season. The label continues to define after-dark sensuality, defined by its bold prints, captivating silhouettes and enchanting adornments, the much-loved label is instinctively appealing to the glamour girl.

Rochas

Founded by Parisian couturier Marcel Rochas in 1925, Rochas embodies the romantic spirit of the French fashion capital. Now under the creative direction of Alessandro Dell’Acqua, the house’s feminine creations bring a fairytale whimsy to a 21st century audience, with beautifully crafted dresses, skirts and softly tailored jackets.

Rohit Bal

Born in Kashmir, Rohit Bal was dubbed the designer “India’s Master of fabric and fantasy,” He is best known for his use of lotus and peacock motifs, and for the spectacular construction in his clothing.

Roland Mouret

French designer Roland Mouret is a master of structure and tailoring. His collections focus on fabric and form, using vibrant colours and body-con cuts to flatter the female silhouette.

Sabyasachi

Sabyasachi Mukherjee is a celebrated designer for his ethnic bridal wear, the label has become synonymous with Indian luxury bridal fashion. With his extraordinary creative vision, Mukherjee seamlessly blends traditional techniques with modern design.

Saint Laurent

Established in 1961, the Parisian fashion house is under Anthony Vaccarello’s creative direction. The brand is known for its high-octane aesthetic and glamour, look out for statement-making cocktail dresses, slick leather jackets and re-worked signature bags and shoes.

Self Portrait

Central Saint Martins alumni Han Chong founded Self-Portrait in 2013. The effortlessly elegant dresses, striking jumpsuits and sophisticated separates are perfect for special occasions, from parties to weddings.

Shantanu & Nikhil

Founded by brothers Shantanu Mehra & Nikhil Mehra who bring a unique blend of fashion and business sense to their label. Their signature style is to blend modernity and expressionist art to create their unique designs.

Stella McCartney

A graduate of London’s Central Saint Martins, Stella McCartney launched her label in 2001. An early adopter of environmentally conscious practices, the designer uses innovative materials when crafting her signature brand of sportswear-inspired separates.

Sunday St Tropez

Sunday St-Tropez was founded in 1996 as a product of the sun and sea that make the French island so fresh and luxurious. The hippie-chic look quickly appealed to the cosmopolitan clientèle, transforming the label into a global beachwear brand.

Susan Alexandra

Susan Korn started making beaded bags in her tiny New York apartment. Now you can’t scroll through Instagram without seeing her rainbow-coloured creations on the arms of everyone from fashion editors to Gigi Hadid.

Temperley

Earning its place amongst fashion’s power houses, Temperley is known for its modern elegance shaped by virtuoso craftsmanship, they use intricate fabrics and lace to bring a British bohemianism to their designs.

The Attico

Known for their vintage-inspired silhouettes, harking back to the golden age of glamour, street style stars turned designers, Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini, make a strong case for dressing up,

Tom Ford

Tom Ford founded his eponymous label in 2005, each collection is synonymous with sophistication and glamour, a visionary lifestyle brand. The labels bold aesthetic and sleek glamour are redefine luxury.

Toni Sailer

Named after iconic Olympic skier Toni Sailer, the skiwear label aims to encapsulate the athlete’s vast sporting achievements through its retro designs. Combining functionality and comfort with sleek style, the skiwear transfers seamlessly from the slopes to après-ski.

Valentino

Under the direction of founder Valentino Garavani for 45 years, the fashion empire is now headed by longtime designer, Pier Paolo Piccioli. The label’s legacy of unparalleled luxury design lives on through the rich prints and artful embroidery seen on the runway.

Vera Wang

Vera Wang has created a unique, aspirational brand that alludes to sensuality and youthful sophistication. Renowned for her feminine aesthetic, fluid, figure-flattering silhouettes are synonymous with her designs and continue to define the label.

Versace

Staying true to the creative vision of her late brother Gianni, Donatella Versace has perfected the label’s more-is-more aesthetic. Bold prints, sexy detailing and an over-the-top glamour with a high-fashion edge continue to define the label.

Vetements

Vetements is a Parisian label offering unique pieces that shy away from trends, and instead promote personal style. The label puts a directional twist on relaxed wardrobe staples – think reworked denim, logo T-shirts and oversized outerwear.

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham launched her eponymous label at New York Fashion Week in 2008. Her eye for unique fabrics and tailoring garnered a loyal following. Beckham continues to champion femininity through a modern lens with her wardrobe staples and timeless tailoring.

Zimmermann

Sydney-based Zimmermann creates easy, beach-ready dresses and separates inspired by the designers’ sunny homeland. Recognised internationally for their statement swimwear and flattering silhouettes, their brand of femininity, optimism and effortless sophistication have earned the brand cult-like status amongst the fashion elite.

Zoe Jordan

Zoë Jordan draws from a childhood immersed in the world of motor racing with adventures across the globe. Zoë’s design style focuses on clean lines, fresh palettes, and boyish elegance. Integral to the collections is the art of contrasts: balancing the androgynous with the feminine; the structured with the effortless; and the classical with the modern.

Zuhair Murad

A favourite among the red carpet elite, the creations of Zuhair Murad have been spotted repeatedly since his catwalk debut in Rome in 1999. Known for his sensuality and femininity, along with a touch of glamour his head-turning designs are internationally sought after.

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