Known for designs celebrating feminity and princess-esque glamour, Zuhair Murad didn’t disappoint with his Couture collection for AW19.
See Zuhair Murad's AW19 Haute Couture collection
As Paris Couture Week almost reaches a close for another season, another designer bought to the forefront the power of Arab fashion. Zuhair Murad, who started his label in Beruit in 1997 has been presenting his couture collections in Paris since 2001, and his AW19 show 18 years later didn’t disappoint.
As for his AW19 edition, he dazzled with the details as always with a collection that was mixed boho chic with high glamour, working busy patterns onto silk fabrics, creating sheer embellishment skin-tight gowns that were balanced out with a flowing cape and used feather hems and puffed hips to create volume.
As the show began in France’s Hôtel Potocki, scarlet red shades set a seductive glamour tone, as orchid purples, Champagne creams, vivid oranges and emerald green shades followed.
The final look was nothing short of show-stopping, with the model donning a full-bodied strapless bridal gown with delicate silver embellishments, complete with a pulled back vale.