Designer Furne Certainly one of Amato Couture, cherished in Dubai for his ethereal designs, opened the unprecedented occasion with a fall/winter 2021/2022 assortment titled “The First Temptation”.
Set within the desert, the fashions all wore white, together with lacy hoodies and pants. The normal dishdasha gown worn by males throughout the Arab Gulf was featured. Nonetheless, it was revisited with a slit down the entrance.
Watch as Amato Couture reveals off its desert designs right here:
Males in Center East embracing vogue
“The world round us is altering, so too are attitudes in direction of vogue, and nowhere extra so than within the Center East,” stated Mohammed Aqra, chief strategist on the Arab Trend Council.
“Arab Trend Week-Males’s presents the breadth of menswear past formal apparel and road put on and paves the best way for males within the Center East to embrace a extra adventurous wardrobe,” he added.
The council organised the occasion, which is being broadcast on YouTube for the three-day length. About 15 regional and worldwide designers, together with from France, Britain, Iran and Lebanon, are being showcased.
‘Pure Theatre’ creations on present
Additionally on present Thursday had been “Puro Teatro” (pure theatre) creations by Spanish designer Arturo Obegero, together with high-rise pants, tops with crinkly waists and others with enormous bow ties hanging from the again.
The primary day of the Arab males’s vogue week additionally featured designs by Zardouz, together with animal print shirts and pants, in addition to others by Anomalous and Boyfriend The Model.
Watch Zardouz’s digital present right here:
Based mostly in Dubai, the Arab Fashion Council represents all 22 members of the Arab League and is already behind the twice-yearly Arab Trend Week, now in its eleventh version.
Menswear dominates UAE clothes sector
The council goals at selling regional designers and the trade throughout the globe.
In accordance with the Dubai Chamber of Commerce, menswear dominated the UAE attire sector in 2018, amounting to $12.3bn (R186.1bn) in gross sales.
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