The current mood of the global fashion industry is one of increasing inclusivity. While it would be fair to argue that this has been a long time coming, the time really is now. And that’s something to celebrate.

Not only did 2017 begin with IMG Models signing Vogue Arabia cover star Halima Aden, Storm Model Management (Kate Moss’ first agency) has just signed its first hijab-wearing model, Shahira Yusuf.

In an exclusive interview with, Yusuf reflected, “It’s up to the fashion industry to create more opportunities for models like me.

There is a huge modest fashion market, and more companies are starting to release modest fashion clothing lines.”

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HRH Queen Rania and Bella Hadid have a taste for the same luxury brands (Dior, Chanel, Givenchy, Loewe), but they have their own inimitable way of wearing runway looks in real life.

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A number of Hollywood A-listers and Arab stars took to recent award shows and international red carpets wearing head-turning gowns from Arab designers – seasoned Middle Eastern names such as Zuhair Murad, Ashi Studio, and Elie Saab ruled the red carpets.

Meryl Streep arrived at the 2017 Academy Awards wearing a midnight blue, tailored pairing of slim-cut pants and an embellished, off-the shoulder top that featured a train, designed by Elie Saab.

The Lebanese designer also found a fan in actor Janelle Monáe, who made her fashionable Oscars debut in a diamond-encrusted Elie Saab Haute Couture gown.

Director Ava DuVernay paid tribute to Saudi designer Mohammed Ashi by wearing an Ashi Studio gown as a “small sign of solidarity.”

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While some race ahead with elbows out to get the Spring 2018 collections behind their closet doors, other savvy customers are still content in the ‘now’.

Kuwaiti designer Bazza Alzouman talks through the current offering; a strong line-up of dramatic yet feminine eveningwear that’ll prove to see you through the late winter wedding season and beyond.

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Along a stretch of runway, women dressed in abayas and niqabs sit tightly together in the front row, excitedly chattering among themselves. More than 30 women from Oman – among them members of the royal family – have traveled to Dubai to witness Atelier Zuhra’s couture showcase during Fashion Forward’s tenth season. One woman rises and crosses the runway, her abaya billowing with each stride. She greets another who’s donned a turban while teardrop pearl earrings swing from her lobes. She is the First Lady of Nigeria, Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, and she is being welcomed by the equally elegant and high jewelry attired Mousa Al Awfi, founder of the new Dubai-based couture house. Al Awfi’s diamond pendant sways like a pendulum and all eyes are on them as the two women exchange courtesies.

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Street style queen Anna Dello Russo will kick off Milan Fashion Week in February with a one-of-a-kind sale. Further pieces from her incredible collection will be available on Net-A-Porter after the main event.

source : Vogue 

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لفتت الفاشينيستا الكويتية فاطمة المؤمن أنظار الجميع إلى إطلالاتها واستطاعت أن تحصد لغاية اليوم أكثر من مليون وثلاثمائة ألف متابع على حسابها على إنستقرام. هي شابة ذات ملامح عربية جذابة، وصاحبة إطلالات تحمل الكثير من اللمسات الغربية الجريئة.

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From state banquets to formal engagements, Kate Middleton never fails to display a lineup of chic and elegant outfits.

When it comes to brands, the Duchess favors British labels, including Alice Temperley, Jenny Packham, and Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen (which she wore to her wedding to Prince William in 2011).

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