Every piece by these visionaries is laced and woven with creativity; the least we can say is that they will be redefining our idea of fashion at this year's Cairo Fashion Festival.
The Egyptian fashion scene blossomed from the studios and workshops of designers with golden hands and sheer unmatchable talents. Who would've thought that we're already reaching our 7th season of the Cairo Fashion Festival, taking the city by storm this weekend as beautifully adorned socialites and celebrities grace the Cairo Festival City Mall red carpet, in its enchanting 3D Broadway theatre theme, and the Abdelaziz sisters make a graceful appearance. No fashion festival can even happen without a runway show lined with gorgeous models bedecked in signature pieces; this year, Moroccan-born fashion and design prodigy Said Mahrouf will be coming to Egypt for the first time ever to attend, as well as the ingenious Marmar Halim whose work strolled through the whole world's red carpets. We'll be seeing some of our favourite Middle Eastern and international brands with their newest FW'16/17 and SS'17 congeries, as well as some of Egypt's biggest fashion bloggers who'll be turning DHL T-shirts into sartorial masterpieces, and Egyptian designers tailor making impressive apparel using the DHL logo and colours. Of course, these guys over here could make a potato sack look good...
Farah made it to the 2015 New York Fashion Week, and this year, she was nominated in the World Fashion Week in Paris. Her designs are never anything short of feminine, delicate, and classy.
Could the designer's name and the model's look have anything to do with The Hunchback of Notre Dam? Maybe that's because Radwan has a background in filmmaking.
Iskander's designs are unique in their consistent search for creating contours and straight lines, and at the same time adding metallic touches in gold and silver – it's sexy, royal, and totally geeky in its own fashionable way!
An Instituto Marangoni graduate an London College of Fashion alumnus, Moawad is as much of a painter as she is a fashion designer – her patterns, colour combinations, and those models and backgrounds, you'd think she's working a canvas.Ahmed Saedi