Friday, December 10, 2010

Designers with a breath of fresh air...

                                                     Eric Tibusch.
Eric Tibusch is a young French man who was born in 1972 in the city of Bonifacio in South Corsica. At the age of 3 he flew to French Polynesia and since that period he spent his childhood either in the Island of Beauty or in Tahiti. He left Polynesia when he was 12. As, he has always been fascinated by design and fashion, he was noticed by Jean Paul Gaultier in 1998 and immediately recruited and given the responsibility for the fashion shows of his famous “Maison de Haute Couture” abroad. As an expert on the programmes about fashion development, he had the ability to manage fur projects with other fashion designers. Aware of his capacity he decided to create his own “Maison de Couture” in July 2006, at the age of 34.
Eric Tibusch.
Jumpsuit by Eric Tibusch.
Pleated black dress.
Structured lace dress by Eric Tibusch.
Fall couture collection.
A model wearing Eric Tibusch.
An Eric Tibusch number.
                                               Franck Sorbier.
This is a fashion house that achieved haute couture status in 2005, After working successfully for Chantal Thomass and Thierry Mugler, the French fashion designer Franck Sorbier, who was born in 1961, presented his first collection in 1987. Then, some major stores, such as Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus in the United States, Seibu in Japan, noticed him.
Franck Sorbier.
A black Franck Sorbier dress.
A model in a Franck Sorbier monochrome dress.
Passions and Clowns dress.
Franck Sorbier wedding inspired dress.
Chiffon & lace dress.
                                                    Zuhair Murad.
He is also another great Beirut based Lebanese fashion designer. After the opening of his first atelier in 1995, he has been able to gain for himself a very high and notable reputation in the international fashion scene. His lavish creations in sensational colours and extraordinary fabrics, are reminiscent of Egyptian princesses, Grecian goddesses and pure glorious splendour, complete with an edgy twist that modernizes is collections. I really do love his designs a little more than the rest  because of the exotic and rich/lush fabrics he uses.
Zuhair Murad.
Kerry Washington in Zuhair Murad. 
A model in Zuhair Murad.
An open back Zuhair Murad blue lace dress.
Melissa George in a Zuhair Murad prom style dress.
Miley Cyrus in tiered Zuhair Murad dress.
A Zuhair Murad couture dress at the Paris fashion Week.
                                                       Georges Chakra.
He his another Beirut based Lebanese haute couture fashion designer. He first established his brand in 1985 doing regional and local work for his clientèle but has since presented collections at the Paris fashion week. He regularly receives many editorial coverage in major fashion magazines and his works where largely showcased in the 2006 movie "The Devil Wears Prada". He also dresses a large number of the the female celebs till date.

Georges Chakra.
A model in Georges Chakra.
Another Chakra beautiful piece.
Queen Latifah in a mid-night blue Georges Chakra dress.
Tyra Banks, an ardent fan of Georges Chakra dresses, in this black lace number.
Jennifer Lopez in the spring 2010 couture cage-corset dress.

                                                          Elie Saab. 
He his a Lebanese fashion designer born on the 4th of July 1964. He launched his Beirut based fashion label in 1982 when he was 18. He has his main workshop in Lebanon as he his mainly attached to it but still works from Milan and Paris. Since his fame as the first Lebanese designer to dress an Oscar winner, Halle Berry in 2002, so many other celebs, actresses and musicians have patronized him. Rihanna, Beyonce, Dakota Fanning, Angelina Jolie and Aishwarya Rai and so many others have been clothed by him.
Elie Saab.
Beyonce Knowles in an Elie Saab number.
Halle Berry in the famous sheer floral burgundy Elie Saab dress at the 2002 Oscar Academy Awards.
Rihanna in Elie Saab at the Grammy Awards.
Aishwarya Rai also in Elie Saab.


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