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DUBAI: Arab Fashion Week, organized by the Arab Fashion Council, is set to return to Dubai next month. From October 10 to 15, fashion designers from the region and beyond will showcase their womenswear collections at a series of shows held at the Dubai Design District.

The six-day event will see designers showcase their Fall-Winter 2023 Couture collections as well as Spring-Summer 2023 Ready-to-Wear. Focus on 12 designers to watch out of the 35 international brands present.

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The brainchild of Dubai-based Filipino-born designer Furne One, who has dressed the world’s most famous stars, including models Heidi Klum and Tyra Banks, will present his Couture Fall-Winter collection on October 11.

Ile Jara

The Paraguayan fashion brand inspired by nature, with the aim of creating wearable art, will present its Fall-Winter 2023 couture collection on October 11.

Weinsanto

Presented by the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode, the Parisian designer who created non-fungible token clothing for the K-Pop group Lightsum will present his fall-winter couture pieces on October 11.

Pipatchara

Thai fashion designer Pipatchara Kaeojinda’s eponymous label, which focuses on slow and sustainable fashion, will present its Fall-Winter 2023 Couture pieces on October 12.

Ivan Young

The Malaysian luxury womenswear brand, founded in 2017 by two sisters and focused on creating pieces in delicate silk, will present its fall-winter couture collection on October 12.

Michael Cinco

The Dubai-based Filipino fashion designer, who launched his eponymous label in 2003, will showcase his brand’s Fall-Winter Couture collection on October 13.

Ihab Jiryis

The Palestinian designer, known for his evening dresses and couture clothes, will present his brand’s Couture Fall-Winter 2023 collection on October 13.

Yassmine Saleh

The Lebanese fashion designer, who uses art to raise awareness of psychological and sociological issues, will present her brand’s Spring-Summer 2023 ready-to-wear collection on October 14.

Vidhi Wadhwani

The Indian ready-to-wear brand, which emphasizes artisanal textures, bold colors and creative silhouettes, will present its Spring-Summer 2023 ready-to-wear collection on October 14.

The gift movement

The UAE-based clothing brand, on a mission to reinvent sustainable athleisure, will showcase pieces from its FIFTYMADE collection on October 14.

Death by dolls

Saudi Arabia’s Sara Al-Saud, who has already designed a Halloween outfit for superstar Beyonce, will present her Los Angeles-based fashion brand’s Spring-Summer 2023 ready-to-wear collection on October 15.

EMERGENCIES

The Beirut-based brand, which had its first-ever live show in Dubai earlier this year and is known for upcycling used and vintage materials, will showcase its Spring-Summer 2023 ready-to-wear collection on October 15.

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