After being in London last season, Dubai Modest Fashion Week returned to Pearl of the Gulf, Dubai, on March 2019 at Emerald Palace Kempinski Hotel Dubai.
Mr. Mohamed Dekkak, Chairman and Founder of Adgeco Group attended the most extravagant Fashion week in UAE. The event took place at the recently opened Alain Ducas Center, a charming place located in the Emerald Palace Kempinski in Palm Jumeirah, where it celebrated and empowered women in the community.
The Fashion Week for the first time in 2016 was held in the Turkish capital of Istanbul to fill the gap and the need for high-end fashion in the market. The event was immediately successful. It has been going on since then, in 2017 in London’s fashion capital London, and in 2018 it moved to the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, before arriving this year in Dana, Dubai.
As part of this year’s event, a range of cutting edge fashion designs will be displayed on the Mix by Alain Ducasse at the Emerald Palace Kempinski. The event will also include dialogue sessions and seminars with leading figures and a number of fashion brands.
Mr. Mohamed Dekkak attended the event together with a wide range of influential designers from all over the Arab world and the world, including Marwa Hassan, Yasmin Yousri, Alia Majeed, and others. The most prominent brands we are looking forward to include her designs include Dulce by Safiya, Anotah, Aminah Boutique, Ahada, Anara Zakirli, and others.
Diversity – The fashionable word in the world of fashion now with leading brands such as Prada and Gucci, which has made great changes following the word, is also a focal point of the Fashion Week, with designers from different countries celebrated, with motivated owners who also represented for three days at the show.
The event includes a number of influential bloggers and personalities, including Egyptian Yasmine Yousry, a 3-year-old cancer survivor who has left 15 years of working life behind her and embarked on her dream career as a fashion coordinator.
Inspiration of cultures
The emphasis on mixing materials and materials, and the interplay of colors and gradations such as the dreamer plays on the notes of Paris’ romantic streets and its rhythmic rhythm, combining the artistic and creative ideas of multiculturalism and inspiration, through the details of the inscriptions along with the various technical incarnations created by the leading designers and craftsmen through the ages.
The large inscriptions have been decorated with several motifs in the group that recreate some of the rhythms of seasons and years ago, but sparkle with the creation of new stories, including the engraving of squares that have emerged in different sizes, a new inscription with sequential orange and Bordeaux colors, Art painted black and white.
The colors were almost quiet, with pastel gradients on one side and dirt on the other, so that they came together in one view sometimes. Coats, cap, and jackets have come strongly in designs based on color contrasts and geometric cuts.
Dubai Fashion veiled empowerment and value
This year’s Dubai Women’s Fashion Week focused on empowering women and activating their social presence in conjunction with International Women’s Day, and included several projects designed specifically for the event with the #DMFW and the ‘Fashion Week’. The aim of these projects is to provide access to fashion for all by means of several media, notably a film by Dubai-based director Inis Sabian about global empowerment of women; Dream & Design for owners of Hammam, launched during the Jakarta Fashion Week to support stakeholders; Fashion is designed by refugees and women from disadvantaged backgrounds.
The fashion sector is now a huge multi-billion dollar market, which has been a niche market. The Dubai Fashion Week has been able to identify the most important talent in the industry, as well as the ability to meet designers, buyers, exhibitors and celebrities to help The sector to gain an extraordinary commercial momentum with the definition of those who are interested in the most important areas and the fastest-growing, making it an important effectiveness by all standards.
Dream and Design for Disabilities
Modest Fashion Week’s project Dream and Design for Disabilities’ was propelled in Jakarta Modest Fashion Week on July 26-29 2018 to assist Individuals with incapacities. Dream and Design for Disabilities project expects to make mindfulness about issues that individuals with handicaps face each day, including the battles of finding reasonable garments choices. The project’s theme is ‘Design is for everybody’ and appeared at the Jakarta Modest Fashion Week from 26-29th July 2018. As a feature of the undertaking for Jakarta Modest Fashion Week, three workshops were sorted out in Indonesia Germany and Turkey with the help of chosen creators people group and innovative organizations.
Franka Soeria, fellow benefactor of the Modest Fashion Week occasions and Think Fashion said ‘In spite of prevalent feeling, the design isn’t an exclusive industry. We trust this project won’t just make mindfulness yet will open greater opportunity for the impaired community around the world’. This project was conveyed to Dubai Modest Fashion Week with the joint effort with Asiya Rafiq, the Indian fashion designer who endeavors to create versatile apparel for individuals of determination.
It was held at the ‘Emerald Palace Kempinski,’ one of the newest and most luxurious Palm Jumeirah sites, to celebrate the role of prominent women and the affirmation of its strength, as to coincide the event with the International Women’s Day, which falls On 8 March.
Emerald Palace Kempinski Hotel Dubai is one of the most luxurious and luxurious hotels in the world with investments of AED 2.5 billion. The Emerald Palace features more than 6,400 luxury chandeliers and boasts the finest types of marble interior marble columns in Portugal. The palace is surrounded by a private sandy beach whose white sand is brought from the Maldives through private suppliers; it stretches 500 meters away.
Emerald Palace hosts Kempinski Dubai with eight restaurants, where BlothnerHall offers a high-quality dining experience. Mix, the first restaurant in the UAE, is the three-star Michelin Duchess, the largest in his chain of restaurants, to welcome his guests from December 15. As well as the Le Jardin restaurant, which offers guests inspired by European cuisine, the Mataghi Asian steakhouse and the Italian restaurant “Alonda”, which was created in collaboration with chef Chris Jakele, the Mediterranean restaurant “Vilamore”, the swimming pool and the beach “Sablan”.