Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear Collection By Maison Rabih Kayrouz

| August 31, 2017

Maison Rabih Kayrouz is a fashion house founded by the Lebanese fashion designer Rabih Kayrouz in Paris in 2008. The designer and founder of the brand was born in 1973 in Lebanon and at the age of 16 he moved to Paris to study at the Chamber Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne.

He worked for several months in the workshop of design houses Dior and Chanel and in 1995 he returned to Beirut and gained huge fame because of designing wedding dresses and evening gowns. In 2008 he opened his own fashion house and since 2009,

he has been a guest designer for the Chamber Syndicale de la Haute Couture with his seasonal collections and fashion shows. Rabih Kayrouz was selected by the Prominent French ELLE Magazine as one of the ‘Emerging New Talents’ in 2011.

In 2012 he created a capsule collection for La Redoute, while the design house Rabih Kayrouz is exclusive to the world’s most prestigious boutiques and department stores but its collaboration with La Redoute in 2012 confirmed his widespread appeal.

He has been praised for his use of style ‘know-how’ in creating ready to wear collections which compliment the urban lifestyle. He is known for his architectural cuts and exact construction but his approach is far from rational,

he works instinctively to design clothes that embody comfort, confidence and joy. Let’s talk and discuss about ‘Maison Rabih Kayrouz Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear’ disclosed in a fashion show.

Rabih Kayrouz enlisted three dancers from the Paris Opera Ballet to move expressively in his ready to wear garments and the display was set to a live performance by French singer Christophe Bevilacqua.

The singer was stationed on a landing above a mirrored stage played the piano and sang sometimes accompanied by the enthusiastic audience. First two dancers appeared on the stage by wearing ready to wear garments of this collection,

loosely constructed cashmere wrap coats wore over the voluminous organza dresses. Their elegant whirling combined with the Christophe’s lyrics of love and longing that had a visibly emotional effect on the dancers.

The star dancer of the show wore a yellow color satin fabricated floor sweeping tent dress that seemed simple. She performed a beautiful solo in her simple dress and with her slowly twirl she drew the attention to all its inner layers and vents. Rabih Kayrouz said of the collection overall,

“I wanted some whirling”. “It’s women I am really inspired by and this season I wanted her joyful dancing and playing with coats, dresses and with putting things together.”

Category: Designer Dresses