After showing off the beauty of oriental fashion on the catwalks in Dubai, Marrakech and Istanbul, the Oriental Fashion Show, the first and only international project dedicated to the promotion of oriental haute couture, sets out to conquer Milan.
The Milano Moda Donna will take place at Palazzo Turati, which includes the Oriental Fashion Show, organized in collaboration with the Monaco Fashion Chamber and Monte Carlo Fashion Week. On this occasion, the creations of three talented designers will be presented on September 21 at 5 p.m.
Through creations inspired by the richness of oriental culture, the Palestinian Jamal I Taslaq, whose refined creations have seduced many personalities, as well as the Moroccans Zineb Joundy and Wafaa Idrissi, past masters in the art of kaftan making , each in their own style, will undoubtedly sublimate the Milanese fashion scene.
The Oriental Fashion Show, an event designed by Moroccan Hind Joudar, is part of an avant-garde approach to fashion, aiming to put the diversity of each designer at the center of a global reflection, exploring the fruitful fusion of different identities .
Called “Rendez-vous”, this edition presents itself as a true crossroads of cultures, a meeting between Eastern and Western know-how and, above all, a celebration of fashion without borders.