This Ramadan, thousands stepped into the wide aisles and endless corridors of the ever-charming Grand Hotel in Aswan. From spectacular scenery to breath-taking costumes, the magic and elegance of this one particular TV series have many viewers glued to their TV sets and computer monitors in complete awe. Grand Hotel is a drama series that …
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“London continues to confirm its place as the home of menswear, a hub of creativity showing the very best designers to a global audience,” says chairperson
“Wonders of Nature” is a 12-piece collection that aims to create wearable replicas of the universe’s most fascinating elements.
Magdi Yacoub’s ad positively flipped the coin towards donation campaigns
Many script writers have decided to put their heroines in a standard role, where she suffers from a diversion of mental illness or abnormal behaviour.
From Leila Alwei to Ahmed El-Sakka, Dura Zarrouk, Hakiem, Menna Shalaby, Mahmoud El-Essaily, Isaad Youness, Ashraf Abd El-Bakky and Sherien, the campaign features an unprecedented combination of local artists
“The woman who wears Sarah’s Bag appreciates both the fashion and the cause; she is creative, expressive and definitely has a sense of humour,” says designer
According to the designer, a Hoxton guy is the kind of who can get away with anything and still look good while doing it
The collection’s main goal is to preserve the fonts through valuable and timeless pieces, says designer
“We aim to create an Egyptian product that is trendy and communicates our local identity through its design,” says co-founder
Ceramic tiles have morphed through many phases, marked by every emerging architectural movement. From Islamic geometry to the Renaissance baroque drama, tiles tell the story of each passing era
Hudson Egypt is a local company that aims to create solid platforms for local experts from different industries
Egyptian photojournalist Ahmed Hayman used his camera to bring the world to the heart of one of the largest refugee camps to have grown out of the world: Jordan’s Al-Zaatari refugee camp.
Up Fuse is an innovative local label that opens the door to a much-needed argument regarding ethical fashion and environmentally friendly garments
Farah met with Daily News Egypt to discuss more about the collaboration, the artistic theme and the various creative work involved.
Lama Jouni is a young Lebanese designer who recently joined Dubai’s army of promising Middle Eastern talents
“He used to define himself as a painter for flowers. I wanted this perspective of nature and greenery to dictate my spring collection,” says the designer
Daily News Egypt spoke to the designer to learn more about his aesthetic, milestones and his latest collaboration with the alternative rock band, Mashrou’ Leila
Daily News Egypt was on location to catch the show-stopping highlights that garnered sustained attention
Talar Nina, the brain child of Talar Bilemjian, is one of the region’s success stories among the fresh-out-of-school brands
The renowned photographer is set to lead a one-day workshop at The Fashion Studio
“We aimed to make the Oscars accessible and relatable to an Arabic audience while preserving and reviving our own cinematic heritage,” says founder
A’Lia is El-Nahass’s method of linking Egypt and Paris through embroidery and lace
“The theme is based on hand-painted tiles, so you can see evident geometric as well as floral prints,” says designer
The designer met with Daily New Egypt to discuss her aesthetic, favourite Hollywood clients, and her plans for the future
Our new website is a platform to discover and shop for emerging designers from around the world, says founder
Dina El-Waddidy and Khansa El-Batma will open the fifth edition of DCAF with a concert in Horreya Park on 31 March
“Fonts, like buildings, theatre, and songs, are a reflection of the society and culture that created them,” says chairman
Daily News Egypt met the businesswoman to understand more about the local market’s preferences and common conceptions when welcoming new retailers
Huge opportunity on local market owing to increasing population as well as the raw nature of the market itself, says minister of supply