“We are presenting a new format of MANGO with kids and men. Mango is no longer the 200M women store,” says Al-Sharif
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“Choreography is the backbone of any fashion show,” says Samir
“A veiled dress requires the best of designers and tailors for its unique construction,” says designer
“Designing eyewear came out of my own curiosity for customising some pieces,” says designer
Their eyes closed, their ears in tune with the music and their souls dancing in circles around them while their hands produce a euphoria of trance that sets the crowd on fire.
“They are little pieces of art that break my heart to part with, but it makes me happy knowing that the person wearing them will smile every time they look down at their feet,” says designer
“As a kid I was obsessed with comic books, each hero had a distinctive outfit; for me the clothes can somehow show traces of the personality,” says artist
People are starting to value the time and effort spent on traditional art and handmade work, which is a global movement that first started in the European market, says designer
During a shift that started like any other, Dr Mina Nabil, an intensive care and anaesthesia doctor, received a phone call at 4pm, informing him of a critically ill patient suffering from a dangerously high temperature and breathing difficulties
Cairo’s educational centre starts two summer courses focusing on styling and illustration
“Last year was completely manual, this year we aim for 3D and responsive fashion through implementing parametric design,” says founder
Fashion designer’s passing is mourned by Egypt
Ddressie is the result of Essie’s colours, Abdelkawi’s precise brush, and Shaaban’s intricate stitches
According to the oldest rules of fashion worldwide, trends change every six months. However, the current decade has successfully created a much faster cycle, which is capable of introducing new trends every other week. Through this hectic and constant change, one trend managed to establish a true solid platform. The traditional Japanese garment, the Kimono, …
“We have established a friendship more than a business partnership, which helps us understand each other and have the same picture in mind,” says stylist
The local industry is run by women to cater for women
Global fashion legends and emerging talents to showcase their latest creations at Dubai Mall
“I am so inspired by royalties, especially the royal era in Egypt,” says Yahia
“We had to work on our first collection so I chose some Egyptian household objects and I wanted to study and modernise them,” says a student
Cairo’s first ready-t- wear event, between edge and glam
Being international gives you strength as you do not only cater for one kind of audience, says Ghaly
Fair Trade Egypt and Allaga are two organisations with one goal – empowering and highlighting local artisans.
“The Egyptian customers have been always very pro-MANGO and we do not want to disappoint them,” says founder
“I want to be the designer who is recognised not only for her talent, but also by her knowledge and expertise,” Temraz says
For the second year in a row, Egypt’s Creative Industry Summit successfully brought together the country’s most promising creative minds under one roof, the Greater Cairo Library, in an attempt to take local talents to the next level.
Egypt’s fashion population starts the summer at Cairo Fashion Festival
“While people are on their way to Fayoum, they just leave all the negative thoughts and go creative,” says Elshandaweely
Khalil’s fascination with Ashour was not interrupted by her death a couple of months ago.
Daily news Egypt met five of this year’s freshest talents; Randa Torky, Norhan El-Sakkout, Nora Radwan, Bassant Rafaat and Nour El-Sawaf, along with their instructor Waleed Khairy to discuss the industry’s flaws, challenges and future.
Fashion Zone’s Cairo Couture swept Egypt to a night full of couture glamour