UAE designer hosts fashion show in Bahrain
Manama, May 18, 2013
UAE fashion designer Nazek Al Sabbagh organized a fashion show in Bahrain following the overwhelming successes in UAE and UK for her home-grown label ‘Zari O’Breesam.’
The fashion show featured Al Sabbagh’s latest women’s collection ‘Masa Elward’. This is the fourth stop of her international roadshow which kicked off with the launch of Masa Elward collection in the UAE followed by her fashion show in London and ‘Hag Al Lailah’ local celebrations in the UAE in which she raised funds for the Dubai Women’s Association.
The founder of Zari O’Breesam continued her community support events by organizing the fashion show in Manama to raise funds to support Children & Mothers Welfare Society under the patronage and presence of Shaikha Thajba Bint Salman Al-Khalifa.
“The Bahrain fashion show was the biggest ever and we thank Shaikha Thajba Bint Salman for her support to this social event. Our plan is focused on increasing footprints and we have received positive feedback in Bahrain.” Al Sabbagh said.
“The fashion show included designs for GCC women, all designed according to UAE traditions and modernized to present a contemporary look.”
Zari O’Breesam combines two Arabic words: ‘Zari’ which is golden or silver even threads and ‘Breesam’, silk threads with bright colors. The brand has good knowledge of the local culture and traditions and all designs are blend of heritage and modernism.
According to her, Zari O’Breesam has spread widely all over the Gulf in record time, as filled a gap in the local fashion industry by providing the right attire for women looking for beautiful dresses to fit different occasions.
Al Sabbagh is a much sought after designer among GCC women, and there is a high demand to book her latest collections, many of which are sold through online orders through the Zari O’Breesam online store.-TradeArabia News Service
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