There must be something in the Lebanese culture that raises such a strong aesthetic appreciation we can spot in both Zuhair Murad’s and Elie Saab’s works. To be honest, it was some kind of deja vu that hit me, when I saw Murad’s collection. Those floor-length gowns embroidered and embellished; models’ hair twisted in buns; and a bride closing the show – I have already seen it somewhere. But there is a difference, pretty obvious to anyone’s eye. Zuhair Murad offers a bolder style, elegant yet edgy. Hairstyle is not that sleek, eyes are heavily lined, and it is not all about classic gowns. Sheer panels, cut-outs, and thigh-high slits add some alternative zest to the whole collection.
A beautiful strapless mermaid gown in silver attracts attention of thousands of people. I would totally opt for this dress, if I had to attend a fashionable party. For one reason, I love bustier dresses the most. Another thing that I adore about this awesome piece of clothing is its intricate design as well as the color choice.