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5 Arab Designers That We’re Hoping To See On The Red Carpet This Award Season

Awards season is never too far away and 2023’s calendar is jam packed with important red carpet events, starting with the Golden Globes this month, the Grammys, BAFTAs and SAG awards in February, Academy Awards in March – the list is endless and of course, one of our favorite parts of these illustrious events is the red carpet glam.

Arab designers including Zuhair Murad, Elie Saab, and Georges Hobeika have been celebrity favorites at awards seasons, but 2023 might be the year to shake things up a little and opt for some emerging Arab talent when it comes to a memorable look for the next red carpet.

Here are some of the chicest Arab designers we’re hoping to see adorned by our favorite celebrities on the red carpet this awards season…

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Serrb’s highly stylish offering consists of an array of abayas, kaftans, capes and dresses. Together, the founders have launched a contemporary label that reenergizes modest styles. Serrb focuses on its selection of exceptional and exquisite fabrics that take form in signature minimalist silhouettes that reflect the longevity of the pieces. Embracing the elegance and power of every woman, Serrb evokes minimalist sophistication that transcends seasons.

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Noor Al Bahrani

Launched in 2020, womenswear label Noor Al Bahrani fuses graceful femininity with delicate embellishments, evoking a vision of ethereal elegance. Sophisticated and enchanting, the collections feature fluid silhouettes, feminine color palettes and impeccable craftsmanship. Inspired by nature and timeless storytelling, Noor creates styles that are a reflection of her personal style and unwavering vision.

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Founded by Arwa AlKadi in Saudi Arabia, womenswear label AMARAH was launched in 2019 as a canvas of new age romance portrayed through a contemporary lens.

The label is a fusion of the designer’s passion and creativity building a brand that evokes effortless elegance with a modern aesthetic. A mix of contrasts that seamlessly bridge together, the label presents an understated aesthetic through elevated silhouettes, luxurious fabrics and refined details. Handpicked to showcase at ‘Saudi 100 Brands’, AMARAH is an eclectic reflection of honoring roots blended with a fresh perspective.

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Frou Frou

Born in 2001, Frou Frou is one of the longest standing and illustrious Emirati fashion brands today. Founded by three sisters it had beginnings as the first silk scarf store in Dubai, which grew into producing silk and taffeta abayas, which became hugely popular with the local community. In 2018, almost 20 years later the founders of Frou Frou decided to pass the family business onto their daughters who have taken the brand to the next level, combining traditional designs with a modern aesthetic to appeal to the next generation. Drawing inspiration from nature and architecture Frou Frou’s designs combine classic silhouettes with a feminine yet modern touch.

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Emirati mother and daughter Mahin Al M. and Fatma Taher combined their passions for style and fashion and launched their very own label: Maureen. The brand has a strong focus on creating timeless pieces that transcend seasons, eras, culture, and more whilst remaining versatile and modern. Maureen seamlessly blends structure against fluidity and traditional against modern, to create unique looks that are worthy of the red carpet.

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