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Jessica Kahawaty Teams Up With Versace For Eid Al-Fitr

Renowned Australian Lebanese model Jessica Kahawaty has joined forces with the prestigious Italian fashion label Versace to offer her followers inspiration for their Eid Al-Fitr wardrobe. Taking to Instagram, the humanitarian, entrepreneur and actress shared her excitement at working with the fashion powerhouse, “I’m finally a Versace girl!” Kahawaty expressed admiration for the brand’s steadfast commitment to its Italian values and its refusal to conform to fleeting fashion trends.

With a following of over 1.3 million on Instagram, Kahawaty displayed her sartorial flair by showcasing two stunning ensembles from Versace’s latest collection. The first featured a vibrant yellow and gold jumpsuit, which she paired with a matching scarf adorned with the iconic Barocco print. For her second look, Kahawaty donned a stunning figure-hugging pink mermaid style dress, finished off with a matching cape that delicately wrapped around her neck. Both outfits were accessorized with chunky gold chains and elegant pointy-toed heels.

Kahawaty is no stranger to partnering with esteemed luxury brands such as Tod’s, Prada, Chloe and Boucheron, amongst others. In February, she collaborated with renowned Italian label Gucci and expressed her gratitude for being part of their creative and adventurous campaign. Kahawaty also starred in German fashion label Hugo Boss’s Spring/Summer 2023 digital campaign, which featured A-list celebrities such as Gigi Hadid, Paris Hilton, Naomi Campbell, Bella Throne, Demi Lovato and Maluma.

Despite her busy modeling schedule, the model never fails to dedicate time to charitable causes. Most recently, she supported individuals in Sudan, as well as those affected by the devastating earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria in February.

It is clear that Kahawaty is a woman of many talents who, through her collaborations and philanthropic work, has cemented her status as a role model for many young women. 

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