5 Arab Designers Who Rocked the Emmys 2015 Red Carpet

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Every year, Fashion Houses worldwide compete to get their designs on the Red Carpet. Emmys, Oscars and Grammys are among the most-coveted real Fashion shows where A-list celebrities get to display some of the chicest ensembles and gowns in a PR parade that seems fair and square. With stars getting pampered with exclusive access to intricately made couture, stylists who work relentlessly to deliver flawless looks, and makeup artists and hairstylists putting their final touches, designers’ work gets a much better focus than a mainstream event in any Fashion Week.

Arab designers are among the chosen few who usually turn heads and get acclaim for their Red Carpet stunts. This year, at the Emmys 2015, we have spotted five looks signed by five Arab designers that we thought you should see.

Krikor Jabotian on Regina King

Krikor Jabotian on Regina King

Krikor Jabotian on Regina King

Regina King marked Krikor Jabotian’s first Emmys look ever. Luckily, it worked for him. Not only did King win an Emmy, but her look made it to many Best-Dressed lists in some of the most reputable Fashion magazines worldwide.

You can read our previous interview with Krikor Jabotian here.

Georges Chakra on Julie Bowen

Georges Chakra on Julie Bowen

Georges Chakra on Julie Bowen

Known for his futuristic designs and daring cuts, Georges Chakra revamped the “Black Dress” concept with his sleek black gown spotted on Julie Bowen.

Zuhair Murad on Lena Headey

Zuhair Murad on Lena Headey

Zuhair Murad on Lena Headey

Zuhair Murad has become synonymous with Red Carpets. You cannot think of a festival or a mega event without a Murad stunning look. A ball-gown with a plunging neckline spotted on Lena Headey was definitely a winner.

Reem Acra on Morena Baccarin

Reem Acra on Morena Baccarin

Reem Acra on Morena Baccarin

Reem Acra’s gown on Morena Baccarin did not give her much credit. However, we can still admire the simplicity of the gown. Maybe if Baccarin had chosen a much playful hairdo or jewelry, Acra’s fingerprint would have shined even more.

Bouchra Jarrar on Tatiana Maslany

Bouchra Jarrar on Tatiana Maslany

Bouchra Jarrar on Tatiana Maslany

Bouchra Jarrar is one of those designers who create their own flow; her approach to couture is unconventional in the truest sense with blazers and tuxedos perfectly tailored to suit some of the world’s most beautiful women. One of her minimal suits gave Canadian actress Tatiana Maslany a poised and modern aura.

 

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Noha Rahhal

Noha is the Founder & Editor in Chief of Sans Retouches. Apart from her obsession with glossy stuff, Noha is a hardcore bookworm and a music addict. If you happen to spot her in any of Alexandria’s hot spots, you’d find her either pouring her thoughts on a chic notebook, picking a political argument with some fellas or even enjoying an exotic meal to keep her full for days.

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