Lebanese designer Paula K's collection followed the concept of ‘Metamorphose’, a style that infuses elements of multi-functionality into every outfit.
With black dominating the collection, the outfits were presented to mood-inducing music. Kicking off with jersey gowns in Grecian styles, models danced barefoot on the ramp, twirling in tune to the music to enhance the outfits. The soulful collection saw earth tones on brown and black being draped in graceful styles. An outfit saw a conventional white shirt knotted at the waist with a sheer black lace back paired with black trousers. Models walked on to the ramp from amongst the audience, keeping crowds constantly on their toes.
The collection – fluid and natural - takes a woman from a casual look to eveningwear by simply altering the draping styles.
The creations mirrored the multi-faceted personality of the modern day woman, using kitschy capes and jackets made from various uneven fabric pieces.
Influenced by Lebanon’s heritage and mythology, the models were adorned with copper headpieces and waistbands, keeping with the ethereal feel of the collection.
Photo Cortesy: Dubai Fashion Week