Arab Fashion Week will be held at unusual place in Dubai


    Dubai is constantly developing in many spheres. And the time of fashion and design has come too, as this city became the epicenter of all the best and creative in the region.

    Today, Dubai is one of the largest and most promising cities in the global shopping industry, and recent trends and development rates suggest that Dubai may soon become a leader in this area. Therefore, the decision taken by the authorities of the emirate to hold the Arab Fashion Week is promising and well-founded.

    For the organizers, it was important that the Arab Fashion Week became one of the main events of this kind at the international level. And they managed to achieve this goal.

    The Arab Fashion Week every time amazes with its something unusual and surprising.

    The sixth “Arab Fashion Week” will be “the world’s first fashion show on the water,” according to the organizers of the event. Arab Fashion Week will be held from 9 to 12 May on board of the chic liner Queen Elizabeth 2, which was transformed into a hotel in Dubai.

    Within the framework of the four-day event, 18 designers from 13 countries will be represented.

    Arab Fashion Council, which had the successful first week of fashion in Saudi Arabia last month, also announced a partnership with Dubai MBM Holding. It is aimed at creating a fashionable and retail ecosystem to attract investment in the country, as well as expanding the concept of “Made in the UAE.”

    For the first time Fashion Week – Arab Fashion Week was held in Dubai in 2015.

    The venue was One & Only Royal Mirage Hotel, and the title sponsor was the Middle East division of the Chinese IT corporation Huawei Arabia. Among the participants of the Fashion Week in Dubai were famous designers from Morocco, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Lebanon and other countries, a total of 22 states.

    Then, the Arab Fashion Week in Dubai has become an annual bright event that attracts the attention of many people from all over the world.