April, 2024

Renowned Arab designer Fadwa Baruni launches Kaftan Ramadan 2014 collection

DUBAI- Fadwa Baruni, the renowned Arab designer, has launched her ‘Kaftan Ramadan 2014 Collection’ offering a wide selection for women during the holy month.

2The new collection was unveiled at a fashion show held under the umbrella of ‘Baruni’ brand, on the back of overwhelming response generated locally and regionally.

The new creations combine comfort with elegance and feature Kaftans in shades of green, royal blue, fuchsia, gold, purple, lilac and black.

Fadwa Baruni says the combination of striking colors decorating the transparent silk shawls present unique outfits for women in the UAE and the Gulf.

“We have paid elaborate attention to each piece to ensure its designs give a unique and outstanding identity to ladies wearing it,” Baruni said.

“The collection includes dresses for outdoor occasions, keeping the summer season in mind, in response to the strong demand from UAE and Saudi Arabia in particular. These outfits are made in conformity to local traditions, while retaining all elements of attractiveness and comfort. We also offer skirts with unique designs to ensure that we meet all tastes.”

1The new collection is available around the GCC, including the UAE. According to the creative designer, the designs were inspired by the results of surveys and feedback from loyal customers.

Practical outfits are also part of Kaftan Ramadan 2014 collection, such as long tops with fancy designs.

Fadwa Baruni, a Libyan designer, draws inspiration from the North African heritage which is reflected in her choice of colors from the Mediterranean arena. Her designs are characterised by clear-cut, clean lines and fine tailoring, making them an ideal choice for women in the region.

The vibrant designs of the Baruni brand reflect the tastes of modern women, suitable for all occasions and events, whether at home, with family or at work, or for just hanging out with friends.

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