READY TO WEAR 2019 خريف وشتاء


The Autumn/Winter 2019 collection of Amal Al Rais is the definition of opulence fused with delicate designs that epitomizes feminine elegance.

Unique to Omani homes, Amal translates the serenity of this form of art into her collection. The structure and tiers formed by stacking of porcelain has been transformed into a collection where traditional kaftans are redesigned with ruffles and tiered layers. Along with delicate embroidery around the neckline and sleeves which highlight the intricate details that are used to decorate these porcelain pieces.

Alexander McQueen READY TO WEAR Fall 2019

For her exquisite collection for Alexander McQueen, Sarah Burton took inspiration from the mill towns of northern England.

Anteprima READY TO WEAR Fall 2019

Creative director Izumi Ogino channeled soft power into this commercial daywear collection, with its corset belts, fluttery organza sleeves and hybrid outerwear done in a mix of woven fabric and knitwear.Structure and soft edges complemented each other in the form of long, flowing coats in check fabric, cassock styles and even long dresses that were cinched at the waist with thick belts or corsets. She slipped fluttery, printed organza tops under woolen sleeveless dresses or vests, paired them with pencil or pleated skirts or others done in quilted fabric.


Surpassing the norm of following seasonal trends, Bthaina introduces a collection dedicated to occasion wear that can be worn anytime of the year. Inspired by Oman, this collection embraces Omani colors, patterns and traditions from a modern and contemporary angle.

Carolina Herrera READY TO WEAR FALL 2019

Wes Gordon's "minimalist maximalism" approach stayed true to Herrera's ethos with clothes that looked polished but had a more relaxed feel.Wes Gordon’s loving a very specific kind of contrast. “It’s the idea of grand gestures and dramatic silhouettes, but in a way that’s not overdone or overdesigned,” he said during a preview. “I call it minimalist maximalism.”


For Autumn/Winter 2019, Serrb evokes empowered femininity through clean outlines, minimal details and refined tailoring. Inspired by today’s working woman, Serrb interprets classic work wear with rich fabrics and modest silhouettes, emphasizing modern power dressing.