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Dibaj & Toujouri to display at Muscat Fashion Week
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Jan '13
Highlighting a range of exclusive creations by twelve designers from Oman, Tunisia, UAE, Morocco, Jordan, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, the Omani fashion extravaganza Muscat Fashion Week will kick-off on January 15, 2013, before an impressive guest list comprised of royals, high net-worth clients, buyers and international media. 
 
Each day of the three-day-long event, which is scheduled to run till January  17, 2013, will present a range of eclectic clothing collections by four designers.
 
Known for modernizing traditional ensembles, the Muscat-based womenswear label Dibaj, owned and operated by designer sisters Afaf and Aida al Farsi, will feature an array of brightly coloured ensembles accentuated with European cuts and styles at the fashion soiree.
 
Qatari label Toujouri, spearheaded by El Moatassem, will showcase its latest collection infused with western and Middle Eastern influences. The brand is famous for creating pieces with a fusion of vintage textiles, brocade and intricate handiwork.
 
Rafia Helal Bin Drai, UAE’s founder of Mauzan, will also feature her new collection at the event. The popular label, operates with 300 seamstresses, is known for its intricately embellished creations on hand-finished, fluid fabrics like lace, silk and chiffon.
 
Organized by Muscat Municipality, Muscat Fashion Week was first launched in the year 2011.
 

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