Krikor Jabotian worked under Elie Saab right after he graduated from the prestigious fashion school, l’Ecole Superieure des Arts et techniques de la Modein Beirut, Lebanon.
At 23, he set up his own fashion label.
His distinct signature is textured fabrics, pronounced necklines and intricate backs. Certainly for the whimsical bride.
We’re talking about Krikor Jabotian’s stunning Fall/Winter 2014-2015 collection.
Amal (أمل means “hope” in Arabic) represents the Lebanese designer’s wish of offering something new and exciting to the world .Voluminous, frothy silhouettes have molted into cleaner lines. Colors and textures have taken a softer route — gold embroidery has made way for organic, coral-like embellishments; blush petals bloom in favor of sequins. Comparing to the previous seasons, the new collection is an evolution rather than a reinvention, and what an exquisite one it is! The effect is a tender kind of spectacular that is more intimate, hinted at by the collection note:
“The hope we secretly carry is the most sincere definition of who we are.” ~Krikor Jabotian
Fore more info on Krikor Jabotian, visit his website.
Photographer: Tarek Moukaddem | Makeup: Noor (Fady Kataya) | Hair: Mazen (Pace e Luce)