For the first time at Dubai Fashion Week, women from different walks of life joined fashion models in a bid to raise awareness for arthritis. Hosted by the Emirates Arthritis Foundation in association with British label “Handwritten”, the show featured creations by designers Tanya Sarne, Megan Park and Meeta Mulchandani.
The 90s inspired collection from Tanya Sarne of “Handwritten”, featured effortlessly dress in the form of soft flowing outfits in machine-washable organic material extracted from the barks of trees. The knee-length and maxi dresses in muted colours were lightly embroidered to provide a wardrobe for the woman who wishes to add a pinch of glamour to her daily routine.
Australian designer Megan Park, renowned for her artistic flare displayed a modern and edgy collection of sleek cuts decorated with crystals and other embellishments. Practical outfits in pastel colours were followed by glamorous club-wear dresses in dark coloured silk and tulle. The 8 outfits presented carried structured cuts, with frills and tiers dominating the creation.