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    Ripple effect: On trend looks styled for Dubai

    When what you wear is all about making waves and riding the crest of fashion’s hottest houses

    Photography: Amer Mohamad
    Styling: Daniel Negron
    Hair and Make-up: Lina Dahlbäck
    Stylist Assistant: Ale Platz
    Model: Aditsa Berzenia
    Location: One and Only Za’abeel

    Slice through the sartorial noise with an outfit that packs a punch via colour, cut and curves. Total look by Ferragamo.
    Get a feel for things with textural designs that beckon to be touched and equally attractive accessories that demand attention. Dress, sunglasses and necklace
    by Chanel.
    An outfit is made interesting through colour, shape or texture. And when a designer is really in the zone, you get to enjoy all three in a single ensemble. Dress by Bottega Veneta.
    When opposites attract, the dissonant beauty can often be unmatched. A dance between the masculine and feminine is always a sure-fire way to stand out from
    the crowd. Ensemble by Miu Miu.

    Give a classic silhouette and colour combo a modern twist, and you can count on heads turning in your direction. Tuxedo and bib-front shirt by Dolce & Gabbana.
    Take monochrome dressing to the next level by matching the hue of your hair with your outfit. Now this is a masterclass in style. Total look by Hermès.
    Sometimes, creating an unforgettable outfit boils down to some avant-garde embellishments. Case in point: A classic skirt held to the body with a needle punched through the waistline. Ensemble by Loewe.
    An unexpected colour and an unusual choice of fabric for a wardrobe staple is sometimes all you need to cause people to do a double take when you
    walk into a room. Suit by Jacquemus.

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