On September 5, the Ukrainian fashion designer of Lebanese origin, Elie Rokos, presented his new women’s collection, Li Beirut, dedicated to Lebanon and Beirut.
The fashion show was presented under the auspices of the Lebanese Embassy in Ukraine, and the “Rocos” brand pledged to collect a percentage of its profits by donating and supporting the Children’s Cancer Center in Lebanon.
The “Le Beirut” collection stands for visual elegance, timeless, sensual and sophisticated. Each dress is unique, both in terms of fabric and design. For this collection, Eli used algebra, silk, cotton, crepe, atlas and other fabrics.
Elle consciously designed the dresses in a European context inspired by glamor and elegance, and the collection includes a mix of the new trend of capes, long sleeves, open back, coat dress and long train dresses.
He used ghaibir, silk, cotton, crepe, and atlas, in addition to other fabrics. The dresses are also designed in a European context. Inspired by glamor and elegance, the collection includes a mix of new fashions for the “cape” robe, long sleeves, open back, coat-style dresses, and long dresses with a tail, ending in a white wedding dress in satin fabric and organza. Whereas, dresses with a classic collar design featured a narrow corset, mostly hugging the body at the waist, and straight cuts. The designer chose black and white for his collection with a bright blue cocktail dress. All dresses were designed in a Kiev fashion workshop that continues to operate with utmost luxury and attention to detail as per the requirements of Lebanese Elie Rocos.
These designs are designed for the self-aware woman, who is not afraid to go out with style, to make a bold statement and attract attention magnetically.
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