Designers

Moe Shour

Prestige issue 269-270, Dec. 2015-Jan. 2016
Marked by the simplicity of life in Nigeria during his childhood and the British variety and complexity later, the designer Moe Shour combines these concepts in his creations and tells Prestige his history with fashion, his eponymous label, his new collection and projects.

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Christina Debs

Your creations are distinguished from other jewelers creations in the Lebanese market. What is your inspiration? The inspiration for my collections comes from studies on how women adorned themselves since the beginning of the millennium. Because of my background, I’m inspired by the history of the Phoenician civilization.

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Nathalie Khoury

Prestige issue 268, November 2015
Why did you choose jewelry accessories? I have always been fascinated by the world of jewelry, since my childhood. This passion grew with me, has matured and took shape in 2013 with the creation of Prana brand. My vision is oriented towards

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Pamela Jabbour

Prestige issue 268, November 2015
Why did you choose children’s shoes? Being the mother of a little girl, I had trouble finding nice shoes for children both funky and comfortable. So I decided to get into this field

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Stephane Rolland

Prestige issue 268, November 2015
Present in Beirut to present a unique fashion show, for the 50th anniversary of Louise Wegmann College, Stephane Rolland, architect of Haute Couture, is a creator with solid bases, as art, architecture and graphics,

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