Talented Egyptian designer, Amira Quzamel presented an Ancient Egyptian-themed collection, as the Pharaohs Golden Parade, which drew the world’s attention last April, dazzled many designers into creating collections inspired by our ancestors and their lives that are engraved in the temples.
The designer presented a range of designs that are suitable for different times in the evening, including for cocktail and evening parties.
The collection featured dresses and blazers, all of which are designs that suit confident woman who is proud of herself and her ancient ancestors.
* Design Concept
The designer created embroidery designs with a pharaonic touch, which she presented in a modern way and without relying on the pharaonic style.
Quzamel relied on basic colors such as black, white, gray, and brown for the collection. She also mixed non-standard fabrics with stitched textiles to give the design distinction.
The embroideries in the pharaonic designs that are depicted on the walls of the temples inclined the designer to focus on handmade embroidery, which she presented in the shades of golden, copper, silver, red, and blue.
The designer presented her new collection in a photo session held in one of the palaces of the Dahab Island, a Nile island located in the metropolitan region of Cairo, as she was keen to feature the collection in a place similar to the pharaonic temples.
She featured the collection on two models who had the tan faces that the ancient ancestors were characterized by to emphasize the pharaonic character.
Contributed by Yara Sameh