An Egyptian fashion designer Ola Azzam presented her latest designs for the Fall/Winter 2019-2020 season.
The collection is characterized by elegance and sophistication that can be worn in the afternoon and in the evening.
Fashion designer Ola Azzam relied in her collection on leather, lace, satin and sheer fabrics that showed the colors below it such as “fishnet”, and “silk”, which is suitable for the transitional seasons such as the summer and autumn, in which she presented for a top, silver skirt with black fishnet above it.
The tassels, whether crafted, beaded or metal, which presents beauty and elegance, is a feature of this year’s fashion trends.
The dominant fashion trend of the season is the two-piece, as it gives the body a sweet look and a more agile feel.
*The Dress is the perfect choice
In her collection, Azzam presented the dress and skirt, showing that the dress outshone the pants this season.
Finally, the dress and skirt have returned to its rightful place, with new designs that give the women a lot of femininity and romance, after years of pants dominating the scene with its various types such as the skinny, loose, short, long, classic, and ripped.
*Beauty in details
The sides of the skirt or dress are characterized by the lack of a specific shape, as they are different in length and semi-raised from one side.
The most known in this season, is the “circle” and the “double circle”, as it gives the feeling of flow and a sense of beauty.
Jumpsuit competes with the dress and skirt in popularly. It is still a fashion trend that has a very specific characteristic, as it is not suitable for skinny or slender women.
*Winter and its colors
According to Ola, the colors to go for this winter are Fuchsia, all shades of red, orange, green grades, beige, in addition to the basic colors such as beige, body rose, black, meaning that the colors of this winter is bright and colorful to give the winter nights luster and life.
*passion of bags
Ola Azzam has a passion for bags and loves difference and uniqueness. She was one of the first Egyptian designers to introduce the clatch, which is a bag that does not have a string.
She is very proud of her nationality and wished to add this love in the form of Arabic calligraphy names, quotations, song titles by Umm Kulthum.
The designer sews the bag after she writes the quotations with her hand and embroidery it with colored beads that match the bag, which is made of cloth, natural or faux leather, or transparent plastic.
She emphasizes that the backpack is also fashionable and fits practical characters.
Contributed by Yara Sameh