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Hany El-Beheiry: Mai Omar Diamond Dress Belongs to Jewellery Co. [Video]

Thu 26 Dec 2019 | 12:35 AM
Taarek Refaat

International fashion designer Hany El-Beheiry said in exclusive interview to Sada El-Balad English (See) that a  jewellery company removed the diamonds from actress Mai Omar's dress after the show, adding that the diamonds on the bridal dress does not belong to him.

This came during El-Beheiry's 100th fashion show, where he presented a wedding dress set with diamonds, valued at $ 15 million, in cooperation with a company specialized in the field of jewellery.

The dress was characterized by a wide tail embroidered with diamonds and a short front skirt.

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He pointed out that he held fashion shows in all capitals of the world, including Beirut, Paris, London, Vienna and Rome, in addition to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Spain and Greece, explaining that he has been throwing these shows for nearly 20 years.

He added that he supports the Egyptian industry by raising the slogan "Made in Egypt" and "I wear Egyptian clothing and I am proud".

He stressed that some countries depend on the fashion industry as a source of national income, hoping that this industry will add to the Egyptian economy.

El-Beheiry noted that he will participate in the Paris Fashion Week later this month.

It is noteworthy that actress and the first Egyptian fashion model, Ragaa El-Geddawy, participated in the show, contributing 7 evening dresses for women over 40 years of age.

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The show was attended by a big number of celebrities including, Lebleba, Raghda, Dalia Al-Behairi, Maged Al-Masry, Hassan Al-Raddad, Latifa, Ahmed Zahir, Hany Shaker, and Mohamed Tharwat. Wafaa Amer.

It is noteworthy that this is not the first time that El-Beheiry presents a dress that the fashion experts describe as the most expensive. Last year, he presented a wedding dress by the Lebanese artist Nicole Saba, which was then valued at more than 200 million Egyptian pounds.