The 2021 edition of Arab Fashion Week has been postponed from until March 28 – April 1, following the passing of Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, the UAE’s Minister of Finance and Deputy Ruler of Dubai, who died on March 24, it’s been announced. The event was initially set to kick off today and run until March 28.
The Arab Fashion Week Fall 2022 shows will be presented digitally by Microsoft and streamed via Facebook.
The event will feature design talent from across the Middle East, Asia, Europe and the US.
Designers set to virtually showcase their new collections include Dubai – based Filipino countries Amato and Michael Cinco, Lebanese – Brazilian due AAVVA, Jordanian Designer Zaid Farouki and Italian couturier Antonio Grimalid, who is set to make his Arab Fashion Week debut.