Myriam Fares wearing Lebanese designers for her shows

Supporting Arab talents
By Helena Saadeh
February 01, 2019

People don't attribute to Myriam Fares the  phrase "Queen of the Stage" for no reason. Throughout the end of the week, the Lebanese songstress had a fantasy commendable fashion moment while performing at a private wedding function. For the event, she picked a sentimental, frilly pink Elie Saab dress that fits perfectly for Valentine's Day, which she adorned with a flower headpiece. The “Goumi” vocalist hoisted the unsettled dress with a lot of amazing precious stone gems from Saudi Arabian extravagance gem dealer L'azurde.

Who can overlook the strappy, flower decorated dress she wore amid a show on New Year’s in Jordan? Regardless of whether its Nicolas Jebran or Heba Alqurashi, the hotshot vocalist will infrequently be seen brandishing a plan by a non-regional fashioner amid one of her show-ceasing exhibitions. Her longstanding association with Rami Kadi (the companions met in 2012) has brought about an unparalleled lineup of head-turning manifestations thought up by the Lebanese couturier for the artist.