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When working on my fashion week wardrobe, my first intuition is: Lebanese and regional designers. To be able to impress the rest of the world, I believe that we must stay true to our roots. Fashion is a way of expressing yourself, beyond and regardless of any boundaries whatsoever. Today, we live in a world...

When working on my fashion week wardrobe, my first intuition is: Lebanese and regional designers. To be able to impress the rest of the world, I believe that we must stay true to our roots. Fashion is a way of expressing yourself, beyond and regardless of any boundaries whatsoever. Today, we live in a world where, with the rise of digital media, fashion is more global than ever. So, why not making the most of the actual fashion scene and use our power as bloggers to help our region’s designers go global. Not that these labels need us, it’s more like a 50/50 kind of relationship. It’s beautiful when emerging designers and bloggers come together to create stunning looks and hence a buzz on social media.

I loved wearing this very elegant Sara Melki shorts overall, it has a very elegant peplum and I loved the use of tweed and silver metallic thread. Matched with a custom-made clutch with “Beirut” written on it in Arabic and shiny sandals, it was a great combination to survive the heat of Paris Couture week.

I am wearing: ‘Sara Melki’ SS15 jumpsuit, Prada heels, ‘Les Bois De Perles’ clutch, ‘Dior’ tribal earrings, ‘Vanina’ bracelet, ‘Linda Farrow’ sunglasses.

Location: Place Francois 1er, Paris, France.

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Fashionably yours,

Lana xx

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