Georges Hobeika, presented the spring-summer 2019 collection at the Palais de Chaillot in Paris. In this collection the Lebanese designer is inspired by the 18th century French culture and style of that era, mainly Marie Antoinette.

The opening look was followed by opulent dresses, sequined combinations and tight-fitting evening wear with embroidered botanical designs, royal silhouettes and intricate jewel and feather details.
Fabrics such as silk, duchess satin and muslin in a harmonious palette of pink, mint, mandarin, champagne and black, with essentially tonal arabesques or floral embroidery.
A gorgeous, crystal-filled wedding dress accentuated by a dazzling veil that hung on the floor, ethereally floating on the runway.

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