Fall/Winter 2011 Ready-to-Wear
  She embraced a new scenario this winter: paying tribute to Egyptian movie stars of the 40s & 50s while extending charm and glamour to the women of today.

The head lines of her collection this season: pure flowing lines embracing the female figure praising its extremely sophisticated femininity; short coat for a perfect figure, blouses with blurring transparency, tops mixing sensuality with delicacy, draped and pleated caressing your move A design stressing on figure here, another with bare shoulders there or a third with incrusted fake jewelry collar, all embellishing the woman figure and style and giving that flair of haute couture

With excellent arrangements and most precious materials, the designs take another luxurious turn, more authentic and more confident values and trends, we have the diva velvet, the radiant silk satin, the ethereal crepe and muslin, the voluptuous cashmere, the strong tweeds, and those flairs of smock that add elegance and stylishness engaging the body in a harmonious dialogue granting it a rhythm that is most elegant and merry Now comes the turn of those movie star muses low-key designs, where shades of black, white, silver and sepia take the lead using guipure, embroidery, encrusted sequins, pearls, jet crystals in addition to the smallest details of which is known the traditional talli, all shining under sunlight idealizing the feminine figure with light luxury and precious incrustations giving the outfit that distinguishing star appeal halo capturing the eye everywhere