Zuhair Murad Designer information

The glitz and glamour of the East meets Haute Couture...these are Zuhair Murad designs

Zuhair Murad

Zuhair Murad is a Lebanese fashion designer, whose designs is exemplifies of Middle Eastern Fashion allure.

Early Life

• Zuhair Murad was born in 1971 in Beirut, Lebanon.
• He showed his love for fashion at a young age, having already sketched dresses by the mere age of 10.
• At the age of 15, he officially decided that he would go into the fashion and design industry.
• After his schooling, Zuhair decided to move out of Beirut to Paris, France.
• This is where he started to pursue his dream and obtained his degree in fashion.

 

Career

• During 1997, Zuhair Murad opened his first store in Beirut, the store at this time only catering to private clientele.
• In 1999, Zuhair made his runway appearance at the Alta Roma Fashion Week, in Rome.
• This collection lead to his participation in the Italian calendar.
• By 1995, Zuhair had opened his third store in Beirut.
• In 2001, he presented his collection for the first at the Haute Couture Week in Paris.
• Then Zuhair launched his Ready-to-Wear collection in 2005, this was a more simplistic but still had the glamour aspect.
• In 2007, Murad inaugurated his Parisian called “Maison de Couture“, in the heart of the Triangle d’Or on Francois 1st street.
• In 2012, the Zuhair Murad fashion house relocated to new eleven-story building in Gemayze.

Trademark

Zuhair Murad is known his exquisite Middle East inspired designs, his dresses to be specific. His designs are all about the glamour, embellishments and glitziness of the East, and turning that into high fashion. He designs has been known to be the epitome of breathtaking.

Present Day

• Today his widespread lines include his Haute Couture, Ready-to-Wear, accessories and eyewear.
• There are over 179 Zuhair Murad stores worldwide.
Zuhair Murad has hinted that he plans to expand his brand and we certainly can’t wait to see what this talented designer has in store for us.

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