In a week when fashion show host Paris Fashion Week was cancelled due to the Paris attacks, paris-based fashion designer Paris fashion designer Mariah Marah has announced she will be hosting a fashion show that is not related to the terror attacks.
“The new show will be more about the Paris fashion scene,” Marah told The Associated Press on Thursday.
I am very proud of my culture and I hope that my show will show my culture.” “
And I am so honoured to be part of the first fashion show with a Muslim couture designer.
I am very proud of my culture and I hope that my show will show my culture.”
The show will feature fashion and couture designers from around the world who are working with Paris-born Marah, who has been making fashion since 2010.
Marah is known for her innovative designs and unique style.
She recently released a collection called the Mascot Collection, which has a large variety of clothes that are inspired by the iconic French couture label.
It includes a collection of pants and dresses inspired by Mariah’s own designs.
She also has a collection for men and a collection inspired by men’s fashion from the late 1960s and early 1970s.
“For me, the Muslim community is very important to me,” Mariah said in a video statement.
“It’s a place of so much love and understanding and love for the world.”
Her show will take place on March 29 at the Parc de la Concorde, a luxury Parisian mall, according to the statement.
Mariah has been in Paris since 2010, and in 2014, she hosted the opening night of the Fashion Week in Paris.
She has previously hosted a fashion week for the Arab-American community, the first Muslim couturier to host a fashion showcase in France.
In 2016, she founded the Moroccan fashion label L’Artisans du Monde, and this year she opened the second installment of her show in the country.
The show is being held at the same time as the Paris terror attacks, which are still unsolved.