Monet’s Midnight Stroll

For Fall-Winter 2014/15, Georges Hobeika, inspired by the timeless work of Claude Monet, paints a woman of grace from the fantasy of dreams.

The main gal
The main gal

Ever since he first showcased a collection in the fall of 2010 in my hometown, I’ve been an ardent lover of his work. I believe he truly knows how to capture a woman’s shape and curves, and design evening gowns and dresses that highlight as well as accentuate their beauty in an elegant way. I’ve also come to notice that unlike mos designers whose work is far too extraordinary and extravagant for anything but the catwalk, Hobeika’s designs are classy, chic and simple.

Red haute
Red haute

I’m crazy over the colour palette for this year’s fall/winter collection. It’s far from being ideal for the season and as always the stunning detail in every design blows my mind. I have a fascination with designers whose work involves a great deal of detail. Georges Hobeika is one of them and I think he does it exceptionally well for a man.

A little bit of this and that
A little bit of this and that
Midnight blues
Midnight blues

Even though he’s apparently a late bloomer when it comes to being a fashion designer, he has the ability and creativity to capture a woman’s beauty and balance it perfectly with grace.

Georges Hobeika
Georges Hobeika
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