CHARLES & KEITH is honoured to have created a special capsule collection in collaboration with fashion designer Rami Al Ali. Glamorous and romantic, this collection â€“ featuring exquisite embroidery â€“ encapsulates the refined eleganceÂ that is a signature of Al Aliâ€™s brand.
Al Ali is known for his sophisticated aesthetic, beautiful red carpet gowns and use of unconventional materials, such as sequins made of laser-cut organza. His stunning creations are coveted by celebrities and socialites all over the world. He graduated from the College of Fine Arts in Damascus, Syria in 1995 and created his eponymous label in 2000. Having found success in Europe after showing a couture collection in Rome, he debuted at Parisâ€™ Couture Fashion Week in 2012.
For this collection, Al Ali was inspired by the Spring 2019 season and its key elements. Embellished with shiny pearls and sparkling crystals, this exclusive range of shoes and clutches perfectly reflects the unique DNA of his brand.
The RAMI AL ALI X CHARLES & KEITH COLLECTION consists of five designs â€“ three pairs of shoes and two clutches â€“ that feature neutral, bold and metallic hues. This classically feminine range would make a quiet statement on occasions when you need to look your best. The slingback stiletto sandals, ankle strap platform heels and kitten heel mules are all adorned with chic asymmetrical bows â€“ a lady-like yet quirky embellishment. This eye-catching bow is also found on a compact boxy clutch. A classic trapezium clutch with a bejewelled push lock wraps up the collection.
In addition to the main capsule collection, the collaboration introduces a special limited edition designs that consist of the boxy clutch and slingback stiletto sandals in dark grey and burgundy, featuring hand-embroidered bows. Only 25 pieces of each design in this line-up is available at the CHARLES & KEITH store in Dubai Mall.
The RAMI AL ALI X CHARLES & KEITH COLLECTION Â will be launched exclusively in selected stores in the UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar in April 2019.