Fashion Ziad Nakad Panthéon Couture Spring Summer 2024

Photographer Quentin de Ladelune

Paris has always been an inexhaustible source of inspiration for artists.
Ziad Nakad is no exception, and for his big return to the French capital, he has decided to revisit Parisian architecture, and in particular that of a monument unique in the world, the Pantheon.

The collection is made up of majestic dresses and elegant and modern suits in colours ranging from chic white to pastel orange, with black contrasting the delicacy of these shades.

The pieces are architectural, with marked waistlines and fitted shoulders softened by voluminous or ultra-long sleeves. Finally, the architectural aspect is accentuated by the embroidery work, handmade in the designer’s workshops in Beirut.
The geometric designs combined with the mosaic-like embroidery echoed the distinctive architecture of the Pantheon, while the silhouettes were rounded and voluminous, thanks to the use of tulle and silk.

For his return to the catwalk, Ziad Nakad offers a collection that is both grandiose and intimate, and successfully demonstrates his attachment to his two beloved cities of Paris and Beirut.

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