Fashion show at Mall of Qatar attracting large crowds
March 23 2018 10:35 PM
Fashion show
Child models taking part in the fashion show. PICTURES: Jayan Orma

Mall of Qatar's (MoQ) first-ever Spring/Summer Fashion Festival continued to attract a large crowd on the second day on Friday when international models displayed specially designed garments. 
The event was an occasion to showcase the collections of the renowned fashion brand, Vero Moda. About 10 models showed off the collections.
Speaking to Gulf Times, MoQ's public relations and events manager, Patrick Hage-Chahine said, “It is the second day of the Spring-Summer fashion festival at Mall of Qatar and lot of people have come to watch the event. We have three shows daily and it is encouraging to see large number of people attending the event. The retailers in the mall as well as international designers are taking part in the programme.”
‘In addition to the fashion show, we have free make up tutorials and free professional pictures in all parts of the mall. It was started yesterday and it is a ten-day event that will last up to March 31. We also have seminars on makeup and photography during the programme. We do have so many other events too,” added Hage-Chahine.




Models display the collections at the fashion show. 

The show features men's, women's and children's collections from “some of the visitors’ favourite brands at MoQ and international designers” such as Qlabel of Qatar; Ali Al Khechen and Nizar Roumani, both of Lebanon; Daniel Oporto of Los Angeles, besides Resta.
The fashion shows feature collections from Vero Moda, Kocca, River Island, Stradivarius, Levis, Armani Exchange, Sacoor Brothers, Mayoral, Giordano, Babycare, Buggati, Salsa, TopShop, Nocturne, Roman, Choice, Scalpers, LC Waikiki, and Lefties.
The festival also hosts a number of activities in different rotundas, including a children's mini catwalk, a make-up tutorial booth and women's wear, menswear and children’s clothing throughout the mall.
According to Hage-Chahine, MoQ aims to support young and talented designers through the show.
On Thursday, the festival kicked off with collections of renowned Spanish fashion designer Alejandro Resta. The fashion shows will also feature collections from Kocca, River Island, Stradivarius, Levis, Armani Exchange, Sacoor Brothers, Mayoral, Giordano, Babycare, Buggati, Salsa, TopShop, Nocturne, Roman, Choice, Scalpers, LC Waikiki, and Lefties.



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