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Best Dressed At Beirut Art And Design Fairs
The chicest art girls on the street of Beirut
Art x Style 27 Sep 2019

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Elie Saab, Zuhair Murad, Georges Hobeika, Reem Akra…Beirut is home to some of the  most luxurious fashionistas. Last week, the Lebanese capital played host to the 10th Beirut Art Fair and the 3rd Beirut Design Fair. You can bet all of the Lebanese art girls came out in their finest attire, and here we present you with the best dressed!

Grace Moura @gracytta

Giving us looks before things even kicked off, journalist Grace Moura wore this gorgeous dress to the press conference for Beirut Design Fair at Beirut’s super-chic Liza restaurant.
Stephanie Ghougassian @stephanieghougassian

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Letitia Gallery’s Stephanie Ghougassian stunned in this Stradivarius gown at the Beirut Art Fair opening, and now we’re all looking for that perfect floral dress…
Fadia Ibrahim @fadiaibrahimofficial

Blending in with the art, Fadia Ibrahim wore this jacket by Rahel Guiragossian in front of a painting by her brother Marc, making us all wish we were part of an artistic dynasty too!
Rebecca Anna Proctor @rebeccaanneproctor

Editor of Harper’s Bazaar Arabia Art and Harper’s Bazaar Arabia Interiors, Rebecca Anne Proctor looked ever so chic in this combo at Beirut Design Fair.
Banafsheh Faris @banafshehfaris

Artist Banafsheh Faris rocked this amazing jumpsuit at the opening of OFF/SITE at Beirut’s uber chic Le Gray Hotel.
Jessy Abu Nader @jess_a_n

From day to night, Jessy Abu Nader wore this sweet pink frock while posing on an artwork by Abdullah Barake.
Suzy Sikorski @mideastart

Blending in with the art, Suzy Sikorski from Christie’s Dubai wore this red-green combo in front of this masterpiece by Lebanese painter Ayman Baalbaki.
Cloe Boustany @thebrunettecorner

Keeping things classic. Chloe Boustany proved that you can never go wrong in neutrals, while posing on the steps at Le Gray Hotel.
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Text Lizzy Vartanian

Images via @gracytta @stephanieghougassian @fadiaibrahimofficial @rebeccaanneproctor @banafshehfaris @jess_a_n @mideastart @thebrunettecorner

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