On 4 July marked the end of the eagerly awaited Oriental Fashion Show Côté Rive Gauche, the international project dedicated to the promotion of oriental haute couture that lit up Paris and its iconic milieu with its colours and atmospheres. On 3 and 4 July, in fact, a selection of stylists from all over the world - Lebanon, Morocco, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan in primis - showed their creations born under the banner of excellence and those aesthetic codes that magnificently unite the richness of oriental traditions with the most cosmopolitan contemporaneity.
And not only that. Trait d'union of the different visions of the protagonists was that common commitment to sustainability that belongs to their DNA, in which the slow and respectful approach to work as well as to raw materials is grafted onto a look towards the future and innovation.
The result was, as always, the expression of that precious link between two cultures capable of giving lustre to the creatives who best represent a new fashion concept, based on ethical and inclusive values combined with a unique aesthetic. The Oriental Fashion Show, after all, has always been an incubator of talent to which it allows the privilege of great visibility and which, conversely, it feeds on to continue to express all the richness of its essence.