Rabih Kayrouz said his subtly sensual pieces were aimed at an independent woman “who is not afraid of simplicity.” The Lebanese designer stuck to his pared-down aesthetic with skirts in car-wash panels, laser-cut wool coats and ribbed knits, including a tubular style made from viscose and contrasting bands of cashmere felt.

Rabih Kayrouz said his subtly sensual pieces were aimed at an independent woman “who is not afraid of simplicity.” The Lebanese designer stuck to his pared-down aesthetic with skirts in car-wash panels, laser-cut wool coats and ribbed knits, including a tubular style made from viscose and contrasting bands of cashmere felt.

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