Topic: Fashion

PARIS — Young Parisian clothing designer Miqayel Simonyan only knows one speed: overdrive. Born in the picturesque town of Ijevan in Tavush Province, Armenia — population 15,000 — Simonyan displays unusual talent and determination at[...]

PARIS — She has designed shoes for Madonna and jewelry for the House of Chanel. Karine Arabian: stylish, architectural, artistically pristine. Modish in the best sense of the word, this French-Armenian designer of accessories and[...]

LOS ANGELES — When I first met Anet Abnous, the founder of Anet’s Collection in 2018, she had already earned the title of “Scarf Lady” in the community, with her artistic scarves occupying valuable shelf space in many stores. She[...]

By Vic Gerami GLENDALE, Calif. — Building on their successful first fashion show in Stepanakert in December 2021, the Antonia Arslan Armenian-Italian Hamalir  vocational school in Artsakh, an initiative of the Christians In Need[...]

By T. J. Sidhu MILAN, Italy (theface.com) – Giorgio Armani SS22 was an all smiles affair. No, really – the models were actually smiling as they paced the runway one after another. It’s a rarity in the world of Big Fashion, but[...]

By Liana Satenstein HOUSTON (Vogue) — Olivia Haroutounian is not your typical college student. The visually arresting 22-year-old looks plucked out of a Pre-Raphaelite painting with long black curly hair and old-world features, and[...]

By Gayane Ghazaryan Special to the Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN — Some may think of Armenian fashion as being fairly conservative, especially when they associate it with the traditional famous carpets. Ask a member of the older generation[...]

BEIRUT (Panorama.am) —Queen Rania of Jordan was photographed wearing a dress by Lebanese Armenian fashion designer Krikor Jabotian, which the latter proudly posted to his Facebook page on September 24. Jabotian jumpstarted his career[...]

NEW YORK  —  “French Fashion, Women, and the First World War,” on view at Bard Graduate Center Gallery, 18 West 86th Street, New York City, from September 5 through January 5, 2020, is an unprecedented examination of the fraught[...]