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a woman's dress style that imitates the caftan cloaks worn by men in the Near East

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a (cotton or silk) cloak with full sleeves and sash reaching down to the ankles

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The Caftan, in addition to other traditional Moroccan artefacts, served as an inspiration for many of Saint Laurent's high fashion designs.In addition, a collection of photographs taken by Lutens showcasing traditional Moroccan beauty products and rituals will be shown next to a collection of Moroccan fabrics dating back to the 18th century.
Which is why we thought of caftans as they are a versatile mix of these two worlds.
Our caftans are not just for the beach because they are thick and long enough to be worn out around town in Manila as well.
The event showcased 20 exquisite creations from renowned Dubai-based luxury caftan brand Selma Benomar's 2019 Ramadan collection.
The brand freshens the traditional ethnicity of the caftan in graceful way, highlighting Middle Eastern feminine beauty, with appealing hues and unique contrasts that continue to resonate and appeal to clients.
And it is nice to see Filipino women who can ask, 'Why not?' They look empowered when they celebrate in caftans at parties.
After five years in the business, Azhari said she's gotten overwhelming feedback from friends and regular clients who've taken up wearing caftans after finding her designs.
The sheer chiffon sleeves that fluttered down the runway gave a subtle nod to North African caftan.
She evolved as a designer and started her funky lines of abayas and holiday caftans which she showcased during Dubai Fashion Week.
Each pattern was unique and I also added Swarovski crystals and other embellishments to make the caftans even more trendy.
A sensational onstage music ensemble, dominated by percussionists and two dynamic singers in gold caftans and headdresses, make the music as vivid as the dancing.
And Chinese robes, Japanese kimonos, Indian lungis, South Asian sarongs, and North African caftans are certainly skirt-like.
D es caftans brodes ou perles, aux couleurs variees...
It all began with the matronly caftans I wore as a child, billowing ball gowns in which I swept about imperiously, flicking the hem of my train for purposes of dramatic emphasis every time I dropped a particularly wicked bon mot.
Selon Ghita Chraibi, la modernisation du caftan pousse a perdre de son identite.