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Post Beirut-Blast: some press support for Lebanese designers

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With a vibrant ecosystem that blossomed long before the ones of the Gulf region, let’s see how some showed support for Lebanese designers


Hardly able to leave my black clothes since the tragic explosion that destroyed Beirut on August 4th, here I am wearing the Wrap Dress, the Rosa Maria Jewellery diamond/sapphire “occhio” necklace, and the Johnny Farah “sierra leone” bag

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Fundraiser for Lebanon: let’s help Beirut

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A fundraiser for Lebanon: Our Friendship has no frontiers

Fundraiser for Lebanon | nadine mneimneh

UPDATE: 2390 Euros have been raised, of which 2290 Euros have been transferred to Beit EL Baraka.

Nicole is my oldest friend. We’ve met in the garden of our building in France over 30 years ago, and we’ve remained friends ever since.⁣
She was my muse when I debuted my brand, and she’s the one that modeled for my first collection photoshoot. ⁣
⁣A beautiful person in every sense of the word.⁣
Thanks to her uplifting spirit and motivation, we have setup a crowdfunding page to raise funds for the the victims of the Beirut Blast.⁣
⁣All donations will be given to @beitelbaraka , an NGO that is setting up a home rehabilitation program to repair as many affected homes as possible, along with providing food and medicine.

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Let’s pray for Lebanon – August 4th massive explosion

Pray for Lebanon

August 4th, a massive explosion happened in Beirut killing and injuring hundreds of people and leaving thousands homeless…

Let’s pray for Lebanon


Walking inside ABC mall towards my corner, and seeing the shops shattered to pieces, I couldn’t, and still cannot process how it must have been for the shoppers, innocently strolling and enjoying a day of free-movement before another corona-lockdown. Just like the people driving nearby the port on their way back home from work, or the people enjoying their drinks outside in Mar Mikhael, and so on …I was at home when it happened, which is only 3km away from the explosion site. I feel extremely lucky to have pulled through in one piece, with only shattered windows in the house. 

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