Former Miss World Went For A Lebanese Label To Launch Her Haircare Brand

ALBERTO PIZZOLI

Former Miss World (2000), and internationally-famous Indian Actrice Priyanka Chopra went for a Lebanese label to launch her new hair product line, Anomaly.

For her initiative to bring a new “affordable, clean, and sustainable haircare,” which, as she said, “shouldn’t cost the earth,” she presented her line of products rocking a seductive design by the label Mônot.

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Eli Mizrahi, founder and creative designer of the brand Mônot, is known for his alluring and femininely daring designs of sleek cut.

As he shared with Vogue during an interview, he focuses largely on designing outfits of “clean lines, simple shapes, and curves.”

The sleek lines emerge as sneak-peaks in Chopra’s photos taken to launch Anomaly, dressing her sensually in a wet look that was custom designed for her.

Mizrahi has been making it big in the world of fashion with his label Mônot.

Before venturing out into the fashion industry, Mizrahi started working in celebrity endorsement deals until he slowly discovered that he harbors a deeply rooted interest in fashion.

He began critiquing fashion and ventured into that realm of creativity and beauty consulting for various brands.

He then distinguished himself by launching his brand Mônot and has been successful ever since for his loud and statement-full designs.

Classiness and seductiveness are two elements he succeeds in merging harmoniously, producing outstanding pieces.

Mizrahi has emphasized his success by making statements and dressing A-lister celebrities such as Cindy Bruna, Zendaya, and Dua Lipa.

Jennifer Lopez, who’s proven to have a certain inclination for the creativity of Lebanese designers, including Zuhair Murad’s designs as remarkably seen numerous times, graced the cover of the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) back in November, wearing a Mônot label.

Two weeks ago, Chinese actress Jin Chen received the Artist of The Year Award dressed up in an elegant Mônot at the TIKTOK Grand Ceremony in Beijing.

Another celebrity who has recently appeared stunning in a Mônot label is Liu Wen, “China’s first bona fide supermodel” as dubbed by The New York Times in 2012.

She was featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar China in January, seductively alluring in the Lebanese Mônot label.


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Former Miss World Went For A Lebanese Label To Launch Her Haircare Brand

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