Zuhair Murad Infuses Tropical Elegance Into His New Spring Collection

Zuhair Murad

The world-renowned Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad is making a new impression with the new Spring Collection he has created, inspired by the painted fauna of the French Impressionist Henry Russeau.

Passionflowers, Calatheas, the beauty of nature with its greenery and flowers, and the tropics in elegant styles, this is how his Ready-to-Wear 2021 collection could be described, although he didn’t miss some sober colors and some touch of glitters.

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He came up with a stunning Spring 2021 Ready-To-Wear collection that simply feels the tropics without missing the elegance he is known for in the styles.

In his own words, the entire collection gives a “celestial sensation of fresh air within a tropical atmosphere,” and that is displayed through the patterns embellished on his silk dresses and flowy styles.

Zuhair Murad
Zuhair Murad
Zuhair Murad
Zuhair Murad

The collection is also juxtaposed with “black and ecru cady crepe jumpsuits and pantsuits with pure and structured lines,” emphasizing a “jagged, airy finish,” depicting nothing but strength, Murad explained.

Zuhair Murad
Zuhair Murad

The feminine strength he aimed to showcase encompasses as well elegant drapes, sensual slits, and some gentle luster…

Zuhair Murad
Zuhair Murad
Zuhair Murad

Elegance is also relevant in his dresses of plain colors for this Spring 2021, with some seductive styles that remind of Greek goddesses.

Zuhair Murad
Zuhair Murad

Golden colors also made their way into his Spring 2021 collection, inviting none other than Monica Belluci to wear one of his fancy gowns for Sorbet Magazine’s 30th issue.

Zuhair Murad

With an established company in Switzerland, over 5 million followers, and a clientele brimming with only the most famous celebrity A-listers, Zuhair Murad doesn’t cease to mesmerize with every collection he creates.


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