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Catwalk at the Dubai Fashion Week

Mugda Godse presents a creation by Z FOR Z in style.
Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee presented a bohemian-inspired collection
Winners of the Studio 8 awards at the close of Dubai Fashion Week
The collection by Pakistani designer Hassan Sheheryar Yasin (better known as HSY) won the award for Best Haute Couture.
Pakistani designer HSY and model Ali Zafar on the ramp.
Agatha Paris presents Pepper by Uma.
Madame Butterfly may be an odd inspiration for Michael Cinco's blingtastic collection. But like the world famous opera, there was no sartorial tragedy awaiting the Filipino designer.
The multi-layered pearls and funky accessories from the iconic jewellery French brand Agatha Paris bonded well with Uma Ghospande's collection.
Indian designer Puneet Nanda for Satya Paul is hailed as one of the pioneers in making Indian saris a strong style statement.
What made his collection stand out on Tuesday were the daring blouses and cholis.
Pakistani designer Salma Khan unveiled her autumn-winter collection with a string of floral, summery creations.
Juhi Yasmeen Khan unveiled her heavily embellished lehengas (long mermaid skirts teamed with bejewelled bustiers) and kaftans.
Shahid Afridi may be a formidable figure on the cricketing turf, but the same cannot be said about his outing as a designer. His ethnic menswear collection wasn't exactly innovative.
A piece from the Barbara Bela collection by Helen Carvalho, Georgiana Mascarenhas and Juliana Bochese.
Fashion store Iconic blazed a new trail of glamour by showcasing an electric mix of fashion brands at its show during Dubai Fashion Week on Sunday.
The Iconic fashion show came just after the high-profile launch of the concept a few weeks back at Deira City Centre.
The catwalk came alive with the very best of Iconic's varied categories including the casual line of denim, street, sports, beach to the more elegant boutique and formal outfits.
A model shimmers in a gold design at Dubai Fashion Week.
Zeena Zaki also incorporated pastels in her designs.
A creation by designer Zeena Zaki puts on a show on the runway.
Bollywood actress Bhagyashree struts the runway as the showstopper at designer Nisha Sagar's show.
Bollywood actress Riya Sen as the catwalk show-stopper at Dubai Fashion Week.
Show by designer Artivijay Gupta at Dubai Fashion Week.
Designer Andres Aquino did his bit to inject a bit of drama and theatrics onto the catwalk. Kicking off with a live rendition of a love song, the models strutted down in a string of vintage gowns made in satin and lace and pleated dresses.
Reem and Hind Beljafla added a shot of glamour to the conservative abaya.
Muted gold, metallic studs and sashes with big bows gave the all-black robes a modern twist. Not ones to shy away from racy abayas, the Beljafla duo also interspersed crimson panels to make the contrast with the black silk more dramatic.
"Do your own thing" should ideally be the tagline of Dubai Fashion Week. As usual, the clothes on the runway were pretty but made you wonder about their seasonal significance.
The opening day also lived up to its usual notoriety of running fabulously late. The last show by New York-based Andres Aquino began at 11.15pm and even his dramatic, theatrical show could not lure the fashionistas to wait around that late.

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