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DUBAI: Saudi beauty influencer Yara Alnamlah caused a stir in Paris, causing a storm ahead of several shows during haute couture week. From Fendi to Dior to Elie Saab and Ashi Studio, the Saudi multi-hyphen has been spotted at various runway presentations, flaunting her consistently impeccable style.

She was recently spotted showing off jewelry from Italian brand Repossi, headquartered in Paris, while sporting a Maison Alaia top and a heart-shaped handbag and The Row trousers. Alnamlah shared the creative snaps on Instagram and also showed off rings and an ear cuff from the jewelry brand.


Before that, the fashion-forward influencer was spotted at the Maison Margiela show in a beige and cream ensemble, a look she completed with silver beaded gloves.

For the label’s first track release in two years, Maison Margiela decided to channel the digital-only days of the pandemic into showing a film, except this one was performed and recorded in front of a live audience at the Théâtre National de Chaillot. in Paris. The film, the brainchild of creative director John Galliano, was made in collaboration with British theater group Imitating the Dog, using real actors and models.

Alnamlah was also seen at Elie Saab’s presentation wearing an all-white look, as well as a wide-brimmed white hat, by the Lebanese fashion house. She finished the set with a matching Jimmy Choo bag. At the Schiaparelli couture show, Alnamlah wore an understated yet elegant gown by Bahraini designer Aks. The Fendi presentation saw the influencer appear in a chic suit paired with pastel accessories.

However, one of her most popular looks of the week came at the Dior show, where she showed off a full-length black and yellow pleated skirt paired with a crisp white shirt and black tie.

Alnamlah has made a name for herself on the fashion circuit as a blogger, beauty influencer and makeup artist over the past few years. The architecture student is also an entrepreneur and started a cafe called So Matcha in Riyadh. She will soon open her own salon and will also offer beauty products.

Last year, Alnamlah featured in French luxury fashion brand Jean Paul Gaultier’s campaign as they celebrated Saudi Arabia’s 91st National Day, in its first-ever launch dedicated to a country in the Middle East. East.

The brand brought the traditional card game of baloot to life through a film shot by an all-Saudi production team in Riyadh. The film featured a host of other Saudi personalities including actress Sarah Taibah, emerging model Domie Alsalim and fashion and beauty influencer Faisal Alghazzawi as they took part in the game.

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