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MARKS & SPENCER Promises a New Shopping Experience



Marks & Spencer just opened their brand new branch in Mall of Egypt. That’s not just another branch of Marks & Spencer, this one promises customers the new premium boutique concept, which promises to create a truly pleasant shopping experience.

The two stories store in Mall of Egypt is currently showcasing Marks & Spencer’s impressive range of high quality clothing and accessories across Womenswear, Lingerie, Menswear, and Kidswear. The new spring/summer collection is now available for customers to purchase.

“our new store at the Mall of Egypt promises to create something truly special and unique for our customers” Stephen Rayfield, Vice President, Retail, M&S, said. The new Spring/Summer collection has a variety of M&S unique designs with stunning details and warm colors.

The new store of Mark & Spencer is the first and only store in Egypt that gives customers the brand’s premium boutique shopping concept. With a striking welcome zone, the customers will immediately feel more special; there is also the new display feature that enables customers to see the details of new collections, trends and the must haves for each season.

“At Marks & Spencer, customers are at the heart of everything we do and we’re thrilled to welcome them to the new store at Mall of Egypt. Customers will be able to experience our boutique shopping concept in Egypt for the very first time” Stephen Rayfield, Vice President, Retail, M&S, added. Hence, the new store has around 30 employees to guarantee the best shopping and customer service experience.

The new Mark & Spencer store is the 28th branch around Middle East

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Karl Lagerfeld, Iconic Chanel Designer dies at 85




Yesterday the fashion world has lost one of the remarkable figures in the industry, Karl Lagerfeld, the iconic German Designer and creative director for Chanel and Fend.

Lagerfeld has worked tirelessly for LVMH’s Fendi and his own label, up until his death. And his designs are known to have added yet another charm to the label.

Karl Lagerfeld had been designing for Fendi since 1965 and had been at the creative helm of Chanel since 1983. All of this, while still maintaining to design collections for his own brand.

He changed his name as he believed Lagerfeld sounded “more commercial”.

Lagerfeld was known to encourage young and new designers, like Victoria Beckham – who has praised him for his kindness and generosity.

It’s true Lagerfeld has left our world, but his work and memory will forever be deeply embedded in the hearts of many, and that was apparent in the many profound tributes sent his way.

“Today the world lost a giant among men,” said the editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine, Anna Wintour.

Industry heavyweights, celebrities and even political figures, have all issued heartfelt tributes.


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Mary Katrantzou: Top 5 Red Carpet Celebrities in 2018



The year of 2018 was full of red carpet events in hollywood and all around the globe! And we still have a few more to go. Today we bring you some of the HOTTEST Mary Katrantzou dresses worn by celebrities during red carpet events throughout 2018!


  • Cate Blanchett

    Cate rocked a crystal and sequin creation on May 10
  • Hayley Atwell

    Hayley wore a beautifully colored $33,900 embroidered silk on Aug. 5
  • Madelaine Petsch

    Looks almost like a splash of paint was placed on it. $14,400 crystal and strapless
  • Princess Beatrice

    Looking pretty in a $2,193 jacquard midi on June 19.
  • Elizabeth Chambers

    Sexy as ever in a $9,900 sequin off-the-shoulder frock on Jan. 6


London designer Mary Katrantzou’s bold, technicolor pieces reign supreme. She’s known for her statement-making patterns, which are all constructed through digital technology. “I love designing for strong women who carry themselves with grace and confidence.”

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Egyptian Artist Brings Back 1920s Fashion Today




Mohsen Othman, who is an Egyptian photographer has brought back the fashion scene of Egypt from the 1920s in a very artistic manner. Othman created an album which he named ‘Lost in Time,’ that featured an Egyptologist Collin Darrell where she is portrayed in different scenes that bring history back to life.

Othman is especially interested in the changes that fashion has gone through, and he believes that “just like Egyptology, fashion is an eloquent witness of the changes that have taken place around the corners of this iconic country.” Scroll down and take a look at these amazing photos!

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