The Lebanese designer imagines refined pieces, between cocktail dresses and everyday clothes, blouses, bustiers, kimono jackets, pants made with noble fabrics, both ancient and modern, such as silk, which he uses in crepe or charmeuse.
The lines are often full, harmonious, and highlight a femininity that desires both subtlety and character. Leclaireur's selection is based on colors, a fuchsia, a purple and an electric orange, a chartreuse green, and around the ruffles that colonize the dresses and tops and give relief to each of the creations.
Rabih Kayrouz pays particular attention to details, executed with a meticulousness and precision made possible by a craft that no longer chases time but, on the contrary, embraces it, the only way to make each piece unique. He draws the contours of a refined silhouette, imbued with poetry, colors and emotions. Based in Paris for 10 years, the Lebanese designer continues his quest for a wardrobe, an essential garment, as he told us during our last interview.