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Karine Tawil, the Lebanese fashion designer behind clothing brand Karoline Lang, will be showcasing her upcoming couture collection at Curator LA, a prominent west Hollywood design and exhibition space, on Jan. 21 .Tawil has clearly stamped her brand's DNA with a fresh, minimalist look of contemporary lifestyle.Karoline Lang is expanding fast, moving from Lebanon to the international. For Tawil, Los Angeles is the center for presenting her couture collection, New York is the capital for "ready to wear" lines and Paris is the hub for bringing together all her collections. Karoline Lang now has six main collections spanning two couture collections, two ready to wear collections and two bridal collections, which are yet to be launched. Three Karoline Lang collections have already been shown in Paris. Tawil believes that what makes her line stand out is the strong personal touch she embroiders into each item.Each of Tawil's six collections have evolved differently, depending on what is influencing her at the time, but retain a central core of identity that runs throughout. While each stands out as a new direction and development, no one collection is not recognizable to the others.
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