Sana Ayoub, second left, poses with models during her fashion show in Centrale, Thursday, April 3, 2014. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Like sachets of potpourri, pockets of tulle filled with silk flowers bubbled from the skirt of Sana Ayoub's last evening gown "Exit 15," a dress the designer described as the signature piece in her first fashion show.A skin-baring sweetheart bodice in fuchsia paired with this unusual, three-dimensional skirt sums up Ayoub's style, one that starts with simple dress forms and spices them up with whimsical detail.For two years, Ayoub has focused on made-to-order gowns, and Thursday's collection launched her fashion house into the seasonal collection cycle.Ayoub said it took a while to find her personal voice, especially having started fashion design as a teenager at Lebanon's Notre Dame University.
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