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Men's clothing took center stage in Dubai over the weekend, as designers showed everything from colorful Bermuda shorts to sober tweed suits and offered a break from the fancy evening gowns that have characterized fashion design in the Middle East for over half a century.Women's clothing, mostly high-end ready-to-wear, still made up the majority of the runway shows presented at the third season of Fashion Forward, the region's pinnacle event for young designers seeking exposure. Of all the designers at Fashion Forward, The Emperor 1688 is the most established brand in men's clothing and has had enormous success selling at major retailers such Saks Fifth Avenue in Dubai."It was tough, but what we've come to prove is that generally keeping faithful to quality and keeping faithful to what you're giving to the customer and people will really come forward," Golkar said.Their success has shown that its not just designers interested in making men's clothing, but that the market also seems to be ready to receive them.
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