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As girlish as ever, Georges Hobeika's couture collection for this summer paid a literal tribute to the flora and fauna of his imagined summertime forest and offered another season of highly wearable couture in pastels.Hobeika, a Paris-based Lebanese designer, presented his collection as part of Haute Couture Fashion Week in the French capital Monday. The designer is known for his flattering, high-waisted dresses, his restrained but whimsical embellishments like oversized beading or ruffles and always summer – sometimes even winter – pastels. The same technique was used on the skirt of a yellow dress, and one of Hobeika's more abstract creations was a full pink skirt covered in cut silk circles.
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