Models present creations by Rad Hourani during the Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2014 collection show, on January 22, 2014 in Paris. (AFP PHOTO / PATRICK KOVARIK)
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An all-black summer collection filled with overcoats and leather is surprisingly not what makes Jordanian-Canadian designer Rad Hourani the rebel of Haute Couture.Each season, Hourani offers an anomaly of somber minimalism wedged between shows filled with sparking gowns and meters of chiffon.To float in the gray of androgyny, Hourani created a foundation of garments that crossed easily between womenswear and menswear, such as pants and vests, using unembellished black leather and crepe as neutral materials. A staple inspiration of Hourani's brand has been origami and that was clear this season in the way transformable clothing folded into new garments.
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