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Fairies, brides in black and hand-knit dolls take the runway in Dubai this week for the fifth Arab Fashion Week, a five-day affair focused on instantly available "ready couture" and precollections.Arab Fashion Week's spring-summer 2018 season strikes a markedly different tone from the previous fall-winter season, which had a heavier focus on unisex and menswear lines.The shows this week will also feature Mua Mua's hand-knit celebrity dolls, made in Bali by Italian designer Ludovica Virga.Arab Fashion Week, held twice a year, showcases only see-now-buy-now collections and precollections, as opposed to the traditional haute-couture model in which designs are delivered several months after they are ordered.
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