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Yasmine Dabbous took a design class at a local art shop in Hamra three years ago to rid her of the pressures of academia, not knowing that her hobby would turn into an artistic passion.Dabbous figured out that if she used vintage tribal fabric, the little piece she had done would look spectacular.Dabbous had worked in the media industry for almost a decade and as a full-time assistant professor of journalism and media studies at the Lebanese American University for two years. While visiting the world, Dabbous discovered her passion.Dabbous makes pieces that are not just fashion statements, but also intellectual and cultural statements, because of the stories they carry.Ethnic Tree breaks today's fashion norms. Dabbous admitted being a bohemian in search for herself, away from postmodern urbanism, whose work supports local artisans, traditions and cultural values.
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