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Now based in Europe, Hage says her designs combine her Lebanese background with experiences studying and working in Europe.Hage studied at Parsons in Paris and said basing herself in London allows her to introduce Lebanese designs that wouldn't normally get seen into the European fashion market.Hermez describes their design as "a playful take on the classic shirt," combining simple shirt structures with unconventional details to fit people from different genders and cultures.In addition to the their brand, Hermez and Moussi also teamed up to launch Creative Space Beirut, a non-profit, free school for fashion design in Beirut. Hage's brand is now available at Boutique Hub, Klok and Santiago stores in Beirut, online and from her workspace in London.
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