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The third edition of the LIPS Management Designers and Brands Show opened with a bang Monday in the glittering ballroom of the Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand Hotel, showcasing the work of both established and up-and-coming Lebanese fashion designers.The first of the 2018 event's 25 shows was Lebanese fashion house Choueiter's newest collection, worn by models who wove their way across an unorthodox catwalk made of two diamond-shaped runways.Farah Mastoura, from UAE-based online dress hire service Designer 24, which has operated in Lebanon for three years, similarly spoke about the high standards in the Lebanese fashion industry.Designer 24, whose models walked the catwalk Monday evening, aims to make luxury designer fashion more accessible by allowing customers to both hire occasion wear and loan their own dresses to the company. Dutch model Michelle Wiegman looked regal in a shimmering dress from Rachad Itani's fall-winter collection.
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