The decision to show during the ready-to-wear collections instead of haute couture “came naturally,” Rabih Kayrouz said before revealing his work on the final day of Paris Fashion Week.
During couture, Mr. Kayrouz had been building a name as a designer of quietly elegant clothing with poetic details. That aesthetic trickled into his first ready-to-wear collection. From the first look — a crisp white shirtdress, anchored by a leather belt, with two overlapping fabric panels that come together at the sleeves in gentle pleats — the designer seemed to be setting up hallmark features for his new line.
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