PARIS, Nov 3, 2010 / FW/ — Entitled “Massai” (French for Maasai), Georges Hobeika was inspired by the Maasai, a Nilotic ethnic group of semi-nomadic people located in Kenya and northern Tanzania who are well known for their distinctive costumes and dress.
Taking that influence and translating it to haute couture, Georges Hobeika proposed deep shades of red and purple for daywear and eveningwear done in architectural silhouettes.
Slim waists were emphasized with the hourglass silhouettes while the shoulder turned sexy with the one-shoulder ensembles that just oozed sensuality.
Meant for the woman who does not mind being the center of attention, Georges Hobeika once more gave his audience a reason to love wearing his creations.
Paris Haute Couture Fall 2010