Still not convinced that regional designers are making an impact across the world? Well then its time to let Saudi designer Mohamed Ashi be a testament.
Thanks to his bold vision of design, where he places craft at the forefront, the designer’s presence on red carpets across the world is a talisman of his unstoppable rise. Having presented his first runway show at Couture Week in Paris last season, it seems like the Paris-based designer has finally found the secret to celebrity-approved success.
With a trail of accolades, namely having his designs feature on the cover of Vogue, Numéro and L’Officiel and now worn by megastars including Beyoncé, Billy Porter and even her Majesty Queen Rania (to name but a few), it’s safe to say everyone is co-signing Ashi Studio at the moment.
Ashi is the king of the statement dress and gown. With bold, sculptural and inherently playful designs – we round up the 14 best Ashi Studio red carpet moments.
Cardi B looks like a real-life angel in this Ashi dress.
This black and white two-piece is a fresh and chic alternative to the floor-grazing gown.
Billy Porter went for this jaw-dropping Julius Caesar-inspired white suit for the 2020 Digital Emmy Awards.
Want to bring a little fun to classic shapes? Go fearlessly sheer.
This all-over leopard print is ‘peacocking’ at its finest.
Who said black means boring?
Sleeveless, with floral embroidery, this is a floor-length gown any Disney princess would approve of.
Ashi Studio’s black gowns are perfect for women who love drama.
Unafraid of grand gestures? You’ll love Ashi’s architectural penchant. This dramatic all-white gown with its feathered trim brings elegant drama to the red carpet.
This curve-hugging glittery black dress is proof that black dresses are essential and iconic.
Further proof that you should never underestimate the power of pink.
This white sheer and embroidered dress brings an arty air to any red carpet.
Klum shows that black can be a beguiling choice.
Here’s a good reminder that white dresses can steal attention at any occasion.