by - 5/18/2013

Krikor Jabotian is a couturier like no other, his pieces are truly one of a kind and I’m absolutely in love with all of his creations! (Hope I find a way to get him to design my wedding dress someday). :)

Fall 2013 couture collection
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About the designer:

Krikor Jabotian is a graduate of l’Ecole Superieure des Arts et techniques de la Mode in Beirut, Jabotian began working at Elie Saab’s creative department, an all-encompassing and enriching introduction to the industry.
After Krikor stepped out and began developing his own independent designs, he was selected by Starch foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Maison Rabih Kayrouz, to showcase his work. It was the first collection he designed under his own name, marking the beginning of his independent career.
After the success of Starch, Krikor set up his own atelier at the young age of 23. It served him for a while, but it was when his family joined certain aspects of his work and established their family run business, that Krikor Jabotian truly flourished into a vibrant space where his work and imagination thrive.

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