Naeem Khan’s Spring 2017 collection was a departure for the designer as he infused some 70s style into his work — and he managed to do so without taking away from his signature embroidered dresses and voluminous gowns. Check it out right here and let us know who you think will be the first to rock the latest looks on the red carpet.
Naeem Khan’s Fall 2016 collection oozed glamour as gowns with intricate detailing came down the runway. From embellished fringe to gorgeous, golden hues and intricate embroidery, it was all about the details.
Naeem Khan sited Art Deco architecture as an influence of his Fall 2016 collection, which was nothing short of gorgeous as it made its debut on the runway on Feb. 17 during New York Fashion Week. From cape dresses to embellished fringe and printed frocks with matching boots, the detailing was divine — and we can’t wait to see looks from the Fall 2016 line on the red carpet!
Naeem Khan’s Spring 2016 collection was full of breathtaking gowns, gorgeous embellished dresses and breezy caftans — and we can’t wait to see the looks on the red carpet, especially come awards season! Check out the looks, straight from New York Fashion Week, right here. Everything about Naeem Khan‘s Spring 2016 collection oozed glamour as…
The designer celebrated his 10th year showing in NYC with his Fall 2015 line — and the collection was a true testament to his work as a designer.
With a slew of celeb fans that includes Jennifer Lopez, Lea Michele, Beyonce and Michelle Obama, Naeem Khan is a staple on the red carpet — and his latest looks could easily go straight from the runway to a glam premiere or award show.
Though Naeem Khan’s Spring 2015 collection isn’t hitting stores until next year, the gorgeous hair seen on the models can be worn now and later. Get the exact look right here.
The inspiration for Naeem Khan’s Spring 2015 show was “contemporary, modern, soft, feminine, natural-looking undone waves.” Get the details from hairstylists Sally Hershberger and Travis Speck below!
For the first time in history, our First Lady made a televised appearance from the White House at the Oscars — and even presented an award. As always she was dressed to the nines and looked absolutely stunning, but not everyone was on the same page when it came to her outfit. Can you believe her dress was photoshopped in Iran to make it appear more modest?
Michelle Obama, 49, donned a shimmering Naeem Khan gown at the 85th Annual Academy Awards on Feb. 24. The fashion icon definitely stole the spotlight in the elegant piece, but Iranian news agency Fars News certainly thought otherwise. Michelle’s picture was featured in various Oscars stories around the globe, but we were shocked to see that Fars News showed her wearing a totally different dress than she actually wore — one that didn’t even really exist.
She may have spent the night showing off her moves on the dance floor celebrating her husband’s second inauguration, but she still looked perfectly put together in an all-white Naeem Khan ensemble when she attended church services the very next morning. Do you like this look? VOTE
Michelle Obama, 49, was all smiles when she attended the National Prayer Service prayer at the Washington National Cathedral on Jan. 22 in Washington, D.C., where the fashionable First Lady donned a custom ivory wool-applique Naeem Khan 3/4 sleeve coat and matching sleeveless dress. The printed dress featured an embellished collar, while the jacket had the same embellished beadwork on the trim of the jacket and the sleeves. The print gave the ensemble a casual vibe, and Michelle looked effortlessly chic. If she was lacking sleep it certainly didn’t show!
Being a fashionable First Lady has its perks!
While we all were taken away by Michelle’s Naeem Khan gown at the state dinner on Nov. 24- we also couldn’t stop staring at her earrings! They were a one-of-a-kind creation from Bochic- a jewelry line designed by Miriam Salat and David Arron Joseph. Can you imagine seeing the First Lady in something you designed?! Read more
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