Floriana Lima was captivating in GEORGES HOBEIKA for the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party. Lima, who attended with Casey Affleck, wore a black tulle, sleeveless gown, featuring a sheer top and a full skirt that were exquisitely embroidered in a floral design, from GEORGES HOBEIKA’s SS17 Ready-to-Wear collection.
In Spain, Duchess of Anjou, Margarita Vargas de Borbon, wore GEORGES HOBEIKA for the inaugural performance of the Opera, starring Plácido Domingo. The Duchess wore a white, long sleeved, tea length gown that features a sheer illusion top and is accented with silver embroideries and a gold floral applique design over one shoulder from GEORGES HOBEIKA’s FW 16-17 Couture collection.
Cara Buono of “Stranger Things” was beautiful in GEORGES HOBEIKA for the 23rd SAG Awards. Buono wore a red and pink, strapless, tea length dress featuring an embroidered aqua foliage design from GEORGES HOBEIKA’s SS17 Ready-to-Wear collection.
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Actress Angel Jiang looked fabulous in GEORGES HOBEIKA for the 2016 Marie Claire Style China Artistry Party. Jiang wore a black, off-the-shoulder, tulle ball gown, which features exquisite, multi-colored floral patterned embroidery and a bronze buckle waist belt from GEORGES HOBEIKA’s FW 16-17 Ready-to-Wear collection.
For the second consecutive year, Couturier GEORGES HOBEIKA is pleased to participate in the prestigious Bal des Débutantes. For this twenty-fourth edition of the Bal, which took place on November 26, 2016 at the Peninsula Paris, it is the young Belgian Countess Angelique of Limburg Stirum who done a one-of-a-kind couture gown by GEORGES HOBEIKA.
The beautiful debutante, Angélique de Limburg Stirum, also boasts French heritage passed down from her grandmother Hélène d’Orléans, sister of the current Count of Paris. At the age of 21, the student and model made her debut into the world of Couture and fashion media wearing a stunning, long gown of emerald silk tulle, embroidered with golden silk threads and embellished throughout with laser cut flowers, pearls, sequins and crystals, from GEORGES HOBEIKA’s Autumn-Winter 2016-2017 Haute Couture collection.
This year’s Dinner Ball was aimed at raising funds for two non-profit associations: “Seleni”, in New York, which funds research and care to assist teenage mothers, and “Enfants d’Asie”, which facilitates the schooling of young girls in Southeast Asia.