Persian Cultural Runway in L.A.

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Last week at the tallest building in Los Angeles, we had the pleasure of attending Farhang Foundation‘s fashion show, Iranian Cultural Runway. The fist Farhang Foundation runway presented two Los Angeles based fashion designers, Shahla Dorriz and Jila Saberi. Couturier Shahla Dorriz best known for using calligraphed poetry on gowns, showcased pieces from her older collections as well as new designs, inspired by traditional Persian textile and Poetry. Fashion designer Jila Saberi and architect Ali Kourechian of Jila Atelier, presented a collection inspired by Persian architecture and monuments. As we strive to serve ALANGOO.com‘s mission which is #CelebratingPersianLiving through wearable art, witnessing these unique designs stranding on the runway was a a huge pleasure. We are looking forward to seeing more Persian inspired fashion showcased and presented to global audiences. Without further ado, enjoy the collections below. Runway images copyright by Farhang Foundation.

Featured pieces plus Jila Atelier previous collections are available for purchase via her ALANGOO Shop.

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 Featured pieces plus Jila Atelier previous collections are available for purchase via her ALANGOO Shop.

Featured pieces  by Shahla Dorriz and Alexandra Dorriz

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Be sure to visit ALANGOO.com to shop latest designs and trends by independent designers with background in Persian culture.

Persian calligraphy jewelry, Persian inspired fashion, Persian designs for kids, Persian designs for home. Shop pieces for Norouz, 7seen and eidi.

 

 

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