The first ever Russian “couturier” Ulyana Sergeenko took part in the opening night of the Galeries Lafayette in Doha, in collaboration with the renowned high jewelry house Faidee. 

Ulyana Sergeenko brings to Qatar her Spring/Summer 19 Couture collection as well as her latest designs inspired by Qatari heritage to be featured exclusively at the new Galeries Lafayette Doha, the latest destination for fashion lovers in Qatar. Each Ulyana Sergeenko model wore on the runway unique high jewelry pieces by Faidee, in a shared tribute by both houses to craftsmanship, beautiful materials and Couture’s unique philosophy. 

The Couture collection and its partner jewelry designs was exhibited in the exclusive setting of La Suite – Galeries Lafayette Doha’s spacious penthouse for a personalized shopping service, catering to the world’s most discerning clientele. Ulyana Sergeenko and Faidee recreated in Doha the decor and feel of private salons to offer each client a personalized and dedicated welcome, in the great tradition of Couture and Place Vendôme. 

Visitors were treated to a privileged presentation of the much acclaimed SS19 collection as well as Ulyana’s Qatar inspired pieces, along with a private exhibition of Faidee’s stunning jewellery set with the world’s rarest Burmese rubies, including the «Mogok Sunrise» ring featuring a 24-carat pigeon’s blood ruby and named after the legendary valley of Mogok that is home to the world’s best Burmese rubies

The Ulyana Sergeenko trunk show was on from March 30th to April 3rd, 2019, by private appointment only. The ready-to-wear collection of the designer will be available all year round at the Galeries Lafayette Doha, on the first floor.

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