Ali Karoui, the new go-to designer for the glitterati

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The Tunisian designer has been dressing the who’s-who of the French Riviera with his dazzling outfits that flatter the female form. Indeed, thanks to his Couture techniques and skilled atelier, he managed to gather a substantial fan-following made of the most fabulous glitterati from Monaco to Dubai, dressing celebrities for red carpet events along the way. Get to know this new talent and follow him in his stellar ascension.

Sandrine Garbagnati-Knoell & Victoria Silvstedt dress by Ali Karoui
Sandrine Garbagnati-Knoell & Victoria Silvstedt dressed by Ali Karoui

The designer draws inspiration from his sister who have been his muse since he was a little child. To this day, she continues to inspire him as his wish to make her even more beautiful has been ricocheting onto his will to beautify all the women he comes across.

Ali Karoui

Karoui started designing as a teenager and in 2012 after studying fashion design at Esmod Tunis, he invested all his hard-earned money into his eponymous luxury house, and thankfully success didn’t take too much time to arise. His first ambassadors were top models Hanaa Ben Abdesslem, Kenza Fourati, and lebanese megastars Nancy Ajram and Haifa Wehbe.

Today he keeps on gaining notoriety thanks to his passion for flattering the female figure. He always starts with a simple bodice and develops his creations into seas of silk and sequins.

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But Karoui is not only a dream-maker providing princess moments to his muses, he also stands for strong silhouettes and innovative designs that makes him a well-rounded designer always searching to reinvent the silhouette and  definitely a talent to keep an eye on!

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