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DUBAI (Reuters) – British model Jourdan Dunn showed off glamorous arm candy from Dubai-based accessories brand L’Afshar at London Fashion Week on Saturday.

The catwalk star was pictured wearing a chic blazer from clothing brand Nue, which she accessorized with L’Afshar’s YARA bag. Dunn opted for the bronze mirror colorway to complete her fashion week look.

Handmade in Dubai, the brand is known for its unique, structured designs and use of marbled resin and intricate mirrors. Lucite – known as acrylic glass – and birthstones also feature in the brand’s range of generally heavy straight-edged clutches in a range of light to saturated colors and textures.

The brand’s bags have been worn by several Hollywood celebrities, including Victoria’s Secret model Jasmine Tookes, actress Laura Dern, Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner and Rachel Bilson. However, these aren’t the only A-listers who seem to be big fans of the local brand – actress Jasmin Sanders, Bella Hadid, Kate Upton, Alicia Keys and Chrissy Teigen have all made public appearances with the arm candy of Afshar at your fingertips. .

Dunn seems to be on a Middle Eastern trend when it comes to her fashion choices – she was seen wearing a glamorous feathered dress by Lebanese designer Jean-Louis Sabaji at a launch party in London on September 4.

Dunn attended British Vogue editor Edward Enninful’s ‘A Visible Man’ book launch at London’s famed Claridge’s Hotel, among a star-studded guest list.

The model’s form-fitting all-black look is taken from Sabaji’s Spring ’21 ready-to-wear collection and features elaborate feather detailing at the neckline and down the sleeve length.

Beirut-based fashion designer Jean-Louis Sabaji is no stranger to celebrity endorsements and has dressed music industry stars in the past

From Cardi B and Beyonce to Brazilian singer Anitta, the designer’s creations have been spotted on many stages and red carpets.

Dunn completed her dress with a slicked back ponytail and dramatic, smoky eye makeup.

The model was on hand to celebrate the launch of Enninful’s book, which charts the journey of the first black person to be appointed editor-in-chief of British Vogue.

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