Maison Rabih Kayrouz
Rabih Kayrouz is a Lebanese fashion designer, creator and founder of the fashion house Maison Rabih Kayrouz, established in Paris in 2008 at 38, Boulevard Raspail. The location was previously "Le Petit Theatre de Babylone" where Beckett's play Waiting for Godot was performed for the first time.
Kayrouz's design signature has been described as pragmatic, but daring in its use of haute-couture style codes. He has been praised for his use of style "know-how" in creating ready-to-wear collections which complement the urban lifestyle.
Kayrouz co-founded in 2008 a non-profit organisation called the Starch Foundation which helps young Lebanese designers launch and promote their debut collections.
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