Noureddine, Amir (1967). Designer from Morocco. Born in Rabat, he lives and works in Marrakech. He studied at ESMOD. He has always been faithful to the traditional styles and fabrics of his mother country. Moreover he has renewed them in a profound way. tarting in 2001, Noureddine Amir devoted himself notably mainly to Moroccan Kaftan. Some see the style of Issey Miyake in his work. He also creates immense bat-like cloaks with hand-woven wool and felt, “haiks” made of veils with inlays of raffia, and cloaks with henna-colored hieroglyphs. Additionally the Museum of Fashion in Antwerp, which opened in September 2002, dedicated a large exhibition to the designer in 2003.
The first exhibition in France to be entirely dedicated to him was held at the Fondation Pierre Bergé YSL in Paris in 2016. Furthermore the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech dedicated him an exhibition in 2018.
He used to show his collections in the Royal Mansour Hôtel in Marrakech. His collections are characterized by a great sense of sophistication and detail. Additionally the designer also picks his fabrics and materials with a lot of care.
He showed his fall/winter 2018/2019 collection in Paris.
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