"As an anonymous and simple young girl at the beginning, I always dreamed that maybe someone would invite me to watch a fashion show," Oria Azran said last night (Wednesday) at an event that became a surprise for everyone sitting in the audience.
"This is the first time I didn't invite anyone. I dedicated this evening to the women who are part of my success and the path I've taken. To all those who bought tickets without knowing many details."
Oriya Azran - "I always dreamed that maybe someone would invite me to watch a fashion show" (Photo: Omri Levy)
, the designer from Ramla who broke into consciousness thanks to the reality show "Periphery Empire", decided to expand from the realms of design and hold a lecture called "The Black Sheep" which describes the path from the caravan neighborhood to the influential fashion designer she is today.
Whether you connect with Azran's aesthetics and designs or not, it is evident that she never rests for a moment.
Busy working, growing and proving herself 24/7.
The clients keep coming and she, for her part, pumps up the image of the new and better life on Instagram, with the right balance of a glimpse of the real difficulties in her life when she underwent fertility treatments that were documented for Reality Bits.
The people sitting in the audience were surprised to receive a fashion show (Photo: Omri Levy)
The lecture ended with a surprise display, to which none of Azran's well-known companies were actually invited.
Clearly inspired by her last trip to Morocco, the 33-year-old Azran narrated her journey in the world of fashion through 14 models.
The models who walked on sand mountains were like the white sheep and in the finale - the designer dressed in a black silk dress simulating the "black sheep".
Like white sheep on sand mountains (Photo: Omri Levy)
The collection is based on wool and lamb fabrics combined with handicrafts alongside many dresses with games of transparencies, the mother base of the designer.
Hoods were worn for the dresses, one of the most prominent trends on the runways recently, tops and capes combined with extravagant fringe skirts and the bags that completed the look were also inspired by the texture of the sheep.
There is also a nod to the world of brides that Azran is known for (Photo: Omri Levy)
14 models inspired by Morocco (photo: Omri Levy)
Complementary accessories inspired by the textures of the sheep (Photo: Omri Levy)
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She ended the performance in a transparent dress - Oriya Azran (Photo: Omri Levy)