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Fadila El Gadi Exhibits Her Creations at the IMF

Written by FDM

The ambassador of Moroccan fashion Fadila El Gadi (FEG) internationally, exhibits her outfits in the central gallery of The International Monetary Fund, in Washington.

Fadila El Gadi, the most internationally sought-after Moroccan fashion designer, exhibits her outfits from October 10 to 16, 2022 in Washington in the central gallery of the International Monetary Fund, the most prestigious financial institution in the world.

Known and recognized for her work which combines the extreme refinement of embroidery and the fluidity of the most modern cuts with the most precious fabrics, Fadila El Gadi has been exporting the know-how made in Morroco throughout the world for several years and her models appeared on the catwalks of several world capitals (Paris, Rome, Madrid, Amsterdam, Panama…).

The alliance of ancestral traditions that Fadila El Gadi wishes to preserve and the chic imbued with the sobriety of her models seduce a cosmopolitan clientele. Several great international actresses, women of letters and media, politicians… have been seduced by the subtle and elegant creations of Fadila El Gadi, like Ivanka Trump, Léa Salamé, Barbara Streisand, Arielle Dombasle, Daniel Auteuil, Will Smith…

The Moroccan fashion mastermind, who learned the basics of embroidery in the workshops of Slaoui craftsmen during her childhood, founded, in 2016, the school of embroidery of salé for the preservation and enhancement of Moroccan cultural heritage. The school provides training for young people from underprivileged backgrounds in trades related to the arts of embroidery.