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Rad Hourani F/W 10

Posted by stephan | February 19th, 2010

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Rad Hourani Fall/Winter 2010 | official web sites: Rad Hourani (collection) / Rad by Rad Hourani / Eshop:
Designer: Rad Hourani
Stylist: Patti Wilson
Casting: Wayne Sterling
Makeup: Hung Vanngo

Photos: Stephan Moskovic
Video shot and edited by: Elgin Smith
Music by: Oblio Joes

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24 Comments to “Rad Hourani F/W 10”

  1. Catharina Pavitschitz says:

    I love it!!

  2. Sandie says:


  3. simon says:

    ajak is beautiful !!

  4. The Empire Strikes Back once again this season by capturing the metamorphosis of an emerging generation, presented to us through Rad Hourani’s latest Fall/Winter 2010 collection. Hourani indeed entices us to observe the works of a redefined creator, imprinting his signature aesthetics onto a timeless garment of sustainable fashion.

    Bravo Rad!

  5. karin koks says:

    Woooow!!! It’a cooool!!!!!

  6. Mateo Bijoux says:

    AJAK IS AMAZING. Her smile and fierceness ignites the world

  7. Natalia says:

    Amazing. (L) Rad has real talent. I love the simplicity

  8. jay says:

    where can i buy rad hourani? any stores that sell here in the u.s.?

  9. M says:

    Love it. It’s aesthetically pleasing… Amazing!!!

  10. Olivia says:

    Why was Crystal Renn in the backstage shot and not in the show itself? I’m slightly confounded by this.

  11. Mimo says:

    Great style, though I don’t like the unisex idea. But the guy is good.

  12. Luis C says:

    Wow , how amazing is Rad

  13. this is FIERCE xoxo

  14. edgard says:

    nice shoes for the boys~~~!!! <3<3<3

  15. Anja_cho says:

    wow.. that’s beautiful!!
    I love Beauty of Black fashion.
    so i love Rad Hourani this collection.
    that’s gorgeous!!♥

  16. MDC_418747 says:

    @Mimo I do like the unisex, andgrogynous idea

  17. MDC_418747 says:

    It’s as if their defining characteristics, being male or female or having various shades of skin, are just part of an inconsequential shell. In the end they all came from the same demonic utilitarian factory. A very stylish utilitarianism.

  18. MDC_418747 says:

    …it makes you focus on specific details in the texture of fabric, where leather meets silk, where zippers meet smooth wraps that have no beginning or end. Amazing.

  19. david_louis23 says:

    Great photos! Love your work :)

  20. Ally Jackes says:

    Ola me chamo ally jackes ..Gostaria de poder crescer junto com a agencia tabalhndo pr vcs . sou modelo tenho 19 anos moro no Rio de Janeiro sozinho tenho uma bela postura … sou BONITO e ja trabalhei para yuri Graneiro

  21. Joan Quidlat says:


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