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Riyadh to host prestigious WWD global fashion summit

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Riyadh is set to host the Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) Global Fashion Summit and the inaugural Fashion Awards at the King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) on June 6.

By spotlighting both local and international talents, the WWD Global Fashion Summit and the Fashion Awards aim to bridge cultural and creative exchanges

Riyadh is set to host the Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) Global Fashion Summit and the inaugural Fashion Awards at the King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) on June 6. 

These highly anticipated events are organized in partnership with the Saudi Fashion Commission and the King Abdullah Financial District Development and Management Company.

The events aim to honor achievements in the fashion, beauty, and retail industries by recognizing the contributions of designers and companies. 

This year’s summit will highlight local talents alongside international fashion leaders, showcasing the dynamic and evolving fashion landscape in Saudi Arabia.

A series of workshops and conference sessions will be held at the KAFD Conference Center, providing attendees with valuable insights and knowledge from industry experts. 

These sessions will cover a range of topics pertinent to the fashion industry, fostering learning and collaboration among participants.

In the evening, the Fashion Awards ceremony will celebrate the accomplishments of Saudi designers. T

The event will feature a variety of accolades, including the prestigious Designer of the Year award, presented by KAFD. This award will honor a creative individual whose work has significantly impacted the fashion industry.

By spotlighting both local and international talents, the WWD Global Fashion Summit and the Fashion Awards aim to bridge cultural and creative exchanges.

These events underscore Riyadh's growing influence in the global fashion industry and its commitment to supporting and nurturing fashion talent.

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