Tuesday, November 4, 2008

The Talented Mr. Sultan

Finally! A Kuwaiti designer who knows how to keep you ahead in the style and fashion areas. Allow me to introduce to you the talented Mr. Tahir Sultan.

Tahir Sultan, a Central Saint Martins graduate and interned with John Galliano, has proven himself with a refreshingly sensual, avant garde, and original approach to design in this region with his Spring/Summer 2008 collection. Tahir's work is piece of art, playing with details such as ruching, pleats, fabrics and texture using neutral and basic colors on fitted jackets and body-conscious dresses. Tahir Sultan's collection delivers the perfect combination of street style and formal chic for those who like to make a statement on and off the street. I can't wait to see what Tahir has come up with for Winter 2008 collection. Until then, we wish him the best of luck and all the sucess in the world.









Please click here to view Tahir's complete Spring/Summer 2009 collection. For any inquiries or for merchandizing, please send and e-mail to info@tahirsultan.com.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

wow ,, i loved his designes ,,, he is a genius !
Didi

Zaydoun said...

Woohoo.. go cousin!!

Sara said...

He is amazing !! wow

دلة said...

Awel mara I "REALLY" like Kuwaiti designs!

GO MR SULTAN

AZM said...

Tahir is great.

Been following on him for a while now.

Hearing about him her and there and what he's doing.

Definitely, along side Mohammed Ashi and Lamia Asudari are definitely Khaleeji designers to keep an eye on them.
They have enough talent for the rest of the world and not just Kuwait and Saudi.

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D'mac Mommy said...

finally a Kuwaiti pushing the boundaries! Not just designing kaftans like everyone else. I'm so proud that we have talents like him in our country. Fabulous designs and some really original pieces.

Dee said...

Mashalaaah really impressive!! bs i think theyre kinda daring not all are wearable for kuwait! i really liked the jumper-like how can i get it?

Mme.Monstre said...

ooo .. his designs are amazing .. i love how they have this aristocratic feel to them

Anonymous said...

ok i am happy there is a creative kuwaiti designer. and his designs are really interesting. but non of these designs are flattering its even making the model look short and stumpy.. im not saying he wont be successful inshallah he will, and i know ppl will go ahead and wear it. but a good designer should know how to flatter the wearer ( us normal people)
but again i am happy that there is some one here being serious and coming up with something new.

Baba Taher said...

My feeling is Mr.Sultan had a certain Ms.Thunderthighs in mind while designing.His clothes are most wearable in Kuwait, if indeed, you live in a compound or a mansion.

Dee said...

baba taher huh?
even if i meant they're a bit revieling its my opinion? but wat I meant is that theyre not the typical kuwaiti style..

Anonymous said...

i heated it .. it's so ugly and i can't say anything rather than "" plz don't fall for what the readers have said cuz i think any one who flatter ur designes have no sense of fashion at all "" thank you ...

miss ghesquiere said...

last anon: you have no taste
WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW!!!! mashallah this is beyond fabulosity, it is obvious he worked at Galliano and obvious this guy has MAJOR talent! Keep it up man!!! AlOthman should REALLY consider stocking his stuff (hint hint!) WOOT!

Anonymous said...

y3ny 7daa makoo taste el-designs ollllld min sinat 1900 o0o 76eba please hatha wain o0o Galliano wain .. did you lost ur mind ambaaaih .. makoo la talent w la tarkeeb colours waai3 !!! and please you are the one with no taste you and ur talented designer lol god nage9na hlaaga b3d !

Anonymous said...

honestly,
this guy is good and there is a lot of potential from what i can see.
talent? yes!
inconsistent? yes yes :(
it is very junya watanabe and some of it reminds me of comme.
if he had left some of the looks out of his "lookbook" he would have been better off. it would make the collection cleaner and more consistent.

Anonymous said...

The clothes are a tad adventurous to be worn in an ultra-conservative Kuwait although they will be some good winds coming from Riyadh and Jidda.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous: What do you mean "good winds coming from Riyadh and Jidda"...and that Kuwait is "ultra-conservative"!?....If in any slight way you're implying that those places are more liberal than Kuwait, then you need to stop smoking crack pronto.

Anonymous said...

its Amazing! very clean very simple great details and since ive worn every thing it fits like a glove and no im not 5'10 and definately not anorexic! All you girls must get one of those fab black cat dresses!

Crack Kola said...

Anonymous # 6 : Sorry, I am new to Kuwait. Judging by the way things are panning out I imagined Kuwait to be a Saudi Arabia except a little more so.

miss ghesquiere said...

This is merely informative, not an attack: in terms of its PEOPLE (im not speaking of gov laws or the practices of foreigners)CrackKola, kuwait is the most liberal country in the gulf. Saudi Arabia is one of the world's top, if not the premier violator of human and especially women's rights on the planet!! In assuming that Kuwait is a Saudi Arabia except a little more so, you were very mistaken!! Its okay, you're new. But i just always assume that people know stuff.

Anonymous said...

As an Alumnus from Central St. Martins, I have to say that Sultan could very well be accused of plagarism. His designs are very much (in certain cases an exact photocopy)similar to what graduates at st. martins have showcased earlier on. On guard taher.

Anonymous said...

"Big fish in a small Pond" Just coz he may have got a government paid scholarship to St. Martin's those Unis will accept any foregin students because they are worth more than 3 native students. Secondly anyone can get an internship especially if you offer to make tea for free. There was already a Balenciaga so try something more original. What is it here everybody either wants to be the next fashion designer or they have opened up some sort of boutique and none of it is original. How about trying to improve what is already here now that is where genius comes into play. Fashion designers are not originators they are supposed to reinvent the wheel in a way that sells they are not here to discover a new type of species. Which is what they try to do. Then they go and ASK the local newspapers or magazines to do a piece on them!!

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