Aïchat Kadyrova, eldest daughter of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, presented his collection as part of the “Russian Seasons”.
Adjusted sails, long black, burgundy or camouflage outfits and even immaculate wedding dresses. Aïchat Kadyrova, the eldest daughter of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov presented on Tuesday a collection of Islamic women’s clothing from its brand Firdaws, during a parade organized with great fanfare, near the Champs-Elysees, in the heart of Paris.
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Nearly 80 models paraded in the luxurious Marois mansion, to the sound of traditional Chechen music. “This is a very important day for me. I want everyone to see how rich our culture is and how fashion is part of it,” Aïchat Kadyrova, whose communication was very well supervised, told the press.
“Muslim women know that it is important to respect the traditions of their culture while being feminine. Firdaws’ dresses are stylish but also luxurious, “added the one who was warmly applauded at the end of the parade.
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More than a hundred people came to attend the parade and in particular several European models like the French Cindy Bruna.
The Firdaws fashion house was founded in 2009 by Medni Kadyrova, the wife of the authoritarian Chechen leader. His daughter Aïchat took the reins in 2016.
This “Chechen fashion evening” took place as part of the “Russian Seasons”, aimed at presenting Russian culture to the European public with nearly 400 events planned throughout the year, in France, Belgium and Luxembourg .
“It is with joy that we support the initiative of the fashion house Firdaws aimed at making Parisians aware of the cultural heritage of the Chechen people,” said Alexei Lebedev, the director of “Russian Seasons”, in a statement. The “Russian Seasons” are experiencing their fourth season after events in Japan in 2017, Italy in 2018 and Germany last year.