Designer Yasmine Sabry dress in El Gouna: Made of 300,000 crystal...

Jane Bear, designer Yasmine Sabry’s look, revealed that the dress was specially designed for her to appear at the El Gouna Festival, and said that it was “made especially for Jasmine, and was inspired by our collection for November 2021.”

As for the details of the design, he added, “The dress was designed in a full 200 hours, from the best types of fabrics, and made from more than 300,000 Swarovski beads Japanese crystal.”

Regarding the color of the blue dress, he emphasized that it consists of 5 colors and not one color only, as some believed: “The dress is of 4 shades of blue and purple, so that it changes its color with lighting and pictures.”

And with a bright blue look, in which she looked distinctively on the red carpet, actress Yasmine Sabry caught the eye strongly during the opening activities of the El Gouna Film Festival on Friday evening.

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Yasmine starred in a blue dress that was distinguished as “Of Shoulders” and shiny, as it was embossed and with a thin belt, by “Jean Pierre Khoury”, with a flowing hairstyle.

The artist relied on a “collet” of diamonds encrusted with blue-colored gemstones.

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